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Scratch Build – In Progress Matrix Table Desk PC

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Matrix74, 19 Aug 2015.

  1. wutdo

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    other ideas not to fall into said trap would be to have your gear pushed to the back around the keyboard and mouse [​IMG]
     
  2. Matrix74

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    Mouse and keyboard will stay in a sliding panel under the area of the tanks and will not bother me in any tank or pump. are two separate and distinct areas.

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  3. Matrix74

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    Modding Keyboard Logitech G19 and Motherboard Asus Z77 Cover....


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  4. stealth80

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    I have a question (excitedly raising hand at the back of the class)

    How the hell do you drain these when it's time for cleaning? Surely there's gonna be coolant left in the res's and rads etc? It's like you can tip it up like a pc case?

    Please educate me lol
     
  5. Matrix74

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    In the back of the desk, where there are all fittings and pumps there is a discharge pipe which goes under the desk.

    At the forntale I entered the Quick-release connections to replace the hardware if needed ...... Just close the loop and send clean water inside the circuit and run.

    In case of need unmounting all, so the liquid that remains in the piping it is not much ...

    And then, at the time of emptying if there are improvements to be made .... I will ....

    I am considering whether to put more points emptying ....
     
  6. stealth80

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    Ye the lowest points really help. All I'm saying is, even though my drains are at the lowest point I still find some remaining in rads and res's which requires some manoeuvring of the case (it's a heavy mofo X9!)

    I tried the flushing but I can never fully flush the remaining liquid out (whether that be the flush or coolant).

    The motherboard looks great btw
     
  7. Matrix74

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    You are right. Surely something will remain in the system. But I'm planning so that I can empty it as much as possible. The side-mounted radiators to piaste mothers will be removable so that problems do not create them myself. The tanks are clearly affordable .... so even those problems do not they give me. Only radiators from 480 in Retro Desk could create me some problems. When I will see how to solve it ..... ..... although I would have half a mind .....!
     
  8. OmightyOne

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    Desk builds are the future!
     
  9. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    @Stealth - Vacuum pump that sucker.:D

    I like the idea of a radiation warning directly over where your crotch would be at the desk. The layout is great, so don't let Arg-ist's hatred of keyboards distract you.:D
     
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    Pleased to announce officially COLLABORATION WITH AQUATUNING.DE.



    http://www.aquatuning.de


    It follows an initial overview of the material arrived .....
     
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    Grats

    Congrats man! So much hardware, i'm jealous and i just want to see more!

    Continue your good work, i hope to see it soon!
     
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