Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by J0d3r, 12 Mar 2006.
nice looking board, but it seems there are no usable PCI slots due to large dual slot ATi coolers.
Yeah, you are right, If running CF the only PCI gots unusable, but well... hehe
but, i can't understand why you didn't get a normal Sapphire X-fire board which has a blue PCB, its supposed to be a better probuct (?) and it goes with the colour scheme.
ooh well. you've already got it, so im fighting a lost battle.
great air-brushing skills though..
You mean the advantage model? its not a better mobo, is designed for mainstream and has a plain bios without the OC properties that the non advantage model has.
So the budget is the white one
oh well, im not really interested im sapphire boards-
its Asus and DFi here!
still, its looking great!
Yeah, I've been using DFI, but want to use some different mobo to this mod
Well!, finnally photos of the air brush work 100% done (gloss varnish mode ON), thanks moddingrafia.com again
that looks sweet
Is that the Pure crossfire board?
From the markings on the board, it looks like you use the bottom slot first, then the upper for x-fire.
It's also the sexiest motherboad I've ever seen.
Yes. is pure crossfire ^_^, I think that the upper slot is for master card used at CF, so CF is disabled you can use the PCI-E port do you want. *I think*
Ive been working hard since two days, the v1100 arrived wednesday from moddingrafia.com and im working on it since that day.
Let show what ive done!
well, unffortunately the pump didnt fit the placement i thought, so i screwed at other site, the pump now is screwed at the right side with two allen screws:
Then i put the mobo, looks nice!
ah, and Ive tooked IHS off like all procesors that i have
Finnally i started to getting all the watercool on, i used a fill port, but I only use it for fulling the watercool, then I hide it again. Hard work :S
Thanks coolmod.com and moddingrafia.com for their help
Nice, i like the window, the engraving, the airbrushsing and the case
Amazing work, really impressive.
Thanks Klikka_bZerk , thanks malccy
Well, im working a bit now, screwed the two 12cm fans with allen screws and painted the PCI covers blue. today I gone to leroy merlin and get some mesh, after painting it blue thats how it looks now
Damn, that is one sexy motherboard for the case! Love it!
May I ask a couple questions:
- Is the side panel perspex glued (if so how easy and what steps were needed?)
- How did you get such a good finish around edges?
As say truly great work and a good log.
malccy: no, the panel is without acrylic, only the mesh is fitted using a glue gun, Im choosing the acrylic for the side panel atm, but i will glue it with glue gun too. Its easy to do, only aplying the right quantity of glue and making pression.
The edges were only matter of patience, after cutting it with dremel i sanded it hard until get a good finish.
very nice, the inside looks very barron though, wheres all the gubbons ....
maybe I miss a part but is the amd a64 been refrigerated with out heatspreader??? nice paint job on the lianli...got an awsome case
Thanks yahooadam, asxcpu, yes i always take off the IHS.
Well, today I want to show you my cable management, I hope do you like it. Its connected: ATX 24, 2 x Sata, pw on switch, 12v 8 cable and other stuff:
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