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Discussion in 'Worklogs' started by l3p, Oct 30, 2010.
I would think because the 3rd gen Intel ssd's was released yesterday?
Still had to change some things under my floor.
Today i found some time.
Had to replace some fans on my rad for Scythe GT's
Replaced the green tube for Tygon black.
Also replaced the 3 remaining GT's in my desk for green Nanoxia's
Only 5cm space for my hand.
Here my radiator in the distance.
On request also made a little movie of my trip
Mobile doesn't work here, but baby phone works fine
De GT's on their place and tubes replaced !
And another small test.
Wanted to know what stuff goes trough my loop.
This way it was easy to discover.
Click it between my tubes and enable the pumps for one hour.
Then disconnect the filter while pumping and stop the pumps as fast as you can.
This is so the dirt really stays in the filter.
All tiny hairs and wtf, even a piece of my sigarettes
Till next time
where can i get that mug?
No idea, my wife bought it
Received a nice UV led board today.
It's specially for making photo's from UV-active parts.
You can only use it for 5 minutes per time, else it gets too hot
Small surprise between the UV leds
And some pictures with the effect
The date for powder-coating the desk has set !
Next week Tuesday ill bring it over there
10 minutes before unplugging it
And 3 hours later
Also took me half an hour to think how i will place the second PSU.
Decided to place them like this, ill creata another 120mm fanhole between the psu's tomorrow
Wanted to use these for my quick connectors outside the desk
Maybe till tomorrow
Yesterday the idea came up for hiding my cables from the 3 screens.
Some won't like it, but for me this works great since my pc is more open then closed
So this way it's very easy to take away the backplates.
It's only connected with the left side of the panel.
2 hours later it was really empty, looks like a reverse buildlog
Sanding it some.
Like a bomb exploded.
Here i was finished for today
Its going to look so good when its powder coated!
I do hope so
Finally got the rubber removed.
Thank god for WD40
Also made the fanhole for between the 2 psu's
Just some sanding left
And the extra fillports for future usage ^^
Also removed some of the backplate again, this time with a grinder
Powdercoat is going to be black I assume? It's looking fantastic by the way, I enjoyed your little adventure under ground
I had never seen such an awesome mod like this!!! Keep up the great work! Looking forward to see what it looks like after the powder coat!
I chose for Graphite black RAL9011
Awesome job, cannnnnnoooot wait to see the finished product!
Made the last fillport hole for future usage
Almost forgot i need to sand these too so they can be powder-coated in the same color.
Hmm nasty job, sanding anodized aluminum by hand, think i'll use the grinder for it.
I am witness to this, and I am proud, lol. Really awesome stuff man. Keep it up.
Thanks man !
Very interesting what you've got going on. Don't lose motivation! We're waiting for something awesome .
huge project! good work as always!
Wow! I love everything about this build!
Quite a busy day.
Still had to sand some plates.
Then my wife came in with a nice box.
Also an other package i ordered at Highflow
These Cubitek extension cables are 50cm, very thin and not expensive at all
Later that day i brought away my desk to the powder coater.
As curious as i am i asked everything
Here all the uncoated products slowly move to a man who "powders" all the hard to reach spots.
2 meters behind him the machine powders the rest.
It's just some sort of dry powder that normally would let go.
But because it's electrically loaded it's sticks to the product.
After that everything goes to the oven.
Here it's heated up till 200 degrees Celsius so the coat gets very hard and equal
Back home i had to unpack the BP box
Offcourse i want to use these on my backplate after getting such a nice box
Want to use these Ram Mods for under my GPU's.
Also want to use these X-stations since they are smaller and have female molex.
Cause the desk will be black soon and all my blocks are plexi, i will try these blocks in plexi too.
And some extra and new kind of fittings, ill need them for future updates
Vincent and Bitspower ... really you guys RULE
Got a real nice present from Bigfoot Networks !
A Bigfoot Networks™ Killer™ 2100 Gaming Network Card
Thanks Timo and thanks for the help Xtrafris !)
"The Killer™ 2100 Gaming Network Card delivers maximum networking performance for online games, whether you’re playing MMOs or first-person shooters. Featuring Advanced Game Detect™, Killer™ 2100 automatically classifies and accelerates traffic to your game ahead of other network traffic for maximum online game performance and a competitive edge."
Off course i want to try that out, im really in for some on line gaming after such a year
Casemodder Xtrafris also sent me a K`Bling
Wanted to use this to mod it on the Killer™ but seems i don't have enough space.
So first with it's cap removed next to the Gpu's.
Maybe later i'll use a pci-e extender to make some space.
Think i'll just make a square hole in the gtx580 backplate for the network cable.
It's the only Pci-e 4x slot left.
Also got a 7000rpm polisher with some sort of wax from my brother-in-law.
You need to hold it tight, but the effect is perfect !
Most epic desk ever. Do u anticipate it being close to silent when done?
You mean if the desk will be silent ?
It certainly is, there's no sound at all when you're sitting behind the desk.
Thats cause i used isolating rubber tape between the glass
And still exciting
Very glad i coated the Bitspower radguards in the same color.
Also the lianli backplate.
This is how it will look.
Monday ill get some new rubber tape for the desk and glass so i can lift it in the desk holder.
Before the desk goes into desk holder i first wanted to polish it, but need a new polisher first, this one had no hairs left
Nice, cant wait to see more
Changed 2 fittings, looked nicer .
Sleeved some led cables, and modded the Killer 2100 in the gtx580 backplate.
(Also a beer with my neigbour )
Fans also in its place.
And the Ram leds in action.
Think it'll look nice in the dark.
Also made a small movie of the leds and the mess
just ridiculous!! man you have done some serious work there buddy, you got my full respect!
just out of curiosity how much was the initial build cost for just the desk?
Just the desk around 700 euro's material.
(Aluminum, glass, powder coat)
jaw dropping.. but if i had to guess the coating was probably $200 euro's if not more?
well atleast you know you'll never need another case or desk
any plans for dually?
Nah the coating was pretty cheap, 90 euro's
well damn our powder coating here in the states is expensive lol. not bad then..
dual system/ 2 pc's
No space for 2 pc's, you'll see
Waited for this picture for 8 months to see this result myself
Im Very happy with it !
Bottom almost ready, still need 1 radguard.
Very slowly it gets its old shape
Man way cool to see it coming together
That just looks absolutely beautiful. Congratulations on making it this far. Now get that sucker back together!
amazing! I can't wait to see the finished product in all its tricked-out glory! I love all the bitspower fittings, their sponsorship looks like a big score!
Wow, you just keep going at it!! I really enjoy going through this worklog. Oh thanks for posting about the extension cable... just something that I was looking for!
Thanks all !! And no problem hafnium991