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  1. PROJECT NEOTOXIC - Pink and White AMD-based Bitfenix Neos Build I've had my system for a while now. It's been pretty good so far in terms of performance and reliability, but it's always need something more. Right now, it's specs are: AMD Phenom II X4 945 125W ID-Cooling SE-913X* ASUS M5A78L-M LX V2 10GB Kingston DDR3L (1x8GB + 1x2GB) HIS Radeon HD 6950 1GB Bitfenix Neos White Window HP 110T Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer Antec Truepower New 650W As you can see, it's a decent, somewhat run-of-the-mill system. It's been able to handle everything I've thrown at it so far to a decent degree. However, I noticed that it's starting to stutter a bit in some games when there is a lot of blood involved. This isn't helped by the extremely dated CPU and GPU. I do have a solution to this problem though. I will be upgrading the system to the following specs (B=bought, N=Need to buy, all prices are in AUD): AMD FX-6300 (B, $30) Undecided CPU Cooler (got my eye on a Scythe Ninja Mini on eBay) MSI 970A SLI Krait Edition (B, $97) 18GB DDR3 (B, $60) (2x4GB+1x8GB+1x2GB) Undecided GPU (probably RX 460) Bitfenix Neos White Window (B, $69) 2x Undecided 120mm Case Fans Antec Truepower New 650W (B, $70) As you can see, the only parts that will be carried over are the PSU, Case and some of the RAM. I will also be making my own custom additions to the case: Clear Acrylic Side Panel Window PSU Shroud Pink and White Custom Sleeved PSU Cables Pink LED's Pink Front Mesh Here is the build in it's current state: And here is the motherboard: I also need some advice: The PSU shrould will be painted white, should I leave it blank or put a logo/design on it? If so, what logo and colour should it be?
  2. This afternoon it finally happend! My new case the Raven05 by Silverstone arrived. It arrived in absolute perfect condition, lucky me. Seeing her naked the first time is always exciting! :D But what's inside her was not that much (until now). Right let's stay serious for a moment. These are the parts I will use in this build, they all come from my previous build 'The Quiet Viking'. So that'll be: Asus Sabertooth Z87 i5 4590 with Scythe Ashura Crucial Ballistix 8GB 1600mhz RAM Nvidia GTX 770 with Rajintek Morpheus Samsung 850EVO 120GB SSD Seagate 7200RPM 1tb HDD All powered by a Corsair RM650 PSU After installing my motherboard I noticed that there was not much space left between my CPU cooler and the case. But I checked the fitment and I was all good. On to some minor modding. We all know these pesky small frontpanel connectors (here on the right). What I always did until now is replace them with the connector you get on internal USB2.0 cables. (here on the left) The result then looks like this. It's cleaner IMO and it's certainly easier to plug in! (why are we not funding this?) Next on my list was the PSU install and that went on like a breeze. Seems like Silverstone did some thinking, holes in the handles to reach the screws. Good Job! What would be a build log without a dog? Right, my next subject was my GPU. I installed 2 of my Noctua S12 Redux on it to replace my clicking Enermax fans. Why isnt everything powdercoated like this? :huh: It fits! A bit closer to the bottom fan than I expected but still more than enough space. Storage has been fitted aswell. The SSD is being held in place by magic. Well actually it's double sided tape... And we are done! took me only about 5 hours and about 10 years of my life because of all the cable management frustration. But look at it youself. And she lives! I hope you enjoyed this quick build log, but keep this thread in your mind more to come!
  3. Totally Hand Crafted Acrylic sticker mod for a Corsair 760t Case.....it was a really hard thing to do all these 3 cuts from the plain sheets within just one day....one of them is 8 inches/10 inches in size... One is 5 inches/ 4 inches in size....the acrylic was an opal colored white acrylic sheet.... And the ROG eye was done for a dearest person of mine.....it was done in and red 3mm acrylic sheet.... THE ROG LOGO Some up close pictures..... The MSI LOGO..... This is the 4/5 inches one..... This is the bigger one 10/8 inches one.... Close up Extreme close up.... ;) With MSI logo Both sizes Together.... Please do add your comments and suggestion and anything whatever you like.....each and every comments inspires me a lot to do more..... :)
  4. Prior to doing mods I have not had any power tool experience, electrical skills, nor painting abilities; never really built anything... Until I discovered case modding! I spent days in the garage making un-straight cuts, scuffing up the factory paint job, using math I thought I would never use outside of high school. What I can say is that I’m proud of what I built. (I did not own any of these tools, beforehand. But surprisingly they weren’t too expensive.) About 1 year ago. One of the greatest moments, is getting the parts to your first computer. An here it is put together. OH the Newbie I was. YES that's a SSD twist tied to had side of the drive bays... A few component upgrades later… And finally… I was happy.
