Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by p0Pe, 13 Apr 2011.
That res looks sweet with fluid in it dude!
Dude stop it, you make the rest of us look bad!
Looks absolutely amazing. I'm sure all you hard work will pay off in the end.
Quick question: How will you get the Aquaero 5 to handle 16 fans? I've done the math with mine and it simply doesn't add up. And I'm using the waterblock, which would allow for slightly bigger load than the aircooled heatsink. You're not even using a fan on the heatsink, so...how?
Your absolutely right You cant win every time
Haha not a chance with the mod you have going
Well. I am going to close my eyes and hope for the best
On a more serious note. From what i can gather, the Aquaero 5 can take 1.65 amps per channel, and 5 in total. Thats 20W per channel, or 60W in total. My fans is not going to swallow so much
Shame though, I'd love to come & drag my jaw around the place gawping at all the awesome rigs in the flesh & meet Europes finest.
Well, we have one less of those since you are not coming
Absolutely love the reservoir dude, looks fantastic.
I got the last wires for the motherboard box done last night! And it magicly all fits in the box I must say, that things looked a bit impossible when i started, but it went over all expectations.
Will update with pictures when i come home
You could have hung out with me and the wife Wayne, maybe next time
Well that's good news still looking good for the 7 day deadline then?
Well, as i dont have the weekend, i will have to have this baby done by friday So i guess you and i both have our work set for
So much prettyness loving every bit of it! And I like deadlines. Then we get lots of eye-candy
They should all be taken to the gallows and hung at dawn.
Looks fantastic and great attention to detail
It will come in buckets!
Yeah, dont really fancy them either
All wires in their place, and ready to some soldering.
After soldering, and all snugged into place. Mind you, this is a TIGHT fit!
And put onto the PSU. Its a bit hard to push onthere, but it is doable.
And put onto the motherboard tray. Also crimped the 8 pin PSU connector. A "hider" for this, like the 24 pin and 6 pins will be made after i get back from berlin. For now, this will have to do.
and from the back.
I should get a PSU tester tomorrow that coolerkit.dk have been so generous to send along with a few other things. If it dont yell at me, things can be put together!
Now to finish this puppy up!
Thanks a million to Michael from www.coolerkit.dk for sending me some emergency parts!
Excellent, bet your well chuft with this superb evolution of cable modding.
Those PSU testers are very handy, so glad I bought 1.
Sweet - Mr. Buje worked his magic
I am STOKED about it Cant believe i made it fit!
Yeah He is a nice guy!
Got the motherboard done last night! Almost CPU block on, gfx on, motherboard + ram etc on, and guess what?
I would say its a neat little fit
I am off to work now, but will continue when i get home. So expect another update tonight
Awesome job, Are you going to paint those guidesor will they stay white? And can you tell where you got that ATX wire tester?
The plan was to reprint them in a different material, but i do not know if i will get the time for that
I got the wiretester from www.coolerkit.dk Just search for PSU tester
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