I still have to tweak some things, as this was the 1st attempt just wanted things to be plug and play. Also have a dust filter incoming, and will replace the 120mm with a 140mm and slow it down to around 900rpm to quiet it dont even further.MostroW wrote: ↑Sun Oct 25, 2020 1:49 pmVery nice work i was thinking of something along those lines as well, but with a few tweaks to it.Derick2k wrote: ↑Sun Oct 25, 2020 2:54 am After seeing so many great cases I decided to jump in and put one together. All off the shelf parts with some acrylic mounting plates I cut. I didn't want to solder much/remove headers, etc..just wanted to do it quickly, if I would have gone with a custom wire job I could have put it in a much smaller case, a bit more neatly. Went a large 120mm fan, very quiet while moving massive air, didn't make sense to pay almost the same price for the smaller 40mm fan from Noctua. Now to actually turn it on, hopefully, it doesn't go up in smoke
That relay you're using is it a momentary or normal switched relay?
Does the fan need to be connected to the IO board/Does the Mister register if there is fan connected?
Im also using a mean well 5v 5a medical grade psu, I love the feel of this psu over the stock one.
Important - You have to get a latching relay, the power button on the case is momentary as it's in almost all modern pc cases so regular relay modules won't work. If you have a regular switch then a regular relay should work.
I will probably do another build once I learn all the details on how the mister works, what inputs, etc. I want to use, devices, etc... need to figure out the wireless lan, possibly a better usb hub? Once I figure out what works, I will probably build a custom high-end aluminum case with nice front/rear panels.