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  1. warboy

    FENWAR

    Hi! guys! I start work at another mod starting from the Case Bitfenix Shogun I want to change the design and colors of this fantastic case POWER SUPPLY: FSP HYDRO G 750W Motherboard: MSI Z97A GAMING 6 Graphics Card:MSI GTX 980 GAMING 4G Chassis: BitFenix Shogun Ram: 16 Gb CORSAIR VENGEANCE(4x4Gb) Fans: 6 x Bitfenix Xtreme Spectre Pro LED blue LED: Alchemy 2.0 Magnetics Led Strips RGB controller 150 cm CPU: Intel i7 4790k SSD: Samsung PRO 128 GB HDD: 4 TB WD Green (2 x 2Tb) Now some hardware photos The power Supply is FSP HYDRO G 750W
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  2. jojoharalds

    Black Treassure -- be quiet dark base pro 900

    Hey everyone, I am back with another project log for you, hope you enjoy whats comning,and please feel free to comment This time i will be working in the be quiet dark base pro 900 which in my opinion is one Badass case with Badass features, Huge Thank you goes out to bequiet for providing me with the Case,Fans and Powersupply, http://www.bequiet.com/en And huge Thank you to my friend over @ icemodz.com http://www.icemodz.eu/ The theme around this beauty of a case is simple ,black and put on some coloured accents here and there, i will simply call it black treassure since i think it will fit the case and the overall endresult. Enjoy CASE: Bequiet Dark Base Pro 900 FANS:Beqiet Silent wings 3, SPECS: MB:Asus Maximus VII Hero GPU:Asus Strix 1080 CPU:Intel 4790K RAM:16Gb Corsair Dominator Platinum PSU:Corsai HX1000i HDD:1x256 Samsung 950pro nvme, [OS] [Watercooled] 2x256 Samsung Evo [RAID0] [GAMES] 1x2TB Western Digital [STUFF] WATERCOOLING: Pump:Aquacomputer Aquastream Ultimate RES:Alphacool 100ml res RAD:2x 360mm ,1 x 140mm,1x 240mm CPU:EK Supremacy EVO [Gold Plated] NVME:: Aquacomputer Kyro Copper edition Plans: Enjoy the possibilitys of the case ,and therefore do a reverse installment of the mainboard , Delidd my cpu, Custom Psu cover, Custome Cover for some cable area, (and some more ,when it comes to mind) Case Unboxing and getting it readdy for reverse mounting. Enjoying the Flexibility of the case , preparing it for reverse mount
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  3. Mosquito

    Cyber Kitsune

    looks like a lot of work, but I look forward to the progress updates. Welcome to the Zoo!
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  4. InsolentGnome

    Cyber Kitsune

    I was just chatting with another modder about how it's odd you don't see stuff like EVA used in case modding much, at least not here in the US. I'm curious to see how you work with it.
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  5. Envious Mods

