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Old 16th Dec 2003, 03:33   #21
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Hopefully they dont have a problem with that.
I look forward to seeing them
I finished some hex modders mesh that will be on jazzle site soon, with ALLOT of help from jazzle himself. Just couldnt get the math right on it.

Next on the list of things to do is a watercoolen bayres.
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Old 16th Dec 2003, 03:36   #22
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Can i have a link to that hex mesh? I'd love to integrate it into this dragon case, and as to the bayres, could you let me do work on it, and help me along a little (that is, if you don't mind) - i'm just starting into this thing, but my work isn't half bad.
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Old 16th Dec 2003, 03:46   #23
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GIve me a day and the hex mesh will be done.
As far as the bay res goes fill yer boots dude.

frozencpu.com has allot of bayres's and some good pics for reference
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Old 16th Dec 2003, 03:50   #24
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Thanks. I'll try to integrate it with the all glass bezel i've got on the case now - looks kickass, but maybe a bit overdone. As to the Res, i'll build mine from specs... thanks for linkage though.
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Old 16th Dec 2003, 05:05   #25
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Oops, guess this got lost in the database crash:

Noritake CU24025ECPB-U1J 2x24 VFD

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My first component to model.
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Old 16th Dec 2003, 11:31   #26
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mookie - that's a great piece there - many thanks for adding it.
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Old 16th Dec 2003, 16:59   #27
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Swiftech MCW5000 CPU block


Swiftech MCW50 GPU block

[edit] If anyone would like me to model the Intel holddown for the CPU block and/or the screws for either, I will.
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Old 16th Dec 2003, 17:11   #28
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Tweakmonster BGA ramsink. For regular ramsink, push/pull the end surface
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Old 17th Dec 2003, 01:36   #29
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Nice work mookie! That's definately going in the barebones dragon w/ fans. Oh, and ouija, those sinks and mcw50 now adorn jalapa's ti4200, and soon El noba's 9600. Will release em with permission.
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Old 17th Dec 2003, 16:57   #30
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Feel free to use my components in your own models. Be sure to credit the owner of such components if releasing though
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So ouija - i can use yoyur push fittings in my rendition of the MCW20-R correct?
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Old 17th Dec 2003, 18:15   #32
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I have no problems with anyone using any of my sketchup work.
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Old 17th Dec 2003, 18:49   #33
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Blue zalman passive northbridge cooler

Just did this now because of boredom Hope it's of some help to someone

[edit] High res version with photo texture

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Old 17th Dec 2003, 19:24   #34
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nice cpu and gpu wb's ouija, i was gonna do those exact ones myself, but ive been super busy with school
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Thanks dude. I'll begin work on the MCW20 immediately.
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Old 17th Dec 2003, 19:51   #36
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Do you have one yet? I was going to use swiftech's tech sheet to make mine.
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working on it now, it's gonna be to the MM. Also going to use photo colour. We can colleborate if you want... you can do the arms, and make shure it's all good...
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Old 17th Dec 2003, 20:56   #38
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Hex mesh, 100% tileable by duplicating.

More shapes (diamond/circle) if anyone wants them.

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Old 17th Dec 2003, 21:54   #39
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Eheim1250 Waterpump


Click the picture for a bigger image ( even though its pretty obvious how it looks... )



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*edit* as always itll be up on my site, just incase its not on uploadit for watever reason

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Old 17th Dec 2003, 22:10   #40
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Superb model, that. Nice one
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