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  1. New build new changes Thnks to NZXT HQ for this case: NZXT Phantom 820 Gunmetal. Gonna strip it down, tear it up and design and build a better one in my style. Originally Stock, It isnt my style, to futuristic, Gonna flip it all over,go the clean route and Do my thing. Flipped motherboard I/O is on the upper now. I need a clean top panel now, gonna leave only the mesh part stock, the rest will be cleaned See u with the next update
  2. 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.
  3. LEGION Hi guys i am back with another NZXT Case Mod / Build. This Project will be the NZXT Phantom 820 Case and the name of the Build is "LEGION". This Build log will have allot of details and some parts of it may even be guides as i would like to share as much of the process i go through with you guys.Including Mistakes if they are made and how to fix them. As always i would like to thank my sponsors for helping me with the build because without them it wouldnt be possible.And i do this because i want to and appreciate their help. Not because they make me. Huge Thanks goes out to: http://www.nvidia.com/page/home.html http://www.primochill.com/ http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ http://www.nzxt.com/...product_all.php http://www.enermax.com/ http://www.avexir.com/ http://www.mod-smart.com/ http://mnpctech.com/ Hope you guys enjoy the Log and the build as it comes together. Keep watching for more updates. MybadOmen
  4. If you've listened to the last Pod Cast you will have heard Bill mention my Phantom build. PN was my last watercooled build started back in April of 2011; here's how it panned out... (apologies for the poor photography in advance, it has improved since then :lol: ) The NZXT Phantom is just one of those cases you either love or hate Remove the fans and hard disk racks Much better :D
  5. About time for me to start posting on this project, which has been very slow in getting started. The theme is Absinthe, the Green Fairy. Although some of the build may look steampunkish, the style is more Victorian/Edwardian and Art Nouveau in nature. First, for those who aren't familiar with this drink, a definition: Absinthe a distilled alcoholic beverage, usually made from a variety of herbs including fennel, anise and especially grand wormwood (Artemisia absinthium.) The title of the green fairy "la fée verte" refers to absinthe's usual green color, although it is produced in clear and other colors as well. Absinthe was very popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries in Europe, particularly France. Many writers and artists of the time were absinthe drinkers: Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine, Arthur Rimbaud, Mata Hari, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Amedeo Modigliani, Vincent van Gogh, Oscar Wilde, Edgar Alan Poe and Aleister Crowley. The drink has a certain mystique and reputation for being a dangerous and addictive drug. Absinthe is said to open one's mind and cause hallucinations. However, the active chemical compound derived from the wormwood (thujone) is only found in trace amounts in the drink. Studies have not found absinthe to be any more dangerous or addictive than other distilled spirits. Due to this reputation, absinthe was banned in certain countries (including the US) for a number of years. The case being used in this build is a black NZXT Phantom (thanks to Bill Owen of http://www.mnpctech.com) with custom airbrushed artwork by Brad Galvin of http://www.dirtdesignsgraphic.com. Here are some photos of the prep and painting: Yes, that's Kyle van der Merwe standing next to Brad Galvin. ;)/> Photos of the finished airbrush work:
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