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    Thank you man! Glad you like it I LOVE to make something noone have seen before

    This will be the last update this week, and its just a little tiny one I am curently waiting for some parts that should have been done in the 3d printer, but it is broken again... This time it was a little bit my fault But lets not tell that to anyone



    This is my humble workshop Or, when I need to do something, I make that table there lol... This is also where I take most of my photo´s



    I took a piece of scrap acrylic and cut out a square,







    This fittet right into the psu hider (lets just call it that for now)



    And then the top plates goes over. When a pattern is cut into this, you will then see the acrylic behind This will of course be backlit
    is that a 120.9 raddy on your case, or are you just happy to see me?

    METO V.1
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    Project M8 [WIP]

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    Default Re: project M8 (CaseLabs M8 workstation build)

    Bump for update? + your pics are bbbbbroke

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    need some plants in that green house.

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    Pics were broken duo to server swap And I am not really a "plant" man

    Finally! My package arrived

    But first, lets have a look at some other stuff I did:



    First of all, I will be swapping the EK D5 tops with other ones, since I do not want to be told that I used the wrong fluid if something went wrong with them -.-



    I also made a top for the printed part. Dont know if this will be the final one yet, but I think so.



    Under UV, it looks like this. When painted black it will not shine trough this much





    Also made another plate for the back holes with M8 printed into it.



    And a go trough thingie - will show more of this in a later update



    And then these! 390 Euro worth of radiators from Aquacomputer!!! These puppy´s are the BOMB!



    Multiple in and out points - will come in handy later when routing hoses!



    Since these things are build as 140 mm radiators they barely fit! With barely I REALLY mean barely.



    As you can see here, barely means that there is less than a mm to the wall Because of this, I have to modify the motherboard tray.

    Thats all for now fokes Next up - Makin two radiators connect without hoses!
    is that a 120.9 raddy on your case, or are you just happy to see me?

    METO V.1
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    Project M8 [WIP]

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    Pictures are still broke dude... please fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuganater View Post
    Pictures are still broke dude... please fix.
    pictures are fine here
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    Ditto...

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    Sorry must be the work. They don't like the host your using.

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    My server was down duo to a server swap So I dont think you are going insane bro

    Time to get on with this, so it will be somewhat ready to S7 Lan at my school

    First of all, I have been busy with some other stuff that I will post tonight, or tomorrow But i will give you a teaser:


    Anyways, on to the big and expensive thing that I am about to cut holes in


    So, as mentioned earlier i had to cut off a piece of the mobo tray to make it fit with the radiators.


    Also had to cut off the two thingies that I think is supposed to hold some feets for the mobo tray, if you want to use it as a bench table


    Like a glove! Fits lovely in there!


    So, got my hands on some raw material! From this,


    I made this. But what is it? I will show in a min.


    First, I cut a hole in the case This hole lines up with the radiator in the other side. You see, instead of connecting the two radiators with tubes, I will just connect them with the piece shown in the previous pic.


    So just put it in, make it go into the radiator on the other side aaand...


    Mount radiator number two Saves me a couple of fittings, and it looks darn clean!


    Here you can see it connected to the two radiators

    That was all for now fokes. I have some dye coming in, so that I can hopefully colour the 3d printed stuff in a real black, and not some brownish like the last dye I got
    is that a 120.9 raddy on your case, or are you just happy to see me?

    METO V.1
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    METO V.3
    PC-Beto
    Project M8 [WIP]

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    Default Re: project M8 (CaseLabs M8 workstation build)

    I've been hoping for an update on this. I wish we had LAN parties when I was in school

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