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    Pretty decent prices, thanks for the link Rick.

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    My pleasure! It seemed like decent pricing.

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    They are fairly cheap. Only problem is they don't have any UV LEDs lol

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    Picky picky lol... I read somewhere that LEDs can't be true UV or blacklight type, and I can't for the life of me remember why. BUT... look for purple, it'll give you the same effect. Actually, the ones I have from ledshoppe say purple on the bag, but give a UV effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtM View Post
    Picky picky lol... I read somewhere that LEDs can't be true UV or blacklight type, and I can't for the life of me remember why. BUT... look for purple, it'll give you the same effect. Actually, the ones I have from ledshoppe say purple on the bag, but give a UV effect.
    Well I need UV to light up all the sexy green acrylic Thomas is cutting for me

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    Wish I had some here. I'd wire up an LED and test it for you.

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    OK so it's been a LONG time but I've been working on getting this done. She's 99% - almost done Time to post some long-needed updates!


    Here's all the goodies I got from White Light Laser:






























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    Next up I got the side panels done. I measured and cut out the panels for the windows










    I opened up the lower guide track and slid a white LED strip into the track to light up the window etchings.







    Then I filed the cuts smooth and put some edge molding on then mounted the windows with 3M VHB tape.







    Next I got to work on polishing the GPU blocks and the EK bridge link block and got the blocks mounted.










    Now for strange unknown reasons EK chose to NOT put a G1/4" threaded hole on the bottom side of the bridge, only the bottom right side. Well that's useless isn't it? With the way the flow is set up I need the flow to enter the left side of the bridge and exit the right. This is due to the universal GPU blocks having a dedicated flowpath.







    So I picked up an 11.5mm plastic drill and a G1/4" BSPP tap from McMaster and made my own hole.







    Now the topside of the bridge block has one threaded hole recessed into the block while the other is not. Presumably the recess is for the plug to sit flush once it's installed. However this needs to be my exit and because of the recess I can't install a fitting here. So I took the Dremel out and milled out the recess enough to allow the installation of Bitspower's new rigid tubing compression fittings.










    After that was done the blocks were all mounted and I got to work redoing the tubing to and from the GPU's.
















    I also picked up a green Bitspower LED station to make hooking up all my LED's easier. I wired the ground on the LED station's Molex power to the switch I mounted in the front panel earlier. This allows me to turn off all the lights if I want.







    Then I installed white LED's into the CPU block, GPU blocks and the bridge block.










    And here we are ready to fill!





    Next update coming tomorrow

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    Nice.Thank's for the update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Nice.Thank's for the update.
    Thanks Jim!

    I filled the loop with Mayhem's Pastel Mint Green. I like it but it's a tad too light for me - I was looking for something a little bit darker...hmmm...will work on that later.
















    And here's how it looks with the white LED's in all of the blocks































    Now while I was taking those last pics I noticed this side of the 5.25" drive bays was in need of something so I made up a cover panel out of black acrylic to make it look better.










    Then I decided that the translucent green accents inside weren't as lit up as I'd like from the white LED's so I decided to add a pair of UV LED strips to either side of the top window. It worked but it had the side effect of making the Mayhem's Pastel Mint Green look almost white :O

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    So back to the light green issue...I had a bottle of Primochill UV Brite Green dye so I decided to squirt a bunch in - I ended up using just about the entire bottle (which dyes a gallon of coolant) but it turned out perfect and now the UV LED's actually make it light up green instead of turn a pasty white color

























    And with the top panel on and UV LED's on:













    I like the way the UV LED's light up the top panel etchings purple as well - it sets it off nicely. Next update will be the final update with the final pics!

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    was eating while looking at this
    mod looks so good it made my food taste better :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    was eating while looking at this
    mod looks so good it made my food taste better :/
    LOL thanks man

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    Damn fine job, Will!

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