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Case Mod - In Progress [MNPCTech] Project: Rebel Alliance CMII

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Andrew_K, 16 Jan 2013.

  1. Asouter

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    S'pose the gel helps with the "roids" rebel scum ?
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    ...................These are not the roids we are looking for...Keep modding sirs :)
     
  2. Dragulax99

    Dragulax99 What's a Dremel?

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    more!...
     
  3. Balder

    Balder Calmer than a monk on morphine

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    This, I like it, ANOTHER!
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  4. Hukkel

    Hukkel James' minion

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    Those custom bloacks are sooo drool worty!
     
  5. mnpctech

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    Thank you for comments everyone! :D

    hmmm, Very good tip!.... freezing the o-ring doesn't work.
     
  6. WaRn00b™

    WaRn00b™ bit-tech addict

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    Damn guys!! Very impressive indeed!! Bill Owen... you sir are a legend! :)
     
  7. mnpctech

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    Thanks for tuning and commenting on our project Warnoob!


    AC: "Hello, This is Aqua Computer Support.

    Me: ..."Ah Yes, I'm looking for the Local Chinese Take-Out Listings option on your Aquaero...."

    AC:.. "Ok, Do you have your remote control handy?, Just scroll down to page 189, It's right under "Tracking Your Lost Dog with Aquaero GPS"


    Silly, but looking at all of the options makes me feel old, so Andrew will love tinkering with it. Yesterday I made Red Overlay to match the color scheme and installed Andrew's Aquaero into the shroud for the chassis.

    Aqua Computer's Aquaero product page, http://www.aquacomputer.de/aquaero-5.html

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    Removing masking tape over window for phoyba RGB light strip

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    Cutting Red Transparent Acrylic Window sheet into overlay for the Aqua Computer Aquaero

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  8. Guest-23315

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    Counter sink those holes Andrew! :lol:
     
  9. WaRn00b™

    WaRn00b™ bit-tech addict

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    Wow.. the red plexi over the Aquero looks great!! Can't wat to see the rest!!
     
  10. mnpctech

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    @Mankz, 100% agree.. temporary until I find my where I placed countersink bits :wallbash:

    @Warnoob, was concerned it would be too dark, but it's actually very crisp!
     
  11. siliconfanatic

    siliconfanatic Johny-come-Lately

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    Excuses, excuses:p
     
  12. WaRn00b™

    WaRn00b™ bit-tech addict

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    Makes sense... but thankfully (from the pics at least) it does seem to "POP" quite nicely!! :)

    Definitely inspiring.

    I recently sold off my custom loop & 600T - felt like giving the M-ITX thing a bash, so busy planning a BitFenix Prodigy build with some customization and a closed loop a go... nothing too fancy. Might be ordering some modders mesh and maybe some other bits from mnpctech if shipping to South-Africa isn't going to cost me an arm and a leg. :p

    Anyhow, sorry for the derailment... :thumb:
     
  13. Balder

    Balder Calmer than a monk on morphine

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    Love the looks of it, but I think I'm with you on the Aquero, it makes me feel old to (I live by K.I.S.S(tm))
     
  14. mnpctech

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    @silicone, haha, nothing like a good excuse to buy more tools tho?

    @Warnoob, no worries, best go with Priority Mail tho, so you have some type of tracking...and I will have to check out your prodigy project!!!

    @Balder, give me an old sunbeam rheostat fan controller, and I'm just fine :D

    I did 6/32 counter sink bit at home, I can fudge a little with it.... will try and do that this afternoon, and if i have time, get the phobya rgb light strip installed in the side.

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  15. siliconfanatic

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    you make a good point, bill. I HAVE been absolutley droooling over a new, plug in dremel. battery just ain't gonna cut it(pun very much intended :D)

    Can't wait to see this thing under it's own light :dremel:
     
  16. ziza

    ziza What's a Dremel?

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    OMG :jawdrop:

    This is a serious mod, the color scheme is perfect and the reservoirs in the top look really nice.

    Can't wait to see that blood WC liquid and those GPU blocks.
     
  17. C4B12

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    Im still in love with the acrylic logo! And that fan controller looks soooooo good!
     
  18. mnpctech

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    Thank you for the feedback and comments guys!

    Mankz will be happy to see that I used 6/32 countersink drill bit for the Torx head screws on the Aquaro and installed Phoyba RGB light strip on the side...

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  19. Guest-23315

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    Looks much better :thumb::D
     
  20. WaRn00b™

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    Those are some very nice RGB LED strips and the countersunk screws look wicked!!
     

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