Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by coolmiester, 21 Aug 2010.
If you want someone to look after that I'll keep it, I'll even pay the power for it!
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.
the above is true
agree with this fella
looks like laser cut and orange perspex back could be wrong
OMG.....I saw all those Bitspower fittings and I had to go change my pants......twice!!! Absolutely love them in black
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.
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
Wowiii. looks good.
I love those hella old school Gainward cards your using as test cards, 8800GTS's I believe .
The board looks great with the blocks installed, I have never seen so many fittings on a motherboard before haha.
LMAO, those are 7800GTX........that was 700 quids worth of cards back in the day
This looks mental!
Dah, of course they are 7800GTX's, the fans on the wrong side to be an 8800GTS lol . Brain faid from posting at 2am I guess lol.
Sexiest fitting ....
Ah now thats what I'm talking about Are those mega huge risers?
Any more info on that mini cosmos case?
Looks mean as hell with all the waterblocks on , Love what you've done with the rads, love everything about it
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.
AAAh man it's looking good bud. But still loving that Yamaha stacker bud
That is starting to look really sweet. especially when the 2 cases are put together...Nice one my son
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