Discussion in 'Modding Worklogs' started by rainwulf, Jan 8, 2009.
I dont think i have posted it yet anywhere?
Wow, haven't seen this before, but it looks like the central core for the Enterprise :O
My next job is to get the top done in the same poly, and the back to be covered in mesh like the front.
Edit: Where'd you get the M4 tapper?
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.
Long time update.
Remote box done.
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.
i saw you at lansmash man same pc it is soooo awesome
please tell me if you did go to lansmash
I think i did... I cant remember.
Im going to scoutlan this weekend though.
I was going to goto scoutlan, but kinda forgot, now i am working this weekend
I swear i have seen this though, did you take it to the 30 something Hour Endurance lan At Caboolture in January?
Possibly.. i lose track of whatever lans i visit.
Toms Hardware featured your pc
veryyy, alot of effort. well done mate.
All dem waterblocks
wow thread necro..
totally new system now...
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.
This is amazing! I love it. True modding not just cash spending Well done
This gives a whole new meaning to 'built, not bought' amazing, I almost can't comprehend everything that has gone into this...
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.
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)