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  3. I love that pattern you cut in the PSU cover.
  4. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Metal Carbon

    Continuing to check watercooling components installation , I started with the pumps, one of my pumps has a Bitspower Mod kit : D5/MCP655, good thing is, the kit’s bracket is made of stainless steel, I didn’t have to paint it, just stripped the black paint & cleaned it, it doesn’t rust, contrarily, the second pump has a factory Laing bracket, looked like galvanised steel after stripping the paint & some cutouts , to prevent rust I had to paint this one here they are : Reservoir’s brackets & radiators installed : Back Radiator : I have a demciflex filter for the back radiator, the filter has a magnetic sticker to put on the case before installation, I don’t know how they didn’t think of cutting screw holes in it, I wish I could throw it away but I can’t install the filter without it, my panel surface is aluminum , not magnetic at all. Had to cut the circles for the screws by myself : with the reservoirs :
  5. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Metal Carbon

    Assembly : The last two nights were exhausting, I started with the watercooling pedestal main accessories : Tube holders to GPU : Then moved to the 750D to check if everything fits ok : Little issue with HDD cage, the brackets were too long & didn’t allow me to put the cover on them, I had to cut the exceeding plastic parts : Now it’s ok : Farbwerk & DIY RGB Splitter : fast RGB Test : then the two cases attached together :
  6. Last week
  7. Cheapskate

    The Iron Turnip

    I have jack all finished, but I felt a need to update during the quiet. -Remember this half-piston head? Me neither. I wonder where the rest of it went. I hacked it down the middle here- -Because I found a good spot for an access panel. The original fuzzy plan was to connect case wiring to the system via long cables and hope they didn't jam up sliding the core module in. THAT PLAN WAS CRAP. What do you expect from vague fuzzy planning? With a big hole in the front I can hook up all the LED wires after the core is installed. I should probably remind myself to make it removable from the outside... Velcro? -Here it is post sanding an epoxying. -After some more hacking to make it sit lower, I noticed it doesn't exactly cover my planned hole. Hmm... Now you know why I'm wondering where the rest of that piston head is. -Don't think I haven't noticed this thing is getting front-heavy. -Anyone here still keeping a parts list? I've been eyeing these for a while: Minivan luggage rack extrusions. They came off as soon as it was discovered they whistle above 50 mph. They scream even louder in the chop saw. -Mix up some epoxy and mash 'em in to it. The brass pipe came from trimming a towel rack. -Dry, sand, and BOOM! Fancy enamel end-caps. Did you notice these look like fins? I have to remove the anodizing later to match the grimy metal color scheme. -One more random part: This is part of an abandoned meat grinder. It came with a backyard pot full of boiled deer skulls and a gruesome spot in the floor of the storage shed. I'm guessing the lure of 'free duuhr meet' died as soon as they found out cleaning the deer was actual work. Something the size of a dog isn't much of a bountiful harvest either... ANYway, I marked this up for cutting. -And did some dremeling with a bit of coping saw work around the tube area. -Yay! I finally got rid of that awkward spot in front if the fan grill. -I did some 'fit, mark, grind, repeat' until it was fairly flush. -Around this time I noticed the outside was lacking in brass accents. To make matters worse, my choices are getting slim. I'm pretty sure I can't add that bottle opener. The copper pipe is usable, though. -Intermission- The drive in the Ion Cube started acting up, so I had to swap that out. The problem is the drive smack in the middle of the system. Someone remind me not to design like that again. Thanks for your patience, sponsors and viewers alike.
  8. Making psu cable cover and mount bracket for watercooling custom
  9. ImmodderNation

    Bubble Wall (Aquarium) PC by ImmodderNation [IMDN]

    It's a work in progress. The PC is completed, just organizing the photos
  10. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Metal Carbon

    Today the assembly Stage Started, I feel more motivated to complete this project,☺️ I started assembling the top of the corsair case with 3mm rivets : My hand riveter was jumping off my hands from excessive force & did scratch the panels, thank God, two days ago I followed my sixth sense & did spare some thinned basecoat paint , I knew it will be useful to repair my stupid mistakes I don’t want to loose more time filling my paintgun, easy trick : very softly apply paint layers with a Q-tip , better than brushes known to leave ugly hair marks : just to know how the structure will look, I didn’t attach the two cases together yet : Adding some accessories : Assembling the right panel grill : the rivets were cut down & grinded as soft as possible to avoid cutting an electric cable : Farbwerk led controller custom window attached :
  11. random2k4

    WOPR - Casecon by RandomDesign

    It is actually a customer build
  12. RcRon7

    WOPR - Casecon by RandomDesign

    So, is this mod for you or a customer?
  13. random2k4

    WOPR - Casecon by RandomDesign

    This time just a small update. Doors are now completely processed and ready to be primed and painted. I also included a small magnet on the backside. As you might notice, I changed the position of the magnets. I was going to install two at the upper part but changed my door mechanism so I only need one at the bottom. Will see how things turn out. Then I started to fill in all smaller gaps at the main body. Hopefully, I can finish up this step during this week.
  14. Hi everyone! Well I'm happy to announce a new series on my channel here I feature the best mods out there in a pretty simple format! I have already 3 episodes so feel free to give your feedback about them a help me bring more people to the modding scene! Episode 1 Episode 2 Episode 3 Hope you guys like the idea! Best regards, Tankian the Man!
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  16. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Metal Carbon

    @Mosquito, thanks we should call Corsair & convince them to make Silver versions of their Carbide Line products
  17. Mosquito

    The Venom Project by RandomDesign

    As usual, awesome work!
  18. random2k4

    The Venom Project by RandomDesign

    I was so pis**d when the original water block didnt fit. Now its like 1000 times better.
  19. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Metal Carbon

    First Basecoat Today , Glossy glossy : As I am not yet familiar with this brand of paint, I thought it is better to start with the small 0.5mm gun & the small pieces, consequently, if anything goes wrong I don’t waste too much paint. few pieces are painted black ; most of the others are metallic grey : Some of my brass fittings were painted too: even my DIY RGB splitter was sprayed, going to need some effort cleaning those tiny connectors with a needle after I finish the paintjob :
  20. kaisounovsky

    Corsair 750D Metal Carbon

    @Cheapskate Yes indeed, I hate sanding, but i have no other choice, I want the whole thing to be painted metallic grey, a good preparation before & after the primer coat is a must to avoid acrylic basecoat issues, like peeling off & crackling ... GRR I hate that ...I hate that...I hate that
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