Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by x06jsp, 4 Jul 2008.
So i started off today by cutting and mounting the supports for the front of the psu housing.
I then mounted the back of the dvd housing to make my first complete module
I then got to mounting the acrylic on the mobo housing
the all four mounted
Thats it for today though unfortunately
Hope you enjoyed it
good job Can't wait to see more and more keep it up
One module on its own looks amazing, all of them together, well...
lol awesome thanks
Ok guys got a small update for you today...
I started off by fixing the mobo tray on to the backplate and the back plate onto the rest of the mobo module
I then marked the acrylic for the window for cutting
and cut it to size
I then just tweaked the frontplate of the hdd module to fit better
and secured it
This front isnt finished yet, as i havent yet bought my 4.5" holesaw.
Thanks for looking in.
Awesome. The build is PERFECT! can't wait to see more from you buddy. Keep modding. Good job.
Oh and guys i just weighed this as it is now with all the panels that arent joined not including most of the supports and some other bits of acrylic and it weighs 11.5kg!!!! lol think what its gunna be with all the supports other acrylic and all the hardware and watercooling!!!!
Hmmm still it will look awsome!!!!
Btw, you can always order one of those to get you to a LAN if you need to:
Lol Thanks darkstyle
I agree with darkstyle And that will make you look like a PRO! I mean it will make them think that you are coming to kick asses not learning
I'm worried it will buckle around the mounting posts. You might need to have a big board under it when you move it, like some kind of school science fair project.
...Which reminds me -How are you going to get this thing from room to room when it's finished? It's looking like it will need to be a transformer to me.
It's awesome looking, and not just in a spine crushing way, BTW.
Lol thanks cheapskate, and once it is done it will be going into my room before any watercooling or hardware goes in it on its own desk then if i ever need to move it then i will probably have me and another person at least with a board... lol
looking nice are you sure you don't want to buy a crane, station it outside your house, and make your window that bit bigger so you might get it downstairs without killing yourself?
lol im sure ill manage with it as is lol
Have just ordered my 114mm holesaw so i can get all the fan holes cut out and i have also ordered more socket head bolts. this mod has used up over 100 allready!!!!! lol
I like that top window idea Josh, Nice progress going on here!
Sweet. Good job on the backplate area. This thing's coming together, and you'll need a small country to occupy to house it!
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