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Case Mod - In Progress Lucid Dream

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by AV Case Mods, 26 Feb 2020.

  1. AV Case Mods

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    Hello,

    Greetings from finland

    This is my new casemod called Lucid Dream
    Case that i am modding is Silverstone LD03
    My plan is to fit 240mm and 120mm rads for watercooling and do hardline.
    I dont have any components for this build but i update this as soon i get the parts

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    Case: Silverstone LD03
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    Here is some pictures of the case:

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  3. AV Case Mods

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    For test fitting i 3D printed alphacool radiators.

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    Test fitting side 240mm rad with normal 25mm fan but if i use bottom fan as intake i have to go with 15mm slim fans.

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    Top radiator will on the outside but it fits under the panel.
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    future! :grin::naughty:
     
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  5. yuusou

    yuusou Well-Known Member

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    If you 3D printed a sort of Lego radiator fitment set that would just be amazing.
     
  6. AV Case Mods

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    Thats great idea:thumb:
     
  7. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    I'm more of a 'get the radiator and MAKE it fit' person, but that works too. :lol:
    I see the top rad fittings possibly colliding with the side rad's in that configuration. Would it be possible to rotate the top rad so the fittings go through the front?
    -I have one of these cases from drawing up MNPCTech's OuterWorld's mod, so I vaguely have an idea what you would need to do. The front is about 3/4" thick, so it might be possible to re-plate the face and I/O cover plastic with plexiglas, (or a print,) and hollow out a space to run the rad plumbing over the front frame rail.

    Edit: The average radiator outlet tank is 1 inch, right? :worried: OK, that might stick out the front a bit.
     
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    There is good change that the fittings collide, but i have backup plan to rotate the rad and i think this way there is no problem.

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    I designed and 3D printed new sidepanel for the case with better airflow and same type of design than the top cover:

     
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  10. Jangalit

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    cool, keep posting updates please :)
     
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    Trying to post more updates but i am waiting for the components so i can do more test fitting.

    Here i some pics of the sidepanel:

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