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    #CMWS19Finals The Minimalistic project has been completed! Overall, I maintained the concept of hardware integrity, clean and simple design. Although the project looks simple, all the details and the process took a lot of effort, not only time but patience! I used a combination of wood, metal, leather and matte black paint elements together to highlight its different features. I tried to use some new creative ideas. For example, it was a big challenge for me to do the walnut water tank. Through this Case Mod World Series 2019 competition, I hope more people can understand my passion for Case Mod. Many thanks to those who follow my work and everyone who supports this project.
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    Hello everyone, this is my first work in this contest. I'm from Thailand. For this job, I will mainly use 3d printing. It's the only thing I have at home. That made me use my free time to work all the time. Inspiration It happened when I played a futuristic game in 3000 A.D., a world in which AI developed itself to its peak. They have their own ideas.Until can convert the biomass into energy. Therefore do not have to rely on humans anymore. They evolve themselves to survive.The wicked world has been destroyed until the end. And humans are no longer the culmination of the food chain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Zpe3P1sAxs
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    " DESERT RAT " This is the first time I am seriously participating in an international competition. Have also participated in competitions in several forums, but not done as seriously as this CMWS. The theme I use in the "Desert Rat" case is "Military Scifi". but you are free to translate it according to your own perspective. In each work that I make, I try a lot of ideas, and try to use many kinds of materials. For some circumstances, I am very interested in using acrylic or PVC sheet material in making PC modifications. One of my characteristics in PC modification is to manipulate 2D material into a 3D shape. Maybe there are still many shortcomings and require a lot of effort and criticism to improve my work. But it's ok, I accept it gracefully. Behind all this, I want to motivate many talented PC modders in my country. because, "There is never a competency that is not tested in a competition". Thank you in advance to many who have helped me in many ways. Thank you to CoolerMaster for giving me the opportunity in this prestigious competition Take the theme of the human struggle against heat in the desert. just as a PC fights heat from itself. The CoolerMaster product that I use: 1. MasterBox Lite 3.1 | MCW-L3B3-KANN-01 2. Tempered Glass for MasterBox Lite 3.1 | MCA-B300C-TGSP00-LGT 3. MasterFan MF120R ARGB | R4-120R-20PC-R1 x2 4. MasterLiquid ML120R ARGB | MLX-D12M-A20PC-R1 5. V650 | RS650-AFBAG1-EU 6. ARGB Splitter Cable | MFX-AWHN-3NNN1-R1 The hardware that I use in this project are: > MSI A320 PRO2-M2 > AMD Athlon 200GE > Transcend 4gb DDR4 > Samsung 256gb V-NAND NVME SSD > MSI GTX 1050 gaming X 2GB MasterBox Lite 3.1 | MCW-L3B3-KANN-01 Begin to release accessories on the casing I just took the frame as additional information, I don't use a 3D printer in this project. All the details that I made, using acrylic sheet materials with varying thicknesses, acrylic cylinders, and PETG tubing remaining pieces collect some details and match the size of the initial stages for the next worklog can be seen in the next column
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    this project is still being completed, but here is s first glance at where its going
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    Looks like the links to my pictures where corrupt due any bizzar reason so I love to share the entire worklog album here in one link <-- FULL WORKLOG ALBUM -->
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    Up until now, everything came out as designed. It may not be a hi-end pc because the hardware I received was donated form my friends but i hope you like the overview of the work. If you like it, I'm happy too.
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    hi guys and here is some more..
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    Yes, and even more rare is the Two door version. We did find one in local yard here,
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    I like the exposed light tubes!
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    Outstanding work AK! Really love this one.
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    Just wanted to add one more picture, so you can see the scale a little better.
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    If pictures are not enough, here is a video showing the making-of in greater detail and all of the functions and light effects.
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    This is beautiful, just beautiful.
