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Scratch Build – In Progress Ioncito v2.0 [Update TODAY]

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by elGafas, 27 Oct 2009.

  1. blueprint.

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    Looks very good
     
  2. elGafas

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    Since i'm adding water to the build... Compaq PSU isn´t powerful enough sooo new victim:

    VTB ITX 300 watts:
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    Sleeving done:
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    I'm hidding this 2 molex inside the psu (+4 atx & mother 12v) cause they are useless for the Ion:
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  3. woody_294

    woody_294 Wizard Ninja :P

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    V.cool man. Like the leather and black/white theme :)
     
  4. sk8roy

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    Beautiful job with the PSU...
     
  5. elGafas

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    Thanks guys!
     
  6. elGafas

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    Wateeeer

    Swiftech 655 + DD BlackIce 240:
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    Coolers were raped by a friend with green UV... and rad needs paint too.
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  7. elGafas

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    Some pics of the 70mm & 120mm grills I've ordered (theres a 2x120 for the rad too, but theres no picture of it)

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  8. elGafas

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    let's see how it fits...
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    Rad grill
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  9. WolfandAngel

    WolfandAngel Got fins?

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    love it
    are the fans going to stay on the top ?

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  10. elGafas

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    Yup, those fans stay there.

    Grills arrived from CNC:

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  11. elGafas

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    Alu feets, 32mm x 10 mm:

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    After somo polishing:

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    Needs some light from inside the case...

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  12. sk8roy

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    Fan grills look awesome, nice job on polishing the feet. And really like the placement and size of the window. Like how it just highlights the board and covers the rest of the interior.
     
  13. elGafas

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    Thanks!

    Crappy day... not much progress....

    1/2" to 2 x 1/4" adaptor:

    1/4" fittings, brass and copper
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    Tomorrow, cleaning+painting.
     
  14. Jack_Pepsi

    Jack_Pepsi Clan BeeR Founder

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    Well done on the MotM nomination - you got my vote!

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  15. elGafas

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    Thanks!

    I don´t have much time to explain each pic, i'll try to do it tonight:

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  16. elGafas

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  17. Volund

    Volund Am I supposed to care?

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    nice job on the waterblock, very cool looking.
     
  18. brinkz0r

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    That is an amazing DIY waterblock, looks like it should be able to cool those parts :)
     
  19. elGafas

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    Thanks, block almost done.
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  20. Jaguar_Infinity

    Jaguar_Infinity Just some guy

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    This is really looking good! keep it up!
     
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