Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by l3p, 21 Sep 2013.
Coming along nicely. Love those radiator grills.
Sorry guys if you feel that way
Thanks for the compliment!
Thanks immensely coolamasta
And another thanks to you Cheapskate
It's a bit hard to show them even more .. but seriously .. these are the coolest grills I ever add (if you add the fact you can change the inside panels to any material, inside shapes or color you want)
Heck ... these should be on the market
Am I seeing this stuff right? Let me just go wash my face again.......
Definitely seeing right, that is something else man! Something else!
My god... you are a MASTER.
I wish I had the time/skill/knowledge/money to pull off something HALF as good as this.
Hopefully we can help this progress
Really glad you're helping out Justin
Back to the Benchtable.
It still needs some extra holes for tubing and wires.
Also on top
And tubing on the inside.
Completely forgot there were still red buttons in the desk
So ordered 4 new green ones from Highflow.
Also bought a print from a forum user there, will be able to use momentary switches to switch all lighting on and off with led notification.
So also replaced those
Extra hole for a fillport in the 'firewall'.
Also drilled the 2 quickdisconnects in the desk, tight fit.
What a mess ..
Here is where I noticed I was going to run short on fittings.
Glad Vincent from Bitspower was able to help me out.
And another small step further
Best thing there is .. finding this on your desk after a long day.
Bitspower Enhance Multilinks. Love them .. compression fittings for Acrylic.
Already made one for Cross desk but need more power.
With this all the fans, lighting and pumps will always run, no matter if there's one of the pc's is running or both.
Also connected all 14 fans to the Lamptron controllers.
And some sleeving
Not going to sleev the cables out of sight .. just too much lol
The top Lamptron is to switch Ledstrip.
Bottom one to control the Bitspower RAM MODS which will be under the GPU's and reservoirs.
Mounted the controllers and used some glue on the back to hide the bleeding light
Off course .. a Silvercoil.
Between the GPU's
Also changed some in the middle
More coming soon!
Looking good Peter!
I love this build. It's big and everywhere you look there is something going on. Just how a computer should be
This work is really awesome! Congrats!
After desk builds have been ruling my life for 4 years.
These kind of videos make it worth it
Thanks a lot Red Harbinger and Richard Surroz!
Great stuff Peter and hats off the Beavis
Ice Ice Baby
Will it ever stop? Yo, I don't know!
That's awesome Peter
this is truly astonishing!
So we're playing shakespeare in the park now?
"Doth mother know, you weareth her drapes?"
On a more serious note, looks awesome.
Touche, oh ill be gotten mistress of the rep/ they slayer of wanton threads.
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