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Case Mod - In Progress Paradyse eXtreme

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Cyril06, 19 May 2011.

  1. Guest-89078

    Guest-89078 Guest

    It'd probably survive on the 115V they get in America, but the 230V we get over in Europe would probably fry it or blow your fuses or something :(
    Also, triangle?
     
  2. Cyril06

    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    I check it, mine is in 220/230 V. So it's fine ;)
     
  3. KoSoVaR^

    KoSoVaR^ Professional Sleever & Modder

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    i cant bileve that this awsome projectlog is on this side of the forum!
    Its a shame!
     
  4. Cyril06

    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    Thanks, but which side do you mean ?
     
  5. KoSoVaR^

    KoSoVaR^ Professional Sleever & Modder

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    bit-tech.net Forums > Modding > Project Logs
     
  6. Cyril06

    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    If I'm right it's in : bit-tech.net Forums > Modding > Modding :)
     
  7. KoSoVaR^

    KoSoVaR^ Professional Sleever & Modder

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    yes you are in the moddin section, you should be in the bit-tech.net Forums > Modding > "Project Logs" section
     
  8. Cyril06

    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    Oh yes you're right ! Wait & see, it doesn't really matter :)
     
  9. Cyril06

    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    New year ? New tools :)

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    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    Watercooling loop is done. Need to buy some nice tubes now !

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    Bitspower tank and fittings :

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    Noiseblocker fan :

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    Crappy temporary tubes and fans :D

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    I have to use 2cm screws because the new PSU will be 2cm longer than this one ;)

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    Need more Bitspower fittings to connect the radiator to the pump :

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    Temporary tubing :

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  12. KoSoVaR^

    KoSoVaR^ Professional Sleever & Modder

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    looks very good so far :)!
     
  13. Pranja

    Pranja Blackwolf

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    I like the tubing even if it is not proper color.
     
  14. mally91

    mally91 What's a Dremel?

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    looking good
     
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    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    Here are the last Bitspower fittings I need to end the watercooling :

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    EK-Ekoolant UV Blue in Tygon tube :

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    Test in the case to check if the color is good :

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    Modification of the watercooling pump :

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    Desoldering of old color cables :

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    Cut 3 new cables in black :

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    Facom automatic stripper in action :

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    Soldering of the new cables on the pump :

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    Crimps and black connector for a perfect finish :

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    Crimping tool in action :

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    All motherboard connectors are re-crimp and put on a single connector :

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    And then they are sleeved together. Before :

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    After :

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    Bonus picture of the "shooting zone" :

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    New Tamron 90mm macro lens :

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    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    Modification of the USB3 connector to fit in the motherboard USB2 header :

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    Removing the differents shields :

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    Only keep the 4 wires for the USB2 :

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    USB pins and connectors :

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    Crimping tool :

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    Plug the terminals until you heard the "clic" :

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    One done (above) :

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    And the two are finished :

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    Changing of the CPU waterblock jet plate :

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    The old one (right) and the new (left) :

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    Waterblock's maze and chipset's radiator :

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    GPU waterblock :

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    Sleeving :

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  17. Briaireous

    Briaireous What's a Dremel?

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    Very nice and very impressive camera skills :)
     
  18. Maximilian

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    Absolutely outstanding photography, looking great.
     
  19. Cyril06

    Cyril06 paradyse.conception

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    Thank you guys :)

    Noiseblocker PL-2 fan :

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    Custom 3pin extension cables :

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    Today, working on PCI-Express cables for the GPU's :

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    Here is the stuff for custom length cables :

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    Wires are crimped and ready for sleeving :

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    The first one is done :

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    The second :

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    And all the four cables are ended :

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