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Case Mod - In Progress [Team Cooler Master]Der Zwerg aka the Dwarf [Game City]

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  1. ronny78

    ronny78 Active Member

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    Welcome to our Worklog "Der Zwerg aka the Dwarf"

    Cooler Master choose "namealwaysinuse" and me "CapTen"(ronny78) to exhibit our projects on Game City in Wien and to do a live mod from 2.10.-4.10.2015.

    namealwaysinuse will publish his project MasterChief-Edition there.

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    And I will exhibit the Dreamy Water there.

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    Der ZWERG aka the Dwarf

    is a Master Case Pro 5 which will be transformed into a MATX Case.

    This is completely new and no one have seen it before.

    I don't give that much information because it will be a big surprise, so just sit back and relax the details will be published soon. ;)

    Most of the used products we will get directly on the fair and we will publish the complete work log after the fair.

    Maybe we can do a few worksteps before to hit the timeline. If we can do some things you will be up to date in this work log ;)


    At first we will present the awesome Master Case Pro 5. The live pictures you will get directly from the fair.

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    Also there will be a awesome water cooling system in it

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    Thanks to Aquatuning for supporting.



    Hardware:
    Case: Master Case Pro 5
    CPU: Intel Core i5 4670K
    MB: Asrock Z97M Killer
    RAM: 8GB HyperX Fury Mermory White Kit
    GPU: AMD Radeon R9 Nano
    NT: Cooler Master V550
    SSD: 240GB HyperX 3K SSD

    Kühlung:
    CPU: Alphacool NexXxoS XP³ Light - Plexi Nickel
    GPU: /
    Pumpe: Alphacool Laing DDC310 - Complete Edition - schwarz/Acetal
    AGB: Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 15 LT
    Radiatoren: 2 x Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm
    Lüfter: /
    Anschlüsse: 12 x Alphacool HT 16mm HardTube Anschraubtülle G1/4 - gerändelt - Chrome
    Adapter: 4 x Alphacool HF Winkeladapter 90°
    Alphacool HF Doppelnippel
    2 x Alphacool HF Doppelnippel
    Verrohrung: Alphacool HardTube 16/12mm Plexi (PMMA)
    Liquid: /

    Tools and accessories:
    Alphacool HardTube Heat Gun Pro 2000W
    2 x Phobya LED-Flexlight HighDensity 30cm UV
    diverse Phobya Flex Sleeve



    More? Soon! :rolleyes:



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  2. ronny78

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    Ok!
    The Aquatuning Packet arrived on Friday!
    Had to something to make room to unpack it at all and can take pictures.:cool:

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    that was exciting again

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    So I got the stuff only once all taken something under the microscope

    Die Alphacool HardTube Heat Gun Pro 2000W

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    Then the Alphacool NexXxoS XP³ Light - Plexi Nickel CPU Cooler

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    Is part really difficult to see in the shop , but the really good like me :love:

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    the Alphacool Laing DDC310 - Complete Edition - schwarz/Acetal

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    now the Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 15 LT
    I like also very good despite the size .

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    all had to be married the same times ;)

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    Now the Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm
    Since it tingles again , it can not expect things to build in :d

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    And finally, all the connections , angle nipple and Hard Tubes course .

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    Of course, I could not tear myself together and immediately had to begin work.
    Prepare all necessary parts for painting.

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    everything degreased with alcohol,cleaned and roughened with 600 grit paper the surfaces .
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    and off we went with the paint, a layer Primer Please

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    and 2 layers of white

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    The result :love:
    Very cool, the pumps cables were also sleeved equal,then so I could pack everything again and prepare for transport

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    thats it, let's see what's coming so ? :p
     
  3. TeofiloDesign

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    Nice. Very nice. White radiators are so beautiful, and the white pump is also extremely cool. What fans you'll use to cool these radiators?
     
  4. ronny78

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    Hy, thank you, i dont know.
    I think Silencio FP fans.
    I let me surprise.
     
