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Hello everyone! :lol: i'm new in this forum and i'm from Italy.I've joined this forum to follow worklogs and to share mine! So here we go: BLACK & GOLD 600T Asus Sabertooth 990fx r2Amd FX 8320 (VID: 1,1875 / Clock 3,511 MHz / Idle-Full = 19°C-55°CCorsair h100i + Gentle Typhoon AP15 120mmPalit GeForce GTX 770 Jetstream 4gbKingston HyperX Beast 16gbCorsair AX750 Gold SeriesSSD Samsung Evo 120gbSSD Corsair Force 3 120gb (cache disk)HDD Segate Barracuda 3Tb 2 months ago i started modding my case (Corsair Graphite 600t SE), by modify some small things as the top mesh, the 5,25 bay cover and an homemade clear side panel. But after a bit, i wanted to start a real project, so i modeled and fast-rendered an example to follow: Cut off the 5,2 bay, and varnished all in matte black... I started to cover all internal surfaces with carbon fiber effect film, studied a metal grid to attach the SSDs, and re-made the interior wall and covered with carbon fiber film... ...and to the grid i cutted an hole in order ro re-utilize the original 600t rubber grommet Now my rig looks like this: I also started to model the side panel in 3D for a futur remake (maybe), and i had fun with 3D compositing :P Next mods will be: Frontal intake 140mm fanBlack sleeved cables installationLED illlumination systemRemake clear side panel I hope you like my workog, and i apologize for my not perfec english :unsure:
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.