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Old 13-09-12, 11:28 PM
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Old 14-09-12, 08:27 PM
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Hello Guys!

Sorry for an late update, but better late than never....right ?

I started to take the case appart more, this time the case feet and handles. They had to be gone becaose of the rivets who are placed behind them and need to be removed so that i can take the bottom piece appart.



After the drill it looket like this



Here you can take a look at the simple modification that i did, that piece touched the endtank and didnt let me to allign the rad with the holes, it also didnt let the rad to stay flush with the front. Could you think that a 2mm piece of plate could do such difference?



White rivets fromMDPC-X, a lot of them !



Then it was time to rivet everything together, i also did the motherboard tray, went like a charm!





Something i am doing meanwhile!





That was the update for tonight everyone :dremel:!
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Old 15-09-12, 08:05 PM
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Nice job putting it back together, looking forward to more
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Old 15-09-12, 11:33 PM
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Nice going Kosovar.
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Old 18-09-12, 09:38 PM
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Nice job putting it back together, looking forward to more
Thanks you, it was a pleasure

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Nice going Kosovar.
Its has gone very well so far im very glad that the rads actually fitted into place!
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Old 28-11-12, 11:17 PM
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At last update!
As I longed, I apologize that I could not have done this in the past but have completely honestly been busy.
I have a large amount of sleevearbaten that must be done before DHW2K12, and it has Sloat down my process for the project when I velar have relatively functional for the event. I hope I can get it together before then, otherwise I just run with my temporary system.

Aja think about it, this may not be a huge update but I would anyway show what I managed to do so far and I hope that you are content with it

What I had to do is put up a temporary rig for the radiators and there are two steps that I use myself out to get all the dust inside and **** from rescuers (on the inside).

I started by getting there a little fittings and connect all the radiators in series.







Besvarar samtidigt en anonym fråga, och svaret är ja moderkortsplåten är lackad på undersidan



The first step is to clean the entire system with warm tap water for 2-3 hours, it is usually enough very well, in the meantime, I took and turned the entire chassis and different directions and shook greatly to get any dirt, metallic particles, solder etc to come off radiator graduated inner walls.







I also made a small clip where I demonstrate how I set up everything:




When this part was top, so to speak, I began part two where I do almost the same thing but now I clear my entire system with distilled water, in order that the oxide does not form inside the radiators but also to get a second thorough review out of it all , here I turned on the case, and shook it in the first part out of the treatment.
What I usually do differently right here is that I use water out of the vacuum cleaner to quickly get out all the water, and I let it on for 1-1.5 hours to ensure that all the water was gone from the radiators.
Overall, I did so myself of 3L distilled water during the whole process and the clip I show with the little I had saved in a small bottle, vacuum cleaner learn to let some but you see what happens anyway.

Here's a small clip on the other part out of cleansing:



As you can see in the pictures it has been almost 90% dry throughout the system and allow it to evaporate the last of the drops, simply as that







That's all for this time
Peace out!

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Old 28-11-12, 11:34 PM
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Whoa, those fittings are the best looking I've ever seen. Great work.
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Old 29-11-12, 12:29 AM
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Looks great dude, those radiators with the copper fittings look the nuts! I'll be sure to keep an eye on this one.
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Old 29-11-12, 06:07 AM
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Looks Amazing Dude!
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Old 30-11-12, 12:33 PM
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Whoa, those fittings are the best looking I've ever seen. Great work.
Thank you, I were about to go for white ones...but it would just have been too much, i will blend some copperbrown into the sleeving aswell to give it some more contrast

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Looks great dude, those radiators with the copper fittings look the nuts! I'll be sure to keep an eye on this one.
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Looks Amazing Dude!
Thank you

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