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rather then buying a new full size ATX...

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by AnomalouS, Aug 13, 2008.

  1. AnomalouS

    AnomalouS

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    Wanted to buy an ATX Full Size case but they were like $250 for a decent case... So instead I bought some 1" aluminum rod and drilled, tapped and there it is...Rad mounted on the bottom side of the case.
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    This is what I have been messing around with lately, building a few acrylic tubular reservoirs... Soon to be for sale, custom sizing available.
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    thats mint man i wish i had the tools and the money
     
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    thanks, its a work in progress...
    Considering on milling some 3/4" lexan and more or less making a plexi box or case around the bottom... Tossing ideas around with co-workers...
     
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    ya that sounds good u vould also make like aa ait tunnle to the rad and have a large fan pushing air into it
     
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    i love it!
     
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    That does sound like a great ideal, nice mod
     
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    thanks, I am working on a few ideas.
     

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