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Thread: Mördarverket - another TJ07

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    Backplate and motherboard-tray

    It's powertool time:




    Drilling holes for cable management.


    Result of countersinking thing.


    Countersunk rivets compliments of MDPC-X.


    Apply tape to the riveter (thanks for the how-to Nils!).


    Putting it together.


    And it's done. Looks pretty good, but might have to redo some rivets and touch-up the backplate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goran_O View Post


    Case has got a new floor! No hammond boxes in sight...


    And a closeup.
    What a Great Built! Have to love the new flooring for the TJ07 in replacement for Hammond Boxes

    Mind if i ask what is it made up off?
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    ^^^^ id like to know that as well
    My build is taking way to long

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    What a Great Built! Have to love the new flooring for the TJ07 in replacement for Hammond Boxes

    Mind if i ask what is it made up off?
    Quote Originally Posted by pingpong1455 View Post
    ^^^^ id like to know that as well
    As a base I've got a noise-dampening mat from Be Quiet! then there's a layer of black-tinted 3mm acrylic and to finish it off; a sheet of aluminum mesh. It really makes a perfect fit, not obstructing the sidepanel closing bits. It will be held together by double-sided tape and screws when its all done. And with some lighting the acrylic will hopefully provide some bling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goran_O View Post
    As a base I've got a noise-dampening mat from Be Quiet! then there's a layer of black-tinted 3mm acrylic and to finish it off; a sheet of aluminum mesh. It really makes a perfect fit, not obstructing the sidepanel closing bits. It will be held together by double-sided tape and screws when its all done. And with some lighting the acrylic will hopefully provide some bling.
    Thanks for the info, really innovative ideas you have ... looking forward to the finished product
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    Excellent work Goran_O.
    I love how you have wired your fan, it's exactly the the I like it.
    All nice and neat.

    Iam not sure what happened I posted here last night, yet it's not here, got me.

    Glad it wasn't just a dream, excellent work mate keep it up champ.



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    I like the floor mat

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    Motherboard all decked out

    First, thanks all for the kind words and encouragement!

    I find myself working in a very disorganized manner so I've got a lot of loose ends that will hopefully all come together soon. My biggest problem now is that I really need to get a few pieces painted but doing that in -13 degrees C on the balcony isn't such a good idea.

    At the moment I'm waiting for a heap of screws from England that I found on eBay. Its so difficult to find black screws in the right dimensions... And am also waiting for a gasket and some more fittings etc.

    I decided to ditch the stock motherboard coolers and go all the way with the blocks from MIPS. So I've been doing some plumbing.


    The reservoir with murderMod Res-holders which Charles H so kindly supplied, for free, together with my frontplate. Their not absolutely perfect but the blemishes are only visible up close.


    CPU-block and VGA-block from EK.


    It sure looks better without the stock coolers.


    The loop will be Res -> Pump -> Radiator -> Mosfet -> Chipset -> CPU ->GPU -> Res.


    Shots of shiny, fuzzy stuff...


    Helping dad with the really tricky parts...

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    xtremly nice

    can you show or explain a little bit better the new floor of the tj07?

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    This is going to be an awesome build i'm sure. Gonna keep an eye on it for sure, enjoy building!
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    This pics looks



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    Goran you must change name of this projekt for...



    to this ...



    Dumbo project

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    sorry dude, but they're kinda right...


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    You're right
    Mördarverket aka Dumbo ... that kind of clashes. Second time someones griping about my cool project name...
    Time for a quick Before I get back to hacking, sawing and slashing on poor Dumbo...

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    This is a photo I have taken from NaMcO's work log called "The Project" it's also a TJ07 case.

    If you could do something like he has done with his 45 degree fitting, this would look sweet, not Dumbo ish.






    Have a play around with them and see what you can do mate.
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    great so far!!

    subd here, waiting for more

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    Well, I really like the way the tubing looks - I think it gives it a bit more interest, and is still plenty short so as not to hamper flow. Props to Seba84 for noting the tusk comparison, but --- I like it!!!

    Also, glad to see your little helper is keeping you on track Great build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by illidan View Post
    great so far!!

    subd here, waiting for more
    Thankyou illidan, working on the midplate at the moment. More to follow soon I hope.

    Quote Originally Posted by shazza View Post
    Well, I really like the way the tubing looks - I think it gives it a bit more interest, and is still plenty short so as not to hamper flow. Props to Seba84 for noting the tusk comparison, but --- I like it!!!

    Also, glad to see your little helper is keeping you on track Great build.
    Thanks shazza, I like it too! It adds... something to it doesn't it. My little helper is invaluable


    Quote Originally Posted by kgtiger View Post
    This is a photo I have taken from NaMcO's work log called "The Project" it's also a TJ07 case.

    If you could do something like he has done with his 45 degree fitting, this would look sweet, not Dumbo ish.


    Have a play around with them and see what you can do mate.
    Thanks for pointing me to it kgtiger. It was actually my plan from the beginning to use shorter tubing with the angled fittings. But then I started playing around and came up with this. Might just shorten the bigger loop a bit depending on whether or not I decide to use Arctic RC RAM coolers as they need some more space overhead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goran_O View Post
    Thankyou illidan, working on the midplate at the moment. More to follow soon I hope.
    lovely so far so good

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    I dont like the routing at all acually, ill sub just to make sure you fix it

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    snør som faen her også - en meter snø her

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goran_O View Post

    tight space thought for the res...

    but awesome job there goran, very lovely especially the pictures, beautifully done with touch of orange colour

    keep it coming

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    I like it. I think it makes it look very unique! My only suggestion would be to make both ears the same size!! You may want to do a big loop to the CPU to GPU tubing to make it all consistent!!

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    Really striking photos, Goran... Love the contrast with the orange backdrop.
    And this is a family site.
    So I shall not post what that one pic resembles to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CptDreadFlint View Post
    Really striking photos, Goran... Love the contrast with the orange backdrop.


    And this is a family site.
    So I shall not post what that one pic resembles to me.

    Yarr.
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