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  1. Big applause for those plexi cutouts πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
  2. kaisounovsky

    Diy method to clean rads

    @Cheapskate Thanks for the explanations my friend & sorry for the misunderstood ... I'll follow your advice ...I'll try another approach testing different products from the less harmful to the most harsh ones. πŸ˜‰
  3. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Carbon

    @Karri Koivusalo Hi I think your friend is talking about the additional cost & labour of layout design i mean the software side..did he hire somebody to do that ..or is he doing it himself ? .....I have no idea how plasma works..if the power source required is kind of flammable gas .Then for sure that will be a significant cost for everyday run. Actually I see no need for a personal CNC . I am not a professionnal modder... I do some pc mods every 2- 3 years as a personal setup.. I improved my skills with dremel & power tools through time i agree that hand work is not perfect , tiring & more time consuming comparing to automated process ....however I admit that a small CNC setup can be very useful in general....i'll be looking at the chinese products you just told me about. Thanks 😊
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    Diy method to clean rads

    Thank you God, My friend Cheapskate is always here to help 😊 So ...as I understand...& please correct me if I'm getting it wrong : - Toilet cleaner is the most effective..it is safe for a very short time use ...the copper discoloration is not a big deal & is just a tiny layer of copper self oxidation from reaction to chemicals . Cannot affect the fluid or the cooling performance in the future ? - satin removing soaps..: any links or product names please ? I wanna dig more about their composition . I don't know if i'm right since all hosehold products here have french names..did you mean Chlorine based chemicals like "Bleach" - alcohol...first time i hear about it for this kind of use, if you did try it ..please tell me more. thanks again πŸ’œ
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    Diy method to clean rads

    Hi guys Anyone have tested a diy method for rad internal flush/cleaning ? I am looking for an alternative solution because special cleaners for watercooling products like mayhems blitz are not available here. I have two second hand rads..one of them has some dry dye & some calcareous deposits inside of it ..i can see it from the fitting g 1/4 hole..... no major clog & just a little oxidation i want to clean them before to get them in a new loop with other new components. I've heard about toilet stripper efficiency to clean chalky sediments... it contains hydrocloric acid ..seems kind of highly corrosive ..i ve tested it on a piece of copper & it turned dark brown immediately...I am hesitating to put this in my rads.... Tested also car radiator cleaner with hot distilled water : no improvement...the blue dye still there. I am a bit confused ...vinegar...lemon juice....car cleaners...toilet cleaners...soda...i cannot test all of them so I am asking for a feedback from your personal experience... I count on you guys. 😊
  6. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Carbon

    😁😁 CNC is an expensive equipment ..can't afford it for non commercial use. I polished my little babies yesterday & they turned like silver jewelery.πŸ˜‰ These curved forms remember me a historical thing like the native american scriptures πŸ‘ΉπŸ‘Ί Yes they work fine. & fits well to my bitfenix cable extension kits . it was a funny experiment.
  7. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Carbon

    My tiny millipedes are born 😁 One of the 24 Pins is missing one leg I cutted by accident. πŸ’€
  8. Yes indeed , one more reason from my personal experience : I used to have a Dremel 300 , working always with the flex shaft extension attached , so the fan vents were always free of any obstruction, & away from dust & cutted steel debris ... one day I noticed the tool became week, & its rotation at low to medium speeds is like jerking , got it disassembled & found a burnt cable inside of the Armature coils ( The Rotor ) . can you imagine, just one damaged copper cable & you got a performance decrease about 60 % !! 😲 main cause of this failure, is getting attachement tools stuck into the piece I am working on, ( most frequently : engraving bits , cutting disks, drill bits ) especially the chinese low quality ones ( not dremel genuine) , if your tool is stuck, turn the dremel off instantly, otherwise the coils will overheat without air ventilation. best combination I'm using actually is : a new Dremel 3000 for medium to low speed works, like engraving, polishing or little sanding. & I bought a powerful 500 watts no name die grinder with a small mandrel, , using it for more power demanding tasks like cutting steel or grinding.
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    @Cheapskate ; I was just looking to some illustrator tutorials at Youtube , you are right, this is interesting & discouraging at the same time.... I'm confused, I think I'm going to postpone this to another time.
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    Thanks I forgot i have some skills with autocad πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I Have to learn illustrator anyway... it must be useful.
  11. Sorry , I didn't know they are going to water it, they will definitely remove that shitty Radeon Stock fan , how I didn't notice that !! 😩
  12. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Carbon

    DIY Aluminum Cable Combs PC Cable combs are not available here ….. one of the best reliable models ever built are the MNPCTECH Aluminum version, .. I like the carbon ones too … Big Up to Bill & all MNPCtech Team my model will be 90% similar. I was looking around & asking people for a software to make stencils, & I forgot I have some skills with Autocad…. Sounds stupid .. no ? Here are my drawings : First model, this wasn’t successful, I had to modify it a bit : final Stencils glued to scrap aluminum, drilling & cutout already started here : My Technique is simple : 1- Always start with drilling the holes were the cables sits : Pilot holes : 1 mm then 2.5mm ( using dremel ) Final holes : 3mm with electric drill ( holes diameter depends on the sleevings & the kit you have , mine : 8 pins cables : 3mm / 24 pins cables are 3.5 2- cutting the entry hole for the cable, this must be a little smaller ( the red marks on my schematics) , I don’t use a drill for that, I use 2 dremel cutting disks attached together , then I cut the aluminum from the side. 3- Peripheral cutout of the piece, then sanding, 4- Smoothing the internal borders for less damage to the cable sleeves, for this purpose I cut tiny bands of 500 grit sanding paper , & use them like in the pic hereinafter : This is an almost finished piece , never compare it to a CNC or machined product , but it does the job pretty well :
  13. @Cheapskate great Idea for airflow tests 😍 but For this case, You forgot the GPU which is breathing from the top rounded vents πŸ™‚
  14. kaisounovsky

    Trimming down a copper waterblock with a CnC Mill

    Welcome , & Good luck with your mods πŸ˜‰