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Project Zak's Hevy Plex SLB. Finished

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤, 21 Apr 2005.

  1. Pitbull

    Pitbull New Member

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    realy nice work

    nice led effect
    and lucky child!! :rock:
     
  2. advance

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    My dad has trouble fixing what he broke, tell your kid that he shouldn't forget what your doing now :)


    Great work, SUBSCRIBED!
     
  3. otispunkmeyer

    otispunkmeyer New Member

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    1) subscribed
    2)youve done it again....flipping fantastic!
    3)Lucky bastage of a son!
    4) antec really should hire you, their cases need abit more pizazz
     
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    still lookin good man, always loved the look of blue and red together, i dont know about the bottom part of the front of that case though, just not my style i suppose. but the rest def. looks good, maybe if you put a diff. plexi there or something? not sure what all you have planned for that but keep the updates coming. :dremel:
     
  6. mondriaan

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    If it turns out just like the HP-Resurrection II, then it will be a Super mod as well.
     
  7. DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤

    DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤ Well-Known Member

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    thanx guys,

    Thought it would be a shame to waist all the awsome mirror plex !

    So wer'e putting it to good use!

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  8. Leeum

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    Wow just wow :jawdrop: :clap: If you wanted, you could sand the anodising off that CPU block and polish it up to a mirror finish :hip: Would go nice with that mirrored plexi.
     
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    :waah: Beautiful just Beautiful
     
  10. white modder

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    looking cool :rock:
     
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    Very nice, i like the effects of your led on the plexy. Good luck for the end of your mod :rock:
     
  12. Chiron

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    Nice one! I was thinking about doing the same with my case...

    You might want to keep attention to the airflow on the motherboard with that cover, things heating up and stuff..

    And think about what awesome gob-smacking result you could achieve when etching those plexi sides :naughty: (without giving too much of my plans away ;))
     
  13. DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤

    DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤ Well-Known Member

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    Cheers leeum, soz no can do! thats a some sort of carbon not metal :)

    but we did make a cover for it and it just looked wrong!


    noooo thats alright chiron! i won't be etching anything on this or or any mod i do :)

    im glad your thinking of doing the same.

    air flow will be fine with the mb cover , HPRes2 has been working as a folding box 24/7 for months now with nps.
     
  14. IYIENACE

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    Only thing wrong with that is the pictures are too small to drool over properly :sigh:

    Seriously though, a couple of 40mm fans mounted on the sides of your plexi enclosure ala IG7-Max3 to cool the mosfets (and ram) would be awesome to see! :naughty:
     
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    DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤ Well-Known Member

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    i hear ya about the pic size! working on a new host atm :)

    ive just added a vent to the top of the mb cover, im 100% sure heat wont be a prob, the water cooling will take care of that.

    HPRes2 with its mb cover runs 24/7 in aussie heat, @ 30c on average with its cover fans off.

    If you look close @ one of the piccys we placed a "tunnel" type fan @ the top for a qik mock up.

    If heat becomes a prob we can always add this back @ a later stage.
     
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    Hey dude, if you want ill host your files while you find a good host, drop me a line at my email! And great work so far!
     
  17. Pitbull

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    You could call the case HIDE


    your slaving and all is REALY great :rock:
     
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    slaving.. oh god :D :blush:

    Nice mobo cover.
    You don't worry to much about it touching compononents and electrify everthing?
    Or you just leave lots of space at every angle to prevent that from happening?
     
  19. zapperfish

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    that case looks very nice, i think i might just have to stealth my mobo
     
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    Damn defyant... another kickass mod on the way :D :D :D

    i wish i was your kid!!!

    i love the mirrored plexi, it looks so damn sexy...

    loving the industrial look
     

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