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my modified case is done ( i think)
deerslayer Mar-29-01 01:43 AM
Well finally got the pics. I was too close to see the baybus lights and forgot an inside pic. It was alot of wrok getting all that wiring neat. I have 10 of 16 fans hooked up to the baybus. I left front fan, 2 50's in back and power supply fan left hooked up normal. The switches are: up (red) 12 volt, middle off ( no light), down (green) 9 volt.
I added it up it is 418 cfm @ high speed!





633 Celeron @1055, Abit bx-133, 384 Kingmax pc 133 @ cas 2-2-2, ATI radeon 64 mb DDR 16 fans


1. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
Robert4390 Mar-29-01 03:12 AM
In response to message 0
Very impressive case Deerslayer, really nice job.

2. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
copperpipe Mar-29-01 06:21 AM
In response to message 0
Very impressive indeed!

I don't think I'd be able to install all those fans on any of my cases. But perhaps I'd leave the cover off and have to portable fans blowing from each side instead.


3. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
lbyard Mar-29-01 03:12 PM
In response to message 2
Real neat workmanship! Larry

4. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
deerslayer Mar-29-01 03:20 PM
In response to message 3
thanks everyone!


633 Celeron @1055, Abit bx-133, 384 Kingmax pc 133 @ cas 2-2-2, ATI radeon 64 mb DDR 16 fans


5. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
Marc Apr-04-01 01:17 AM
In response to message 4
What?? No Air Conditioning? kidding..
How did you supply all the power to all the fans?
more than 1 supply in case or all are AC?

6. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
deerslayer Apr-04-01 01:38 AM
In response to message 5
300 watt Enlight. Actually the fans dont take that much juice. the 80mm take 2.6 watts each and the 50's take 1.6.

All kidding aside, i have talked to a guy that USES A/C. He has it mounted to the side of a full tower blowing in. have motherboard temps of 19F in southern California!!!!! That guy has a p3 1 gig @1.5, t-bird 1.2 @ 1.5 and a p4 1.5 @ 1.875.
All are stable and ran that way. He also makes his own Nvidia drivers and Bios for the KT7a abit board so he can get higher voltages.

Now that is what I call tweaking!!!!


633 Celeron @1055, Abit bx-133, 384 Kingmax pc 133 @ cas 2-2-2, ATI radeon 64 mb DDR 16 fans


7. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
copperpipe Apr-04-01 08:07 AM
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19F?? Or do you mean 19C? If 19F, he must have lotsa condensation all over his case!

As for your superhyperventilated machine, I'd like to see how the inside looks with all the wires hanging from the side panels. Might be kinda hard changing/adding expansion cards.


8. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
deerslayer Apr-04-01 10:28 AM
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LAST EDITED ON Apr-04-01 AT 10:29 AM (GMT)

The A/c is blowing in. A window a/c unitl draws the moisture OUT. I asked him and he said it is dry as a bone inside. 19 F not C.
633 Celeron @1055, Abit bx-133, 384 Kingmax pc 133 @ cas 2-2-2, ATI radeon 64 mb DDR 16 fans


9. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
deerslayer Apr-14-01 00:52 AM
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copperpipe, the wires are not hanging, everything is tucked away as much as possible, and inside flexable tubing to cover wires.

633 Celeron @1055, Abit bx-133, 384 Kingmax pc 133 @ cas 2-2-2, ATI radeon 64 mb DDR 16 fans


10. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
nbc Apr-18-01 01:40 PM
In response to message 0
Why?

11. RE: my modified case is done ( i think)
lbyard Apr-18-01 04:20 PM
In response to message 10
I can hardly wait for the answer to this one... Larry

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