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    Brian@ASUS
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    ROG Experience Tour Round 2 (beta)

    Before announcing the next OC tournament, just a question... how many "overclocks" in this community are into case modding? or have the skills and knowledge of case modding? im talking about anywhere from doing something fancy to doing something that involves some knowledge of handling materials like acrylic, metal, welding, carbon fiber, fibergl**** resin, epoxy, or simply nails, wood, and a hammer...?

    or you have friends that are in the case mod scene?

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    not me I bench on a motherboard box rofl

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    I enjoy a good ole custom case fabrication every now and later


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    im into case modding. though i don't have the tools for it anymore I've done quite a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boofus View Post
    im into case modding. though i don't have the tools for it anymore I've done quite a few.
    Time for a trip to Home depot????


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    I mod a little and have a friend who mods alot

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    Quote Originally Posted by V2-V3 View Post
    Time for a trip to Home depot????
    i need to atleast get a dremel,

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    Most of my modding revolves around not having a case to mod. (IE building PCs into furniture) Or building my own bench stations. I also do not have the tools for the serious work. But its fun. Wood is very easy to work with

    Pretty sure most OCers that run a PC in a case have modded at least a little. If for nothing else that wiring/airflow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuromancer View Post
    Most of my modding revolves around not having a case to mod. (IE building PCs into furniture) Or building my own bench stations. I also do not have the tools for the serious work. But its fun. Wood is very easy to work with

    Pretty sure most OCers that run a PC in a case have modded at least a little. If for nothing else that wiring/airflow

    Thats how I got into Case Modding, I tried to fit my crazy Vapor Phase cooled PC into a case and in came the power tools


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    Victus
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    Besides just modding the ATCS 840 which isn't a 'hard' mod since the cutting would be done by a company. I want to eventually get a Rampage III Gene and throw it in a SFF case and mod that for looks and air flow increase or water cooling. I'm lacking the tools and will be learning to weld, bend, cut, and all that jazz after this quarters of classes are over. Like some of the guys here, I wouldn't doubt I make it my profession after graduation.

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