  5. ronny78

    ronny78 Active Member

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    Hello!

    I have new information on the hardware and get the starting post adds . :thumbsup:

    CPU: Intel Core i5 4670K
    MB: Asrock Z97M Killer
    RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB Kit
    GPU:/
    NT: Cooler Master V550
    SSD: Kingston Savage 480GB
     
  6. ronny78

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    Lets go:

    So , first time starting to Vienna,do not ask how , but somehow I get everything into the car . :D

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    arrived there was of course immediately unpacked and set up ;)
    "Dreamy Water" survived it again , incredibly , I worried every time .

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    the Cooler Master stand

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    After everything was ready , we unpacked first, of course taken the Master Case 5 Pro under the microscope

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    Day 1

    For the conversion into a MATX Case we chose the Case 6cm in length and in height to cut .

    So was the first the front and rear expanded .

    But plenty of rivets had to be removed .


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    then was on both parts , well thought out separated 6cm on unimportant points and riveted with deposited metal remains back together

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    now even the Mainboardtray away and also reduced by 6cm

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    Next, it was time to upper, middle and lower part


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    Since we had fairly strict conditions in the town hall , because we had listed all separate with the Dremel and needed for good 10h .

    The case is made ​​of steel and thus has cost us plenty of cut-off wheels .

    As repeatedly found live presentations in the stands instead we often had to take breaks because of the noise
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    Finally, the case looked like this

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    even if it believable almost 20:00 or 21.00 clock was all transitions were still filled with liquid metal , or bonded .

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    late at night then a test with the adhesive base so there are no nasty surprises the next day and again a small view of our booth stand
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    unfortunately there was a problem with the liquid metal , it was not hard.
    That has cost us valuable time later because almost everything had to be sanded and scraped out again .

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    on the last picture for a little fitting mainboard , here all joints were already filled with 2 / K polyester filler .

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    So tomorrow then the day 2 at Game City in Vienna! :rolleyes:
     
  7. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Pretty fancy hall. I'm betting they didn't let you paint in there.
     
  8. ronny78

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    it was forbidden but I did it anyway



    Tag 2

    While we thought about how we adjust the body cover , we have the motherboard cooling removed and prepared for painting .


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    Since I had actually planned the whole day for painting and we were not on schedule just , I do not have long thought and separated the upper part in the form of housing.
    Because the look reminded me a bit of a DTM Spoiler I smooth left him like that.

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    At the front of the two drive bays were removed and somewhat minimized.

    I have two parts with epoxy joined together again and later revised even with polyester putty .


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    While we the Case for painting prepared ( degreasing and tape ) many still some small conversion to work .

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    The grommet of the IO panel was no longer available .

    After a short test as a lot of space of 240 Radiator , I flexed a recess to carry out in the Radi Tray to the cable .

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    Now the IO Panel also did not fit into it and came to the radiator tray in the way , so we had to shorten it somewhat

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    Since we were not allowed to paint the town hall and outside too much was going on , I have dedicated myself to the Windows .
    The dimensions were determined for us already , so I already had the right Acrylic glass GS sheets at .
    Opal white back wall and side wall transparent.

    So I had only put the holes and cut a thread in the housing .

    Since I had the opal plate nor Dreamy Water left me was no longer clear what degree they had .
    Unfortunately, it is 0.5 cm too small, I have taught them .


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    Now I have found a quiet place in the open and have primed the Case



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    Then it was dark during the priming and it was much too stormy.
    We have come quite well with the Security Fortunately , so I simply decided after hours to pack the state in film and painting at City Hall.
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    Really good photos then has probably made ​​no more , it was just we 24.00 clock were all ready , hungry and tired , of course .
    So let's see what we can achieve in the day 3. ;)
     
  9. ronny78

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    First of many thanks to

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    2 Weeks before

    To impart some individuality to the whole project I have experimented before the event a lot and I finally decided on this Reservoirs Holder.

