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  1. Hello and welcome to the project logs for: VENOM First i'd like to thank all the wornderful people who helped with this project Cablemod (Link) ASUS Republic of gamers UK (Link) TeamGroup Global (Link) Fractal Design (Link) EK Water Blocks (Link) Cablemod being the main sponsor for this project also paid for nearly everything on this project. the awesome saucy team that they are Specs: Cablemod Pro Edition Cable extensions Cablemod RGB/UV LED Kit Cablemod RGB/UV LED strip 30cm Cablemod green thumb screws Ryzen 7 1700X ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero ASUS ROG Strix 1070 Fractal Design Define R6 Fractal Design 850w PSU Teamgroup Global RAM (Cannot discuss at this time) EKWB Full watercooling EK-Vardar EVO 140ER Black (2000rpm) EK-CoolStream SE 280 EK-FB ASUS C6H RGB Monoblock - Nickel EK-HD Tube 10/12mm 500mm EK-HDC Fitting 12mm G1/4 - Black EK-RES X3 150 EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM - (incl. pump) EK-CryoFuel Acid Green Premix 900 mL EK-AF Angled 90° G1/4 Black EK-AF Angled 45° G1/4 Black EK-FC1080 GTX Strix - Acetal+Nickel EK-FC1080 GTX Strix Backplate - Black What is VENOM ? Venom is an all green and black build, with a serious twist. using PolyMorph plastic, i'll be re-doing the shroud and panels of the case. Veins will be wrapping themselves around the whole case and internals, these veins will ignite bright green under UV lights. Think of the upside-down in Stranger Things. Imagine those roots/veins as green.. Got it? lol I've got a lot of work ahead of me on this one, i'll also be doing strange things to the tubing, reservoir and fittings. It's actually very hard to describe, but i got all the design images i need up in my brain lol. Photo's Delivery from Cablemod! I had these cables custom made just for this project. These are the Cablemod Pro cables, with Aluminium combs I also asked for some sexy Anodised thumb screws from cablemod And finally, i needed some UV lights for the project. Cablemod sent out RGB/UV kit + extra 30cm strip Delivery from ASUS Republic Of Games UK - Has just arrived! Check out these two beauties! First up is the Crosshair VI Hero! Next up, the Strix 1070 OC 8GB That's all for today folks. Thanks for looking PS. My projects move pretty fast, so although there's ''no work'' so far, it'll come in. There's no ''pixxy dust dreams'' up in here.
  2. Amd fx9590 4.8ghz 24gb ram ddr3 1600 mhz asus radeon strix 480x 8gb 8ghz pc case inwin all hand made arctic cooling 360 I've reached 0.00 Celsius in 15%cpu and 5gb ram utilisation
  3. NZXT H630 mod, Doppler effect, by DeKa (completed March 11, 2015) Hello everyone,This is my first post in this forum, Bill Owen recommended me to publish my work here and I will do the best I can as my English is a little limited. I know Bill Owen's work since the start my modding disease. His work inspired me to start in "this" we do around here. madnesses, oh yes. The Primochill fittings revolver I use this mod not sold in Spain, I bought in Germany ... his fault. I am Argentine and I live in a town near Barcelona, Spain. For some time I have been working on various advertising and design projects, but for the last couple of years I'm focused mostly on the PC Modding. I am hoping that my latest productions will catch the attention it deserves, hope you like it as much as I liked doing it. I used a chassis that I personally really like the NZXT H630 and modding Doppler effect. A very minimal, rough and dull looking but extremely quiet. It is also robust and has very discreet lines, with a little work and creativity, looks like a great chassis. One goal of this mod was to work and keep it simple, subtle with minimal lines, using colors typical to that of Asus Republic of Gamers but with a touch more white (not wanting to repeat both reds). I also wanted to create a computer where silence predominated, and for this I used a liquid-cooled high-end custom and distribution of ventilation chord. A minimal, powerful, extremely quiet design and the highest quality components!Below I detailed a worklog ... The Worklog... But first, a look at the finished mod :P Materials / Index Chassis NZXT H630 Black Paint Dust filters Hardware Asus Maximus Extreme VI Intel 4770K 4x4Gby TridentX GSkill RAM 2400MHz SLI Nvidia Gforce 770 Asus DirectCU II OC Corsair AX1200 PSU Corsair Wiring sleeve Samsung SSD 840 EVO 256Gby Samsung SSD 830 256Gby Asus Republic of Gamers Front Panel Liquid cooling components: Radiator EK CoolStream XTX (360) 3x12cms 11FPI 2x14cms 30FPI Koolance Radiator CPU Block EK Supremacy - Nikel block X4 Monarch Memories EK EK-FC770 GTX x2 DCII - Nickel EK-FC680 GTX x2 DCII Backplate x2 EK-FC Terminal - Plexi EKWB D5 Pump Storage with nano coating + TOP Aquacomputer Aqualis Corsairs AF 140 