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Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by n0tiert, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I have the paint but my wife was nice enough to get me a Z68 board so that kinda pushed me in the direction of sandy bridge. I may still paint the wire mesh on my case red and keep it like that until I get another ROG board but when that will happen I will never know :(
     
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  2. n0tiert

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    my DIY tempsensors panel for the watertemp of each loop

    using 2 of those Phobya Red Tempsensors:

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    and this Phobya Frame:

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    they are not connected to the bitspower temp sensors yet, i need to get some black 2pin molex (male) connectors
     
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  3. t_ski

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    You can also cut the wires and solder them together. That's how I did the one for my system.
     
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  4. n0tiert

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    i know, but with connectors you can easily disc. them .... just ordered some since i need a couple of 2,3,4 pin connectors for fans, temp, harddrives anyway .....
    also i need to replace the HDD cage fan into a red one

    since i had no luck with cathodes i´m trying now the smd leds to bring some light in the rig
     
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    Ooh that is one awsome rig you got .Nice work. :rockout:
     
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  6. brandonwh64

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    Those are real nice temp sensors!
     
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    Loving the temp sensors. :rockout:
     
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  8. n0tiert

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    some few updates....

    i bought a Lian Li C-02B CD/DVD Bezel, from it compatible list , it wasn´t usable for my case but it´s fit perfectly ! all you had to do is, dismount all 5 1/4 slot covers, hdd cage, add cd/dvd in the slot (push all way in to have a bit of room in front) slide the Bezel right side in(bottom due mount wings on each side of the bezel) center it from the front, and slide it up to position, push the cd/dvd back to the front, done.....

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    added a Aerocool Red Sharks 120 to the HDD cage...


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    also i added some fan covers on the koolance shroud (there where non included), if you buy them , make shure they are bended a bit on the mounting screw, since flat once won´t fit

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    next followups will be the Window sidepanel an the front door.... i already mentioned that i found a company that does window mods , after the holidays i´ll send him my sidepanel and the front door

    on the front door i thought about cutting out the temp sensor area covered with dark smoked plexi so you´ll always have a view on the temps without opening the front door or leave it open.....
    on the sidepanel only the area of the ssd/board/ res till upper rad will be shown and on the bottom right it will have the ROG logo engraved.... the plexi will be also dark smoked so if the rig is off you´ll see none......

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    Not doing your own window?
     
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    Ahh ok. I missed that part. Should be pretty sweet then.
     

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