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Case Mod - In Progress Silverstone TJ11 Carbon.....Final pics

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by kier, 6 Jul 2011.

  1. mnpctech

    mnpctech bit-tech sponsor

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    Simply Stunning :rock:
     
  2. skreenname

    skreenname SFF Forever

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    That tubing is how watercooling should be done.
     
  3. Scrappy

    Scrappy Mod in progress!

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    This looks extremely nice! Great job! i have been followng this very closely... im glad i did, Well done mate!:thumb:
     
  4. Tungil90

    Tungil90 What's a Dremel?

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    Wow! Nice Build! :) Look stunning....
     
  5. kier

    kier -----------------

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    Thnx you guys, and thank you Bit-tech for the motm nominee
     
  6. p0Pe

    p0Pe gief cake?

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    Well desserved:)
     
  7. LooseNeutral

    LooseNeutral What's a Dremel?

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    I gotta tell you. You won me over with that pict of your wiring to the mobo a little bit ago. Now seeing the care you've put into the watercooling connector alignments and tubing.... man 'o man.. this is a beauty all around! Not used to broadcasting my vote but you got it!... heading there now :)
     
  8. kier

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    Thank you my friend, I think it's not only the outside, but the inside and details needs just as much attention.
    Thank you for the vote
     
  9. djzic

    djzic Bokehlicious!

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    congrats on motm, got my vote, and by the way you're winning ;)
     
  10. Stem83

    Stem83 Addicted to modding.

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    Its the straight pipework that makes the difference with the watercooling.
    Another visual feast of a build... You really know how to make a clean system.

    I think we should see some Kier and MnpcTech teamwork in the next mod!
     
  11. pHuR1u5

    pHuR1u5 What's a Dremel?

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    Mate...

    I have been browsing these forums for a while now, your case has forced me to register just so I can compliment you on what an amazing job you have done. Your attention to detail is phenomenal and the worksmanship is unsurpassed.

    You have gotten me thinking on what case I should try to mod! (probably destroy!)

    Keep up the brilliant work.
     
  12. kier

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    Thank you very much, just start modding my friend
    Start small, measure twice before cutting and read as much as you can.
    And I know you will succeed
     
  13. Kovoet

    Kovoet What's a Dremel?

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    Colours are right, neat and very clean. Awesome mod this.
     
  14. capman

    capman What's a Dremel?

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    Looks great your rig

    Out of curiosity would a pair of 420 radiators instead of the 360s have enough room in that case with a PSU at the end?

    As a 360 and 280 are comparable in respect to surface, would a pair of 280s give you even more room at the end? It seems to me that the grills in the case sides are 14cm in width. And you only need 4 instead of 6 fans.

    Why are you not pulling in the air on one side of the case and blowing it out on the other?

    Regards
    capman
     
  15. kier

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    Thnx, and yes it's possible to put two 420 rads and a psu
    Only 2 x 280 rads? but there,s a lot of space left then, to much I think

    I dont want the "hot" air coming out the first rad into the second one
     
  16. Angel OD

    Angel OD Pump Killer

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    I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I'm not really a fan of the carbon look.

    But this is just hands down epic! Which is also why I voted for you in MOTM. :thumb:

    And how you find time to just spit these amazing mods out all the time! Damn! :)
     
  17. KoSoVaR^

    KoSoVaR^ Professional Sleever & Modder

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    Looks good !but i dont think the hddcooling is necessary at all :/
     
  18. kier

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    Yeh I know ;) but it looks great
     
  19. ciberjack

    ciberjack What's a Dremel?

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    the owesomest MOD! really its great!

    i have some questions. [​IMG] how u can eject the DVD's???

    you have explained how to make the aluminium pannels but u havent told the measures of it... :(
    @kier
    im buyng this case and i want to make the same mod (with some differences) if i want maked the pannels from you, un can do this? how many it cost me? thx :)
     
  20. kier

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    Update

    Great news......did almost all the sleeving, a hell of a job. Only a few more sata and usb

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    And I was busy with the loop in the lower section. used the Y fitting for draining and to the rad

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    Almost finished with the BP links

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    Maybe you've noticed but almost all the red on the motherboard is gone......pci-e, red button and the red sata. Did this with black film

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    Next step is to make a slot in the tray for some cables like the power led, switch, usb and other stuff
    So time for Dremel action

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    And finished

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    Placed the hardware back

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    Not finished yet, I mis the yellow line

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    So I've cut a piece of the yellow acryl

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    Again used some black film

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    Paste it and cut out the lines

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    And placed it on the tray

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    Still waiting for the last fittings, hopefully next week and then.....................fill up the TJ ;)

    Grtz.
     

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