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    Guilty

    Hi fellow modders,

    It was a matter of time but here it is... my first real scratch build
    Thanks to Nate from E22 for the design.

    Sometimes you see a design with a wow factor. This happend too me with this design. After some consultation we decided to try to build this design.
    Nate the design and I'm building.

    Sponsored by:







    And designed by:



    The design:



    The hardware that comes in is still a suprise...even for me , but anyway there will be an SLI set and some cool watercooling

    After buying aluminum strips and other stuff at the hardware store, it was time to start building. After some fitting and measuring the frame was created. I still had an old Mobo tray from a old TJ07.







    Cut some plates of acrylic and placed it.



    For measuring I have an old blown up Classified.









    Made the door/ cover for the PSU



    And cut to size the front plate



    Now it's a matter of drawing lines on the inside. The result after sawing and filing.







    Cut holes for the fans at the front and the lid on top covered with acrylic



    Covers closed



    Placed some nice 120mm NorthQ fans to see how it looks.













    More updates coming very soon

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    Real nice. Bottom of the case is for radiators ? Love to see that when its finish.
    It ain't over till the fat lady sings ...

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    Awesome work
    4 GHz 4790K i7@ 4.6GHz (1.18v) , 16GB DDR3 1866 MHz Dominator GT , Asus Maximus VI Formula Motherboard , Cosair GT 240 GB ( Boot )
    Obsidian Series 650D Mid-Tower Case , Asus GTX 680, LG Blu -Ray combo , Cosair HX 1000 PSU , Custom water loop.( EK and Rasa )

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    Precision concept and execution.cudos.c.

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    awesome man!! im waiting for more pictures !keep it awesome!!
    Project Name: System Specs:
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    Ram: 32Gb Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133Mhz
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    im starting to like 90'deg rotate mobo mod...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rog-classified View Post
    Real nice. Bottom of the case is for radiators ? Love to see that when its finish.
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by xXx View Post
    Awesome work
    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by chrsplmr View Post
    Precision concept and execution.cudos.c.


    Quote Originally Posted by Giannis996 View Post
    awesome man!! im waiting for more pictures !keep it awesome!!
    More to come...in a moment

    Quote Originally Posted by n113 View Post
    im starting to like 90'deg rotate mobo mod...
    Yeh me too

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    Update!!!

    Sponsored by:





    Designed by:



    Another update Need to catch up with my FB updates

    I have covered the acrylic panels with matte black vinyl and installed some fans to see how it looks







    And cut two acrylic plates. 1 for the controller (aquaero VF) and 1 for the lamptron switches
    Also blackened with vinyl















    I want to build this one without too much cost, so in this build if possible, all kind of stuff that I allready have.
    The first idea was to purchase a 480 rad, but also overhere a bit crisis. So it's becoming two 240 rads. That's why I made ​​the front panel again with the fanholes more apart.
    Side effect is that it looks better i think, left-center-right all the same sizes between them



    This also blackened and polished the edges.



    Placed the mobo with some EKWB blocks. And naturally straight tubes





    Almost straight









    Btw. sorry about the motherboards......there will be an ASUS inside lol

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    Update!!!

    Sponsored by:









    It's been a while since I have updated but with a reason... waiting for stuff and never came.
    So needed to improvise, because the show must go on.

    Little change is that I'm going to use shiny adapters.







    Also, a change in terms of the reservoirs. The choice is now 2x EK 250-X3 reservoirs.
    Mounted behind a piece of clear acrylic.





















    I also tried some different things about the color of the ASUS mobo, but eventually i've made an extra cover for the original mobo cover.

    Measured and cut a piece of acrylic.





    Installed the cover to see how it looks.









    Nice, but it's just not it. So next idea.

    Made ​​one side white



    And the other side also white



    I'm doing this to get an even color playing with the LED strips.
    Also pasted a piece of black mat on the front side, and placed some red LED strips at the back




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    And installed everything again



















    More to come!!!

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