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  1. Quick little mod today. Something easy with old parts. Just something I needed and well I also needed a mod that I could see then end of sooner rather than later. Parts: Seagate Cuda 7200k 3TB 64MB 6Gb/s Bytecc Aluminum 5.25 USB 3.0 Enclosure DiNoc CF Zalman Heatpipe HD Cooler/Silencer I had a burner in this case, but unfortunately/apparently I burn too many discs and the drives give up the ghost. Out it came and it sat empty for a few months. I had the HD cooler from a previous build as well as the CF film. The HD was full when removed from one of my workstations as I no longer had room for it. Hopefully this storage will be part of my network back up... Test fitting Enlarging the holes for to match screws that I had on hand. Some how, out of thousands, I could not find those exact screws. The disk, naked and on the pipes. Rubber mounts remove some disk noise. All together now. My assistant... sorting random screws n' such. Its about time she asked to be taught to build her own rig! Tomorrow's assignment, find a pink head lamp just like daddy's. Back shortly with benchies and what not, as well as final photos with my SLR.
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