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Case Mod - In Progress ★ IncredibLi A70F by Tonton Buddy ★ last update 21/07/2011

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Tonton Buddy, 15 Mar 2011.

  1. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don New Member

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    very simple and yet a very nice mod :D

    keep up the good work

    haters gonna hate ;)
     
  2. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Thank you for your support! :thumb:

    I love this sentence !!
     
  3. [ZiiP] NaloaC

    [ZiiP] NaloaC Well-Known Member

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    Looking very good thus far. I like the seating for the SSD :thumb:
     
  4. jadawgis732

    jadawgis732 New Member

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    Oh, well I didn't know you were French, in that case all is well.
    Some help: in the thanking part, say
    "Without you nothing is impossible"
    no just kidding,
    "Without you, nothing is possible."
     
  5. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    If you had took time to read... :)
    It's written in my first post, and just under my avatar... "Location: Grenoble - FRANCE".

    Thanks for the correction. ;)
     
  6. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Hi theron,

    I hope to have answered correctly at ur questions below. :)

     
  7. pistol_pete

    pistol_pete Air Cooled Fool

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    Nice work so far, I love straight-forward lian li cases like this to work with.
     
  8. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Hello all! :)

    Yesterday, i began the supports for my 280 radiators, i used aluminium profil for make them.
    I have yet to bend some parts of supports, and fix them correctly.

    Thanks!! :thumb:
    The SSD is nice, i think that it's a pity to hide it. :)
    I hesitate to cover the PSU cover later with 3M carbon film, i love carbon look!! And the SSD will be more put in front (my sentence is correct?).

    Thank you!! :D
    LL cases are beautiful, and they are easy to work!! :dremel:
    It's my second LL case, before i had a V351... it miss me!! :D
     
  9. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Hello, this week i realized fix' for the both 280 radiators, here my work in pictures! :D


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    Also i positioned pumps in the case. :)

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    http://www.watercooling.fr/
    http://www.bitspower.com.tw/
    http://www.pc-look.com/
    http://www.adata-group.com/

    A big thanks to every sponsors, without you nothing is possible.

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  10. ianclowe4c

    ianclowe4c New Member

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    Amazing work. Can't wait to see more.
     
  11. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Thanks!! :thumb:




    Yesterday i fixed the both pumps on the motherboard tray and this evening i'going to cup holes for cable managment if i've some time for work on my casemod.
     
  12. p0Pe

    p0Pe gief cake?

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    Hi Tonton!

    Dont wory about jadawgis732 :) He trow´s out random rants here and there, and i always wonder why he dont move along to other sites like oc.net where he can clap his hands in the "no sponsors" worklog section:clap:

    I would, however, reconsidder the "by tonton" watermark placement as other has mentioned. Maybe just put it in the upper right corner as in this pic, but just on all of them. It really takes the focus away from the work you do:dremel:

    You might also want to look at the pictures you put up, since these pictures are almost identical.
    Quality better than quantity :naughty:

    A last thing, would be to put some foam under the pumps. That will drasticly reduce noise from them:)

    Look forward to see more:rock:
     
  13. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Hello pope!

    I takes note of your remarks for the next step concerning watermark and almost identical photos. :thumb:

    Concerning my pumps, i used silentbock and foam between them and the motherboard tray, to fix them and reduce noise. ;)

    The next soon!! :D
     
  14. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Hello all!!

    Here some news about my mod', i realized holes for cable management.

    For it, i used to begin : drill and multipurpose cutting bit Dremel tool (561), and to finish several files.

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    Holes for SATA, power cables... on the motherboard tray.​

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    Holes for I/O panel, fans et others cables...on the cover PSU.​

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    After works with drill and multipurpose cutting bit Dremel tool...​

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    And here the result after file works. :D

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    You may see the both pumps fixed also.​

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    I have put four littles silentbloc stuck below each pumps and one by fixation screw.
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  15. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Yop!!

    Some news... :)

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  16. Tonton Buddy

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    And here the other side!! :D

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  17. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Hi! :)

    I decided to realize a new home made rheobus including a little programmable screen which shall replace EVGA Control Panel.

    Here my current home made rheobus...

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    And the little screen which will be integrated, with 4 spacers drill at my work to 2.5mm to realize later M3 thread.​

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    To put spacers at the good length, i used file in vise (Attila's spirit :rock:).​

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    I sanded spacers for a good finish look.​

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    I used M3 tap to realise thread.​

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    And here the result, spacers fixed on the screen, and the screen presented on the new aluminium profile.​

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  18. Genghis

    Genghis New Member

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    already saw on HFR tonton but your work is incredible (incrédibeule in french lol )
    good idea for the screen control. great work

    see ya on hache and fer ;)
     
  19. Tonton Buddy

    Tonton Buddy New Member

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    Hi!! Here my work of this week-end! :)

    I worked on one new aluminium profile to integrate 4x20 USB LCD screen and rheobus.

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    I cut my previous one aluminium profil to use the part with the ECP, i folded and placed it below the PSU cover.​

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    Next, i fixed the screen on the alu' profil with the spacers built previously.​

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    ... fixed rheobus.​

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    And i painted the aluminium profil in black to give an idea about the finish look!! :D

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  20. Genghis

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    super job tonton

    you should test with a aluminium paper deflector and turn you projector in opposite way of the Mod.
    your diffusor is too near of the projector i think
     

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