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Case Mod - In Progress Better than Compact Splash

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by arduum, 6 Oct 2019.

  1. arduum

    arduum Member

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    Hi everyone.

    1st casemod on bt.:dremel:

    My English is very bad, but I will try to express myself :rollingeyes:

    Hardware:
    cpu - ?
    mb - ?
    mem - ?
    gpu - gtx 1080?
    psu - cheiftec sfx 650w
    ssd 1 - plextor m5s 256
    ssd 2 - ?

    watercooling

    Experimental case :naughty:
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    Compared to the ss tj07 - looks like a baby. :hehe:
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    A thick layer of metal. :rock:
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    Plex window.
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    Incredible brightness and color saturation, but I would like a darker tone... :worried:
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  2. arduum

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    pcb on my pump doesn't feel good...
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    diyink pcb
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    my soldering skills leave much to be desired :rollingeyes:
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    :blah:
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  3. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Neat! I know I have at least two dead ddcs. I'm a little worried about the sophistication of that board, though.
     
  4. arduum

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    Cheapskate
    ddcs very hot, but this "custom" pcb has good review. we'll see soon
     
  5. Jeff Hine

    Jeff Hine Nothing special

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    Aren't DDC & D5 for power & silence, resp. ...?
     
  6. arduum

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    Jeff Hine
    I am of the opinion that it is not necessary to set the pump speed to the maximum, it is enough that it simply could not be heard.

    delieding 9600k
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    The melting point of this solder is very small.
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    More modifications.....
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    Set for the poor 9600k + z170i pro:naughty::rock:
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  7. kim

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    :brrr: you know what you are doing it seems....:jawdrop: am I dreaming or you soldered together 2 pins of your CPU?, if yes, I never saw that before, amazing, sorry if I'm a dummy but would you be kind enough to explain the aimed result :idea:
     
  8. arduum

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    Yes, but not necessarily soldering, I did it for my own personal reasons:rollingeyes:
    this manipulation is done for the operation of this processor on the motherboard z170/z270, etc.
    detailed information is very much on the Internet. link to YouTube as an example attached ;)
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=coffee+lake+z170+mod
     
  9. kim

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    Thanks for the link, I get it now, I was puzzled and I searched about it on google but in my own language, it didn't matched the thing...great job :thumb: and BTW, cutee pink case
     
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  10. arduum

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    Not at all:)
     
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  12. arduum

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    Lifehack primochill revolver 1/2" + chrome tube 10/12mm

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  13. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    I thought this was 'works as intended' ? I used 5/8" tube with 16mm fittings.
     
  14. arduum

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    Cheapskate
    If you insert the tube as it is, it will dangle, not to mention it will leak.:happy:
     
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    after cleaning:lol:
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  16. arduum

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    drain:naughty:
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  17. arduum

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    a little bit chrome tubes:rollingeyes:
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