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  1. Hello everyone, Back in October Asus had a local case mod competition, for the 2015 Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Dreamhack event. This mod was our entry, which won us the first place. It's a scratchbuild with a side HUD, which displays system details, in real time. The system itself sends the information, to a Raspberry PI, inside the case. The Raspberry PI handles the side panel display. The side panel is the outer level of a TN, put on top of a laser-etched plexiglass, which is put right on top of the motherboard. The case is mostly plexiglass and abs, cut on a laser CNC. Rig: i7 4790k; 16GB HyperX beast @2400MHz; Asus Maximus VII Formula; HyperX 3K 120GB SSD x2 RAID0; ASUS GeForce GTX 980 Poseidon Platinum Watercooling: Phobya 360mm radiator Phobya CPU-Cooler UC-2 LT Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 15 LT Alphacool 13/10 compression fitting 90° revolvable G1/4 - Deep Black Masterkleer tubing PVC 13/10mm (3/8"ID) UV-reactive dark red Laing DDC-pump + Alphacool Laing DDC Plexi cover We're pretty new to game and for the next project we will have a full blown work-load. Up until minute 7 you can see the design process and at around 14:00 you can see the development of the software as well. Hope you like the video. Any feedback is welcome! :)
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