fans x3 x3 SP 120 fans methacrylate rigid pipes Fittings Primochill Revolver temperature sensors and other ... Lighting, wiring and sleeve. Lighting and Wiring Lighting blocks General lighting Sleeve The chassis, modifications and details This ultra tower NZXT is very quiet, versatile (although very large) and robust ... it doesn't come with a window but is internally buffered by acoustic panels so it was something less to worry about. The window mount had to keep up sound damping, and the side door was completely replaced by 6mm methacrylate, much thicker than normal (almost the total thickness of the cover) methacrylate but I gave both the structural robustness as soundproofing needed. As the window would represents most of mod tower’s personality I thought it would be a great idea to continue the front / top of the chassis in it with panels of red methacrylate and black aluminum also would bond everything together... Even had been thought over the idea of illuminating only the red methacrylate structural lines but it was impossible to reach the left side, although it would have been really good, I abandoned the idea. I completely removed a huge rack of hard disks compartments, as I had no intention of using it, no mechanical hard disk here (shhhhh) and I could take advantage of the extra space for a low 3x12cms radiator fin density (FPI), family of noiseless coolers. The remaining gap had to be covered up, and I did so using the same material I used in most of this mod, 1mm thick aluminium that had been painted the same black as the rest of the case. Other smaller the holes were plugged with a double sided film the same colour as the chassis, there was no sense to use a any other material and I kept it like that to preserve the possibility to easily remove it in the future if needed. Painting, matte finish:For teh whole mod project, I used Vallejos Premium water-based paints, specially created to apply airbrush paintings, even though it is very easy to apply and cover a lot with one hand, it lacked the expected resistance the I experienced in other paintings of the same type, perhaps it was because it was a fine pigment (for airbrush) layer ends up being too fine and even more so in areas where I sanded, clean surfaces, with a pre-coating and subsequent matt varnished, it was easily scratched. To combat this effect as best I could, I doubled the manufacturer's recommended application, both the color and the matte varnish. It paid off, I ended up with a though, perfect finish. The absolute black colour box was rough - too black, so had to try break the monotony, I decided to paint some parts like the H440 model, but matte metallic red. The red metallic color is not your typical striking red, but rather a more discreet and applied it along the edges and in the front side USB panel, I tried to paint white grids but it started to sway from the line I wanted. I painted black, red and imitation aluminum ledges which I applied in specific areas which you will see further down. Dust filters: The tower comes with lower, upper and front filters, but in reversing the airflow due to loudness issues, the rear fan instead of sucking, it will be exclusively dedicated to injecting airflow as this will be where the most dust would collect the filter had to be outside, to clean it regularly and comfortably without having to open the entire chassis, so I took the screws on the rear fan and with a little help of velcro, attach to the back just where I wanted it, a fine mesh of pvc sandwiched between two pieces thick light adhesive bonded together, fastened by wing nuts layered with recycled parts. The filter without being anything special, it does the job and is practical. Also place fixed filters in large parts of the chassis with passive ventilation. Hardware: The motherboard: The rear connectors on the motherboard are covered on the inside with a thin piece of bent acrylic adhesive lined anodized aluminum painted black imitation, fastened with Velcro to be easily removable if needed.I also subtly applied a metallic red RoG logo heatsink on the chipset to the mod, so it dits in the middle of SLI, then it gets illuminated by the light of the top graphics card.I made a black matte painted piece of 1mm folding aluminum, I placed hovering with screws on the lower connectors on the motherboard (hd-reset-hd led-USB front-AAFP, etc) used to lighlight the ledge where the PSU is placed, besides giving a brilliant aesthetic look it also hides many cables. RAM: The memories modules had to put in RL and this required removing the stock sinkhead and replace the monarch of EK, seemed like an easy task but it got nicely stuck in memory chips, so very carefully, and with a lot of patience I took art and skill not to damaging any components leaving them ready for the waterblock.
