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  1. 3 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Проект "Мастерская Паровая ракета" "безумный Гусь" Загруженные Изображения
  2. 2 points
    Jaqueline Abrão

    Cyber Kitsune - Magic The Gathering

    Hi guys! I´m new here! My name´s Jaqueline (Jack for short) and I´m part of CM Modding Team. Today I wanted to show you my first casemod project on the Scratch category, but first I´d like to thank some brands that believed in my work and that decided to be my partners on this project, like Cooler Master, Gigabyte. Cooler Master, Gigabyte The case I´m gonna use is a Cooler Master Elite 110 Watercooler Seidon 120 V Hardware: HyperX Savage DDR4 16GB Cpu i5 6600k SSD VGA: MOBO: The project is inspired by the Magic: The Gathering Kaladesh trailer, specifically the Filigree Familiar, an artifact fox-like creature. Some steps of the building proccess... Lots of EVA and styrofoam... Lots of freehand drawings... Lots of sleepless nights... It´s a real puzzle, don´t you think? And when the molds work out, I get trully happy... The EVA runs rings around me! I´ll post more step-by-step pictures and videos soon! Hi darlings, let´s continue with the project? At this moment I´m cutting some acrylic molds and it turned out to be really hard work! But let´s focus, we´re getting to the painting and finishing steps. I finally got the time and I edited this video with a small part of the casemod process I hope you like it .... I'm back, with one more step in the project, I would like to thank everyone who is following the posts !! :clap: Cut time... I will use these mesh and acrylic for the finishing of the structure Eyes of the project... With patience and hard work I´ll get there. Structure mounted and glued still missing some minor repairs and paints. I hope you like the result :clap::clap::clap: Time to place the screens on the casemod structure Final results after glueing and drying Returning to work carving rest of parts in eva... :rock: Last test of the EVA parts before starting the painting and the finishing acrylics ... Painting moment I want to work with aging pieces .. Preparing the cutting of acrylics Modeling the acrylics on the fox's head With much patience we are giving life to the cabinet Thermal blower is life Hello my friends come show the completion of the head of my project I hope, soon I will publish all his photos ...
  3. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    I will not waste time, but I will immediately show the further progress of the video card compartment so that I can move to the most interesting part of my modding as soon as possible! I'm all impatient!
  4. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Hello! Thank you for stopping by! Today I'll show you how to make loops for the compartments of the Gigabyte geforce gtx 760 video card and the Corsair VS650 power supply. I just welded them with electric welding from different parts that were.
  5. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Hello everyone, who is reading! Today I did not do something interesting, but I just continue to make a branch for GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 760. I decided to change the window shape for the video card fans and simplify it. To be continued ... Thanks for watching!
  6. 2 points
    witkazy

    King Mob Mask

    Well ,things happened ,a lot of cutting some grinding and a lot of fitting and re fitting .Typical case of Spontanous modding if You will. plastic replaced by heavy duty stainles steel mesh. cut outs in bottom and upper bowl for air intake were made and 120 mm fan was temporaly mounted for sake of demonstration ,still waiting for CM fan to arive piece by piece King Mob is coming in to existence. here's glimpse of hardware in action running linux out of live usb stick with 4gb persistent file mimicking hard drive. Mobo ,psu 500w ,cpu and ram were donated by my beer buddy Ukobach , God bless his heart (its not hoarding when You have enough storage space heh heh). Thats it for the moment until next burst over the weekend
  7. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    I continue to make a box for GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 760. I'm strongly helped by the Dremel 3000 tool.
  8. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Hello to those who read! I continue to work on my mod. Today I watched my GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 760 stand on the mount I made. I also started to make a panel for reliable installation of the video card. The panel is made of plywood and carefully fitted. To be continued! Thank you for watching!
  9. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Здравствуйте! Вот я сделал фикс для видеокарты в двигателе "" моего устройства. Потому что Видео карта достаточно тяжелая, вам придется сделать еще одну гору на другую сторону.
  10. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Здравствуйте! Сегодня буду краток! Заказанный стояк пришел. Надеюсь, хватит его надолго.
  11. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    что бы принять меня за мой автомобиль? А! Точно! Конечно же коробку с патронами! Я буду отрезать и подключить снова, но по-разному. Я надеюсь, чтобы соответствовать моей видеокарты. Я пытаюсь использовать алюминий для моего modiing был не слишком тяжелым, потому что все равно придется сделать подставку для него.Уже начинает взгляните! что-то вроде этого:
  12. 2 points
    Mohd Noh

    Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 5

    Hi Guys Finally received my Lovely Case , Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 5 I will share some picture installation with MasterLiquid 240
  13. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Здравствуйте! Как проходит время, он уходит, а я еще и перерабатывать ненужное и забрать вещи. И я решил отказаться от колеса! это будет реактивная вещь !!! Летать !!! Как сказал один известный аниме.Я не могу придумать форму моторами, которые придут на место компонентов системы, перепробовал уже много вариантов, и это один из них, может быть, я близко.
  14. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Do not have much time, worry that I will not make it, so much to do, ALL you can say! but I'm not giving up! only forward! Started to cut out superfluous and to connect the main parts.Just think over form the tail.Thank you for reading! To be continued...
  15. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Я уже примерно представляю, как это будет выглядеть в моем проекте, но еще не понятно. Я постоянно пробовать новые детали, выглядеть будет так же круто и безумно. Это будет что-то реактивный, быстрый, и, конечно, безумные. Колеса, наверное, придется отказаться и делать что-то более интересное.
  16. 2 points
    Raket4ik

    MAD GOOSE

    Процесс пошел! Я люблю лома с историей, и она меня очень сильно и из-за этого, я собираюсь построить мой мод. чтобы начать, просто предъявите материалы. Это старый Советский противогаз 1971,. Крышку с радиатора старый трактор. Предметы из Советского самокаты и многое другое надеюсь будет интересно!
  17. 1 point
    timpelay

    AVOID

    Be aware, of hardware! From the moment I saw this motherboard for the first time I knew I had to build with it. Now's the time. GIGABYTE X99 Ultra Gaming, great thanks to Gigabyte for support! It's a huge step to go from 115X to 2011-3, this thing is a beast! Gigabyte has worked hard with features and appearance on this board. When powered on there are RGB LEDs everywhere ready to light this build up. I asked Crucial to help me fill all empty slots with som RAM. And damn they come through. High Speed 32GB Ballistix Elite DDR4 3200MHz. Total 8 modules to fill all slots. I could have gone for 4x8GB to obtain 32GB total, but for this I need all slots covered. You will see why! BOOM Like that! Got this CPU in my drawer for a while now actually.. Won it at the Swedish casemod championships and haven't been able to use it until now. Poor me. Nah! Sick piece of hardware right at the hart of AVOID. Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 5960X
  18. 1 point
    Nwar

    Mod-AirPoly

    Hello everyone ! Manufacture of a motherboard support. -Tracing -Cut - Realization of threads - Placement of spacers - IO Recovery And fixing
  19. 1 point
    neSSa

    "Monarch" project

  20. 1 point
    EVIL PT

    spVintageBox

    Keep up the good work, Fred.
  21. 1 point
    Leebyn

    Trigger Z - Macro stop normal Actions

    I believe that is normal behavior - you cannot use the Trigger to input keys while a macro is running. This is because the Trigger has "hardware-level" programming and macros done through the keyboard itself and Razer uses "software-level" programming and macros so it's done through their driver. Advantages of hardware level macros are that you don't need the drivers open at all after you set it up, and you can use that same keyboard on any computer in any OS with all your settings saved, but of course the disadvantage is that you can't integrate them reliably into gameplay, as you have found out.
  22. 1 point

    Cyber Kitsune - Magic The Gathering

    How many hours did this project take you to complete? Congratulations looks fantastic, Im sure its even more striking face to face. Isso esta simplesmente espetacular
  23. 1 point
    MegaSkot

    The Old Book

    Case: CM MasterCase Maker 5 MB: Asus Maximus Gene VIII CPU: Intel i5 6600k COOL: CM MasterLiquid Pro 240 RAM: Avexir 4x4gb Blitz Series DDR4 2800MHz GPU Asus ROG Strix RX 470 4Gb SSD: Adata 480Gb PSU: Cooler Master V850
  24. 1 point
    knud

    CoolMaster Crap Shoot

    Despite your feelings of this product, please try to keep it civil. Thank you. And as Mohd mentioned, are you able and willing to share some pictures? Of course, a manufacturing defect can occur, but under normal circumstances, it can be replaced under warranty or DOA.
  25. 1 point
    Ronnie Hara

    Cyber Kitsune - Magic The Gathering

    A beautiful work with many manual cuts with a high difficulty level for the completion of the project. Case worthy of special attention of all, A beautiful and very talented modder. Surely you will have my vote guaranteed in this competition. Continue this magnificent work
  26. 1 point
    Jaqueline Abrão

    Cyber Kitsune - Magic The Gathering

    Thank you so much for having followed up to the end now to complete the project I will leave video with final result ... Thank you ....
  27. 1 point
    witkazy

    Krazy Case

    Sorry to hear about the house man ,plus You have double dead line to work under that aint no picknick, but i am sure You going to swing it ,and it looks like You are "in the zone" with the project so hang in there .Cheers.
  28. 1 point
    S.PiC

