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    random2k4

    The Rocket by RandomDesign

    Finally, after nearly an eternity I am here with a new build. This time, Intel approached me to build a new project including the new Rocket Lake CPU. So here I am, lets start! Hardware that I got so far: CPU: Intel I9 11900K GPU: TBD (3080 hopefully) Mobo: TBD (ITX) Memory: Corsair Vengeance RGB 16 GB SSD: Corsair MP 510 1920GB PSU: Corsair SF750 Cooling: Corsair Custom-Watercooling For the design, I looked a little into the game Rocket League and wanted to build something in the style of the cars used there. I really like the Octane design, so I will go with that. The timeline for this project is pretty tight, so I chose the most straight forward method for me, that I can do 100% in-house. 3D printing. First things first, I went into Cinema4D and created my own 3D model of the race car, and prepared it for printing. I tried to include all the holes for water cooling, mounting etc already in the model. Here are the first renderings. Wheels will be designed at a later point.
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    Hi guys soon available hardware list new mode coming remains tuned ....
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    RcRon7

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    The cooler for that M.2 came out great, really looks nice nestled in there on the MB. those headphones have a nice finish to them. Almost a shame to mod them to match the build, if that's what you're going to to.
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    Hi guys here are some shots of the fantastic AORUS RADEON RX6900XT modded in theme and reassembled
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    Cheapskate

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    You and Ron are the only other people to notice the site is back. I think I've seen your 'uncle' here in Texas a few times.
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    motherboard and ram modules completed [VIDEO]
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    RcRon7

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    This is really coming along well. always enjoy going over your build logs.
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    ssd bracket complete stating with ram disassembling
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    after having carefully disassembled the AORUS RX6900XT MASTER here she is naked and raw .. unplug fan cables, leds and small monitor body painting a few more small tricks and then everything is put back together ...
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    cuntom logo on deepcool castle 360 v2
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    conclusion of the cover psu compost from 3 pieces classic cover folded at 90 ° which serves me as a support to add the other 2 in the middle of the leds that will illuminate the logos and show light between the panels these threaded inserts are great!! let's mount hello guys today a lot of stuff .. let's go! ssd painting .. disassembly, coat of primer and same painting of the case. realization of the SSD housings, a case cover panel on which the bracket is mounted will have an extra led panel to cover the cables I decided to customize the deepcool AIO logo by replacing it with my own .... what a megalomaniac I am ... here is the central part with the leds reflecting the light from below, there is a small panel, I cleaned the support and applied the logo cut out on vinyl. et's proceed with the rest radiator themed painting customization of motherboard elements ... always in a vegetated camouflage theme
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    Go a head with the second coat.. Continue with last camouflage color a yellow khaki Next step interior panels this case has both side panels in glass, I prepare a cover that in addition to acting as a cover for the cables will give more character to the whole mod! this panel is a bit complex it will take a while to finish it and I still have to define well the logos and lights to complete it with other ribs Hi guys you proceed with the side panel a bit complex and laborious but it's worth it All panels are undincollated with a superchlant for acrylic. Painting of the internal side panel There will always be tempered glass panels closing everything This panel serves to hide the cables, and give illumination as well as to further customize the case. graphics applied before painting, Under this panel the LEDs will be positioned For the most demanding videos with music!!!! .... PSU cover consisting of 3 pieces will be positioned leds between the panels with a layered effect ... I had to make a hole (which will be hidden with another panel) for the power supply installing it upside down, i.e. the fan at the bottom, there was not enough ventilation ... as this will be a real GAMING BEAST a good cooling first of all .. ready to paint!! in the meantime, another package from PCHUNTER.IT what will it ever be?
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

    first components arrived.. disassembling case first coat primer. after one coat of primer, opaque military green undercoat the vegetated mimetic involves the use of branches, leaves etc., in this case I use pine twigs, but the effect changes according to the support used
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    Mayhem-Modz

    CALL OF DUTY WARZONE

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    Updating... painted parts and decorative elements application.
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    random2k4

    The Rocket by RandomDesign

    So, lets start. First, I cut the 3D model into printable pieces for my printers. I am going to use a filament printer mostly. But some of the details will be made on a resin one to save some time in the post processing. The mod will be made in 3 sections. Outer shell, and two parts for the inner construction that will be assemled after everything is processed. So, I simply started at the front and worked my way to the back. All pieces for the outer shell are printed in ABS. First parts were the left and right front fenders. After the print I glued the pieces together and did a rough sanding. The fine tuning and filling will be done at the end after all parts are printed
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    that is one amazing build Great job dude,
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    rchiileea