  4. Hi guys, Been a while since I've been active on the forums I've been super busy with a new job, move to a different city and pretty much a whole new life! Glad to say that I'm back and with a very exciting project! As the banner suggests it will be based on the Dead Space games and it's my entry for this year's Cooler Master Case Mod World Series as well as the ANZ Edition of the "World Series". I am going all out with for this project and trying some modding techniques I haven't done before so stay tuned and enjoy the build log! I'm gonna give a little hint and say that this will NOT be a clean build I would like to say a huge thanks to Cooler Master Australia for giving me this opportunity as well as ASUS Australia, Kingston HyperX, Avexir, Bitspower, Primochill, CableMod, PLE Computers and a new addition from a friend of mine, Kristian from MercoMods! SPECS Case - Cooler Master MasterCase 5 Maker Motherboard - ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme Assembly CPU - Intel i7 6700K Memory - 4 x 4GB Avexir ROG Certified Red Tesla 2400Mhz DDR4 GPU - 2 x ASUS STRIX GTX 980 SSD - 2 x Kingston HyperX Fury 240GB SSDs PSU - Cooler Master V1000 Cables - CableMod Fully Custom Individually Sleeved Cables + MercoMods Custom Braided Extensions LEDs - CableMod Magnetic RGB LED Strip Radiators - Bitspower Leviathan Slim 240 Radiator, Bitspower Leviathan Xtreme 360 Radiator Fans - CoolerMaster JetFlo 120mm Red and White LED fans Pump - Laing D5 with Black Bitspower MOD Package - Pump Top + Casing Reservoir - Bitspower D5 Top Upgrade Kit 150 with Cascade Tube Effect Fittings - PrimoChill Revolver SX Matte Black + Various Bitspower Carbon Black angle fittings and extensions Tubing - PrimoChill Copper Tubing CPU Block - Bitspower Summit EF GPU Block - 2 x Bitspower VG-NGTX980ADIIS For now I'll start with the packages received from Cooler Master: A mysterious box (though the thread title might hint at what's inside) JetFlo fans and a V1000 power supply Stay tuned for more guys! Cheers, Alex
  5. Patto

    ROG 800D

    Hello Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to the Log! Today I have a wonderful, exciting new mod to share with you. I have bought all my new gear and it is time to whack it into a case, and being a member of the prestigious modzoo, I cannot put it in a stock standard case(well that and stock now looks boring). So yes another ROG mod. But I promise you not another stock standard red and black theme, I have seen a painting method and really liked the look of and thought I would carry it onto my case. So stay tuned. I posted some pictures of actual molding to keep cheeps happy. Here is what the case started off as, of course the one I bought for $30 second hand is not as in good condition. After I got it naked I can get a good look a the bones, took me a good 30 - 45 mins to strip it as it is full of pop rivets and screws, not to mention the 100's of pieces I took of it. you can see the box next to it which is full of bits and pieces. Cutting a whole in the front bottom for the 240mm rad in the floor, cuts were a little rough but it will be covered with U-channel anyway. This was my big worry, cutting out the window and making sure the cuts were straight. only one point that was a little uneven I fixed with the file and a little bit of over cut on one corner, but this will be covered with painting. Let the fun begin, Paint prep. its a huge case so not looking forward to the sanding. Thants all for the start but will try and keep them coming fairly regular
  6. Case: Modded Fractal Design ARC Mini R2 Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus V Gene CPU: Intel i7 3770K GPU: nVidia GTX 970 SLI (still need to acquire) RAM: 4 x 4GB Corsair Dominator GTs 2133Mhz SSD: undecided HDD: undecided PSU: Corsair AX860 Cables: Icemodz custom sleeved white and green cables Radiators: Alphacool NexXxoS Full Copper Monsta 240mm, Alphacool NexXxoS Full Copper ST30 360mm Fans: 7 x Gelid Wing Green Pump: Swiftech MCP35X with Koolance casing and heatsink Reservoir: Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 150 Full Acrylic Fittings: Primochill Rigid Ghost Green fittings, various Bitspower matte black extensions and angle fittings Tubing: Primochill Rigid Clear CPU Block: EK-Supremacy CSQ Polished Nickel Plexi GPU Block: 2 x EK-FC670 CSQ Nickel Acetal (reusing old blocks that will fit on some GTX 970 reference cards) RAM Block: EK-RAM Monarch X4 CSQ Polished Nickel Plexi Motherboard Block: EK-MOSFET ASUS M5G Acetal SLI Bridge: EK-FC Bridge CSQ Polished Dual Parallel Coolant: Mayhems UV Emerald Green Lighting: DarkSide UV LED strips Other: nVidia Claw SLI Bridge, Aquaero 5LT USB fan controller SPONSOR Hey guys! My name is Alex, I'm from Gold Coast, Australia and I just joined the forum. I would like to welcome you to my new build log and what will be my second mod project. Hope you guys enjoy the project and pop by and say hi This build is more of an upgrade of my system in a Fractal Design ARC Mini R2 in which I will be keeping most of the components as well as adding new ones and a lot of modding work to the case and other bits :P Here is the build before disassembly and before a pretty major event happened ... Now back to the pretty major event that went down with the build. One Saturday morning a few weeks back now, while I was still enjoying my sleep my partner wakes me up telling me there is a burning smell coming from the system, me thinking she's just making fun of me as she sometimes does, I choose to ignore her :hehe: . However as she kept insisting and telling me that it's no joke I got up and went to the other room where the system was just to be greeted by this awful smell of burnt plastic and a couple of seconds later realising that the DDC pump had burned out. The CPU was rocking 105C according to Real Temp but was still running fine. Not sure how long it's been like that, it was running the whole night as we stream movies to our bedroom from it and before I went to sleep it was fine. I immediately turned it off by just a normal shut down and there went my day as I decided to just dismantle the thing there and then. The aftermath is shown in the following pics as I went ahead and took everything apart, cleaned it and installed the system on my desk to test everything. Fortunately everything was fine minus a burned out DDC pump . The little guy has been pumping my liquid pretty much 24 hours straight for the past two years and a bit and it decided it's had enough of the Queensland heat. Just when I was about to mount a heat sink on it along with the upgrade of the system . And let's start straight with the dirty stuff As you can see the little guys burned out pretty good, I doubt I can salvage it with a new PCB from that DIYINHK site that still sell them If I'm guessing right the fluid must have been boiling around the CPU area that caused the tube to fog up as well as deform a little bit to the touch. My partner may have woken me up just in time to save it. Not sure if the system would have shut itself off after a while or if the acrylic tube would of just melted but I think I'm lucky nothing further happened. Here's the empty case and by the looks of things something funny happened to the label on that Corsair Force GT SSD. And everything out on the table to be cleaned and inspected You may also spot the new side panel that I have been working on the few days prior, finished it the night before. Here's a better look at the side panel The plan was to have more molecules but I managed to mess up the left side of it so decided to just make the window bigger. Still think it came out pretty good in the end, minus a few painting mess ups due to an unexpected storm that occurred as the paint was drying. These are the molecule shapes I used as I am not good at drawing things A better look at the finished side panel as well as the very last pic of the system running The side panel was fully crafted by me using a Dremel rotary tool, a jig saw and lots of filing I was also playing around with this new Aquaero 5LT controller the night before. Installed the optional heatsink but didn't get to test it out. The modding begins !!! First I cut a small hole in the floor which I will use as a drain from the bottom outlet of the Alphacool Monsta 240mm rad that will be going in the front of the case. Did a cut on the MB tray as well. I will be making a shroud for the bottom so I cut the bottom right corner of the MB tray as to better help with cable management at the back. I made a small mistake here and started cutting higher that I wanted to. However it doesn't make a difference as I will be putting some white acrylic around the MB that will cover everything. I then got the case ready for painting In this last pic you can see how the brushed aluminum aspect of the front panel looks after painting. Some parts will be going green while other will stay white. The plan is to have the inside of the case white and the outside shell green like the side panel. Hopefully it will look good like I'm imagining it. Here is the frame of the case assembled once the paint dried. That's it for now. Stay tuned for more. Cheers, Alex
