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Case Mod - In Progress SR-2 STACKER - 'Completed'

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by coolmiester, 21 Aug 2010.

  1. chocolateeminem

    chocolateeminem New Member

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    If you want someone to look after that I'll keep it, I'll even pay the power for it!
     
  2. Roboduck

    Roboduck 01110001 01110101 01100001 01100011

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    I love the look of the logo! Laser cut or did you do it by hand? I would be tempted to not to fill the logo and leave the exposed aluminum.
     
  3. rjkoneill

    rjkoneill New Member

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    the above is true

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  4. Yaka

    Yaka Well-Known Member

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    agree with this fella
     
  5. Big_malc

    Big_malc Well-Known Member

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    looks like laser cut and orange perspex back could be wrong
     
  6. compmodder

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    OMG.....I saw all those Bitspower fittings and I had to go change my pants......twice!!! Absolutely love them in black
     
  7. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    I quite like seeing the look of the logo cut into the front as it is. The thin line of the silver (alu) does a great job of highlighting the name.
     
  8. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    I don't think the black and silver will fit with the final mod but i'll see.

    Decided to make a replica motherboard tray out of yellow plexi so i could align all the stand-offs to the motherboard rather than straight into the metal tray itself so if any adjustments needed making i could do it in the plexi rather than the tray itself.

    Dropped in a couple of old graphics cards to make sure it was all in the right place and all the measuring and double checking paid off as all 11 stand-offs were in the correct position in the plexi so it was a simple case of just using the plexi as a template laid on the actual motherboard tray to drill the holes for real and jobs a gud'n apart from a bit of patchwork needed around the back panel.

    Also couldn't resist a couple of block shots with the Bitspower fittings :rock:

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  9. Razer2007

    Razer2007 Building Proxima

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    Wowiii. looks good.
     
  10. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    I love those hella old school Gainward cards your using as test cards, 8800GTS's I believe :D.

    The board looks great with the blocks installed, I have never seen so many fittings on a motherboard before haha.
     
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  11. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    LMAO, those are 7800GTX........that was 700 quids worth of cards back in the day :D
     
  12. Gtek

    Gtek Doesn't raise the bar; he IS the bar.

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    This looks mental! :lol:
     
  13. The boy 4rm oz

    The boy 4rm oz Project: Elegant-Li

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    Dah, of course they are 7800GTX's, the fans on the wrong side to be an 8800GTS lol :wallbash:. Brain faid from posting at 2am I guess lol.
     
  14. rakesh_sharma23

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    Sexiest fitting ....
     
  15. Djayness

    Djayness phwupupupup

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    Ah now thats what I'm talking about :) Are those mega huge risers?
     
  16. Autti

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    Any more info on that mini cosmos case?
     
  17. Kojak

    Kojak Who loves ya baby

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    Looks mean as hell with all the waterblocks on :jawdrop:, Love what you've done with the rads, love everything about it :thumb:
     
  18. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    It fits \o/

    The new motherboard tray is 365 x 395mm as appose to the original at 335 x 350mm so for the tray to still remains functional and still removable i had to adjust the rails in the case slightly.

    Was a pretty easy fix by simply adjusting the height of the top rail with a bit of cutting and a new little bracket riveted in which all looks a little rough at present but should be fine once its all stripped down and powder coated but all in all i’m happy with the fit.

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  19. Kovoet

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    AAAh man it's looking good bud. But still loving that Yamaha stacker bud
     
  20. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    That is starting to look really sweet. especially when the 2 cases are put together...Nice one my son:thumb:
     

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