Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Guest-56605, 27 Aug 2010.
Wow, you aren't kidding! That is snug!
Looks cleaner all snug like that! like it was designed to fit there
This is going to be cool looking
Off to a good start, but like the others have said, a bit sung...lol..This could be interesting
not bad so far. Its a snug fit too. =)
That"s a nice fit. And I love the idea of hiding a powerful PC in a normal looking case.
That is one hell o a tight fit!! I like this! Me watches..
I like a nice snug fit, its easier to get things tidy for me.
I like the way its straight into it with no sketch-ups. Keeps us all guessing for final design Subbed
This is looking sick man!
One query though.. That PSU is modular yes? And you, by the looks of things, have a few mm clearance between the PSU and rad. How do you plan on connecting the cables to the PSU?
Oh, and personally I preferred it when the ATX cable went along the side of the radiator, but I guess it was a pain to get to the mobo
Holy **** man...
This in going to be an awesome build!!
Considering that the case has a specific PSU intake grille in the floor would it not make more sense to just flip the PSU over and solve the entire cabling issue in one swift stroke? Would also mean that the PSU isn't drawing warm from the interior of the case through it
Just a thought
Nice one 23RO_UK,looking good
That looks much better under the rad, when I was reading through the previous posts and looking at the pics I was thinking that would have been the way that I'd have gone with it, Then I get the the last pic and you've already done it..lol..Looks way neater that way, looking good so far.
Lol you and me both, guess what I've doing today as well. I've gone through about 2 miles of braid and the PSU ain't even in yet... Good luck to both of us I think..
Looking great thus far This the build you were telling me about?
You still doing the thing with the fans?
its coming along nicely. Still looking great.
This is beginning to look awesome man, really looking forward to the finished build!
You ever considered the pro's and con's of knitting? That cabling will take a while but will look awesome in the end.
Really like the looks of that block,fits nicely with the blue/silver of the board. Can't wait to see more of this.
I do love a good cabling job
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