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    And ofc some final pictures
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    Project Aquarium is finally finished. It took so many months learning how to apply robotics to this case and to an already complete water cooling system. From first day I received the C700M, I refused to remove its beautiful front door to get few important degrees down on an extremely overclocked machine (CPU running around 5 GHz, 2x 2080TI GPU and a 5K2K monitor). SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS: LG 5K2K hdr monitor Cooler Master C700m I9-9900K CPU GigaByte Aorus Z390 Xtreme Waterforce Samsung SSD NVMe M.2 1TB drives Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB ram Razer Huntsman keyboard Razer Naga Trinity mouse Gigabyte Aorus RTX 2080TI Xtreme Waterforce GPUs Aquacomputer Aquaero 6XT Aquacomputer D5 Next pumps Aquacomputer Aqualis reservoirs Aquacomputer Flow sensors Aquacomputer Farbwerk led controllers Aquacomputer Farbwerk 360 Aquacomputer RGBpx strips CableMod Hybrid strips EK Vardar Evo 120ER rgb fans Irrobot MightyZap linear servos Crumbuino 2560 controllers MODDING OPERATIONS MADE: 1) Complete water cooling system, from motherboard to ram and gpus using Aquacomputer components (reservoirs, pumps, Aquaero, Quadro, hubs, Farbwerk, Farbwerk 360, flow sensors, temperature sensors), XSPC connectors and EK radiators. 2) Development of a motor controller unit capable of reading values from temperature sensors (hot water in loop and ambient temperature), evaluating the difference from this delta temperature from above and the delta temperature programmed in Arduino sketch. Based on that and based on the pwm signal sent by Aquacomputer electronics to the fans, motor controller units send instruction via RS485 bus to MightyZap motors for opening front and top panels of the C700M (panels are exponentially opened or closed based on increasing / decreasing of those values). Motors send a feedback to Motor Control Unit: if any issue (obstacle blocking the movement, motor not working) a missing rpm signal is sent to Aquacomputer Quadro, which generates an alarm to the motherboard and eventually turn off the computer. 3) Modification of top cover (cutting of the aluminum mesh panel) with new fume plexiglass doors and aluminum hinges. 4) Modification in front panel (cutting of the aluminum cover to install lcd screen and placement of hinges). 5) LCD installed on front cover for reading system parameters (temperature, usage etc in form of histograms or gauges etc) even when pc is in full screen and so not allowing to read those values from software. 6) Lighting setup with hybrid UV/RGB strips installed on custom 45 degrees plates to get direct lights to the pc internal components. EK Vardar rgb fans with color changing based on delta temperature read by Aquaero Quadro fan controller. 7) Custom led panel lighting a CMWS logo 8)Right aluminum panel removed and installed original double tempered glass panel from Cooler Master C700M on both sides. Here are final pics: And here’s the video:
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    Just me and my ....
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    The Finals is here for #CMWS19 Follow this link and complete steps 1 - 4 (Complete before 10/10) CLICK HERE - https://landing.coolermaster.com/cmws19/submit/ Make sure you have completed all 4 steps to ensure your entry is submitted in full, and entered into the public voting contest. Recap on important dates Judges will carefully browse through every entry & worklog (Between 10/20 - 11/04) Public Voting (Opens between 10/23 - 11/04) Winner announcement (Announced on 11/14) Good luck and if you have any questions, comment below.
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    Thank you very much Per, I appreciate it! Yeah it was very free style as a mod. It was impossible to predict how the resin panels and especially the crystals would've come out, and that added to a sort of next-level uniqueness of the final build. It was also fun and playful as you said because I really spaced out from traditional modding, with it usually being measure-cut-paint-bend-done. With this, it was all that plus mix-pour-boil-grow and other weird stuff hahah
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    MOAR pictures!!
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    This is my first time to use CorelDRAW to make designs for the panels on the acrylic to be cut. I usually just go old school but for this mod I wanted to try having the acrylic pieces cut by laser. It took me weeks before I was able make a design lols. Here are the designs I made for the acrylic pieces. I had the pieces cut by a local t shirt/logo maker who happens to be not doing anything and had the pieces done.
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    Part19--Let's to play CHESS
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    Monitor Base Design Final Assembly
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    Wire planning and top fan cover
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    Design Water Tank and DDC pump structure.
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    Design VGA fixing mechanism and bottom water channel.
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    Etching Final detail, after the copper plate is etched, the franc paint is colored, black and purple.
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    FINISHED - SL600Mi Please go to first post for full specification and final pictures! Fast link below:
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    only include scattered photos
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    Final video and photo next week :)
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    Last work log video
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    The next challenge was to print the main structure. And separated it from the support section I have to print as big as I can. Reduce connection points for strength Caused by the interlocking of the internal structure. I use 3d printer nozzle size 1.0 // Shell Wall Thickness setting at 5.0 mm // infill 50%
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    I want to get an overview of more than robots. I want Cybrog design to show some of the main structures. Including wiring at some point It is therefore a difficult task. Elder must design the complex internal structure for realistic look. Even though it was just a sculpture computer but I try to design to make the overall picture the most gentle. Main structure Various hardware locations
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    It remains to be cleaned and ready to photo shooting
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    the workmanship that was late I posted. photos lost in the crowd. I did a basic painting. I forgot what date, but it was definitely done by the end of July the process of working 120mm fan grill that I forgot to document. and I only remembered to take a picture after it was done
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    I made a hinge for the side panel cover. still from acrylic material
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    I recently bought a Cooler Master SF120R ARGB case fan and an Addresable RGB LED small controller, because my mobo doesn't have a 3-pin ARGB header. I connected all the cables correctly, but the fan still isn't lighting up. I've been searching for hours on the forums, but I couldn't find anything! Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    I found the solution here: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=54011.0 basically you need to switch the keyboard to another mode called 6KRO you can only do that in windows by pressing fn+6+esc. it the keyboard will turn off for a second and then turn back on again. after that all the keys should work fine in macos (atleast it did for me)