    CyberPunked Two 077

    So guys got there in the end, here are the pictures here, more can be seen here in larger format, this last year has been a bit strange for us all. Lets hope 2021 keeps us all safe and getting back to some normality, I wish all of you to stay safe, anyway enough of the rumbling on here are the completed pictures. That’s it for the layout, now lets look at the items on the desk to go with the build. I love how these turned out, this is on the left side of the build and tie in nicely I think Then on the right side due to that side of the case being black with the red and white samurai case I done this to the external devices. All the Painted items (headsets and mice) were done with a metallic silver, then green and blue and white mix of pearlescent on left side and the same but with red pearl on other, then the red was scuffed down to give some wear and tear, on the mice I coated them with candy yellow, then lacquered them with more than enough coats so I could when not fully cured but ok to touch could then rough up the finish, but only in areas fingers would touch. On the headsets, I just used matt lacquer and then went to town scuffing that up as well to match the whole wear/worn effect on the pc. The full gallery of build can be viewed here all 122 pics ? If you want to see the video of the build click here or view below.
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    Cheapskate

    Puddidium235

    I bet that was 'spensive too. I can run that kind of stuff in the Taig. It's really solid. The spindle is even set up to allow 3/8" shanks to pass through the top of the assembly. You could potentially drop a bit into the collet to cut a really deep pocket. You'd need to loosen the bit and re-zero until finished. That doesn't sound very fun, though.
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    Cheapskate

    Puddidium235

    Christmas fellow munkeys! -I said I'd remake it, and I did. There was a slight problem again, however... - The sheet I used to make this part was REALLY warped. Even after gluing it down with all my lead shot on top of it, one corner lifted off the waste board. The result is that the O-ring channel around the tube area is too deep. I think I can fix it by adding some clear paint to the low area. -I remade the center baffle too. The first one's color was fantastic, but it obscured the view. This is 'Florescent blue.' -Hey! Someone made the tap tool a perfect fit for a wrench! I totally planned that out, and didn't have a crescent wrench ready. The tool worked perfectly, and the tapping was right on. -I also had some horrible discrepancies in each part. The low spot in the middle is unsanded, and you can see the first part had a nice clean cut, while the other two look awful. I changed the speed for these and sped up the spindle to give my ears a break. There's also a nasty tilt in the cut from me not leveling the machine yet. I resorted to 80 grit to get all this even. That's not something that should happen with cnc. I probably need to get this thing dialed in a little better. -This is my mill set as high as it can go. There's like, 1/8" of space in there. I need these flat and level to mate the radiator connectors. -And I still have a collision. the light box got repositioned to the front. -Next, I had to cut that tunnel... Let's just say the first time was cleaner. This one got a little potato-shaped. I marked up the centers for milling the ports... I'm not sure why I did the ones on the end of the part. I still have to mill that one flat tonight. -When I get that fixed up, next up is THIS bad boy. :D 1&1/4" plexi. I'm just waiting for a warm day to tile saw off what I need. You don't want to get sprayed with ice cold water in winter. -Thicker than the manifold. This is going to be obnoxious. On that note, I'm finishing up with Christmas stuff: -Holiday gag gift finished! -Except for cleanup. The varnish was OK with 50-degree weather, but the tape wasn't. -Take that! Pesky phone solicitors! So far, this is the only successful gift delivery. Everything else is stuck in a post office somewhere. We have a 14 pound turkey for three, and family will be coming by to collect pots of food from the doorstep. :eyebrow: What a weird year. I hope everyone is doing well, and have a merry Christmas.
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    Skully

    Core x71

    Another tidy up ? Thanks for looking ?
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    rchiileea

    CyberPunked Two 077

    So after quite a few delay here I am again back with another update, so lets start off with the first thing to update with, so new items going into the build. First up I would like to thank Secret labs who provided Well I suppose you can guess what… I think that was a bit obvious don’t you but of course it 100% matches the build well. Next on the list is Seagate who not only joined in the fun but wanted to ensure I had a future proof cyberpunk themed nas, this was a shocking delivery. 4x 16tb drives in Raid equalling 32gb in total with 2x 480gb cache drives is probably all the nas I would ever need tbh, more than enough and very future proof. Time to get back to the moding I suppose and the mice, you remember from my previous post that I had put down the metallic silver base coat and the graphics and created some wear, well now it was time to lay over the candy yellow before rubbing that down in some places for wear and hear is how mouse one came out. Coated in lacquer as well and onto the other mouse, I am actually starting to enjoy the worn look I have created a fair bit now… also the game is getting close I know, so here are some sneaky pics to wet your appetites, This is just a lighting test and I have not decide on final loop yet, I was just organising some things and testing some things out so lets take a gander. Please ignore th image clarity hear there is still film to pull of the glass, So now I have tested the front panel lighting out, I think I should just hook up the motherboard, gpu ect and do some lighting tests inside the case, let me know what you think. But I think the inside is 100% matching up to my inspiration lighting wise, which was worn, neon and dystopian, getting the final lighting right is going to be a challenge and a few other things as I do want to have neon pink and blue to be the colours but its going to take some work to arrange so they don’t drown each other out colour wise.. As I said this was just a rough wiring test to see how the lighting loops are going to work before I route the cables to the separate controllers, I also need to sort pump placement as well as there is quite a bit going on wire wise. As you can see this is not a powered up test yet for obvious reasons (no pump and no loop). But I kind of love how the backplate cover came out and reacts to different colours.
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    Cheapskate

