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  1. 5 points
    Final photo of the project Alien Xenomórph.
  2. 4 points
    I would like to thank everyone who supported me from the beginning til now Specially to EVGA and Cooler Master Philippines for their continuous support. Here's the final pics of the build.
  3. 4 points
    Loads to say about the work in this post: The exterior walls are constructed from plexiglass. I sanded down both sides and applied a coat of white paint to the side facing in and two layers of white and black of vinyl to the outside. The top-most, black layer, of vinyl was laser-cut at low power thus producing the design you see. The sanding and layers of paint and vinyl allow light injected through the sides to bounce around inside the sheet of plexi and seep out uniformly where the black vinyl layer was cut away. The graphics card got its own special treatment. I removed card's plastic shroud to allow the fans to sit flush against the side-panel bringing in plenty of fresh cool air. Since the card is mounted at the center of the panel, two output ports: hdmi and displayport were brought to the exterior with extension cables.
  4. 4 points
    Completion of the work log! The final report.
  5. 4 points
    Figured it was about time i got a handle on things. I started off by designing the part with a look reminiscent of a peli case. I then proceeded to 3d print the components from carbon fiber reinforced filament for added strength and support. The outer shell is assembled around an aluminium pipe core to give it a solid foundation before being primed with filler, sanded down and painted over.
  6. 4 points
    Main body of work on the pulley system got finished today. I started off by 3d printing, separating, and hand finishing a few sets of timing pulleys. Some metal work followed. I cut up some aluminium pipe and steel threaded rod. Assembled the pulley system using a bucket load of nuts and screws.
  7. 4 points
    This post was initially reserved for the final submission shots, that time has now come. I give you MKTRX Ammo 315, the ultimate lan-party rig:
  8. 3 points
    Hi my name is Joe ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This year, I entered the contest with the concept called "Wheel of the stars" The concept of this project : I mentioned on the visibility want to see the work of happiness. So I designed that happiness with the shape of the swings of amusement park then mixed with the mood of the Stream Punk. As per my concept ; When we are happy, it's can happebed anytimes , anywhere. I put a signal's concept By design, the moon-swings like a night and sun-swing like daytime. The tip's for this year I added the technique of install a wireless devices. Moreover, there 're adding new innovations for further development to create a variety of works in the future. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Special Thank For Support JIB Thailand ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Finish Concept Design ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hardware ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mechanical parts ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CNC Cutting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MOON ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MOON Stand ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUN ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MOON&SUN ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Start coloring -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  9. 3 points
  10. 3 points
    Mad Goose is painted and collected! That's the final!
  11. 3 points
    Finished up the 3d printed corner bumpers. As these are rather complex shapes with a bit of over-hang, there was a lot of excess material to sand down and polish, almost ran out of elbow-grease!I applied the usual post-sanding treatment: filling primer and paint, as well as small detail work on the screw holes.
  12. 3 points
    As promised, this mod features an LCD display on one of the side-panels. This is a throwback to a previous mod, Tek'tonic III, but unlike it, this side-panel display is not transparent. The screen is driven by a raspberry pi single board computer, allowing hardware status information and animations to be displayed with no performance penalty to the main gaming rig. Status information is fed to the raspberry pi over an internal network from an open source hardware monitor package. This setup also allows me to remotely boot up the system or display news and notifications while the main system is turned off. I started with a compact flurecent backlit monitor and gutted everything except the screen film and driver board. A light diffuser was laser-cut from plexiglass with a saw-tooth pattern on all edges. This is to fit the RGB LED strips, turning this into a thin edge-lit display panel. The LED strips are neatly covered with aluminium tape to prevent light from bleeding out. I used RGB LEDs as this will allow monochrome screen animations to be color-synced with the rest of the system's RGB lighting.
  13. 3 points
  14. 3 points
    Assembling components for a PC, install scarecrow brains, that he could now think
  15. 3 points
    So, the final meeting and the completion of the image began.
  16. 3 points
    So the painting of the Mad Goose began. Color is called "Heavenly Blue" is very symbolic!
  17. 3 points
  18. 3 points
    I decided to remake the water tank. Now it will look like two spirals in the form of a virus from the movie Resident Evil.
