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    Question: How much spacing is there between the bottom of the lower rad & the bottom floor of the case? (Just trying to figure the airflow pattern...& I'm a noob to WC, don't forget. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giannis996 View Post
    uh..sorry to bother you again but can you tell me whats the thickness of the aluminium you use? i have a router (my father) about 6m x 2m its a multicam 3000 but i have never used it for alyminium or steel...only pexiglass...and as im also modding my case i need to know if i can use it for cutting my pieces instead of sending them for laser cut.
    They use 5mm Acrylic, not aluminium

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    yea but for the back I/O shield???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giannis996 View Post
    yea but for the back I/O shield???
    1.5mm Aluminium

    So my apologies, it seems I was wrong lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giannis996 View Post
    uh..sorry to bother you again but can you tell me whats the thickness of the aluminium you use? i have a router (my father) about 6m x 2m its a multicam 3000 but i have never used it for alyminium or steel...only pexiglass...and as im also modding my case i need to know if i can use it for cutting my pieces instead of sending them for laser cut.
    As I think myk mentioned it is 1.5mm alu. With some form of tooling you'll have no problem milling this thickness alu on the CNC you mentioned!

    Quote Originally Posted by Skull6 View Post
    Question: How much spacing is there between the bottom of the lower rad & the bottom floor of the case? (Just trying to figure the airflow pattern...& I'm a noob to WC, don't forget. )
    There is no spacing, the rad is screwed into the case from the underneath

    Quote Originally Posted by Myk SilentShadow View Post
    1.5mm Aluminium

    So my apologies, it seems I was wrong lol
    Thanks for helping out mate ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by parvumsystems View Post
    As I think myk mentioned it is 1.5mm alu. With some form of tooling you'll have no problem milling this thickness alu on the CNC you mentioned!



    There is no spacing, the rad is screwed into the case from the underneath



    Thanks for helping out mate ^^
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    5th April Update - Rear chamber

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    Back again. Sorry for the lack of eye-candy; got to get the boring bits done to make the eye-candy better later ;D!

    We start with a little drawing:




    This is one of the two sections that will make up the back chamber. To hide some cables and enclose the fan controller. Remember there will be a side panel still so some of the boring white will be covered. Tools 45', 1.5mm & 3mm:






    Finished:



    With both pieces fixed together:





    The chamber installed into the back of the case, first use is to hide these molex and other junk in the top. We have actually had to ditch the custom res. We plan to make one in a different spot in the case. It was just to tight to run 4 tubes from the small reservoir AND 4 tubes to each pump. There is also talk of a GPU upgrade and perhaps introducing a rad box to compensate for the new gained power... but we will see!



    A helping hand to show you the fan controller in place:



    (The controller itself wont actually be seen, more fabrication to come)

    Some more photos of the chamber installed:




    And a final shot; there is some crazy stuff hiding away in that top chamber!!!



    See you all soon!

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    10th April Update - Tubing finished

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    !!UPDATES!!

    Hey guys, managed to make some real good progress on the build last week. Been staying at the warehouse after work till around 9PM often so going well!

    Not to much in this update but expect a fair few updates real soon. Filling the loop in the next update! Exciting....!

    We had pretty much the hardest of the tubes to do. Always leave the hard parts till last ! The problem you find here is that you cant really use acrylic tubes in such a small place with the connectors you are limited to (without bending the tubing).

    We had been determined to ONLY use acrylic tubing even though using a little bit of traditional tubing would have saved us so much stress.

    Tricky connection no.1
    Resolved with 3 different angle connections to make it work! ALMOST horizontal connection:





    Tricky connection no.2
    We got around this by using a double angle connection on the RAM block & the top chamber:





    And a final shot to show you the complete connections to the hardware:



    A more exciting update next friends. Finally fill the dual loop!!

    Goodnight, sleep tight!!

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    11th April, Mayhems in the loop!

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    So now for the fun part! In the loops we have mayhems red & white. The best fluids we've used. In honesty we don't do any fancy temperature or flow tests... as long as our hardware is at a suitable temp and it looks good that's all that matters here. All about aesthetics!
    As for Mayhems if you haven't had a look at the fluids you really should!!

    One colour for each mini res:




    We fill both loops at once here. All mobo power intact and no paper towl or anything to protect us from possible leaks.. we have far to much faith in what can be very tempermental fittings & acrylic tubing . Here are some photos I managed to get as we booted the system a few times:







    So we did go ahead and finish filling the loop but you can see a few other little bits before I show you thats.
    We made a start on the top layer. This is made up for a 5mm red then a 5mm white. Here is the red:



    We then cut the top from the white. The rog logo requires some very tight cuts. The Hole at the rear has a nice 120° edge cut and the entire panel had been cut out with a 45° cutter:



    A cheeky shot of the back with the red rear chamber installed. Remember there will be a second white layer to cover the majority of this:



    We then finished the side panel. Very similar to the standard S1.0. but just revaling more of the internals. The 'republic of gamers' text was inlayed with forsted red. Very fiddly to get the tolerance to actually work and get these letters installed without any cracking! Here are a few shots of the loop filled with side panel in place:





    With the white roof layer installed. We may actually inlay the ROG logo here with grey and red but its extremly tricky and we wanted to see how the cut through would look first:



    We will leave you with some nice shots of the case now both loops have been filled. This is really what the case was about. Redicleous amount of hardware and cooling:

    • Socket 2011 i7
    • 16GB RAM
    • 2 x 7870
    • 2 x 240mm rads (60mm & 35mm)
    • 2 x DCC pumps
    • 2 x SSD's
    • 5 Waterblocks
    • Over 40 fittings!!


    This all in a somewhat 'neat' mATX LAN rig. It really wasn't until this point we really got to see our our hardwork shine on this one. Will we ever straight tube cool a rig this small again? hmmm unsure.....












    Once again thank you all for reading. We hope these photos made reading and following so far worth while. We would say the build is about 90% complete now to be honest. We have since added a second layer just to strenghten the entire thing. Its MAD heavy and have a bunch of final touches. To have a few bits to finish. The PSU side cover which will inclose the fan controller etc. The top ROG inlay and case feet.

    Please understand these are not the final photos so if you do wish to share them wait for the best! We are heading to the studio Tuesday to get some super nice final shots together for you with a great friend of ours Tom Barnes. If you are into photography you should check out his work here. He couldn't shoot things any further away from computers but he can sure as hell make a fine job of them as well.

    Untill then! Have a good one!

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    Reallly really nice job there chaps. I'm gob smacked at how well it's turned out as i was expecting nice but nothing like that.
    I look forward to the rest of the pics to share.

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