Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by fangame, 2 Nov 2010.
Fantastic mod . +rep if I can
I put my project on pause until July because the final exam of high school start the 16th june, and I must revise...
Hey! it's been a long time!
But now that the exam is complete,
I will be able to restart construction of the Fury project...
Just for information, it's been a month and ten days that the system works
So about fifty open/close cycle, and everything works perfectly....
I'm so happy
OMG i cannot belive i missed this log b4 :doh:
truly and epic scratch build, your metal working skills, attention to detail and implementation of the cusotm fan by controller and especially the top air fins controlled by the internal temps is just insane
Rep for this amazing worklog Fangame. And there is nothing "newbie" about your modding skilzz or this case wel done
So I have just sell my configuration in socket 775 today
I think buying this setup for my MOD and I would like to have your opinion on:
Motherboard: EVGA P67 Cheesecake
CPU: Intel Core i5 2500K
GPU: ATI 5870
RAM: 8Go DDR3 Gskill 1600Mhz cas 9
HDD: Samsung Sinpoint F3 1To
SSD: Crucial M4 64Go
So, if you have any opinions on it ...
Thank you in advance!
powerful stuff! But instead of the M4 SSD, go for an OCZ Vertex 3, and get a GTX 560 Ti
I agree with the and the and the . This is a very well thought out and constructed chassis.
Ok, Thanks for your tips on the SSD!
Just, what do you prefer in the Vertex 3,
I never had a SSD so I do not know their positive or negative point ...
And for the graphic card, I had got the 5870, last december for christmas, and I bought it on Ebay for 150€ , I think it's a nice price/quality rapport...
Thanks for the compliment! Hihi
Impressive design, impressive metal work and excellent performance in overall.
Alienware have nothing on you!
I just wish I could do something as awesome as this!
As expected the photos of the work made this weekend,
To begin, I installed a CCFL on the top:
Normally, there must be another CCFL in other side of the fan,
except that his wire is too short
And I must use a wire with silicone sheath
due to the high voltage running through the wire.
So I have to go buy this wire...
So I painted two pieces, the side cover which is placed next to the door, and a cover placed on the front:
Then I glued the plate:
PS: Sorry for the dust on the photo, I have not look this when i take the shot...
Then I painted the top grid:
Once the grid dry, I marked the holes emplacement of the fins rack.
And finally, I pasted the grid this morning...
New update, photo of the top grid and painting of PCI bracket.
Here is the pasted grid the other day:
And now the pictures with the system of fins:
And then, I had recovered PCI brackets on an old PC case:
So I have first scratched with sandpaper,
Then I have set a first layer:
And finally a black satin paint layer:
Here, they are installed in the case:
Finally a small photo of 6 "32 screws that a person has send me.
They will be used to replace the 3mm screws I have used to fix my HDD...
I have come back to my holidays yesterday and I continue the work tomorrow, picture soon!
I look forward to seeing some updates .
It's nice to follow my project!
Here is the work I did earlier this afternoon,
So, I don't know if you have seen this but my CD and my Rheobus was not so horizontal,
It was because a bracket of the support is shorter than the other...
So today I removed the rivet, then I inserted two washers between the plate and the support and it gave me support right
The washers may not be beautiful but they are hidden
so not too many problems ...
Otherwise, I made another mistake, in a rush, I welded the mounting brackets of the lateral door "fury",
forgetting to cut the lateral/front cover,
So, I cut the surplus in my door to get a good square:
And I bought a piece of sheet metal to rebuild my cover...
Hey! New Update ...
First, I want to thank Stefan of the newly Swedish company Djungelapa for its support,
The company dedicated to PC modding manufactures and sells rigid or flexible sleeve, black screws or fan grids...
I invite you to visit their site very well done and well stocked!
I wait impatiemment the package,
with which I will sleeving all my power supply and
I also want make all the SATA and Molex cable at the good size...
I have chose principally black sleeve that I complete with white and red sleeve
to recall the colors of the new motherboard and air cooling system!
I will post pictures of the products when I received the package!
Again thank you to Djungelapa!
hehe i see that a good friend of mine has helped you with your nice project , nice chose of colors, you wont regret the awsome quality of sleeve that he sells? did you btw ask for regular sleeve or the Fabric-look sleeve???
dem fins! looks cool mate
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