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Old 11-02-07, 12:31 PM
markkleb markkleb is offline
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Project CrossFlow II

Ok I realized the other day there was not enough time to build a completely new case for the Lan (next Thurs ). So I am going with my original plan a copy of BadAss but PIMPED OUT!!!!!

I am gonna be stingy with the picts till next week but here is whats going inside.

Mobo is DFI 590 W/X2 4200

Memory is Corsair XMS2

Good Ol iMON W/Remote Control

Hdds are a Pair of WD 160s in Raid0

PC Power & Cooling 510 (modded of course)

LiteOn Slotload laptop DVD

And for a GPU a EVGA 8800GTS, I was gonna go with SLI GTSs but figured my CPU was a little weak for 2 of them.(my poor 7600GTs, off to the closet)

For cooling the ChillIt hasn't showed up ( I knew it was too good to be true) so its gonna be H20. I am using a DangerDen dual 80mm rad with a DD DDC+ Pump(with a modded top) and Apogee CPU cooler.

The case is gonna be Candy Red with smoke end panels.

Here are a couple of picts I will show, on this comp I made the mobo tray I/O 1 piece out of Red Plastic with the PS mounted to the bottom of it with the soldered wiring.



Here is a shot of the HDD/DVD rack showing the controllers for the PS Voltages


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Old 11-02-07, 01:23 PM
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looking sweet, New Yankee Workshop hasn,t got a look in.
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Old 11-02-07, 01:45 PM
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is that a slim dvd drive off of a lappy?
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Old 11-02-07, 02:29 PM
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is that a slim dvd drive off of a lappy?
Yes, I got a slotload so the front would look cleaner and it allowed me to use a pair of HDDs.

And the hole to the left is for the coolest looking fan ever..

This version Is smaller than a Microfly, about 2" less deep and 1/2 less wide even though I am using H20 and a 8800GTS.

The controllers for the PS voltages have exposed contacts



So I covered them with Shrink tubing



I think I pretty much have the bottom done I just need to paint it. Here is a pict showing the DangerDen dual 80mm rad

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Old 11-02-07, 03:19 PM
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Bloody hell MArklleb!

That is bloody awesome! Keep up the good work matey!
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Old 11-02-07, 03:34 PM
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very nice, i love the idea of the pots h/e for me id proboly slip on one and crank one up too high, thus psu and whatever component attached = gone. think it would be pretty cool to have a cover over it something like this, i know its not a switch but.
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Old 11-02-07, 04:08 PM
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You have to rotate them a bunch to do any damage, a quarter of a turn is like .01V.
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Old 11-02-07, 05:16 PM
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Great fitting on the RAD Mark, nice work

What did you want me to do with the other thread?
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Old 11-02-07, 05:42 PM
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Thanks Kempez, check out how I fitted the fan (hows that for a intake to cool Mosfets/Memory)

and I didnt want you and ai_01 to think I had forgotten you so I used a alum handle



The loose wiring is for the iMON that goes behind the front smoke panel.
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Old 12-02-07, 12:26 AM
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I dont have a lot of time to mess with the 8800 but I felt I had to do something. I will be curious to see how the temps are affected. Here is the stock exhust plate (it must block 50% of the heat trying to get out)



I removed the plate and molded the top to aid flow. I have a bunch of filing left to do but you should get the idea



I have a Silenx 80mm fan on the back side blowing cool outside air over the Chipsets and into the 8800GTS cooler. It will be cool to see if it helps temps.
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