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    Wow.. Its looking awesome.. When the plank is up, I see that the PSU is slightly above the wooden plank. Is this safe??
    CPU: Intel i5 3570k OC'd to 4.6GHz @1.170V; Mobo: MVG; GPU: Zotac 1070 mini OC'd to +210MHz/+205MHz; Memory: 8GB (2X4GB dual channel) Corsair Vengeance 1333Mhz 9-10-9-T2; SSD: Samsung 840 pro; HDD: 1TB WD Green 6Gbps; PSU: Corsair GS 600w; Case: Bitfenix Merc Alpha:Hybrid Octane in progress; Cooler: Corsair H80 closed loop cooling @ high profile;

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    It will be fine, I have another point of mounting that has not been installed yet.

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    Nicee... Seriously waiting to see how it turns out in d end.. As for now, its looking awesome and, I think its the only one, of its kind, to be ever built. Kudos for your innovative idea..

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    CPU: Intel i5 3570k OC'd to 4.6GHz @1.170V; Mobo: MVG; GPU: Zotac 1070 mini OC'd to +210MHz/+205MHz; Memory: 8GB (2X4GB dual channel) Corsair Vengeance 1333Mhz 9-10-9-T2; SSD: Samsung 840 pro; HDD: 1TB WD Green 6Gbps; PSU: Corsair GS 600w; Case: Bitfenix Merc Alpha:Hybrid Octane in progress; Cooler: Corsair H80 closed loop cooling @ high profile;

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    Ok guys, I am getting close to being done, last night though I decided I needed to re work a bunch of stuff to get the Wall PC right, so I ended up working until 3am on it then spent the next 3 hours after that ordering more parts. So much for this being a ultra cheap build ( Facepalm) Anywho on with the update.


    First off is wiring up the power and restart buttons, I am using a run of cat5 wire so that if I decide to get LED buttons later on I can use the extra 2 pairs for the LED's, Green is Power, Orange is Reset.







    Side note I found a great new way to use the little LED flashlight in my mini leatherman



    Now that gets passed through the wall and that brings us to the wall side wiring.

    First off the Fans, I am using a Phobya fan splitter.



    Now Cables you see here from left to right, Pump Cables,Power Switch Cat5 Cable then the Fan Power cable.



    Here is what its shaping up like on top, please ignore the terrible wire sleeving as I realized the stuff I have it just terrible and I have just ordered Paracord this morning. I also will be sleeving all of the Seasonic PSU cables as well, which will be a first for me.






    Now I also decided to replace of of the tubing with Tygon tubing as the Flexability will come in handy plus I get to use Mayhems Deep red Dye for a better color scheme







    Next up is test fitting my hard drive mounting solution, a Syba Dual Slot 2.5 caddy.







    Its quite light and should suite my needs quite nicely, I have a 1tb Spinner and a Intel 160gb SSD in the mail. I also have the wall pass through and a USB slim housing for a disk drive as well as a couple other things on their way. As always thanks for reading!

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    Ok guys, another big update.

    I had a bunch of stuff show up today including my paracord



    I will be using the 3 colors on the left.

    My 160gb Intel SSD and Samsung 1 Tb Spinner for storage.



    I also got more heat shrink, ordered a Crimp setup from MDPC. I also got deadlift1's Extensions for the DD res in.



    Thanks again man they did the trick perfectly!

    So with those, I had everything I needed to get this setup wet. I was super stoked so I started wiring up and sleeving the power and reset switches.



    Then disaster, as I was measuring out a wire length and I bumped the latch holding the tray up and slamming it down. The heavy water blocked video card ripped the PCIE 16x Slot right from the motherboard





    Now while this is frustrating, it is also entirely my fault, I had considered a better more secure latch but opted for the simpler setup. I am sad to see this mobo die before it even had a chance, I rather liked how basic the bios was and I also liked the built in buttons and display, however I picked this board cause it was on sale and I got it for a good price. I am undeterred however because I really do want to see the effects of cooling a CPU upside down and you can't try something that hasn't been done before without some risk . First priority obviously is a MUCH better latch and then a new motherboard, any suggestions that will go with black, red and grey and are fairly affordable please let me know.


    Well instead of posting a video of getting my system topped off with water and leak checked I leave you with pictures of a ruined motherboard but thats modding, some times it all goes terribly wrong and thats what makes it exciting . Now if you will excuse me I am gonna go to the gym and take my pent up rage at myself and take it out on some weights then have several pints spiked with whiskey.

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    Hey its sad to see this.. However, on a bright side, you still have one PCI-e slot left, you now have a test system to try out your cooling and, see if you can push it back in!! By the looks of it, I think you can just push it back in and, keep it as is for now! Still, great job buddy.. Its looking nice..
    CPU: Intel i5 3570k OC'd to 4.6GHz @1.170V; Mobo: MVG; GPU: Zotac 1070 mini OC'd to +210MHz/+205MHz; Memory: 8GB (2X4GB dual channel) Corsair Vengeance 1333Mhz 9-10-9-T2; SSD: Samsung 840 pro; HDD: 1TB WD Green 6Gbps; PSU: Corsair GS 600w; Case: Bitfenix Merc Alpha:Hybrid Octane in progress; Cooler: Corsair H80 closed loop cooling @ high profile;

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    A lot of epic FAIL videos are made before one epic WIN video is made

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    I'm sorry, dieseldog40! Hope at least the graphics card survived...

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    Poor PCI-E slot..


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    The graphics card appears unscathed and the motherboard is off to be repaired. Thanks for the compliments, dunno if I have ever been called dear before on a forum

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    THIS IS ONE AWESOME THREAD.....Following Right Now

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