25th October 2012
That fan controller...
26th October 2012
Its XL-ATX with a Gigabyte G1.Assassin motherboard also XL-ATX=)
30th October 2012
I'M A MASSIVE FAGGOT AND LOVE COCKS
This thread is fucking beautiful, you are all fucking beautiful
I can't weld for shit.. Practice makes perfect though.. My uncle is really pro at these things, master welder. he once told me "I can weld anything but broken hearts", really great guy.~
anyways congratulations on integrating water cooling inside the case itself, ingenious. i'm wondering though, since i've never ventured into h2o, how long untill you gotta clean the tank\filter(does it even have filters? i suppose not) or change water?
30th October 2012
You, sir, are a winrar.
A creative, intelligent winrar.
12th January 2013
Hello! I've following your project for some time. I initially began my own project with an XPS 720 H2C, but it works great, so I didnt want to mess with it. I later picked up a silver xps 720 case, but dont have the time for modding. I finally picked up an XPS 730x case w/ a power supply & MCB.
I completed fashioning a pin Y cable for the power supply to motherboard MCB. I connected to power header from the MCB to mother board and proceeded to make basic connections for a test run. I hit the power switch, CPU fan spins for a split second and I can hear the relays in the Power supply cycling, one green led cycles along with the power supply. I cant figure out what I did wrong and my connections are right on.
15th January 2013
these cases are about 20kg without anything in them
16th January 2013
This thread is full of Pornography.
20th January 2013
Last edited by Romka; 20th January 2013 at 12:00PM.
Can you verify that the MCB is not broken by using original components? That means: having the original 730 PSU connected to it and an ATX motherboard and then trying to switch it on.
My rig is now 30kg btw. :)
22nd February 2013
I ended up buying a working Silver XPS 730 for $100. Installed my CPU and good to go. Funny thing is, I've acquired so many parts. A red XPS 730x case, a silver XPS 720 case and a working XPS 720 H2C. All of which I need to sell ASAP!! These cases are huge and take up A LOT of space!