  7. 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! :)
  8. Bass Instinct Hey Monkey's I'm finally getting going on a new build. I had a false start on a Corsair 250 D But life got in the way and I'm not sure I'm man enough to do the things I want to do in a Mini ITX case. The Victim of my affection is a Lian li PC-V359. This is a Micro ATX case, but I will be using a Mini ATX board so I will have a little extra room for cooling gear and I like the square proportions, compared to the Mini version of this case. The case I ordered was Black with black Pillars. The Case I got was Black with Red Pillars, I kinda liked that model too so I'm going to go with it. Funny in the Lian li literature the red is more of a fire engine red, but this anodized red is a much better tone of red - Sold. One of the interesting things about this Case is that the top and all four sides slide in and out of the corner pillars to give easy access it opens up a myriad of options for modding. I had a huge sheet of thick Deep Red Acrylic so the first thing i did was make a replacement top window. I know there are a million red and black builds out there, but that's because it looks good, I'll just have to find a way to keep it from being boring. MnpcTech sent me out a set of their beautiful case feet. These feet were made for this case and improved the look over the factory feet, which weren't bad. These may end up getting painted in the end, but I'll wait on that decision until I see how all the colors are blending. I tapped the Case so I could spin the feet on and off easier, but they come with hardware for easy mounting to anything. Ok I admit it, I just like tapping threads whenever possible. My love to thick material is a painful affair when you do your work with basic hand tools. I just like the depth the thick materials add to the look, But there is a price to be paid! I cut out my basic shapes with a Jig Saw and Dremel and then refine the shapes with files and sanding. Not the easiest way to do things, but My setup allows me to watch movies while I'm filling away. My Initial plan for the front was to stack Aluminum on top of the Red Acrylic with the Acrylic just sticking out a little further than the aluminum. Ok planning is not one of my strong suits. What I hadn't anticipated was that my thick stack of materials took away the distinctive angles of the corner pillars sticking out further than the case front. The pillars really make the look of this case, so this wasn't going to work. At this point I am dropping the Acrylic layer and I beveled the edges of the Aluminum to match the angles of the pillars. I had cut the Aluminum wider around the window and now that I removed the lower layer I will have to adapt it to match up better. I started adding some bling to the Aluminum sheet. This is closer than the picture shows, but it was hard to align the camera up perfectly. Not bad considering the tools used to do this with. I really want a Scroll Saw, but I don't want to buy a cheap one that I'll end up hating. So until then I'll just keep doing what I do. I continue to refine this piece. I plan to put lite Acrylic on the inside of the case behind The ROG Logo and Mesh behind the volume bars. I think this piece will be painted in the end. Here is a size comparison between the Lian li case and a 250D. I had originally bought 2 - 250 D cases, I build this straight build in a day, Most of that was hiding wires. I was going to Mod the second case and then transfer the kit, But life got in the way and I never pulled the trigger on the Mod. The New case is more inspiring to me and there aren't 500 of them that have already been Modded. Anyway It is so good to be back into a build, This one is just for the pleasure of Modding, No time limit, no pressure Thanks for checking out the build.