    I'll show you once briefly what and how I made it:

    First time I have different acrylic tubes and rods concerned and this then cut with a circular saw on the measure.

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    This was of course at the first attempt wrong, so I had my idea again modify and improvise

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    2 rings I had already cut, now even 2 sockets that hold the rings and connected to the case, trimmed

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    Now the bearing surface of the base rounded so that the rings may fit in exactly

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    then in the right places holes set and cut thread.

    All outer edges were also sanded (to 600) and burred.

    actually the rings should be flush with the base (3cm) but the rings have become a bit too narrow.

    More material I had not, even if I could grind and polish the base still Conical I do not know what awaits me at the fair, and whether the space is sufficient for ever.

    that's already, here are some pictures of it

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    Here you can see very well that the holder outer edges to the reservoir and complete the inner side towards the front tapers obliquely, so that the holder does not cover the whole Reservoir

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    So, what happens next you learn soon! 8)​
     
  10. ronny78

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    Day 3

    The last day, I had a lot of plans and A lot of material here which would be processed. ^^

    First I built a cover that the whole area should dress next to the motherboard right and Conditions highlighting something.


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    Chic it looked then, and if the first time is Illuminated properly :p

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    Since the time again just so run away I oriented my goal also mainly in the installation of all components. Then you can still see what we can do.

    The hardware and the radiators have found their place so it went to the ala Freestyle Hardtubing.

    Installed CPU Cooler, all connections mounted times and forged with some brainstorming in a team laying plan.

    Since no 2 16er ports you get on the cooler next to each other we had to work with an offset

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    That reminds me that absolutely did not like, it had to somehow be obscured what I think I also did a good job.

    The installation plan and their benefits play here again only a secondary role. 8)

    The right front Radi had to be rotated so that the connections are below

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    and then went off, acrylic tubes turn in front of an audience, it looked masses of people tound

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    and for whatever reason, as I now turned all started already at their booth pack. grrr

    I have after the last picture even bent the last pipe and also began my stuff to look together and pack

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    really bad, no LEDs installed not Fill Up, I had to refer still black and white film at the Windows.

    But well, Cooler Master slapped me to finish it before the case take.

    So the dwarf is now in my living room and waits patiently for completion.

    Because of course I could not let it stay I've done a lot already since.

    Many things also liked not at all but let's start simply times to me:



    one week later


    The first thing I do not like the radiator bracket from the inside, as everywhere even the mounting points are to be seen for the drive bays.

    So the thing gets first a cover:

    Taken and bent into shape dimensions

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    then cut

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    somehow some air should there come through so I could even play something with the routing machine again

    briefly considered a design and go attack, more than wrong, it can not :p

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    looks really desolate, the tape was an absolute failure

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    but I like it!

    The cover is later when all other covers are already covered with white foil.

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    then had to leave the red PCI slots, what are we doing there?

    COVER! :p

    Looking for an 8mm thicknesses board I thought was really just a board sandwiches in my apartment?

    Incredibly,

    2mm polystyrene had to serve for it, then I'll come over / under the Slots still at the transistors / VTs past

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    Yesterday I finally managed to polish the edges of the windows

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    Originally I wanted the window so sticking with film that The manhole is covered below.

    Since I have the case now here I am building for acrylic Visor

    The large aperture to the right of the power supply is already finished and have not got a photo from the building.

    For this to make it better to push in position a small handle fro.

    The design I have taken from the front

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    a small scrap bent into shape and frosted

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    the area under the power supply also tells me not to, so also tailored for a small aperture

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    From below, I have adhered to the small aperture a small spacer so it does not fall off, and thus to the large aperture a spacer for Radi tray it will not slip backwards.

    Both with Acrifix, the handle is attached so that later, but only after the film's mood.

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    So now a few nice photos from the current state.


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    Oh, and the M was also part of my preparation, but I do not like, just to much.