    Puddidium235

    I'm fucked. My trash service is progressively becoming unserviceable. First they turned their nose up at smashed up tile, then paint, then wood, now they won't take sheetrock... literally the 2nd softest mineral on the planet. I've seen this pattern before. They must be near the end of their contract. I'm back to trying to build the computer. Tolerances are tighter on it, though. They definitely are more visible. -I spent a little while adding positioning tabs to the model. If you remember, the first batch were a little wobbly. Fortunately, there was plenty of room on the blank I made, like... a year ago. -I somehow managed to match up the part from page one with ol' knobbly here. -Test drive time! I found some great material for making dust guards, coincidentally, it's free bandit-sign season! :D -2nd session here is cutting notches for the tabs. Session 3 took over an hour because I forgot to speed up the machine with the override function. -Bed leveling? Whazzat? I managed to barely touch the spoil board despite just winging it. *flex* -After filing some round corners, I did a quick gluing session. I'm leaving my premium material top un-fused for the time being. I expect I'll break this up and try again some day. -and that's 90% of the GPU area cap. There's still a bunch of squares to fill in the gap opposite of today's set of parts. (oof, that one crooked trapezoid front and center. )
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    hi guys, I proceed on other fronts support arrangement to fix the I / O cover on the motherboard I take advantage of a screw already present on the motherboard supports for fixing the panel steel rods cut with a threaded pipe cutter for M3 screws lower "fairing" cover panels and grille fixing for the 200 mm fan this side will be quite complex because there will be plates that will be overlapping
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    Cheapskate

    Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Case Mod

    I'm going to take a wild guess and say Maur is a bot. Maybe just because Bill lost all the pics when he got hacked last year.
  28. 1 point
    rchiileea

    CyberPunked Two 077

    So another small little update for you guys, this time just painted a few things and added a tester neon string light that I will be replacing with a pink one. I like the way its come out and when the pink one arrives I will glue it down so its straight, also on the subject of the case I don’t a quick assemble to see how the yellow panels looked. So happy with how its come out, but obviously its now time to do the samurai logo on the back panel, this was probably the hardest to do due to the layering up of the paint to get desired effect, ill go into detail after the picture. Might not look like much but this is 4 layers of paint for a worn look to match the build, I done etching primer (not a classed as one of the 4), then pearl black as base of artwork, when that dried i sprayed pearl silver, then using a cotton wool bud dabbed hairspray in cerian areas i wanted to stay silver sprayed over with platinum pearl then dabbed areas i wanted to go back to the platinum and used some red over that lol,... then used hairdryer in some areas to make the red paint not have chance to fume out in some areas to get a rough surface to get the desired look, I am happy with how it came out. Moving on I have laid the basic graphics down on the mouse with a metallic basecoat and just need to do the top layer now Top layer will be a translucent colour, added some extra thick paint as with the case via a brush then will sand back the graphics to add some wear to it too to match. Moving on I have the headsets to paint as well, but as a lot of people that paint will tell you it does not always go to plan as I must of picked up a old can of primer for the headset (same one used on mice but different can) as despite looking hard, the moment the metallic base was drying on it, the twat started bubbling up so I have to re sand those back. Other than that no issues so far. I will 100% need in final photos and video need to get plenty of lighting on this due to the pearl being really fine, to get it to sparkle. More coming a lot sooner once I have completed the mice, I also have a special thing lined up for inside the case that involves a small info screen, not transparent, but not what you would normally expect either.
  29. 1 point
    Mosquito

    Puddidium235

    I bought mine at the same time as the CNC, through Carbide3D, and it's $25 for a pair (1/4" and 1/8"). https://shop.carbide3d.com/products/precision-collets?variant=14102551527485 I got a Makita router tonight, and will give them a try tomorrow, since I got busy/distracted making a saw tonight lol
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    small reinforcements added to stabilize the structure as well as reinforcing they will be an excellent decorative element the fabulous EKWB EK connect controller has arrived in addition to the classic functions there are as many as 3 excellent temperature sensors coupled with EK Vardar X3M D-RGB fans here the unboxing [VIDEO] [VIDEO]
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    Long time no updateBut its finally time to finish this project.Moterboard tray fresh of the printer.I used inserts for the screws that will be holding the motherboard in place.And here is the backplate in place.Radiator brackets and every thing put together inside the case.
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