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    Default Haf-x mod

    Hi!
    Here I come to show my mod project for haf-x I have currently.
    My idea is to do something like:






    Obviously because these colors are not too distant future I switch to clear hose with red liquid blood.
    Currently my PC is scrapped but it was something like that before disassembly:






    1str Day


    After almost completely disassemble and remove the hdd bay:






    pump and reservoir:







    Laing Thermotech ECOCIRC D5T Strong/810N






    MAGICOOL AGB 150mm








    Tomorrow I upload photos of the aluminum sheet buy today, in theory going to be a custom psu cover like the first photo.
    We'll see what comes out ..: D



    2nd Day


    This morning I was with the aluminum sheet to make the psu cover and leg cover 5.25 ".
    Here are the pics before start refine:











    after refine and present them to see how it goes...









    As you can see in the last photo, this reservoir and the ssd in different positions to see which is better


    3rst Day


    Today I gave thread to see if something moved.
    As I wrote before I had to change the position of the pump and reservoir for aesthetics more than anything (besides had no other compressor 90 to match reservoir-pump) so I had to put the reservoir hung back and the pump below the PSU COVER.


    First of all amure While aluminum chapon





    After measuring, marking and cutting to make the hole to pass the hose down and go to the pump.
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    This was finally:







    Tomorrow is to finish the hole for the pump and start sanding sheets to be best:







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    4th Day

    Today I dedicate to complete the circuit pump-rad-cpu-vga-reservoir-pump.

    Seeing that the PSU cover was not decided whether to spend hauling in the "L" that anchor the grooves that brings the haf-x factory. In fact he had not done before because I thought would look good but no, I did not like aesthetically.






    I also had to put screws in front and moving a bit:



    to finish the hole to pass the mouth of the pump:





    Now screw the pump to display and measure to cut the hose:















    Finally after placing all







    Now place the ssd is in the top 5.25 "(bottom not like me any way), paint and any other paint.


    5th Day


    Today it was the ssd


    Trying different positions for the above I decided to put it as originally planned, at the top of 5.25 ".
    A measure and holes:







    Then make the cavity to pass the cables:




    in this last photo shows a calculation I did wrong because I had to enlarge a couple of holes


    Finally:






    Now the hard part I play so far is doing the same cavity in the cabinet and not passing through any other side:





    After a good time to hand filing was more or less but the important thing is that the wires run:




    Finally for today .. presented'm something like this:






    A preview of what will be painted aluminum sheets, flanges and bolts:


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    6th Day


    Today it was sanding and caulking to aluminum sheets








    as seen in this last picture bigger plate had many imperfections and pores..
    no choice but to stay put putty:







    Tomorrow should finally be ready to paint.


    7th Day


    Yesterday was a day of sanding, painting and cleaning.





    That ended plastic putty sanding


    Then I had to apply red putty to refine the details:






    After painting and cleaning












    8th Day


    Today with all painted finally start putting together:





    Applying foam weatherstripping to the plastic holders to not scratch the reservoir:








    He also had to paint the DVD reader .. : D



    For good measure a preview of how it goes with everything mounted leaving without wires:









    Surprise of the day .. want to place the SATA power cable to the ssd I find that the font is backwards! probe with molex to sata adapter but does not go straight:



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    9th and last Day
    Today at the end I could finish assembling everything without complications ... yeah!
    First the correction veneer ssd service to come good cables:





    While the paint was drying take advantage to drain the circuit



    This morning I finally began to build and was able to finish the HAF-X Mod V1.0




    I had to get it out so that the photos can be more clearly










    Well that's all for now, hope you liked. Greetings!


    aesthetic mini update:











    If I get time before the end of this mod contest, I'll put transparent tubing to appreciate better the blood red liquid, change compressor, black 230mm fan and why not a dedicated rad for the vga card
    Also will update ssd and 480 SLI vga.

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    As promised has been update.
    First go with the photos of new acquisitions:







    Sandisk Extreme 120Gb RAID0







    EVGA GTX 480 + XSPC RAZOR FULL COVER BLOCK (soon)

    More Pictures: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/1...47497899917217




    Phobya G-Changer 280








    That's all for now as I can not build until I arrive backplates for 480 SLI.
    Tomorrow I will be working with the new rear cover 5.25 bay

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    Today I dedicate to the Bay 5.25.
    It's just for aesthetics are not wires:









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    Hello people ..
    Today is the turn of the 2nd Vga.
    Disarming:









    With full cover block:











    Now wait the backplates ...

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    Well folks backplates finally arrived!!
















    Now just wait the things from USA ... anxiety kill me!!

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    looking good. nice mod!
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    WOW Very nice mod my friend Excellent pics as well. Your time and effort is paying off in a superb build/mod. Thanks for sharing
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    That looks awesome.-.
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    Nice looking mod there bro. Good job. Looks like you may need to touch up the paint on the SSD cover. It looks scratched up in that one pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    looking good. nice mod!
    Quote Originally Posted by Rick44 View Post
    WOW Very nice mod my friend Excellent pics as well. Your time and effort is paying off in a superb build/mod. Thanks for sharing
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    That looks awesome.-.
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    Nice looking mod there bro. Good job. Looks like you may need to touch up the paint on the SSD cover. It looks scratched up in that one pic.
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    Some really nice work I am very impressed

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    Thanks Folks!
    Yes Rick, you've said!
    Cyberburnout, Thats rigth my fiend, I have to tweak various parts of the mod, is only a presentation to see how it looks..
    Cool. I didnt think you would leave it that way. Great job.
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    Great looking mod so far, cant wait to see it finished!!

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