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    The floppy drive is no longer obsolete. AmEv's Avatar
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    Sorry *blushes*

    Congrats, though!
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    Thanks everyone.

    More work is coming. Just need to finish a review today and maybe I can get some pictures up.

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    I didn't take many pictures but here is the midplate. Took me 2 tries. Good thing I bought extra acrylic.

    I'm going to send it out to have a honeycomb grill cut into it where the PSU exhaust is.


    I sleeved the rest of the tubes.


    Finished the 2nd 8pin CPU power cable.


    Came out OK.


    Got my 950


    And installed it.


    Got more fittings. You can't see where they go but I was able to use some Q fittings to make a drain port at the bottom of each rad. I also was able to replace some silver fittings with black ones.


    Got a RAID card! It works great but sadly, WHS can only recognize 2TB partitions. So I had huge issues at first but for now it just gives me the ability to have 8 more HDDs. It also helps with cable management.







    Now for some pretty pictures. (best I can do atm)





















    So the system is filled up and running now. I got WHS v1 installed and things are going smoothly right now. I just have to finish up the midplate and install the rest of the temp sensors and then I can call this mod complete!

    Hope you enjoy the photos. Cheers till next time!

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    Not gunna lie, that's looking pretty awesome!
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    Will have another Aldersan pic in a bit.
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    Default Re: Project: Honeycomb

    Nice...I like the orange/black contrast...
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    Looking good! I'm loving those sleeved tubes more and more!

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    I agree with the above, your color scheme is beautiful! This is one elegant and sleek machine.. Good job

    -Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldersan View Post
    Not gunna lie, that's looking pretty awesome!
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Neodymium View Post
    Nice...I like the orange/black contrast...
    I too like it way more than I thought I would.

    Quote Originally Posted by SXRguyinMA View Post
    Looking good! I'm loving those sleeved tubes more and more!
    Kier gave me the idea. He's not the first to do it but I thought it would look good because Orange UV reactive tubing isn't very sexy looking.

    Quote Originally Posted by jdbnsn View Post
    I agree with the above, your color scheme is beautiful! This is one elegant and sleek machine.. Good job

    -Jon
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Project: Honeycomb

    Small update.

    I drilled the HDD holders to allow 4 more drives per side.


    Now I need to figure out how to get more air flow. I'm thinking of cutting out a chunk of the side of these and maybe a slit between the 2 holes but I'm not sure yet. I play with it a bit this weekend.

    Quick photo of the case.


    Cheers till next time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuganater View Post
    I'm going to send it out to have a honeycomb grill cut into it where the PSU exhaust is.
    < Laser Cutting available if interested. Doing some lighted case badges for Aldersan this week.
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