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    Last edited by hothead; 03-02-2010 at 09:38.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Nice Geralt,
    Looks like the hardware needs a new home.
    Save the $$$ on the HK GPU block and get a new case
    Corsair Obsidian for you Sir?
    Thanks Bully!
    Oh, man i have wet dreams about obsidian but currently kinda out of cashola unfortunatelly. cars need to be taxed and serviced, bills to be paid ect. But maybe you could drop me something out of your famous bank robery??

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    Default Large Wooden Tower

    I was very fortunate to have been commissioned to build a large wooden tower case, to be used to hold a very large water cooled rig.

    The case was designed to contain an EATX motherboard, seven 5.25-inch drives and eight 3.5-inch hard drives. Two 120.4 radiators will be mounted in the top chamber





















    Thanks for looking!
    Rich

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    Wow, interesting

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    Wow very nice and unique!!!
    U made this case yourself ?

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    Welcome to Pure OC

    Excellent job on the case ! how much time did you spend building this, and when do you plan on installing a system ? We would love to see some photos when it's finished . By the way what's the measurements of this case H x L x W

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    Thanks for the comments guys!

    Yes, I designed and built the case myself over the course of a few months. If I ever get a chance to build another it would probably take a month's worth of late nights and weekends.

    Here's the list of characteristics and features of the case.
    Physical Characteristics:

    • Internal dimensions (HxWxD - inches): 26 x 10 x 25
    • External dimensions (HxWxD - inches): 30 x 13 x 30
    • Weight: 47 pounds


    Materials:

    • 3/4-inch solid red oak and 5.2mm red oak veneer plywood.
    • .100-inch sheet and 1/8-inch aluminum plate and angle.


    Storage:

    • Modular 5-1/4-inch drive cage capable of holding seven drives, four of which are externally accessable.
    • Two removable 3-1/2-inch drive cages capable of holding four drives each. Drives are attached to the cage through soft rubber grommets.


    Features:

    • The case is divided into three separate horizontal chambers, each fed and exhausted by a 120mm fan (the power supply fan is used as one of the exhaust fans). The front intake fans are fed by an air duct.
    • The 5-1/4-inch drive cage rails are removable.
    • Removable motherboard tray.
    • 2-3/8-inch twin-wheel casters.
    • A 1-1/8-inch gap between the right side panel and the removable "false" backs.
    • The power supply can be mounted in either the top or bottom chamber and in any orientation.
    • The upper chamber can hold two quad 120mm radiators.
    • Bulgin vandal resistant illuminated power switch.
    • Wood finished with black water-based stain and polyurethane.
    • Can be shipped flat or pre-assembled.
    I've also been commissioned to mount all of the water cooling hardware that would require any modifications to the case i.e. holes drilled, slots routed etc. Maybe I should start a project log somewhere on the forum?
    Last edited by Spotswood; 06-02-2010 at 16:57.
    Rich

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    Rich, make sure you post a work log, we would like to be kept up to date on this build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spotswood View Post
    I was very fortunate to have been commissioned to build a large wooden tower case, to be used to hold a very large water cooled rig.

    The case was designed to contain an EATX motherboard, seven 5.25-inch drives and eight 3.5-inch hard drives. Two 120.4 radiators will be mounted in the top chamber

    ((Bunch of awesome photos))

    Thanks for looking!
    That would make for an awesome Steampunk style computer.

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    Rich, nice work but you gotta put this baby on wheels. 47lbs without hardware installed, you won't be able to lift this fat sucker baby off the ground when you have all the watercooling and hardware installed. Oh man you will get scrota hernia try to pick up this baby.

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    Outstanding work Rich! Post a worklog, we have a section for it.

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    Nothing exciting. Just a snapshot I took of my Khaos for an NZXT contest today.


    Didn't notice until later that I'd forgotten two screws in the bottom fan grill.

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    I like the look of this case I wish NZXT had stuck to making their cases this way, let see some internal pics now.

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    Agreed. I love massive aluminum. The Khaos caught my eye with its refined shape. And I haven't given up hope yet that Johnny Hou will release a few fresh designs in alu.

    As for internals, you'll have to wait. I'm still waiting for small bits from Indiana, Belgium, and England to arrive so I can finish it up inside. Once she's all purty, there'll be pics.

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    Well, I really should have waited until I'd finished rebuilding the Khaos and done a work log, but I have little to do today so here's a few shots of the things I'm changing (with my crappy camera).

    You've seen the shot above with the custom grills installed, but here are the grills themselves. Oversized (140mmx120mm) laser cut chaos designs, chrome-plated.



    Finally did a cooler cutout for the mobo tray. Turned out pretty well, if I do say so.


    A pair of red acrylic backplates for my cards. I didn't feel like cutting them square.


    I'm toying with the idea of using a section of chromed copper pipe to run from bottom chamber to top chamber. Bitspower made that possible with their Crystal Link fittings.



    Slightly less blurry picture of the new tube routing. I cut two pieces of mirrored acrylic which sit behind the drives. This will help hide cables. My Sata, fan and molex couplings all route through the side of the bays, so they're effectively hidden behind the acrylic, including where they connect to the mobo. Except the damn mobo ATX connector. The top piece of acrylic still has the protective film on it, the bottom one doesn't. They're just sitting there loose at the moment.

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    very interesting I don't recall ever seeing anyone use actual pipe for a loop.

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