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Old 18th Jul 2008, 01:17   #1
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Project: PrometheusCU - Update #54 - May 28 2010 - Video Teaser


Sponsored by:
AquaComputer



Watercool


MIPS Computer GMBH


Corsair


Quicklinks:
Part 1:parts list and initial overview
Part 2:drivebay enclosure prototype and radiator installed
Part 3:radiator mount prototype
Part 4:bottom tray prototype
Part 5:to-be machined component design concepts 1 of 3
Part 6:to-be machined component design concepts 2 of 3
Part 7:to-be machined component design concepts 3 of 3
Part 8:AquaComputer sponsorship announcement
Part 9:small text update
Part 10:watercooling parts delivery 2 of 7
Part 11:graphics cards arrived
Part 12:acrylic copper 2-way mirror delivered
Part 13:pico-itx water cooling 1 of 7
Part 14:introduction to lighting plans
Part 15:more parts delivered & my workshop
Part 16:lighting components/control delivered
Part 17:watercooling parts delivery 3 of 7
Part 18:pico-itx water cooling 2 of 3
Part 19:carbon fiber test and small parts delivery
Part 20:Watercool sponsorship announcement
Part 21:prototype aluminum parts cutout 1 of 3
Part 22:pico-itx water cooling 3 of 3
Part 23:watercooling parts delivery 4 of 7
Part 24:misc hardware delivery
Part 25:case feet concept design
Part 26:Watercool Heatiller Rev3.0 CPU block released
Part 27:keyboard mods 1 of 4
Part 28:keyboard mods 2 of 4
Part 29:watercooling parts delivery 5 of 7
Part 30:second pump installed
Part 31:more parts... more air
Part 32:watercooling parts delivery 6 of 7
Part 33:GFX stealthing mirror 1 of 2
Part 35:GFX stealthing mirror 2 of 2
Part 36:nylon multifilament cable/tube sleeving delivery
Part 37:part diagrams explained
Part 38:massive part delivery
Part 39:graphics card power wiring 1 of 3
Part 40:graphics card power wiring 2 of 3
Part 41:watercooling parts delivery 7 of 7
Part 42:raid hardware, and replacement motherboard delivery
Part 43:final part designs complete
Part 44:final carbon parts cutting complete 1 of 4
Part 45:final carbon parts cutting complete 2 of 4
Part 46:nickel coated carbon parts delivery
Part 47:carbon fiber accents part 1 of 2
Part 48:hdd activity indicators
Part 49:soldered motherboard power part 1 of 3
Part 50:assembling copper fins part 1 of 4
Part 51:copper polishing part 1 of 3
Part 52:new fittings and rough-cut copper showcase
Part 53:Langer returns after a year at school - PrometheusCU continues
Part 54:Video Teaser Trailer

This is my first real desktop mod, and it's been long in planning. Now that most of my components have arrived and some progress has been made I've decided to share what I've created so far.

The concept behind this case is to design a simple elegant case jam packed with technology, toys, and a powerful watercooling setup.

The idea for the design was directly inspired by the case I started with, a 10th Anniversary Lian-Li PC-a60c: *click for big*




First I'll outline the system components I'll be using:

Main System
Lian-Li PC-A60C 10th Anniversary #294 of 300
Silverstone Strider 1200W Modular ATX
AMD Phenom X4 9850 BE Quad Core AM2 2.5GHZ
Corsair Dominator PC2-8500 5-5-5-15 8GB (4x2GB)
ASUS AM2+ M3N-HT Deluxe Mempipe 3-way SLI
2x EVGA E-geForce GTX 280 SSC 648MHZ 1024MB 2.322GHZ

Secondary System
VIA ARTiGO Kit A1000 C7 1GHZ 1GB DDR2
OCZ 1GB DDR2 SODIMM PC2 PC-5400 667Mhz
Fujitsu 2.5" IDE 5400RPM 120GB
XDX 7" VGA Touch Screen TFT LCD 1024x768

Router/Firewall
PCEngines ALIX.2C1 Kit 3x10/100LAN
SparkLAN WMIA-207GN WLAN 802.11n Mini PCI
1GB Type 6 Compact Flash

Storage/Media
Pioneer Slim 8X DVD+/-RW Slot Load
Slim CD/DVD-ROM to SATA Adapter
4x Hitachi 3.5" SATA 7200RPM 750GB
3x LaCie Neil Poulton eSATA 7200RPM 750GB External
Lian-Li Aluminum 50-in-1 Card Reader

Additions
Mini Nova USB Bluetooth Adapter
Zalman Plus Multi Fan Controller
Matrix Orbital GX Typhoon USB TRI-LED LCD 240x64
2xNexxtech mini 4 Port USB Hub
AquaComputer multiswitch USB 1.41
AquaComputer aquaero 4.00 USB

