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Case Mod - In Progress Chiller's Hybrid Level10

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Chiller1, 20 Sep 2010.

  1. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    allmost finished, just have to make it nice :

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  2. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    Two Koolance 360 rev1.1 , and Koolance SR-2 Classified full cover block are arrived :

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    after received it, let's open up the full cover block SR-2 and change it a little bit :

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    a lot of sanding it to get the nickel of it, and then the first layer of primer :

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  3. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    first layer mat black is on, tomorrow sanding it and paint it the last time for finishing touch,
    after when it's dry mount the block again and put it on the motherboard :

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  4. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    SR-2 full cover block is ready and mounted :

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  5. Mongwopman

    Mongwopman King Ding-a-ling!

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    WOW, thats a nice looking system!!!!
     
  6. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    see also the rest of the pics before ?
     
  7. MrNitro

    MrNitro Performance Enthusiast =)

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    This is just insane! I've never seen so much TEC cooling power together.
    Man, this is an awesome mod, good job.
     
  8. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    pics of what i did today :

    from this :

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    i made these, and a little bit more, only waiting for a new shipment of red connectors :

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  9. Tattysnuc

    Tattysnuc Thinking about which mod to do 1st.

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    Wow! Inspirational stuff! Where do you source you kit from? I really struggled to find that Thermaltake GFX card PSU you used from my usual suppliers. (Thank you Amazon marketplace!)
     
  10. alex2k10

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    First off that mono is massive. Loving the work so far like the colour scheme as well good job.
     
  11. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    k have two of them, the 650w version and in the closet i have also a 250w version of the GFX psu's.
     
  12. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    today received package with connectors :

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    i made this, and have to make more of them for the other cpu and vga power on mobo :

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    and for the 90° corner of mobo has his place, tru the wall behind the Boreas Chiller, and also the tubing for the little isolated reservoir :

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  13. alex2k10

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    looking good keep it up loving the detail in all of this.
     
  14. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    The other cpu his power cable is also done, and the PciE cable also :

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    Total overview of the powercables on the motherboard, the green circle is where the cables leave the case to the other side for connection to the powersupply :

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  15. Vasskjøling

    Vasskjøling There is only one way to cool! WC!

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    Ohh gaad! thats so sexy! I WANT IT!
     
  16. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    good log so far.

    nice to see a large mod to a case like this.

    the level 10 dosent have a lot of potential but it shows what a lot of imagination can do
     
  18. MrWizard

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    Those 90 degree connectors are genius! It looks amazingly clean.
     
  19. Chiller1

    Chiller1 Hybrid Level 10 building

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    new parts in :

    Evga SR-2 1200w (peakload 1700w) psu

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    PciE connector for GPU's with a 2200UF (MicroFarad) condensator and ferrit-cores :

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    Cpu ATX power connectors, also with 2200UF (microFarad) Condensator and ferrit-cores :

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    and te best part of the power supply is on the back of it lol :

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    Also LGA1156 socket isolation and new inox Backplates for my SR-2 :

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    also i got two red displays in for on my controller.
    To swat the green light lcd out for a red symbol / black background display :

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  20. MrNitro

    MrNitro Performance Enthusiast =)

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    Man, the PSU is awesome, but the cables...weird and ugly as hell =S
    You will hide them behind the mobo tray, right?
     

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