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  2. Me too. It will be nice to see my ideas come together. I'll be using chromed hardline for the tubing as well.
  3. Alright so here you go, alot of progress pics at once :D Hope you guys like it so far, still alot to do though before i finsih it up. Also hoping to get some €€ soon so i can get the custom loop set up Cheers and enjoy!
  4. Thanks alot Mosquito I will do that. Pictures coming real soon
  5. Last week
  6. I can't wait to see what you have planned for the loop!
  8. Awesome dude, welcome to the zoo!
  9. Mastercase PSU shroud painted to match the chassis. Here is the plate with and without the gulk racing stripe and just after applying the gloss clear coat
  10. Hi my name is federico and is my pleasure to meet you in the forum i love overclocking water cooling and the new (new for me because is my first case EVGA) EVGA DG-87 that arrived at my home the next week
  11. Thank you! Just wait for the watercooling to arrive and that's when the fun really begins!!
  12. Very Innovative ideas man! I am liking this a lot!
  13. That is very true! Thank you again! The wood snapped on the last bend and I had to finish the bend on my knee (only about 3 degrees left). But I can't thank you enough!
  14. hello the contest Thermaltake Casemod 2016 season 2 is coming to an end It's time to vote The offices are open until 3 February, but not worth waiting for the last moment To vote, go to the forum of Thermaltake ==> http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/53068-voting-event-january-20th-february-3rd-2017/ You must register to the forum to access the vote Then just like Xray: voted! Thank you all !!!
  15. Great work man. I'm glad I could inspire you to build the tools you needed to solve your issue. There's almost nothing that can't be solved with a lot of creativity. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  16. OCZ M.2 SSD Mods: After giving it a lot of thought I decided to do some mods and mount the M.2 SSD on the motherboard. This puts the OCZ RD400 SSD in a perfect location. I also ordered a Alphacool heatsink for the SSD. ModMyMods sells them and it was the 1st time that I've seen them. I can't wait till they arrive and I can check then out 1st hand. I started by making a silver backing and re-creating OCZs R they use to signify the RD400s. A OCZ logo was also made out of black chrome an added. It came out great and I can't wait to adapt the design to the Alphacool heatsinks. Vinyl Pattern (Finally Finished): I've been working on designing a pattern on and off for the last couple months. I've tried just about every idea and variations of patterns I could think of. I was never quite satisfied with it so I continued to try and figure something out. The final design is very intricate and requires almost an hour to weed a 6 inch (150mm) X 4" section of it. I was able to get part of it installed on the top acrylic piece mounted on the PSU shroud. It looks even better than I could have imagined and I am extremely happy with the results. I have a bit more to do with it but I have to weed another set of it. I'll update soon. Finish Work Continues On The Cable Tunnel: I wanted to add some pieces to help clean up the top edge of the metal panels that I built for the back side of the motherboard tray. I had some edge strips that fit the build perfectly and only tool a small amount of modifications to get it to fit correctly. The bolts for the panel are towards the top which interferes with the strip so I filed out the exact amount of space needed to fit the bolt heads. Once they were done it came out really well. Next up for these panels is all the finish work I'll do to the metal itself. It will remove any marks or imperfections.
  17. Thank you bro. It's much appreciated for sure. The watercooling should be arriving pretty soon and the real fun can begin.
  18. Thank you Bungwirez! Yea.. It did come close to imminent doom didn't it lol.
  19. Thanks guys. Here I made a short video showing all the functions of the mod: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGC_gV9Y-M0 In addition the voting for the Thermaltake CaseMod Invoitational Season 2 has started. You can headover here and give your favourit mod your vote. http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/53068-voting-event-january-20th-february-3rd-2017/
  20. fantastic build log Sean. Love how your work comes within an inch of total destruction, but you bring the whole shebang back together. great job sir.
  21. Hey, welcome to the zoo You'll be better off hosting your images somewhere like photobucket, imageshack, or someplace like that. Then just use the image link in the forum to add them to your post Look forward to the desk mod
  22. Anybody has any ideas how i can upload more pictures? limit 502kb??
  23. Hieello! So I'm very new to this forum and just got in to some pc case modding. This project that I've just started is my first ever custom pc desk that I'm making so i thought I would share it with you guys. I've documented alot of the progress so far so I will add some pictures as the project is progressing. I will also mention that this is kind of a budget build since my plans at the moment are that I will put my current pc in this desk wich includes the following parts: Intel i5 6500 Z170 MOBO 240mm A-I-O cooling 16gb 3000mhz ram GTX 1070 650watt psu This is something that I hopefully will be available to update pretty soon since a pc-desk is not really complete without a custom water cooling loop. But for the moment there is just not enough €€/$$. I've named the desk B-2 Stealth since i think that the shape of the desk reminds me alot of the B-2 stealth bomber jet so nothing more fancy or cheesy just a shape thingy! :p So hope you enjoy what i have done so far and i will keep you posted. CHEERS
  24. Thanks man! It was super fun to do the weathering, I think that was one of my favorite parts to do. You should build one if you haven't, its definitely an experience lol !
  25. This is coming along awesome man!! Great work!!
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