  5. The theme of this mod came from the TRON Kevin Flynn White Cycle with it White and blue colors. Special Thanks goes to : SapphireCoolerMasterINTELASUSAZZASwiftechKingstonEnermaxSilverStone Complete Part List Case: AZZA Genesis 9000Motherboard: ASUS PZ77-PremiumMemory: 32GBs Kingston Hyper-X Black 2400MHZCPU: Intel Core i7 I7-3770KVideo Cards: Twin Sapphire HD 7950 White EditionCPU Cooling: Swiftech custom water cooling blockPower Supply: CoolerMaster 1000W Modular.DVDRW: ASUS 2X BD combo driveCustom Braided cable: SilverStone.Enermax and CoolerMaster fansCustom LightingStealthRes 175 Multi-Option Reservoir - Exclusive White EndcapsMonsoon Premium G 1 / 4 LED Plug - WhiteFESER Blue coolant Primochill Hex 2-Layer Rad Grillz - Triple 120mm - UV Blue/BlackPrimochill Hex 2-Layer Rad Grillz - Single 120mm - UV Blue/BlackAutomotive wire-less 4 Channel remote to control all the led lighting
  6. After at least two years of complete silence from my side, it's time to get back into casemodding once again. The case which the mod is going to based on, is Phanteks Enthoo Primo, a one-hell-of-a-beast case, suitable for high performance water cooling. I don't do 3D sketches of how my mod is going to be, as most of you guys are doing. I'm more into doing the whole thing as the project goes, at least that is how i work the best. :) Here is some list of what the overall theme is going to be, and what kind of hardware there is going into it: Color theme: Black, White and Blue Hardware: Motherboard: MSI Z68A-GD80 G3CPU: Intel i5 2500K @ 4.2 - 4.4 GHzMemory: 4 x 4GB @ 1600 MHz (Might be changed)GFX: Gigabyte HD7870 OC (Looking for another one, for a CrossFire setup)OS Disk: 120GB OCZ Vertex 3 MAX IOPS (Either I'm going to buy a 240GB og getting another 120GB, for raid)PSU: 1200W SilverStone Strider Gold EvolutionWell, let's first take a look at the actual case. That's how it looks right from the factory, but lets get started on the modding part. :) I'm really eager to get it going. First off, i removed all the mesh, and there is a lot of that on this case. Sanded it, primed it, and painted it white. Looks quite good, better than i had expected. :) As i don't own any optical drives, I'm going to remove the bottom of the 5.25" cage, to get more room for the upcoming water cooling, and some other stuff. But as Bill told in his video review of the case, the 5.25" cage is attached to the actual case with both screws and rivets, so firstly i removed all the rivets, and drilled the holes a bit larger, and cut a 4mm thread into the holes, so i don't have to rivet it together once again. That's it, for the first update, and thanks for peeking. And also, thanks a lot to my sponsors, for letting me do this, and making it all possible. :)
  7. Hello everyone! I suppose it is about time that I unvieled the project that I have been working on for about 3 weeks now. I present to you the victim... This particular powermac G4 was on the way to the scrap heap when I rescued him. I have never really liked macs, and so I am going to enjoy tearing this one apart and building it into a usable windows machine. I originally planned to strip paint off of the inside of the case, but as you will see, it isn't fun and doesn't look all that great. So anyways, let's clean her up... I don't think you need any of that... Important! I need to save a few crucial parts from my tear-down. First will be the front panel connectors. My friend Design for Paragon helped me immensely with his guide on how to properly re-wire this connection so it will work on a standard motherboard. He also helped me by sending me some motherboard standoffs that he used in his build here. In addition, the power supply is an important piece to save. Depending on my configuration, I may choose to buy a small form factor power supply that actually can fit within the original housing, therefore eliminating some problems. (need to check if feasible though). So onward! This time, I get to have fun trying to get this daayumn paint off. Well, this looks fun... Super clean! might actually work if you don't dilute it like I did... So... long ...really... long story short, this is a pain in the butt. I tried sandpaper, steel wool, acetone and a steel wire attachment for a drill (that was fun lol), but they all seemed to have their own problems. Sandpaper and the steel wire scratched the plastic to hell, and acetone took forever and left the paint in sort of a grey residue. I did the front and top panel and painted them after a combo of these methods got them almost black. However, once the paint dried, I knew it simply wasn't worth it. There were blemishes and scratch marks from prior abuse (lived in a school for crying out loud). So I decided (at the time of posting this actually) to forego my idea and simply coat the outer shell in whatever colors I decide. This has another benifit. The apple logo on the side of the case can not be removed, and this allows me to paint over it or cover it in another way. For your viewing displeasure... AND WHAT DO YOU KNOW? All that paint scrubbing took up like the past two weeks of my life and I just decided to undo all that work. Oh well, live and learn. So a few things... 