Wow! Looking really good, your steel work looks awesome (i am a fitter/welder and dont say that lightly) but really you are well on your way to having a desk setup just like the one you posted.
i will look forward to your updates - keep up the good work!
yup, no problem. i am at work at the moment tho so will be later on tonight.
also keep in mind for diamensions "x3" it depends on what you are planning on using for mounting screws.
and also as you can see in this picture i had to cut a bit off the top sides to re-correct the spacing of the...
yup as dschijn said the corsair cx500 should just fit. I used some really thin foam tape on the top of the case and bottom shelve to both tighten up and pad the power supply into the top shelf. This made for a tight fit, and there was not any need for screws to hold it in posistion.
Thanks for the answers!
another question tho : could i plug the pump into the recon instead of the cpu fan port on the motherboard? and then ajust the pump speed with the recon?
the h60 does not come with any ajustment for the pump on the cpu block.
i have never used fan controllers...
I am a bit disappointed as well with the spectra pro fans being as they are 140mm and rated at only 22dba? but I think the way I have no clearance in-between the perforated front panel and then blowing towards all of the slots in my hard drive caddies it probably has created a lot of that noise...
Thankyou!, yes i really like the Recon, i picked it due to the price, look and software "phoebiteria" (developed by a tonymacx86 member) for OS X. But have not really had time to play with it, and still need to place all of the probs in good places.
here is the link to the phoebritiera...
the front fans are Bitfenix Spectra Pro 140mm White led x2
the fans on the H60 are SP120mm high static pressure fans in push pull
the fan controller is Bitfenix recon
I am actually a bit dissapointed with the performence of this setup so far tho, i think the slots in the...