Air Cooling
6xScythe Ultra Kaze 120mm x 25mm 133.60CFM
1xScythe Kama-Flex 80mm x 25mm 34.0CFM
9xScythe Mini Kaze Ultra 40mm x 20mm 4.86CFM

Watercooling
Aqua Computer Aquastream XT Ultra USB Eheim 12 V
Feser XChanger Triple 120mm Xtreme
D-TEK FuZion V2 Socket AM2 Waterblock
D-TEK FuZion v2 Quad Core Mid Chamber Insert
Mips Ram Freezer 4 Ram Waterblock Nickel Edition
2xAquaComputer G200 waterblock for GX280
AquaComputer Durchflusssensor (Flow Sensor)
6xAquaComputer Rotary elbow adapter G1/4
AquaComputer aquaero/aquastream XT temperature sensor 70 cm

Danger Den Cooling System Fillport Black
Primochill Primoflex Pro LRT Black 1/2IN ID 3/4IN OD Tubing
20x Bitspower G1/4 High Flow 1/2IN Dark Nickel Plated Barb Fittings



Here is a rough concept of the design plans: *click for big*

Rough Designs for the front panel, top panel, and dive bay enclosure panel


Now onto part pictures: *click for big*
AMD Phenom 9850 BE

Asus M3N-HT

SilverStone Strider St1200 1200Watt

Corsair Dominator RAM

The 120mm Fans

The MO TyphoonGX tri-colour

The Linksys WIFI-n card for bypassing the emedded firewall

I'm sorry I diddn't take any progess pics so-far but I'll be doing so from here on out.

After a few hours with the dremel and jigsaw... then many more with a set of hand files I turned my lian-li case into the below:

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Old 18th Jul 2008, 01:19   #2
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The details:
First I cut out some material from the drive bay area


I then mounted the Alix 2c1 embedded linux firewall after installing the mini-PCI wifi-n card and the 1GB compact flash

A cutout was made to allow space for the lan ports on the motherboard tray. Also a box was cut from the drive bay to allow for the pump to be mounted.

I haven't yet built the pieces that will guide the airflow; but i have installed the fans that will cool the Alix board.

1/4inch slots will be milled on the panel and dividers will be constructed to guide the air out the slots. Until then, this is how it stands.

Here is the Pump


And the mounting bracket put into place


Two 120mm fan holes were cut from the top of the case



A large rectangle was removed from the front panel to make space for the 7" touch panel LCD







I then built another temporary bracket to hold the PSU in place. This too will be replaced with a CNC machined bracket.





After cutting a piece of copper plate that will 'compression' fit into place. I used double sided foam tape to afix the slot load dvd-rw.

I then installed the slim-DVD to SATA adapter.


The drive is then squished into place, and holds suprisingly well


Then the pump is mounted to the bracket, this foam is also temporary and will be replaced with black neoprene


We then come to the Pico-ITX unit that will live in the drive bay



Here is is installed



I then cut apart the Corsair Dominator fan assembly and made some temporary mounting brackets, the final brackets will be CNCd as well.




The zalman fan controller that I'll be using


Here is the fan contoller installed


The final fan assembly and some glamour shots




I also got a Lian-Li card reader, it will be stripped of its case by the end of this mod


Here is the radiator I'll be using:


The cutout I made, where it will live. I still have to make mounting brackets for it.





This is where the hard drive bay will mount



But first these need to be installed. Again these are only temporary, for fitting purposes, the final peices will be made from copper plate and will be CNC machined.






Now we can suspend the drive cage





And finally we come to the below images. This is how Project PrometheusCU sits right now, waiting on delivery of some of my watercooling components.



As it stands I'm at about 30% complete.

Here's a list of to-do's:
>>The CAD drawings for all the parts to be cut from copper plate are complete - meeting with machinist on Tuesday to discuss fine details and re-engineer what I've got.
>>I've completed a number of "engineering diagrams" that will describe how to use/disassemble the case. I'm going to have these engraved into the case - to add that factory engineered look
>>Make mounts and a grill for the 3 rad fans
>>Fabricate the copper 'skirt' that will add 4" to the system height and elevate the rad off the ground
>>Wait on delivery of a new AquaComputer parts as well as a few other watercooling components.
>>Mill slots into sides of front panel to allow for air intake on front mounted 120mm case fan
>>Mill slots into side panel to alloy for Alix air cooling exhaust.-
>>Then it's just wiring, which in itself is going to be a massive undertaking. I've had some 18AWG ribbon wire custom manufactured for this case (which will leave me with about 1200feet of extra wire for future changes... lol). The wire will be carefully folded and guided around the case, the intent is not to hide the wire, but make it a part of the aesthetic
>>Build controllers for and plan some kind of exotic LED light display from white LED
>>Replace all mounting hardware with a combination of Brighton branded socket cap head machine screws and socket countersink head machine screws

Hope you all enjoy the work... I've poured pretty much everything I have into this case - in terms of both skillsets and money.