1. Do you think I should go for a matte finish to contrast with that sexy mirror dual 5.25" door?2. I just realized I haven't talked about why this thing is going to be star wars themed?!?!?!3. Recommendations for hardware? (no I don't think water cooling) SO WHY STAR WARS?Well for one, It's awesome. And more informatively, it is one of my favorite movie series. Ever. I grew up watching these movies and I love sci-fi in general. One problem you may have noticed is the lack of windows in this design. The side panel can't be used due to the motherboard being mounted on in and the other side panel houses the power supply! How could you possibly remedy this situation?! In my sleep-deprived mind at about 12pm a few nights ago, I finally figured it out. Basically, the top of the case is relatively debris free.As you can see, there is a nice open area, good for airflow. That bottom cage had a fan mounted in it, but it can be removed if necessary. Still not catching on? I plan to cut a rectangle (with rounded edges) through the top of the case (plastic and metal) and cover the opening with some sort of clear acrylic. After that, I plan to angle a mirror located along the bottom of the case that reflects the image of the motherboard and GPU back up at you. Ironically, in physics class the next day we started our unit on mirrors and lenses. Tell me what you guys think! :) P.S. I kinda am crazy/creative
  8. Hello guys, I'm new user here on the forum more I follow the modzoo for many years ... The proposal is a simple, clean, and quiet case ... Let the pictures ... This photo is already a bit old, I've already changed almost any hardware, but I think is still on: D First modification was cutting the side ... Full sleeve at the source, this was surely the most annoying part, it is too complicated, I thought it would be easier ... Sleeve MDPC-X ... Part of cable management... I made some platelets of acrylic to hold the cables, it helps a lot in organizing ... PSU Cover and cover mobtherboard tray Well guys, that's it for now ... soon I intend to do some more mods, hope you like ... Sorry for my english of google...
  9. Hello everyone! You might have seen this build before, why? Because this project log was started in 2012. But then, why are you here again? Well this project is kind of a never ending story for me, I upgraded the hardware along the way and changed it, I still have it and I still change it. But I never was totally satisfied with it. AMD also released their A-10 7850K a while ago and I really wanted to have this in this small build to make it a really awesome HTPC, but how should I be able to cool 100W in this small case? I will watercool it, first with a Corsair H75 and further on I will make an entire custom loop in this small case. That is what Im going to show you now, but first, if you have time, go through the worklog to see how I built this case from the beginning. I will list all the updates further down. The new hardware in this case will be: MB: MSI A88XI AC CPU: AMD A10 7850K RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum 2x4GB 2400MHz PSU: Streacom ST-NANO150 SSD: Corsair Force LS 120GB FANS: 2x Prolimatech Ultra Sleek Vortex 12 New things to do: New front and backplate out of aluminium.Sleeve the new PSU and all the other cables.Cut a bigger hole in the bottom for 2x 120mm fans.Installing the Corsair H75.Sand down all edges and polish them.New case feet.Custom loop? I got the idea for this build when I was looking at some of the acrylic I had left from Cold Winter. Saw some nice shape coming. So I started cutting, and got these two acrylic pieces: I got some nice hifi-looking feet and some hinges to put the two pieces together. Then I made a front and backplate and powdercoated them white. Installed a LCD and a simple power switch. Installed a simple Intel Atom motherboard with 4gb ram and a lot of harddrive space. Installed a intake 100mm fan under the motherboard. And here is the final pictures Hardware pics Right side Left side Back Front Thanks for visiting! Johan Nyman
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