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Old 25-03-13, 11:39 AM
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You do good work dude , it almost looks store bought.
Great job.

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Old 25-03-13, 07:38 PM
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You do good work dude , it almost looks store bought.
Great job.
Oh thank you! Nice to hear!

Got some work done today again.



HCP here on the forum thought I should make a harddrive bay in the same design as the case. So heres the result.



Which one of the harddrive bays do you like? I cant decide really.
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Old 25-03-13, 10:32 PM
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1st one and I LOVE the design, it's so simple and elegant it really is a joy to look at
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Old 26-03-13, 10:10 PM
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1st one and I LOVE the design, it's so simple and elegant it really is a joy to look at
Thank you! But Im sorry to say that I went with the second design.

Made new cutouts of the second design, this time for three harddrives. Sanded down the edges and ofcourse painted it white. I think Ill go with this design actually, I asked around what people thinks and its 50/50. But when the case has this round, smooth design it feels better with a similar harddrive bay instead of something with raw edges.

Second design rev 2:





In the case





It kinda looks like a smaller version of the case. Ill go with this one!
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Old 27-03-13, 03:43 AM
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great job on the curved plexi....thats not easy to do right!!! i had the 3-ion-t i deluxe too....wasnt a bad lil board for what it was....mine was mounted in a NES tho...
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Old 27-03-13, 06:59 PM
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great job on the curved plexi....thats not easy to do right!!! i had the 3-ion-t i deluxe too....wasnt a bad lil board for what it was....mine was mounted in a NES tho...
Thanks! Yes it works good for movies and music, but got kinda slow when I was checking internet and so on. Oh NES cases, love em!
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Old 27-03-13, 09:37 PM
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Nice little system u made there C4B

Eager to see your other build....
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Nice little system u made there C4B

Eager to see your other build....
Ill start a project log for that as soon as this one is 100% finished.
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Hey!

My new motherboard is here! Finally, without the i/o shield though so I had to get a new one from ebay. However, I installed the new mobo and this time I need to use a picopsu so some sleeving was done. Now you can see my harddrivebay in action!

Whats in here???





Open it up and tada!





Goodlooking cooler!



Im pretty satisfied with this harddrivebay.



I cant decide if Im going to go like this, with sleeved cables, or hide them all under the harddrivebay and motherboard so only the sata cables is showing. What do you think?

Cheers!
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Old 03-04-13, 08:06 PM
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I think U would end up with a more uniform look with all braided white/blue cables. However i think the actual routing of the cables is good as is.
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