    Cyber Kitsune

    Welcome to the Mod Zoo. I'm excited to see this progress. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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  6. Im actually working on some 3d printed watercooling parts right now. This should make for a great episode! Great questions. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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  7. Since I've got a whole lot of water cooling stuff installed, it'd probably be a good idea to run some lines. I'm using Bitspower's 12mm OD PETG with their deluxe white fittings. Since I kind of screwed my self space-wise, trying to keep the case compact, I had to get imaginative with some of the loop. There wasn't enough space for fittings between the GPU and the window so all my runs had to stay between the GPU and the mb. Other than the tight confines around the GPU, most of the line was straightforward. The last two lines I can't do until I get all this in the shell with the radiator. So I guess it's time to mate things up. I want some lighting to brighten things up so I went with some Darkside white LED strips. I mounted them in the top of the shell to give some top down lighting for the components. I ditched the foam tape that was on them since it never stays stuck for long and went with Scotch clear mounting tape. It always does the trick even though it's a pain to cut and get the backing off of. After finishing the last two lines to the radiator, it was time to fill it it up with some Mayhems Blitz to clean the loop and check for leaks. Once that was flushed out, I filled it with Mayhems Pastel white to stay with the black and white theme. And now she's ready for her glamour shots! Again, thanks to my sponsors:
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  8. I need to set an alarm for this one.
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  9. Most important question: Do you have any T-Shirts? I'm a T-shirt whore. Got MNPCTech shirt, Modzoo Shirt, PDXLAN, NZXT, CaseLabs, amongst bands and nerdy stuff.
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  10. Share your worst RMA Horror Story.
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  11. Also, thoughts on component manufacturers offering their own blocks for their cards/boards like Zotac's ArcticStorm 1080. Ie, Asus is using EK for the block on their Formula, but are all companies going to turn to reputable brands for blocks? Do you see it cutting into your chuck of the market or a good spot for expansion?
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  12. Is the growing popularity of AIO coolers helping or hurting DIY Watercooling Market?
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  13. PSH, just do push/pull, then there's 18 :b
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  14. Paskowitz drops the mic and leaves the stage!!!!!
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  15. You want questions... ok... I've got questions... RGBs and customization What does a "post-RGB" world look like? Are RGBs just a consumer desire for customization and are there non RGB product features that can fit this desire? What is the best implementation of RGB in a PC product to date? The worst? Not really RGB related, but do you think there is a place for 3D printing in water cooling parts? Is Watercool interested in this area? Thoughts on making life easy for the DIY community? Finally, how would you like to see RGBs and customization in general integrated into future Watercool products (if at all)? Premium Materials Watercool products always have a very premium, industrial look and feel. Has Watercool every considered/investigated using ultra high end materials like titanium, magnesium, reinforced composites (carbon fiber)? Pros, cons? Fantasies? Could you explain how Watercool sources their metals? What is this process like and what kind of standards do you have in place? Same question but for non metals (plastics, etc)? The "new Watercool Heatkiller radiator": What do you think is the single biggest area of differentiation Watercool can bring to the market with a new radiator? X Flow vs U flow? Which do you prefer? Other designs? Not a question but my personal fantasy radiator: Color customization like the Heatkiller Tube, IE colored metal inserts. Front/back ports and bottom drain ports would also be huge. Finally, something really awesome would be integrated temperature and flow monitoring sensors. Now if all of those features could be optional on a base model or standard on a super premium one... that would be the cat's pajamas.) Also you seriously need to brand it the Heatkiller Rad. Just rad, like Tube. Simple branding > complex branding. Engineering Watercool Heatkiller products (CPU and GPU blocks) take a somewhat different water path/flow vs the competition. What research engineering led to these decisions and why do you feel your designs are best? What kinda of variables and metrics do you factor in when designing a CPU/GPU block? How do industrial requirements compare to consumer facing requirements? What is the hardest part about engineering a water cooling product (any product)? Random questions: Watercool delid die guard? Any interest in fan/PWM controllers? Fans? Case? (Personally, I would LOVE to see a bare or brushed metal case. Maybe 3-4 large milled pieces that fit together. Something like this.) That should take up a good 30 minutes.
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  16. Will Heatkiller ever luanch a D5 "Dress Kit?" You know, for the big ass on D5's. Also, do you guys plan on making everything in RRRRRGEEEEEEBEEEEE?
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  17. It's much appreciated. I don't think I've ever spent so long trying to figure out something do simple. It took months of trial and error to come up with something that worked the way I wanted it to. I'm very happy with the results.
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  18. Curious if WATERCOOL would ever considered designing their own case?
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  19. Yeah that front honeycomb looks sick man, nice work, I love how it fades in and out.
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  20. Agreed, I'm glad that you chose that pattern. It really does tighten things up, and doesn't look random or out of place.
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  21. Envious Mods

    FORGE

    It's cool to see you pushing on with more mods. Seeing you mod older PCS reminds me of when I 1st started modding and brings a smile to my face. It goes to show you don't have to have a nice case to make an awesome build; just determination and a love to mod. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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  22. Ohhh, this will be a fun one. Here are my questions: What are your thoughts on all this RGB now becoming part of water cooling industry?? Are you guys going to jump in it as well? What do you like better - Hardline or Softline builds?
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  23. Dear Jakob, I love your products. Let me count the ways.... Actually, I'd like to ask, what has prompted Watercool to push product development in the last year? And, will we have see multi-port variations (4-5 ports) of those sexy rads you have?
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  24. Bill Owen

       

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  25. That turned out great. Looks like a lot of fun. I might have to try some sort of keyboard project in the near future.
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