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  1. 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..... :)
  2. thunerous1

    NZXT H230 Mod

    Happy 4th of July monkeys! OK, so here's the plan: I'm wanting to mod my nzxt case with a window, handle, psu cover, and hdd cage cover. (as well as some artwork) It's DRAGON themed (black with red accents). I currently have the idea of doing a chinese style dragon wrapping around the case with a glossy red vinyl (custom made vinyl work). I will also be doing some red LED lighting in the window and possibly in the front of the case where the fans have the little intake grill. For the hdd and psu cover, I was just going to get some black acryllic and do 90o bends to fit around them. I also had the idea of creating an acryllic video card blackplate but i'm not sure how it's done. Currently I'm running into a few problems. I'm not sure what design to use for the window cutout, and as for the handles, I would really like to just have one handle in the center of the case (so I can carry it with one hand and have my other hand free to carry my monitor or suit case) Plus, I have yet to come up with a cool name for this build. Project _______. help fill in the blank :) Tell me what you think. All criticism and ideas are going to be well considered.
  3. leoakirakblo

    Build log: Mini Dragon

    Hi all!! I'm not so forum's addict, from now i will :) This time, i looking for smaller and sli/crossfire capable rig with a "cool look". What will be used: Case: Bitfenix Colosus M Mobo:MSI Z97m gaming (Thank's to MSI for support me!) VGA:MSI N770 TF4 2GD5 OC Memory: Corsair Domintaor GT 2000 cl7 4GB (Until get a better) PSU:Silverstone Strider Gold 1000W Cooling parts: i will reutilize my unused parts, Alphacool and enzotech fittings, Magicool rad and Swiftech CPU block. Here we go... Some meters of MDPC sleeves I dont decide yet which ID hose iwll be used :) Sleeving.. Burning my finger's The one night result: Sleeve the original cable in the Silverstone it's really boring.. in PCI-E cable was a capacitor and ferrite tube ...Just left 3 cables (2 SATA and 1 4 pin) Sleeved fans. Drawing back plate and grommets: Back panel, front panel and badges: Continue...
  4. LiljHoN

    Project: Dragon Knight

    Hi Guys, I would like to share my Work Log / Build Log for my Latest projects here,. so here it is =) ,. Project: "Dragon Knight" MSI "Dragon" Logo concept design Specs: Processor: Intel G3258 Motherboard: MSI Z97I Gaming AC Graphics Card: MSI GeForce GTX750 Twin Frozr Gaming OC Memory: 16GB Kit 2*8gb DDR3 1866 CL10 Kingston Hyper X Fury SSD: Kingston Hyper X 3K 480gb SSD Case: BitFenix Prodigy ITX Case + Prodigy Mesh Front Panel Power Supply: BitFenix FURY 650G Fans: BitFenix Spectre Pro Led Fans Fan Controller: BitFenix Recon White Edition Cooling: Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper 180mm Single Radiator Special Thanks to:
  5. Hey there guys 'n gals, I just wanted to drop by again and show you my latest PC case review. I've more coming very soon as well, but this is my latest. Thanks for checking it out, and I'd appreciate any feedback you may have, either on here, on the article and/or on the YouTube video. *thumbs up* Article url: http://www.dragonblogger.com/review-deepcool-pangu-v2-sw-pc-case Btw, I actually have 2 of this case, and my son wants 1 of them for his PC, so the Warhammer mod I was going to do last year is now being changed up a lot and done with 1 of these cases. We're both very excited for it, and when I start the post on there, I'll let y'all know. Hopefully it'll be very soon though. Anyway... Oh yes, before I forget, our good pal Iggy "Zangza" Castillo also did a review and build-in with the Corsair Obsidian 450d as well: http://www.dragonblogger.com/unboxing-and-how-to-build-a-pc-using-a-corsair-obsidian-450d/ so check that out too, please, if you're interested. It really is done quite well and is very informative.
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