Chiller's Hybrid Level 10

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  1. Rossi~

    Rossi~ 2[H]4U

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    It is indeed.
    Now hurry up and get it up and running and post the overclocks and temperatures :D
     
  2. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    Total overview of the case how he's now.
    Most of the cables are on/in it : audio, usb, powerswitch, hdd led, power led, reset, reset led, debug lcd, 2 sata, all atx and pci kabels.

    Evga PSU is also on his place together with the dual bay psu in front :

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    overview of mobo with all cables on it :

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    Also i have made a cable for the EVbot connection in the mobo IO-Shield, so the connection will be in the front plate, where it's easier to acces to hook up the EVbot :

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    Total overview of the current cables in the case lols,
    but they are not all the cables yet, and need also some controllers to put there
    (coolit, koolance, poweruse) :

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  3. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    New Armaflex lasercutted is in, and fits the SR-2 with waterblock perfectly :

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  4. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    Here are some pics with all coolers on there place, now you see also why i make the 90° connectors on the mobo :

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    Here you see, with fittings and all, i calculated just enough space for cpu block etc :

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    and this is why i made those 90° connectors, so maximum on cable management :

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  5. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    next layer of armaflex :

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    Cut-out for the waterblock :

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    And also soldering some SMD-led's for in the case,
    when you solder these smd-led's be shure you use Kynar whire, THE wire for working with SMD's :

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    And putting the smd-led's on place with double component epoxy :

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    Just like i put 320 smd-led's in previous casemod : Chiller's Evga Monsta :

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  6. Jesse B

    Jesse B [H]ard|Gawd

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    Nice case, awful monitor

    Just kidding :D Build looks great so far. Some serious details that you've covered.
     
  7. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    that's a real old monitor, now i have here a 28" full HD and a 25" samsung
     
  8. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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  10. Jesse B

    Jesse B [H]ard|Gawd

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    That is freaking awesome.
     
  11. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    I cut up an Evga ECP Panel for building it in the front of my case.
    little soldering, and i will have a EVbot connecting in front, a DEBUG lcd, Clear CMOS switch and switches for disable PciE and cpu's.

    This will be build in a Lian-Li slim-drive Bracket where together with a slot-in dvd drive also can go two SSD harddrives in it :
    i cut the ECP Panel up because you see always mods with just the ECP Panel screwed in the case, now i change this to my own taste.

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    Here is the Lain-Li slim dvd drive bracket,
    (bought in usa)

    Here you see how i build in all the different switches, lcd en connectors, these will come behind a grey smoke acryl plate :

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    Clear CMOS with his tiny hole :

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    Total overview of the case :

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    In the case it's still dark, but also on the graphics cards will come nice mods etc......:

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  12. psychowes

    psychowes [H]Lite

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  13. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    thanks, more pics will come this weekend, when i work on the lian-li bracket
     
  14. Nickbaldwin86

    Nickbaldwin86 2[H]4U

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  15. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    thanks, busy on the front plate now
     
  16. wra18th

    wra18th [H]ardness Supreme

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    OMFG!! That's turning into an insane work of art!!!
     
  17. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    little update for tonight,

    the Evga ECP Panel of Classified mobo's, i cut it in pieces,

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    And this is what i did with those pieces, i only whanted to use the Clear CMOS button and the debug lcd,
    also i enlarged the connectors in the IO-Shield of the Evga EVbot to the front plate for easy acces.
    There still needs to come a slim dvd drive slot-in and a grey smoke front plate :

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  18. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    habe taken the front panel connector of my old intel skulltrail mobo (dremel in mobo)

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    And used this connector in my slim drive bay of lian-li, together with the ECP panel i cutted up,
    so that i can hoop up the ECP panel cable of mobo in my dvd drive,and from here everything will be splitted to debug lcd, power and reset switches and cpu/PciE disabled switches

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    and hhere you see it, connector for ECP panel connector that comes from mobo, and connector for power and reset switches :

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    also the halve of the cables is managed, have some more cables to do and connectors to solder.
    Have also the Koolanc TMS-200 controller build-in the case and hooked up the first cables and sensors
     
  19. vsboxerboy

    vsboxerboy 2[H]4U

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    In terms of pics vs real life, is it easier to see through the plexi cause it's a shame to cover up so much of that detail work by having it so hard to see through!
     
  20. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    when there is coming smd-led light in it, it will be visible very good.

    off course the two coolers inside will cover up some sight.

    for modding contest i just put open the mobo cover and take pics
     
  21. fullvietFX

    fullvietFX [H]ard|Gawd

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    WOW. Awesome computer, crappy camera! Loving it though!

    EDIT: How loud is this thing going to be?
     
  22. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    loud ? absolutly not loud lol

    got a new camera 12MP, hope to shoot better pics with this one
     
  23. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    little update :

    i'm still waiting on some small packages to arrive:

    Sata slim line dvd RW drive :
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    Sata slim drive adapter to normal sata :

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    adapter on it screwed :

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    red smd-led strips for some light inside the case :

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    3x Nexus air-beamers for 80/92mm fans, also here comes a nice mod with in the case,
    also some 3mm led's , 1 for the freezone V1 cooler, the other one is for in SB of Mobo full cover block instead of the stock blue led's :

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  24. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    As you can see in 1 drive bay in my rig can hold more then 1 item , is multi functional :

    Debug lcd
    clear cmos
    EVbot connector
    disable cpu's/PciE's
    HDD for extra space
    and dvd drive itself

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  25. Jesse B

    Jesse B [H]ard|Gawd

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    Brilliant idea.
     
  26. Rossi~

    Rossi~ 2[H]4U

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    I concur
     
  27. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    Everything looks great so far. My only comment would be to maybe look in to light diffusers for the LEDs. I think it would look much better to have the entirety of the red strips glowing, instead of having a mild glow and readily apparent LEDs under the red plastic.
     
  29. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    little update, received my prize today, pics will say enough :

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  31. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    got new bolts in red alu, and switchen for disable pciE and cpu's

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  32. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    2 new cpu-blocks are on their way :

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  33. Jesse B

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    Those are some sexy waterblocks.
     
  34. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    indeed, EK supreme cools as the best, and then also with an Classified look on it. some Red led's in the block and there's show and shine
     
  35. danmoody

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    looking good. all of ek's water cooling stuff looks awsome
     
  36. fullvietFX

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    How does the Vantage compare to say a H70?
     
  37. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    with google you find reviews they test the ALC against the H70.

    i don't use this cooler, but it seems that it doesn't cool so bad.
     
  38. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    little update :

    i still needed a fan grill, but stock grills i didn't like :

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    so i did this with an airguard grill :

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  39. Chillernr1

    Chillernr1 Limp Gawd

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    i whanted first the disable PciE and cpu switchen what are jumpers on the evga ECP Panel in the front panel.
    But i changed my mind, so nobody can fidle with them, i put them on the back of the dvd drive next to the connector of it.

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