  9. 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..... :)
  10. Project CURTISS P-40 By Victor Tateishi
  11. 1st of all even this isn't a case mod but as its related to mod that's why posting it here. Thanks to Asus for making such a wonderful monitor which can be modded easily....don't know that was this monitor ever modded before...just tried to reach my modding dream with it... This is my 2nd Monitor mod but the previous one wasn't that much as it was only a vinyl mod..........It started after I have seen the Asus ROG Swift monitors RED Circle ring in the bottom part of the base plate And after that I was really much influenced with the Mayan pattern of the Asus ROG which they started doing in ROG products....searched a lot of places for the same pattern that asus uses but just founded this pic to take it as a reference... Tried to sharpen the pic and gather as much as details to apply it in my mod Actually I prepared the ROG EYE along tym ago keeping it in my mind that I will mod my monitor in the future... this I cutting was really hard as it was 5mm plexi and the dimension of the eye was approx 3 inch and i didn't had any laser cutter at my place.... After That cut out the ROG eye in basic shape and it was satisfactory.... The complete EYE....not finished the work yet Here is the finishing touch it ended up much nicer then I thought started the mod with a paper where I draw the Mayan pattern and as the pattern in that banner wasn't enough for my mod...that's why i did used my imagination keeping the Mayan pattern in mind to draw it.... but 1st i need to draw the base plates outline as my basic guide for modding... Then I have drawn some of the mayan pattern in the paper to see how it looks like thought about some basic line of the Mayan pattern but it didn't helped So I just chose one side of the drawing of the paper and copied to the other side with carbon paper...and it was satisfactory after I have implemented in the base of my mod.... The plan was to keep the ROG EYE in the middle of the base...so that it looks nice... Now its time to do the pattern the MAYAN pattern by engraving it in the base Half Part engraving is done... The engraving part was done done slightly to see how the pattern looks... Full circular engraving was done but it wasn't the final finish for the engraving though The base plate will stay in the stand like that....just was seeing that how does it appears And the final thoughts was to add some LED magic..... ;) Now going little deep for the engraving part to make the pattern look bright.. Here's the Difference of the deeper and the 1st engraving.... This will be the implementation.... Now its the time to engrave deeper for the ROG eye to stay inside the base... I did the ROG eye engraving in a way so that the ROG eye that I made before place in there without using of any glue Colored the ROG logo white so the RED becomes vibrant over it.. And here it looks like after the coloring of the logo and the placement in the base For the Light piping the grove of ROG eye transferred the white light to the ROG red eye....dats why its looking little vibrant in here After checking the effect I went to create the portion where I can attache the LED strip so cut a rubber strip and attached glue in it to attach the LED strip in it Then attached a on off switch to control the light to not get distracted while gaming or movie watching or when doing intensive works if it seems distracting then.... after attaching the LED in the Rubber Some rubber feet raiser for the acrylic not getting scratched Attached some double sided tape to stick it in the outside of the baseplate After the double sided tape attached to the LED strip....I have attached it to the base plate Here it is the complete finished look....though a lot of work in left in the monitor Completely removable and customisable ROG eye.... :D Here how it looks after it was implemented in the Monitor stand Sorry for the MSI wallpaper....as it was a default wallpaper of my pc theme.... Did some acrylic cutting for the monitors side edge mod....for some aggressive look after the vinyl over the red painted acrylic....the red was for just the border... Some Red CF wrap for asus ROG feel...with some Silver vinyl touch After the base plate was done....I modded the stand and the monitor with some acrylics and vinyls... After everything is attached These portions are completely removable as its attached in here with double sided tape which will not do any harm to the monitor at all The Glorious ROG.....Some GLAMOUR SHOTS..... ;) A before and after Mod transformation picture
  12. Hello to all ;) After my Cooler Master CM 690 III Modded Edition, I'm leaving on a new project. This one is an order from one of my partners and will be completed after a specification. - Partners - Components - Watercooling
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