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Old 3rd Aug 2014, 12:59   #1
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TJ11B-WMod - UPD 19/10/2014

Hi All!





Now im modding my TJ11B-W, prepare it for watercooling stuff and better cable management.
I hope to finish this stage at oct/nov 2014. (custom parts, 560x60 and 360<45mm rads installed)
Main colours is black aluminium/powder coated steel and stainless steel, cold white lightning.
Some kind of black sleeve/hard tubing later


I call it "Anniversary Edition"

Hardware

CPU: i5 3570k
MB: Asus z77 Sabertooth
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 1600C9 LP 4x4Gb
GPU: NOw i have only 660GTX 2Gb and i really want to change it.
SSD: Kingston V200+ 60Gb
HDD: WD Caviar Blue 1Tb x2
PSU: OCZ Modxstream 700w
CF: Scythe Glide Stream PWM 1300rpm

So it will be a few "mod packs"



1. Midplates
2. Mount Stuff
3. Top Mod
4. Other


1st - Midplates!


1st of all - midplates!
The only thing which will help me improve cable management and allow to install 360rad with good aesthetics.

1.1 - Vertical inside midpalte [VI]



The Grills - 1.5mm stainless steel and polishing.


1.2 - Horisontal inside midplate [HI]



This will be a mount system for 360rad and help me to get a better cable management.

Preview:



2nd - Mount Stuff



Really need to do this to get enought free space for aesthetics and watercool.
Also i will get a custom rad holders/shround.
Now only one thing is done - it's a HDD Cage/Mount

The design:


And:


It can hold 1x120mm fan and 3x5.25 HDD trays. It mounts in 5.25 bay of TJ11.

3rd - Top Mod



As you can see it will be an I/O panel LED light up (cold white).



Sorry for LQ video and bad english

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKdqZR90izo

And some kind of simple control panel for lightning:



Already done steel panels, but still dont get good enough vandal buttons.

4th - Other Mods



Not so many to do here, just window mod and button replacement.
And front panel wires cover, logo, etc:







I will create some simple PCBs for control panel and better cable management inside 5.25 too.


All hardware which you can see is my old hardware, i can resleeve PSU, replace MB/CPU or other things. Also i can change many till it's not ends.

I hope all works fine, my first worklog on this forum.


Next update - 2 grills and vertical midplate

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Old 3rd Aug 2014, 13:37   #2
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Old 7th Aug 2014, 09:37   #3
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I don't have much time for this, so only part of update - the grills, screws and test fans
I will add photo later, now LQ video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAeBa...ature=youtu.be

+ window mod photo, you can see grill's material, it's the same:





btw thanks Hukkel!

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Old 8th Aug 2014, 10:14   #4
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UPD 08/08/2014

Some photos, not the best quality























And a little bonus - working prototype of button splitter (for top control panel)

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Hmm... interested in the button splitter! What will they be doing?

Looking good so far, excited to see more!

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Hmm... interested in the button splitter! What will they be doing?

Looking good so far, excited to see more!

-Jeffinslaw

Splitter will do 3 things:

1 - Main lights on/off
2 - 2nd lights on/off (i wanna do 2 LED strips, maybe 2 different colours)
3 - for I/O panel LEDs
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Old 19th Oct 2014, 11:37   #8
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Okay, a little brake over xD

Will do a new one, for 16mm buttons and MORE black



O-Ring testing



And sleeving...







Also got this baby:



And decided to go with single rad. So 560 rad holder will be done soon.
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