Ok so the original ETA of the 14th is not gonna happen! I managed to wire up my CD drive and fan up the wrong way and something blew up and burnt in each one. I have fixed the CD drive (one of the tracks had exploded - i think it is a build in safety measure) by soldering it up again and it now works! However the enermax cluster is well and truly dead except for the LEDs. I also realised that with two drives it is necessary to use right angle sata cables. However i still have an update for you!
My dead 4670 got replaced with a 5670! Thanks eBuyer.
XFX have done a really nice job on the aesthetic design. The nickel plated backplate, black heatsink cover and black pcb really go well together.
The fan is very very quiet during operation. It also runs ridiculously cool! I am running at 3% fan speed and it loads out at 50C.
And with a nice aluminium background.
XFX even nickel-plated the X-clamp!
My original pics didn't do Duniek's block justice.
I bought a few more fittings so when i come to assembling it for the last time i have some options as to how i run the tubing.
I love black velvet as a backdrop!
The sweetest fitting i have ever owned! It is a Bitspower black shining rotary T.
Should have polished it first.
White 1/2" OD tubing.
Unfortunately my custom PCB decided it would be fun to die. So I bought in a load of coloured 2pin and 3pin connectors to replace the PCB. Yes, that means no fan control now, unfortunately.
Purple is the pump, red is the CD drive and the two white ones are the two fans.
Finally, I bought a 320GB WD Scorpio Black 7200RPM 2.5" laptop drive. Fastest i could get for a reasonable price.
I am now just waiting for a replacement fan and some sata cables!