Project Monolith

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    I dont think i have posted it yet anywhere?
     
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    Wow, haven't seen this before, but it looks like the central core for the Enterprise :O
     
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    My next job is to get the top done in the same poly, and the back to be covered in mesh like the front.
     
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    Absolutely amazing! :thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    heh, im an idiot.

    I got the M2 tap from a model supplier. Hobbyrama.
    You can get them from specialist tools stores as well.



    EDIT: My bad, its an M2.
    well, whatever it is that requires a 2.5mm drill bit.
     
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    Long time update.

    Remote box done.

    [​IMG]

    This box contains a power LED and Switch, which are integrated.
    Below that is the IDE light.
    Below that is 3 temp sensors.

    First one is ambient, second one is coolant hot side, third one is coolant cool side.
    I am going to change that though, there isnt enough of a temp difference between the hot side and the cool side of the radiator, so im going to use a sensor on something else, perhaps CPU block temp.

    Thanks to those sensors though, i have discovered that my radiator is overkill for this machine, so im going to wind the fans down a bit more to reduce noise.

    The outgoing coolant temperature is often only 1-2 degrees above ambient.
     
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    DUDE!!!

    i saw you at lansmash man same pc it is soooo awesome


    please tell me if you did go to lansmash
     
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    I think i did... I cant remember.

    Im going to scoutlan this weekend though.
     
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    I was going to goto scoutlan, but kinda forgot, now i am working this weekend :upset:
    I swear i have seen this though, did you take it to the 30 something Hour Endurance lan At Caboolture in January?
     
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    Um.

    Possibly.. i lose track of whatever lans i visit.
     
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    veryyy, alot of effort. well done mate.
     
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    All dem waterblocks
     
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    wow thread necro..

    totally new system now...


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    Solid Solid states. Well played necro reply :)
    On the last page end. I am the ass who made this a new page. :) but a splash of fail.
     
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    This is amazing! I love it. True modding not just cash spending:D Well done
     
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    This gives a whole new meaning to 'built, not bought' amazing, I almost can't comprehend everything that has gone into this...
     
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    Why no more tube spaghetti? It was so cool before :(

    Also is that 2 sound cards I see?
    Surely 6 SSDs is a little bit overkill. :shock::Paranoid:
     
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    Both builds were great. love the use of an air-con coil.

    I also love the use of the larger-than-standard Dell PSU. Contrary to popular belief, those higher end Dell PSUs are built like tanks. It isn't by any chance a H750P-00 is it? I have one of those in my stash or spare parts. It's built so well that I can't bring myself to toss it, but it doesn't fit into any of my cases :( (other than my old Antec 1200, which has an even more bulletproof also rather giant Delta DPS-750CB)
     

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