Please feel free to leave comments, crits, suggestions.

Tune in soon for more!

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Old 18th Jul 2008, 01:45   #3
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wow now that is one overloaded case!!! nice stuff will be defenintely watching especially the pico motherboard part
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Old 18th Jul 2008, 02:45   #4
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It almost makes me wince to see one of the beautiful cases cut up, but you're pulling it off well. This should turn out really nice in the end and you have alot of innovative features.
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Old 18th Jul 2008, 02:58   #5
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Nice, but I'd cringe at all those 40's running up front! Too much noise for not enough flow.
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Old 18th Jul 2008, 03:46   #6
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Ya i have to agree with E.E.L. 40mms are way to noisy for my tastes but if it works for u thats fine. why r u adding in the picos systems? hope it turns out well!!! Ace
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Old 18th Jul 2008, 04:07   #7
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@pksjaveed - Thanks!

@MrWizard - Working up the courage to go at the case was a little nerve wracking; but I'm certain it'll pay off.

@E.E.L. Ambiense - The 40mm Scythe Mini Kaze Ultra are almost completely silent... I was really amazed when I first plugged them in. The smaller fans are more for aesthetics than anything, and the bigass 133cfm fan venting out the top will be more than sufficient anyway.

@[xXx] _ƒr€K- The Pico will serve two purposes - 1)a media jukebox, and 2)it will run Windows Home Server to act as a remote file server (hence the use of the embedded linux SBC)
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I can't wait for more on this project, just re-read through the log...lol. I'm pretty excited to see how it ends up.
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Very nice. I'll be looking out for this one. I have to say its very impressive how you've planned it out and made diagrams. Its inspirational actually!

I'll be waiting for the next update!
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Old 18th Jul 2008, 11:08   #10
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craigbru just got owned by this project!
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Nice I especially like the use of the Alix 2c1 and the Pico-ITX

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@MrWizard - Thanks for the kind words, happy to hear.

@twentynine - Updates should be pretty regular, and Thank you.

@Burnout21 - I don't know about that, I love his Rogue - Craig's work there was a big inspiration to this project.

@MixWizard - Thanks, tune in soon!
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very nice work,nice clean cuts there.
i going to watch this one progress.
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Oh man... Lol...



Now this is how you start a worklog! This is one hell of an ambitious project. I absolutely love your parts list! Regardless of case size, I love seeing hardware filling every little nook. You, my friend, are a man after my own heart.
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i had a feeling that you got ideas from Craigbru.

tell me does the firewall ITX behind the motherboard plate link to the main system via a standard RJ45 cable, which allow the main system to connect to a wireless router.

main system > RJ45 > firewall system > wireless > boardband connection

if so I WANT!! lol
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@Burnout21 - That is exactly the plan.
The plan is to 'tap into' the Ethernet port on the ASUS board - I'm going to solder on an additional Ethernet port on the underside of the motherboard, then I need to made another cut in the motherboard tray to allow easy access from the Alix unit to the ASUS board.
From there I need to make a male->female extension relocating one of the ports on the Alix to the exterior of the case

Then run it as listed below
ASUS Board -> cat5 -> Alix port 2of3 -> pfSense -> WIFI card -> internet
Pico Board -> cat5 -> Alix port 3of3 -> pfSense -> WIFI card -> internet
Also, to allow LAN connection
intertet -> cat5 -> female/male cat5 extension -> Alix port 1of3 -> pfSense -> cat5 -> ASUS/Pico

The Alix 2c1 boards are a little pricey, but you'll never find a more versatile/secure router for the price.
Compared to the next best option, the Soekris net 4501, you can see that it's considerably faster, and has 2x the memory.

Alic 2c1:
* 433 MHz AMD Geode LX800 CPU
* 128 MB DDR DRAM
* 3 Ethernet
* 1 miniPCI
* 1 serial

Soekris net4501:
* 133 Mhz CPU
* 64 Mbyte SDRAM
* 3 Ethernet
* 1 Mini-PCI
* 1 serial
* 1 3.3V PCI connector.
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then are you either going to use VNC or remove the CF card to access the tiny tiny linux hidden within, lol


oh and sir how did you come to void the warrenty upon your motherboard, 'well i took my trusty soldering iron out and well....' i see, good bye!
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Actually...
I'm going to butcher this little guy - see image below - and solder it up to a male plug. The pico unit will then serve to communicate with the Alix board via USB->Serial.




As for the warranty - as my Father always said: "Warranties are for people who don't know what they are doing" .... so I'm pretty much screwed.
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Wow, this is a super ambitious project, but I'm loving it more and more with every new update! Keep it up Langer, can't wait to see what you've got for us next.
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