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Project: Cm 690 Water Cooled - Worklog (pics, Pics, And More Pics)

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hi there wow very nice mod I'm new to mod community but this had been the best mod i had see so far quick question were the you get the mesh from any links i really want to do some mod with that mesh thanks in advantage

 

radodrills correct, I'm using A C Ryan MeshxPanel

 

Out of stock but here where I got it >>>> http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/ind...roducts_id=3398

 

Or try http://www.frozencpu.com/products/4099/ele...l?tl=g44c11s450

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Small update on dual voltmeter:

 

Oh, and modding is never done - there's always something else to tweak or try.

 

t-ski's quote is so true!

 

 

The 8800 GTX, GPU and memory voltage measurement points and ground connected to a male 3-pin fan housing.

 

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Backside of voltmeter: male 3 pin connector for INH and INL sensing wires, molex connector for 5V supply power and 0V (ground).

 

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The next pictures aren't much, just showing switch positions.

Right switch is the master power (MPS). Left switch turns backlight ON/OFF (only works when MPS is powered ON).

 

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more on dual voltmeter display in this thread >>> link <<< Thanks for all the help :)

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Man that's a sweet mod job man. How much did all the mod materials cost?

Lets see -

 

case $70 - $20 MIB iirc = $50

modding material: mesh $40, acrylic $20, paint $35 = $95

extra stuff: sleeving $15, fans $50, led $1 = $66

 

Total for case and mod = $211 .... Well worth it! :D

 

The other stuff I had, so that doesn't get included into the cost.

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Very nice.....I like the consistency in both color scheme and materials used....well thought out and just an excellent job overall B:)

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What temps do u get with the 360mm rad? im thinking about buying a second CM690 so i can work on it and still have a pc :)

 

**EDIT i got to learn 2 read

Edited by purple_haze1790

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Those tubes look large, what size are they? are ur barbs 1/2"ID ?? im pretty much copying ur design, i have just got a 360 rad and am planing to mount it as u have done... its been great looking at this post to figure out how to do it.

 

cheers... great mod, one of my all time favs

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