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Case Mod - In Progress K.3nny's Parvum Aurora case

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by k.3nny, 16 Jan 2013.

  1. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Thnks :D!
     
  2. flix

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    Very cool case :)
     
  3. gungravevn

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    Sub for awesome skills and damn nice case
     
  4. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Thnks Grun :D!
     
  5. BCMods

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    Subbed, also getting one of these cases soon :)
     
  6. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Update :D


    Drain added to loop
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    Ofcourse a custom front layer couldnt be forgotten :p so lets take a look :

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    Apply-ing to front panel
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    Some details i wanted to see done
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    Begon to make the pci-plate:
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    Mounted
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    Works flawless

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    My hose and liquid would be arriving soon :D!
     
  7. BCMods

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    Nice work :)

    Could you do me a favour and measure the distance between the top of the case and the very top edge of the motherboard PCB? I can't find it anywhere online. Need to know the biggest size rad i can use.
     
  8. siliconfanatic

    siliconfanatic Johny-come-Lately

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    Looks great! :thumb: but....:


    Is it just me or do I see a nasty case of card warping?:eyebrow:
     
  9. BCMods

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    Probably needs a backplate, those waterblocks can be pretty heavy...
     
  10. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    There was no support to hinge the card :p now as u can see in my update i made the PCI holder :p the card is rigid inplace now :D! and the copper blok is 400grams or more, (oldscool EK 4890) :D
     
  11. siliconfanatic

    siliconfanatic Johny-come-Lately

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    Niiiiiiiiice!
     
  12. siliconfanatic

    siliconfanatic Johny-come-Lately

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    looking at the pics i'd say youve got... let's see... i presume K3nny went with the norm 40mm rad soo EDIT:30mm from up-close... 65mm 55, or 75 65 with the approx 10mm overlap i see... correct, K3nny?
     
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  13. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Here u got some pics,

    All i know, full size rads(thick rads) on the top and some good fans wil give you problems :)

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    Hope i helped u with it :)
     
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  14. BCMods

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    Cheers guys, big help :)
     
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    Another crazy mod by Kenneth. :D Nice one mate.
     
  16. GLA-58

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    :wallbash: Dear Kenny :wallbash:

    YOU have got to be stark raving mad ! uch prut.........






    The sheer madness to put beads on sleeved powercable is absolute GENIUS !!!!!!!!!!!
    I like it very much :thumb:

    greetings and peace of mind

    Gerrit
     
  17. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Glad we could help :)
    Thnks paslis :D
    Not mad, Just my thing :D

    *slight problem, i made fluid Its 100% the same as the purple acrylic, but in the hose its looking blackish :( only with a light right behind it its that color GRMBLLL^$*&@
     
  18. elAwesome

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    I like it!
     
  19. k.3nny

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    One of the last updates :(

    Creating the fluid:

    Demi water + mayhems red + Mayhems bleu Dyes
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    Cat is paying attention! he will learn my "skills" one day!
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    Too much blue :(
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    Purwple! ( i know crappy cam :( )
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    Primochill 3/8e x 5/8e
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    No clamps needed, Clean!

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    Then started to fill the loop, Without lights the liquid is black-ish, but i dont mind it. (for now :p )
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    See u on the next one :) Hopefully a better cam!

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  20. siliconfanatic

    siliconfanatic Johny-come-Lately

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    The way you routed the tubes... the bacplate...
    Awesomeness.

    On a side note: barbs. Clamps. *has ww2 style flashbacks*
     

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