    Project VEGA

    Photos =)
  29. 1 point
    Ramin Ganjalikhan Hakemi

    Citadel

    The first step is to separate the case parts, we already did that.
  30. 1 point
    khemist

    MasterKeys Pro L and S - Mega Thread

    Masterkeys S with new keycaps.
  31. 1 point
    Bob Lindall

    Cyber Kitsune - Magic The Gathering

    Well done! Congratulations on such a great work!
  32. 1 point
    Boddaker

    Scratch Build: Rey's Speeder

    Got the front part of the frame fabbed up over the weekend.. Started with a paper template, derived from my Sketchup model. I didn't have any more large pieces of aluminum panel, but since the front bulkhead will serve as the radiator mount, most of the center will be cut out for airflow. So I could use smaller bits to piece it together.. The box frame holds the Corsair 120mm RGB fans in place, and holds all the pieces together. I opted for a stronger steel C channel for this, rather than the white aluminum one like in the rear. The 240mm radiator fits perfectly on the front side of the bulkhead. Once the fans are fastened to the rad, the bulkhead is sandwiched in between.. With the entire front assembly taped to the rest of the frame, you can see the Speeder shape coming together. Here's a shot with a spare EVGA mITX motherboard placed to give you an idea of internal spacing. Once the framing is secured, I can start making brackets for mounting the PSU, SSD's, graphic card, and pump-res. Stay tuned!
  33. 1 point
    OK so Ive now made it into the Cooler Master user base with the Masterliquid PRO 240 (new model sleeved hoses) Initially I wanted the new model with sleeved hoses, not the old model with the corrugated hoses.The newer hoses are wider and liable to perform better, while also looking the part. I purchased the Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 240 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler 240mm Radiator, to replace a Corsair H100i V2 I originally bought (a few days ago) for an Asus TUF mark 1 + Intel i7-7700K - 32GB ram system I built. The failure of Corsair is described here in my review here https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/R2XP8HH4PL91KZ/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B019EXSSBG Useless service and support, stay away from Corsair anything (preaching to the choir, I know) The Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 240 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler 240mm Radiator, purchased and dispatched by Amazon arrived, it was the old model with the corrugated hoses, and I preferred the newer model, Amazon just said if it is not, send it back for refund, which is fair enough. But I went a different way with this, and contacted Cooler Master via Live Chat over here via FANZONE). Cooler Master representatives are the most friendly and helpful Ive come across from any peripheral or PC equipment manufacturer and provide the best in class (in fact they are so fantastically great, they are in a league of their own). I explained I wanted the new model since it performs better than old model due to wider hoses and also look better, but the main issue was performance. Cooler Master (Mr Ruud Jacobs) offered to replace the item for a new Model (and brand new item) for no extra charge, and so they did. I received the older model from Amazon on Monday and on Wednesday same week, the replacement was delivered and they collected the older model at own expense via UPS. It was assembled and working on the spot. If that is not truly excellent service and support, I dont know what is. Now for the actual product review. This liquid cooler looks the part and is well built, the radiator is striking with the square fin design,the hoses are wide and have a nylon sleeve. The fact that it has hoses on either side of the pump is different, but it is also different that the fixtures pipe to pump aren't fixed, they have some movement which ultimately once assembled the pipes are under no stress whatsoever, this cant be said for the other competing liquid coolers Ive seen so far. As I never assembled one of these Cooler Master's before, I took my time and it went OK, the key is to make sure you are putting the brackets onto the pump the right way around. Assembly was a piece of cake, no parts were missing, no odd gaps between back plate and PUMP and everything plugged into motherboard with no need for any extension cables. EXCELLENT. And its mostly tool-less assembly, but obviously you need to put that final tight in the nut with a tool anyway just in case. Assembling the fans onto the radiator is done by sandwiching a vibration absorber rectangular shaped frame where the fans fit into, this works well and it well thought of, again no tools required until the very end final lock in nut. The Asus TUF Mark 1, has a dedicated PUMP 4 pin header, and the Cooler Master's MasterLiquid Pro 240 PUMP, plugs into here. The PUMP is designed to run at full speed which is around 9300 RPM +/- and it is silent, so silent in fact, I needed to hold one of the pipes gently to feel the liquid zooming inside. The monitoring software also accuses the PUMP running at 9K + rpms so theres no doubt its running. The CPU runs at 76 Celsius under 100% load and over-clocked to 4800MHZ and it runs at 25 Celsius on idle. Cant get fairer than this. I used Artic Silver 5 as thermal paste and was very happy that I did not have to clean some pre applied gunk, like I had to in the Corsair before. In conclusion, while there maybe better liquid coolers out there, the fact remains this works, simply does its job, is silent and doesnt cost a bundle, if you take into account the piece of mind, knowing that Cooler Master's are there for you, are fast, friendly and deal with any issues without any delays or fuss, this is a golden combination, no one should dispense with. So if you bought your liquid cooled from a competitor and the service sucks, here is a company to goto next without delay. All I have to say that the blue LED should be RGB or plain white and able to be turned off, if like me you have a windowless case, the LEDs are useless anyway, but I can see many people that would need to go all blue color only, so in my case I would just turn it OFF. In a couple of days Ill receive a internal 3.5" USB card reader, so when that is assembled Ill take a couple of pictures and post it here. Cooler Master's you are the best, dont ever change this. Love you and love my Masterliquid Pro 240. Thanks guys. Edit: The Pump RPM is read wrong apparently, it should be divided by 3 http://coolermaster.force.com/pkb/articles/en_US/FAQ/The-Pump-RPM-of-MasterLiquid I would hope to see motherboard manufacturers fix this issue in UEFI bioses, so Cooler Master have you told these people about this issue?
  34. 1 point
    gable cross