    That comes next disassemble out again.
    yes the upper Conditions Holder is over wrong. ;)
    and the NB and SB cooler I also want to again rid of their color and see how it looks without anodising.
    Remove tape When all the paint stuck to the adhesive tape, which is why we again see a lot of red edges.

    So I'm hoping for feedback from you, and lots of useful tips and ideas! :thumbsup: ​
     
  11. ronny78

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    2 Week´s later


    lets go on:

    All cover were covered with foil

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    I need about 90 minutes

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    even if I am less satisfied with the quality I find the idea of lace

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    I had experimented a Little with Cover for the IO-Shield

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    what comes here? I transferred the Asrock Design on all Cover

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    Now I need a new cover, which previously sat the DVD drive,

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    most parts I cut with the Dremel, since does not change the width and the blade is too wide ,I did it so

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    was quite a fumbling, the clip function should be preserved,So I could not cut away more of the clip.

    To get to the measure ,I had to take away from the frame struts still half

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    then everything is fixed with tape and glued with epoxy glue back together

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    the grid felt the same way, first cut

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    then folded again

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    match

    That was my only way to take over the honeycomb design, I find it even better than the original. ;)

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    So, then I had to think of something for the handle, the views of the radiator looked only half-finished.

    So here some acrylic glass cut and bent (determined 4x)

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    I would have greater no longer get it in, but one side of it still could see the whites from the housing interior, I remained quite the grille style:

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    Here I've been the film it and it should then be glued from the inside

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    the dust still attached with superglue

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    like me who wants it detail pictures must only screaming

    This whole black and white contrast mach photographing really not easy.

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    Now the worst, The Mainboard cooler was not particularly successful in Vienna, and remained the paint on the tape hanging and you could see the red anodized next to the label.

    As I moved into the cover with foil I got the cooler just down time in Nitro thinner and let time work for me.

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    it came as it should, I could take out the cooler then blank again, even better, the label broke up what I could even now working in two colors.

    then the cooler were given a bath in drain cleaner

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    and after a short time was all Blank

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    from the surface liked the cooler not particularly polished I have sometimes a portion, but not really suited for Mod / Mainboard

    So painting as planned

    The letters I have stuck to tape so they do not fly away while spraying ;)

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    saw only times from chic but also has not really worked.

    When removing paint has flaked from Chrome and looked even after fine grinding still made unclean.(had imagined shiny outer edges)

    So again in Nitro Bath and down with the color

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    a two days later jumped me to bed a shining point ?!

    I did not know that there was a point for the O XD

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    ok, cooler painted white, scuttle the handle also'm slipped with the Dremel.

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    Now came the hardest part, it Glue the letter again.


    So I have got it taped a straight line set and it put the parts in position

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    Then I have another piece of tape placed on clean blow to the existing and thus received all the letters

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    so I was able to rake in the back with very very little superglue in peace

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    and then stick the tape back on impact against the other, press briefly and wait and carefully remove both tapes again

    and ready

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    here again looks like a couple of pictures of it all together:

    2 UV Flexlights I also set several times but every time I came home, they were again somewhere in the Case.

    So I have now fixed with epoxy adhesive.

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    Let's see what's coming​

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    Sorry there are so many technical terms and my English is rather modest.
     
  12. ronny78

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    As already mentioned , we finally get a GPU .


    Thanks so on

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    who agreed to make our project a AMD Radeon R9 Nano
    available, without which it would have been Unable to complete the project,because the space for the GPU is severely restricted.

    That reminds me only the remaining watercooling components are missing here are some pictures of R9 Nano:

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    Here is the comparison with a AMD Radeon HD7970 GHZ

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    Somewhere we could still muster a white 140s Coolermaster fan, which I also installed more.

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    have a few images found ;)

    so the beta is completed, now only the GPU needs to be integrated into the circuit.

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    Hello!
    Go on.

    The GPU cooler has arrived this week, A picture is worth a thousand words :cool:

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    believe the package is not yet final, everything does not fit properly, was rather just crammed.

