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Old 05-13-2006, 01:15 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Ya Im thinking about water cooling it and sticking a radtiator in there.
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Old 05-13-2006, 12:16 PM   #42 (permalink)
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spensive spensive! $$$$


the only thing I know about water cooling is that DC5 pumps are the best...lol go me !
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Old 05-13-2006, 12:54 PM   #43 (permalink)
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I wouldn't stuff a radiator in there.. there's not enough air space and it wouldn't cool well. Radiators need a lot of air.
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It would be cool if you could hook a servo to the the 3 vents on the blower and depending on what lvl the fans are on depends how open they are and when the computer starts up it "revs" up. Lol stupid idea. :P
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Well I was just thinking abut the radiator idea. If would have the right amount of room to cool if I designed the blower around the radiator.

Ill have to see when I deside.
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LOL!! that would be great!

~push power button~

warrrrm warrrm WAAARRRRRRRMMMMM

EDIT: make sure you put some nice lights inside that blower thingy. it would look schweet.
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Ya, im going to add some orange/uv leds

heres what Im going to add on the side to start the blower fan.



the piolet switch will be soooo cool.
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ok.....
Heres my update for what I did this weekend.

Painting.
I redid the front fan grate and other stuff but thats not interesting and would only chew up bandwidth.
Heres the Case 1/2painted, Hd cage, and 1/2 the side panel.

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after (the color looks off)


front with bondo (doesn't look good)


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Old 05-14-2006, 04:24 PM   #49 (permalink)
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this doesn't have to do with my mod, but I had extra time between painting so I tried it.
as you can see, I really, really screwed up the top panel of the first case
so I this is what I did to fix it!

One, cut a aluminum sheet that fit the area that was "bad"



then set up your station!


then, go to work!



after a while with the mouse sander

and more time with sander (still need to finish it up)


I didn't get as much done this weekend as I wish I had but, time is limited.
till next update.
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No offence, but that last part looks really bad.

What you should have done, is put the aluminum you cut on the inside, then bondoed the top a little, sanded, painted.

Just wondering, how did you mess up that bad on the hole? What are you using to cut it, a dremel? If so, try a jigsaw. Then to mark the holes, put in a standerd fan grill upside down so the wires are inside the hole, and then mark the four mounting holes. Perfect fit.
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