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    L3p - SteigerWood

    It took quite some time, but finally .. Steiger is done :) Happy new year all!
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    L3p - SteigerWood

    Thanks! I added little heatsinks on the VRM's they don't go higher then 50C it seems.
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    L3p - SteigerWood

    Exciting to finally fill it up! No leaks so first boot :) Still decided to change some about the lighting as I could see a few leds when sitting in front. CPU and GPU 60 degrees stressed, not bad. Next time, final pics!
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    L3p - SteigerWood

    Thanks guys :)
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    L3p - SteigerWood

    Finally a summervacation update. After one and a half week I couldn't hold it anymore .. picked up my casemod to work on it in the sun in front of my caravan :) First some covers for the back. Also gave them some color in my special paint cabin Also changed some connectors...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    I want to thank every one for the awesome support! What a great day! Oh man! Click below to check my new website too :)
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    L3p - SteigerWood

    It's like Tetris :P
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    L3p - SteigerWood

    Thanks mate :)
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    L3p - SteigerWood

    Mounting time! First the 4 standoffs for the mainboard. Using a long marker for it. Creating my own standoffs from aluminum pipe and long bolts as the bottom panel is to thin for standard standoffs Painting the shiney aluminum matte black as I don't want any light going in or out...
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    L3p - SteigerWood

    Back to business :) In the meantime I used the old PSU and SSD for other projects so I was really happy to receive new parts. I also received a very nice fan grill from MNPCTECH. The same as I still had from a previous project. And finally .. a custom length cablekit for the SF600...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Thanks man!
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Here's a last one :)
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    As promised!
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Ok a last one :)
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Because a lot of people seem to like white lighting too I made some extra photos. I'm back to the promised video!
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Made something for all of you to check the other builds with their latest photos too :) If you want to leave a vote for someone (and with that be able to win a prize) I would really appreciate it ;) Poll Thanks!
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Haha thanks guys!
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    I want to thank everyone for following this project! For me personally it was quite a challenge. First of all because of the available free time I had next to my job and family. But specially to create a 'Desk PC' below $400 of material. (2xP5 + tools + glass + mounting) All this with standard...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Small extra before the final post. Found some plexi from a previous project which will come to good use :) Sawing, sanding and polishing. And done :)
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Thanks shadowlord! Finally the last fittings also arrived. So I could finish the last part of the loop. And testing if everything still works .. Time to fill it up Always exciting :) Not a single leak :D Next thing is also very exciting ... is the hardware still...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    And another update! Almost used all the fittings. But glad some extra are on the way. So first some more cable management. So also the Displayport, keyboard and mouse cable. Done! Checking if everything still works. Also received a flowmeter to check out. Funny...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    The loop. Finally! :) First some pads underneath the GPU's And the first fittings and pipe Works like a charm Should become something like this. But still lots to do.
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Time to mount the blocks! I always love these :) 2 hours later. I'm working with several controllers for fans and lighting and want to have them in groups. Fans - Top lighting - Bottom lighting Need multiple cables and extensions from side to side through the 'powerbar' Like...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    More drilling, cutting, filing and sanding. Came up with an little idea to bring 12V for fans, pump and lighting to the right side of the desk. Picked up the laminated glas panel for the Tt d3sk. Also picked up something awesome to complete this desk setup :) Back to the...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    I planned the whole weekend for measuring, cutting, drilling, filing, sanding etc :) Ahh yes .. what I've been waiting for! One arm should be able to hold 63kg, I'm using 4 of them. Not much left of the internals. Bottom shot. So lets cut! (tried the dremel once again...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Well I've tested it and it's all no problem. The shelve holders can hold up to 60kg each, I'm using 4 of them. The wall is a sand/stone wall, the screws are M12x120, they can probably hold 150kg each and again I'm using 4. I tried sitting at one holder and it was no problem. No worries man :)
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Today the hardware and modcave :) Best looking mainboard ever. The power. Avexir memory Lovely ssd. GPU power. More power Some shots together. Cleaned up the modcave where it's all going to happen.
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Lets kick off with the first big update :) Unpacking .. Awesome! The P5's 480 Rads Plenty of pump power. Reservoirs Lots of fans. Cpu and Strix blocks Not sure yet if and how much I will use it, but a bending kit :) It will be a mixture of PETG and...
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    [Casemod] Tt D3sk

    Back again! I was invited for the Thermaltake 2016 CaseMOD Invitational Season 1, such an honor! Normally I prefer a scratch build but with the Thermaltake P5 I just couldn't ignore my idea for it :) .JPG"] Specs: Intel Core i7-6700K Asus Maximus VIII Formula Asus Geforce GTX980 Strix (2x)...
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    Project: L3peau

    And here's the final shoot :) Another awesome experience in France together with the LDLC crew and my co-modders! And ... I'm very honored to reach second place in the contest :) Thanks for following!
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    Project: L3peau

    Filling time! First with clear liquid to see if everything goes according to plan. All fine. So I can replace with Aurora The extra pipe takes care of extra stability for the construction, I could almost lift the case on it. Also used black glue to hide the white...
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    Project: L3peau

    Finally .. the loop! On this build it's 50/50 with bends and fittings. Argh that space! But the first connections are there. And the last ones. Also decided to change the SSD again, want the original HDD holder to be smaller. Done And polishing all...
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    Project: L3peau

    Haha well thanks man :facepalm:
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    Project: L3peau

    This time a lot of cutting, sleeving and shrinking. I wanted to shorten all cables and sleeve them without heatshrink. Also using some of the same prototype cableclips I had left from my last project L3pipe. Cables for GPU are done. Up next the Semi-modular PSU .. ffs...
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    Project: L3peau

    Haha thanks guys!
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    Project: L3peau

    Small update this time. A case like this deserves a nice power cable :) Got some wires at work. And sleeved them. Make nice connections Braiding them. And connect the last one. Done!
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    Project: L3peau

    Thanks guys!
  38. l3p

    Project: L3peau

    Thanks :) And another big update! First the liquidcooling parts. Ready to mount ... but decided to polish them first. 5 minutes for all blocks with P600 And another 5 minutes with P2000/3000 I still had from previous projects. And the last 5 minutes with polishing...
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    Project: L3peau

    Lets see what I have left between my plexi stack :) I wanted to replace the original tinted glass with blue plexi Removing all stickers with specs and serials Lets change something about the ssd With plex and old fan mounts An extra support/cover...
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    Project: L3peau

    Thanks guys! And indeed as spugm1r3 said, it's just part of the loop, mostly for the looks. For heat dispensation you need a much bigger surface. I used flexible 10mm ID tubing inside the frame connected it with a Q-block to a hardline fitting
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