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    but a vacuum-packed cooler:

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    so after I had ordered material to create a beautiful backplate to manufacture (aluminum and various screws)
    I wanted to run some tests on an old side part before.

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    then I got this idea

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    right up my alley!
    (why not I got the idea already in my table?)

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    So the LEDs only times so placed that they are no screws in the way.

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    then set the cutout in the glass hobbyist and everything still matted

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    then everything coated with silicone and clamped in clamps,

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    Here is a picture with the 140s Fan

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    and here, right glued one with the decorative trims on the IO panel

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    This weekend I'm going to paint the backplate and see how far I'll then nor with the integrated GPU. ;)
     
  14. Mpovh

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    Very very nice bro!!!
    Im happy to see others MC5s and internacional CMTeam members =)
     
  15. ronny78

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    Thx,I 'm happy to be here ;-)

    Soooo.... It has been a long time xD.

    So I'll go again in more detail to the first backplate .
    Before transmitting the layout I had the most anxiety when measuring I get always to large deviations .
    Since it is M2.5 screws counts each tenth .

    So I have , taken me by hatching , the measure from the cooler and mark everything .

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    which then only 3 of 13 screws did not fit I found pretty good. :D

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    So I did the other 3 still somewhat widened in the corresponding direction and you're done

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    Then I still got a better idea.with lit AMD Logo

    So the whole thing again from scratch Please

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    then printed and positioned the logo

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    Now cut out the inner section with a scalpel

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    now cut with Dremel

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    filed everything and sanded,
    Hobbyists glass cut
    Led set and re-glued with Silicone.

    The logo I have filled with resin


    and then painted everything

    Sequence as follows:
    1. Alu primer
    2. Motip Primer
    3. 400-600 wet sanding
    4. 2x topcoat

    And so the result looks :rock:

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    Ok I'm on the home stretch.
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  16. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Coming along nicely. There's no way you would have been done in 3 days. -Too much detail.:D
     
  17. ronny78

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    Thank you very much, update comming soon.:rock:
     
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    go on.
    As always, nothing went according to plan, but what would life be if everything works always. XD
    So, at first I have to R9 NANO Gpu Cooler installed with backplate.
    For that I had to cut from 5mm to 3mm spacers

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    this I have attached with superglue

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    Now I was able to AMD R9 Nano disassembled

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    then everything properly cleaned

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    applied thermal pads and paste

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    After that, everything is screwed together and forgot to take a picture. xD

    The PCIe cable had to be edited

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    so you can not see the cut ends, I cut an end cap of a Satakabel and it glued

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    As a back panel as I had at first described times, a completely white acrylic panel, which indeed 0.5cm was too small.
    I've recently completed a in the right size but ordered the wrong color chosen.
    That was frosted glass.
    So surely it should remain in to the small disk.
    But fate sometimes do not want to play.
    Shortly after I had laboriously polished all cut edges, I wanted the screw a little wide.
    This course went well in the first 3s but the fourth did not want to.

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    wonderful, all the work for nothing, so I had to take the frosted glass, as the case next week to go back to Cooler Master again.
    As you can see in the photos later this decision was not so wrong.
    So here now polished the edges again and set all screw holes.

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    Here is the chaos from behind! ;-)
    But sense this photo is the Chrome rim on the front which I already had

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    So the wait is over!
    Here are finally the finals Images!
    First, a few glances around the Case

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    Yes unbelievable but the Windows is on it :cool:

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    Some stickers are not for everyone,
    but you know this is a Showcase which is taken next year on several events
    and there it is advantageous from a distance and each side to see what it is here. ;-)

    Oh I forgot to mention. The CPU-holder and the lid I've at some point painted white and the
    CPU-screws black.
    White lighting I've also thrown in a remote control with dimmer. Relatively cheaper than a handsome Switch ;-)

    so and here the insights into the deep heart of DWARF! :)

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    I hereby wish you all a very merry Christmas,
    happy holidays and a Happy New Year



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