Hello to all boys, here I am back with a new project, very different from my standard made-scale "reduced" as the PSPC (computer inside a PS1) and the newcomer, the cub8 (mini-ITX case that I upset the inside to mount a 240mm AIO). I also take this opportunity to say that the project will take inspiration from my current PC, to which I gave a touch of elegance that was missing, Kathrine.
TfT, the name of the new project, to which the name refers to the two "towers" on the sides of the case.
Here are some render illustrating what I want to do.
Liquid cooling: WB CPU: XSPC RayStorm WB VGA: EK thermosphere Pump / Reseivor: XPSC 750 Tubes: Coolforce by Nanoxia Fittings: Coolforce by Nanoxia Liquid: Coolforce by Nanoxia Radiators: 2x 360 60mm
The changes that I will do, as you can very well be noted: -double Radiator 360 push / pull -Motherboard Rotated 90 ° with I/O on top -MidPlate Ad-hoc -Colours Main Black / Silver -Sleeve Of all cables -Front And back in mesh
Pending the arrival of the latest components, I begin to introduce the new SSD's flagship home Transcend, the SSD370S.
Some features: Metal body (Hence the "S" placed at the end of the classical model SSD370) Capacity from 32GB to 1TB SATA III 6Gb/s
BIG ENTRY: CoolerMaster! Thanks again Alex for giving me this wonderful product of CM's House . Let's start off with the fans, the Silencio FP 120.
AAAH, my favorite.
CM STORM MECH
Complete of I/O inputs 3.0, aluminum, mechanical,fully backlit,fully programmable! Love at first sight!
Another pearl Cooler Master, the mouse Reaper! Although it is part of the Aluminium Series characterized backed aluminum
Ultimate accessory CM, Pulse-R. The last component of the Aluminium Series There comes a cable with volume control in line to connect our devices to our Headset. The LEDs (Yes, has led) are powered by the USB port. The microphone is removable.
Serving me a sheet of zinc courtesy of a carpenter friend of my father: D I have stretched the background that will later-wrapped. I also started to draw prospective slots for SSD.
Now I have made this, a cover PSU plywood 4mm, is the first time that I enter into a carpentry work and since I'm used to with Frex,, you can well understand the smell of wood floors that has spread in the room :
Despite everything, serving me some angular always in wood, came out just like I wanted it! I am satisfied :cooldude:
I created a second bracket, built primarily for two purposes, in addition to further stiffen the structure: Bring midplate to "level" and supporting a second bracket that you will see later
Later I began to place the SSD in place
Under the midplate, took into account the dimensions of the tank / pump and power supply, I placed a cage for HDD slide (probably taken from some pre-assembled)
Serving me a bracket made from a profile "L" I raised the cage to allow the HDD to enter and exit without hitting the houses
Rehearsal (That will clamp removed, the angle must be adapted to the tank / pump)
Finally, these are the supports for the SSD viewed from behind: Two bolts M3 holding the SSD retainer to a sheet of 4mm plexy which in turn is held by two other M3 bolts that hold it to the latch plate of the mobo. It is also backlit by a white LED that "separates" in a sense from the background.
Any defects in the cuts will be covered by the film which will play all the "background"