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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi all guys,
I'm back to work with the next Octamachine Project.
Place the approximate rendering of the Mod,
The project will be structured on a Thermaltake level 20 Gt Argb case, I will modify the whole Setting of the case a little, I will use cnc-milled aluminum panels, I will make a backlit Plexiglas backlight and many other changes that you will see Going forward.


Case Thermaltake Level 20 Gt
Montherboard Asus Rog x399
AMD Threadripper 2920X CPU
VGA Asus strix 1070
Ram Goodram 32gb 3200mhz
Watercooling Thermaltake


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ooh noods...


i'm gone for a while

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Ok so I have a couple questions for you because this looks very interesting. 

1. Is your Model to scale at the top, the reason why I am asking is the mobo looks very small in comparison to the case.

2. If its not to scale do you not think it might interfere with the new shroud at the bottom of the case?

3. I am assuming the aforementioned shroud at the bottom is a custom piece you are machining? Other wise I wouldnt thing there would be room to run the hardlines down through there without them hitting the top of the PSU.

4. Are those hardlines going through pass through fittings or are you doing a straight pipe all the way through? You arent showing any fittings in the model on that shroud which makes it look like you are trying to pass them straight through but I cant see anyway you are threading pipes that long with that many bends through that shroud, and doing it all at once before putting the shroud in, I just cant wrap my head around that. 


Either way I am excited to see how this comes out. Im thinking of doing a hard line set up in my computer but I am trying to decide if I wanna do something crazy or basic so I love seeing stuff like this

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 7/3/2019 at 05:51, Ravendarat said:

Ok quindi ho un paio di domande per te perché questo sembra molto interessante. 

1. Il tuo modello è in scala, la ragione per cui ti sto chiedendo è che il mobo sembra molto piccolo rispetto al caso.

2. Se non è in scala, non pensi che potrebbe interferire con la nuova sindone nella parte inferiore del caso?

3. Sto assumendo che la suddetta copertura in basso sia un pezzo personalizzato che stai lavorando? Altrimenti, non avrei nulla da fare per far passare le linee rigide da lì senza che loro colpissero la parte superiore del PSU.

4. Le linee rigide passano attraverso i raccordi o stai facendo un tubo rettilineo fino in fondo? Non stai mostrando alcun accessorio nel modello su quel sudario che ti fa sembrare che tu stia cercando di passarli attraverso, ma non riesco a vedere comunque tu stia filando tubi così a lungo con così tante curve attraverso quel sudario, e facendo tutto in una volta prima mettendo il sudario dentro, non riesco a capirlo. 


Ad ogni modo sono eccitato di vedere come viene fuori. Sto pensando di creare una linea dura nel mio computer, ma sto cercando di decidere se voglio fare qualcosa di pazzo o di base quindi mi piace vedere cose come questa

the project is a rough rendering of how the project will come about, I will build a complete midplate that will cover even the most, covered even in front so, as you work there you will see.

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