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Case Mod - In Progress ATCS 840 by PoLoMoD -> The end ... 05/12

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by PoLo, 15 Aug 2011.

  1. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    Sponsors : Big thanks for their support !!

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    For a "Platimax 850w", 4 Apollish T.B. UCTA12N-R and 4 Apollish T.B. UCTA14N-R


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    For a reduction of about 70% of a big order >> here<<

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    Sorry for the translation because I'm french .


    Here I am with a project on a CoolerMaster ATCS 840, still no precise ideas in the design of the case but it will contain a final configuration full watercooled .
    This first page will be updated regularly with links to not having to read all pages (if worklog achieved several pages of course) .


    The project must meet several conditions :
    - Integrate in-house 3 radiators (a PHOBYA G-Changer 420 and 2 MAGICOOL Slim 240) .
    - The configuration must be full Watercooled (CPU, GPU, MOSFET, RAM) .
    - The case should remain as simple as possible .


    La Config :
    - EVGA P55-Cheesecake
    - INTEL i5 750
    - CORSAIR Dominator 2x2Go PC12800
    - MSI R5870 1Go
    - XFX 5870 1Go (bios MSI)
    - THERMALTAKE Toughpower 700W
    - SSD CRUCIAL M4 64Go
    - WESTERN DIGITAL Caviar black 640Go
    - WESTERN DIGITAL Caviar green 640Go (x2)


    Le Watercooling :
    - PHOBYA G-Changer 420
    - Laing DDC-1T
    - Réservoir Alpacool
    - EK-FC5870 CF Nickel-Acetal + Backplate Nickel
    - EK-FC5870 CF Nickel-Acetal
    - Masterkleer 11/16 Dark Red
    - Embouts EK, feser, phobya
    - Enermax Apollish 12 & 14

    - MagiCool SLIM DUAL 240
    - MagiCool SLIM DUAL 240
    - Laing DDC-1T
    - Réservoir Alpacool
    - EK Suprem HF full Nickel
    - EK RAM Dominator
    - ANFI-TEC EVGA P55 Cheesecake full cover
    - ANFI-TEC 028 EVGA P55 + ANFI-TEC 029 EVGA P55
    - Masterkleer 11/16 Dark Red
    - Embouts EK, feser, phobya
    - Enermax Apollish 12 & 14
     
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  2. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    Reserved ...
     
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  3. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    Receipt of the PC case : (Cooler Master ATCS840 black)

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    Removing the case :

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    Some pictures of the actual hardware :

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    MSI R5870 and EK FC-5870 Nikel :
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    EVGA P55-Cheesecake, ANFI-TEC P55-Cheesecake Nikel and ALPHACOOL nexXxos X2 HF Nikel :
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    Group photos :
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  4. jrs77

    jrs77 Well-Known Member

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    Ah nice. The ATCS 840 is still one of the best ATX-cases around.

    Will you do any mods to the case itself or leave it stock and only do the hardware?
     
  5. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    Yes, the ATCS840 is a very good case.

    I will not only integrate the hardware, I'll create some changes.
     
  6. Mosquito

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    I'm anxious to see you get the triple 140 and the pair of dual 120 rads in there... looking good :thumb:
     
  7. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    I painted the cart on the motherboard :

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    Installed water blocks EK Supreme, Anfi-Tec EVGA 028 & 029 :

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    Modification of the water block ANFI-TEC P55 EVGA 200 lightcover (it is incompatible with the motherboard EVGA P55 conventional) :

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    I painted the water blocks Anfi-Tec EVGA 028, 029 & 200 lightcover :

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    fixing creation of the PHOBYA G-Changer 420 :

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  8. Stark.Jr

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    Nice big start :) i will follow!

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  9. meandmymouth

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    Looking good
     
  10. Warsmith

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    Subbed!
     
  11. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    Fixing the PHOBYA G-Changer 420 at the top :

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    Sleeving the 24 pins :

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    Remove the HDD cage and the cage change bay 5,25" :

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    Creation of fixing radiators (2 x 240) :

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    Cutting a window on the door

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  12. mars-bar-man

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    I like this, I like this a lot!
     
  13. MilOk

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    nice work =)
     
  14. mav2000

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    Wow nice work...am working on an ATCS myself..
     
  15. Marcos_Viegas

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    I love the cut of the window, is 800D style, realy awesome!

    Congratulations! :thumb: +rep
     
  16. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    Thanks



    I saw your ATCS840 ... Good project!



    Yes, I copied the window on the 800D.



    I ordered some parts today:

    - Pump Laing DDC-1T
    - Plexi Bay Reservoir XSPC Dual Laing DDC pumps for 2
    - Fittings compression 15.9 / 11.1
    - Fittings EK @ 90 °
    - The Feser Company wall passes
    - Tubing Masterkleer 15.9 / 11.1 Dark Red
    - Sleeve color MDPC-X-X
    - Screw M3x6mm Black MDPC-X
    - M3 Brainwasher MDPC-X
     
  17. Marcos_Viegas

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    i used that style im my case too... :hehe:
     
  18. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    Today I started the cladding in red, the change of screws, changing the red pipe, replacement of barbed ends by caps and reorganization of the tubing:

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    The 24pins wrapped :

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    Changing the motherboard screw :

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    I return to work ... :D
     
  19. PoLo

    PoLo PoLoMoD

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    Cladding on the motherboard almost finished :D

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  20. KiiYzOo

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    amazing :jawdrop::rock:
     

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