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    Re: Proj3ct Cut3 Furb [Custom Case /scratchbuild][02.03.2015 Started Painting]



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    Lets get started Dirst thing we are going to do is to make the Sabertooth Z77 ("more girly")











    Starting on primer after cleaning it all up and taping off the Sabertooth Logo(like to keep the Chromed Part)







    The armor is painted,Hot pink with blue web effect.
    (Hope you like it)We think it turned out alright.








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    Modders Training for Kids (Lesson two )

    Well everyone,we did some workprogress here today,
    We thought (let´s work with those things we have at hand)

    So for todays progress we bring you the EK supremacy "Furb Edition"
    It actually came out quite well (And it was her idea since she did not want it all too pink )

    We hope you like it as well,until soon .
    Thank you for visiting our Buildlog .











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    Well i finally got the MDF together(Cut and Meassured)

    There is more where that came

    Never realy worked with MDF but i am very excited to see how it turns out.

    And since we will paint it all we did not think itnecessary to go with a very classy and expensive wood.

    Probably start on the creation next week.

    Thank you for checking out my Buildlog.

    Keep you posted.





    Well we found some memory for the project,
    We will be going with 2x 2Gb of Corsair 1333 mhz and 2 x 2Gb 1333 of some sort of Gskill memory that we found laying around,
    so together we will be going with four sticks(that we mosly do for astethics 4 looks nicer than 2)

    and since we are nt going to build a high end gaming rig there is really no need for anything more than 8gb of ram.
    even for games not more than that needed,


    More updates soon,keep you posted.




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    Starting on the prep work for painting the EK monarch ram modules,
    first i have to remove the EK Logos,(without Damaging them,else i will have to order new ones,not that they cost much its just timeconsuming)

    Here a few shots.



    For today we did the EK monarch Furb edition.
    The Monarch ram modules where Coated very lightly so we don´t loose cooling cababilaty and they where only painted on the outside,so that the thermal pads can transfer heat faster.

    We hope you like it,we where quite pleased with the outcome.

    Here are a few Pictures of the process.










    Today i went Hunting for an old case,(needed the pci slots and io mount,
    got one in a local repair shop,so i took it with me home and started drilling the things out that i needed.
    And also made the cut out in the Motherboard tray (for the 24pin.)


    Here are a few pics


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    Quote Originally Posted by jojoharalds View Post
    Starting on the prep work for painting the EK monarch ram modules,
    first i have to remove the EK Logos,(without Damaging them,else i will have to order new ones,not that they cost much its just timeconsuming)

    Here a few shots.

    Thank you ,much apprichiated :-)
    I bought some extra ones with the monarch block,
    Really paid out :-)
    Quote Originally Posted by MarkVarley View Post
    I really wanted 4 sets of monarch adapters and block for my current ongoing build, ran out of money :-( I love what you did with these ones, gorgeous.

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    Hey everyone,

    We just recieved the Gpu ,that we was able to get from Mundivalur over @ Icemodz.com (for a very good price)

    It is a Evga Nvidia Gtx480 with a swifttech waterblock(looking realy nice)
    it needed some cleaning (but overall looks very nice)
    the Packaging was very exeptional (for a used product)
    like alwayes Icemodz does a great job.

    Here are a few Pictures

    Enjoy,and a nice Weekend to you all




    Well The Evga GTX 480 Pci bracket "
    Furb Edition" is ready.
    Hope you like it .


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    360 Radiator Cutout is done,(not sure if we will be making it a dual 360 system,since there is no need to ,but we will see)

    I would really much like to put in 3 120 radiators and couple them together ,just for the looks of it

    keep you posted.




    Hey guys,

    I present to you the
    EVGA Gtx 480 " Furb edition"



    Starting on the assembly,and junior modder created some nice letters
    and they got of course the same Paintjob .



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    If you Have safety glasses WEAR THEM!!!


    Or Buy Them.
    http://www.ebay.com/...=item1c3ad7c064

    I really apprichiate mine sometimes

    [You never know ]





    Hey everyone,

    here a little Update on The project,already made the cutouts for the gpu´s and IO panel.
    painted the parts and Testfitted the Gpu so we can show you what what we are thinking about.





    Hey everyone,and a HAPPY NEW YEAR.

    no i have not given up on the project for those of you wondering,but since i have a real daytime job i was quite busy over the hollyday season.
    But we are back with the Project.and eager to get some new ideas into the build and play around with some different stuff and materials.

    Well Today we just test fitted some fans to see where it goes from here,how to fit the powersupply and soforth.
    trying to put the cabinet togetheher this week so we can go from there .
    we quickly realised that the screw jut had to go ,so we start to drill holes just so the head of the screws falls into the wood and doesn´t stand out.

    also might have a surprise next week so stay tuned for that.

    Thank you all for showing this build you´re interest.






    Hey everyone,

    i have been waiting for quite some time now for some items to get here.(haven´t arrived yet due some problems)
    hopefully this will happen soon so i can use those items to meassure everything as i go on with the build.

    But i put all i have for now together and try to work from there.

    here a little pic on whats going on.
    not much but hopefully will get some work done this weekend.


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    hey everyone.

    did the cutout on the bottom for the Powercable to enter and exit (just how you want to look at it)

    and started on a little logo (cover for cables and such.)

    Ingridients:

    1x Clear acrylic sheet 30x10 cm
    1x painters tape (tesa)
    1x Blue and Pink Spraycan (2 cans in total)
    and a wire (no not to kill anyone)

    tools:
    scalpel

    this is how it came out.

    [Notice] This is only a Testsample will be redone with better materials and mor exact [/Notice]

    Hope you like it.







    Gpu Bracket in the making.
    Need something to hold the other side of the Gpu in place

    (Work in progress )








    well i have been playing around with that Gpu bracket idea.
    And this is what i came up with .i am quite pleased with it.(but might do some more changes to it later and of course paint it.)

    Hope you like it.













    http://linustechtips.com/main/upload...1422381021.jpg

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    Well got some acrylic today,will do some work with that,here are a few pics to show ,what i was thinking of.
    Also had a package one the way today,(But f******* Customs didn´t let it through)hopefully it will work out next week.

    also placed an order for some watercooling stuff

    I wish all of you a nice weekend,and stay tuned for more updates.










    Got the acrylic peaces painted and i am now waiting for some stuff to continue working with the acrylic peaces.









    Painting the Custom Gpu Bracket and some Pci Slot covers.

    Starting with Zink,and then colour and some clear coat.


    Here are a few pictures of the painted
    Gpu bracket ,PCI covers,EK Monarch Logo and Thumb screws.

    In a computer build like this Pink Thumb screws is a must have










    Hope you like it,have a nice day,
    and stay tuned for future updates on this build,

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