    wooden mastercase maker 5

    now that the case is built lets start on the loop the adapters i got didn't quite fit so i had to finagle them a bit now that that is dealt with ill construct the loop im going to take a moment and paint the mobo heatsinks now back to the loop im adding a drain valve PRO TIP this will save your life now to weld the pipes together (i could probably use somekind of glue but where is the fun in that? now a quick polish now for the fill sweet no leeks time to hook up the cables aaaaaand it boots ok lets make it glow shall we? i just love the yellowish orange
  35. 1 point
    Jaqueline Abrão

    Cyber Kitsune - Magic The Gathering

    Muito obrigada minha querida agora é muita paciência e foco para que tudo de certo... <3
  36. 1 point
    Luca

    Forest's Heart

    UPDATE
  37. 1 point
    Nirut Wanta

    DOOM

  38. 1 point
    slipperyskip

    Krazy Case

    Looks like you are having a lot of fun. You need a better name for it. Not so crazy IMO
  39. 1 point
    witkazy

    MAD GOOSE

    Very intriguing , reminds me a bit of make shift gear from Metro games. Good luck man.
  40. 1 point
    witkazy

    Krazy Case

    Solid work ma man, great idea to have power switch at your fingertips without fumbling to turn system on.
  41. 1 point
    MT. Mods

    ''T-Virus Infinity Mirror'' - Project

    yes TOWER MOD Your entry must be built with a Cooler Master Case. All Cooler Master cases are acceptable regardless of size or year released. A bonus 25th Anniversary Award is available for any entries that uses one of the pre-selected cases – See 25 Anniversary Award below.
  42. 1 point
    MT. Mods

    ''T-Virus Infinity Mirror'' - Project

    Where's the cooler master stuff ?
  43. 1 point
    witkazy

    Krazy Case

    Thank You for Your kind words ma man. But sometimes i think i'm too creative for my own good heh heh , especially with spelling Sorry aboot dat and thanks for not being tool about it as well. Cheers.
  44. 1 point
    Jan Erik Vangen

    Bastion

    A part of the turrect is done. Also painted one of his hands hopefully his other hand with machinegun will be done tomorrow and mounted to his body His arm is now attached, still missing his shoulder
  45. 1 point
    Jan Erik Vangen

    Bastion

    One of his legs are now sanded and sprayed with primer. Ready for painting Leg done painting: Some progress on his body and head. This is there the computer will be mounted. started to paint his torso, still some details here and there missing, but its starting to take shape
  46. 1 point
    Jan Erik Vangen

    Bastion

    Bastion gun and turret done printing. ready for sprayfiller, sanding and then primer and be painted in gunmetall black Machinegun done: Testing light in his head:
  47. 1 point
    gable cross

    wooden mastercase maker 5

    update got the tempered glass panel and its pretty
  48. 1 point
    Mohd Noh

    CPU WATER COOLER

    Hey You can check this link : https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/107979-case-and-liquid-cooling-question
  49. 1 point
    Mohd Noh

    Why my masterliquid pump rpm is over 9000?

    Hey Welcome to CM forum you can refer this FAQ : http://coolermaster.force.com/pkb/articles/en_US/FAQ/The-Pump-RPM-of-MasterLiquid others question you can ask cooler master support service via ticket or live chat Hope this can help
  50. 1 point
    CM Patrick

    MasterLiquid Pro 240 Serial Number Help

    Hello Daniel, The serial number is on the box next to the UPC code. It will start with MLYD24MA20MBR1 Patrick CMUSA Support