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    looking good so far + rep

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    Great to see each stage as it happens

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    wow so much cooler than i originaly thought....
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    you tease!

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    She is looking fantastic my friend, keep it up.
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    Thanks a lot guys. I appreciate the support.

    Update time.

    Today I decided to finally fabricate the mount for the Pico-ITX waterblock/pump.

    First I made a prototype from cardstock at 1:1 scale.


    The I busted out the dremel and attacked a scrap piece of aluminum - left over from an old Lian-Li mod.


    After an hour or so of hand filing, a couple quick bends, and a few holes drilled we get this:



    It's then mounted to the pump/waterblock:



    If you'll recall I did some modification to the stock Pico heatsink. I've now finished off these mods with a few counterbored holes:



    The waterblock is installed onto the stock heatsink





    Finally this entire assembly is mounted to the Pico-ITX board - which is already mounted onto a bracket holding its PSU/IO/HDD. The entire thing can now be mounted into a standard 5 1/4" drive bay.




    The whole thing still needs some final edge cleaning and most likely a coat of black paint - other than that she's all done.

    Thanks for reading - more to come soon.

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    Default Re: Project: PrometheusCu

    Very, very cool! Can't wait to see what's next!

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    Every things looking great. The aluminum really stands out. Can't wait to see more. +rep

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    I am really impressed my friend, fantastic ingenuity . Also love that CF BTW.

    I can't wait to finish LEXA and try to get my own PICO board for my new mod.
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    that's some mighty fine bit of modding there, bud.

    +rep bigtime.
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    @Mach - Thanks! I still have much in store for you my friend.

    @mittelmeier - Thanks man, I appreciate that.

    @The boy 4rm oz - Thanks a lot mate. I'm stipulating that Pico's (and their successors) be a standard in all my projects hence forth.

    @Dane Bramage - Thank you very much.


    A simple question to Corsair has led to a some new developments which I will elaborate upon once the parcel arrives. This mystery parcel will be shipped tomorrow (hopefully).
    I have to give a HUGE shout out to Robert from Corsair... who has been a massive help - even after that time I accidentally called his cell and woke him up (time zones are a pain). THANKS ROB!

    Also some news from Mips
    That RAM Freezer 4 has been reengineered and now supports Dominator class RAM. This new trinket was shipped out yesterday and is on it's way here from Germany as we speak. As an added bonus this item will soon be available from Mips if anyone else is interested.

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