  19. 3 points
    Today's adventure brings in a pcie riser cover. While 3d printers are pure awesome when it comes to prototyping, getting a quality part requires some elbow grease. The rough part was first cleaned and trimmed before applying a generous coating of filling primer. After a short break hanging out on the drying rack, the part was sanded down to a smooth finish. A laser-cut vinyl stencil was then applied, followed by a few coats of white paint. Peel an onion, you get a smaller onion. Peel the vinyl and you get ...a PCI-e riser cover!
  20. 3 points
    Needed a distribution board for the RGB LED strips. Started off with a bare copper clad board and applied a layer of paint as masking. The PCB was then laser and chemically etched before applying a final acetone treatment to remove the paint masking. All that remains is to drill the holes and solder on the pin headers. Since this is a single layer PCB the headers will have to go on the reverse side.
  21. 3 points
  22. 2 points
    Hi all, Recently I received all the components for my Ryzen 7 upgrade. One of the items is a Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED Turbo which according to the website, packaging and instructions is fully compatible with AM4. Well, I'm afraid to say that is just not the case. I've been spending hours today trying to make this cooler fit on my ASUS board to no avail. It seems the retention clip provided with the kit will in absolutely no way clip close on the motherboard's bracket unless I bend it in such way that it defeats the purpose or worse still, damage the CPU or motherboard. I've also Google'd like crazy with no results. Unfortunately the platform and cooler's too new for there be any helpful tips out on the web. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated. The motherboard in question: ASUS Prime X370-Pro
  23. 2 points
    I don't think getting a response is the issue, its the problem that some are being allowed to get the bracket, and others like myself are being flat out told that there is no bracket.
  24. 2 points
    Dear Joseph, We apologize, but the Hyper 212 LED can only be vertically mounted on AM4 motherboards. CM Support Yeah, that was a lot of help. No more CoolerMaster for me anymore. If they would have just gone about it the right way and make a proper backplate, this wouldnt be an issue.
  25. 2 points
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  26. 2 points
    That would be the Ammo. The part number is RC-533-SWN1
  27. 2 points
    This article is completely WRONG!!! Cooler Master sells the new AM4 mounting bracket for Hyper 212 LED in China, which is 100% compatible with both old and new version of Hyper 212 LED heat sink. I got this recently. You guys refuse to provide the new upgrading kit to west user, and LIED about it!!
  28. 2 points
    Hello, I am having same issue here. Hyper 212 LED Turbo cannot be rotated and mounted such that the cooler fins align parallel to the DIMM slot on the motherboard. (See image attached) In the image, the blue shaded region is the cooler fins (or heat sink fin). The blue arrow is the air flow direction. The blue orientation is the only way how the cooler can be attached. This is very restrictive for small cases which do not have exit port on right (of this image) I am looking for mounting the cooler, as shown as red shaded orientation, where the direction of air flow is in red colored arrows. ( in this orientation the fins are parallel to the RAM or DIMM slots). Can CoolerMaster help with this. ( I own a Hyper 212 LED Turbo presently and all hardware is just sitting there to be used !)
  29. 2 points
    Oy! This mod is something that I've been wanting to build for some time. It is a tribute to the cooler master ammo 533 case. The project is going to be an evolution from the Ammo series, both from an engineering and design standpoint. Personally I have been part of the Mekatronix Works (mktrx) case-mod team. We've previously participated in a number of regional events, in the last couple of years. Before that it was mostly custom watercooling and jerry-rigging our cases to fit the components. I am going to be using a similar HW monitor display system, in-build into the case as one of our previous projects "Tek'tonic III" (link below) The previous builds I have worked at were more of an abstract design and served no purpose in utility. With this competition I have the chance to build my system into something that will feed the nostalgia of my lanparty days. The materials I will be using: Aluminium, Plexi, Dibond and Carbon fiber reinforced ABS. previous builds: Tek'tonic Tek'tonic III Rog COOPER
  30. 2 points
    I think is the GLADIATOR 600 , you can check the link ....http://www.cmstore.eu/spare-parts/gladiator-600-front-panel/
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  32. 2 points
    Thanks for that! I've got yet one more post. The motherboard got it's glamour treatment: the heatsinks have been painted to match the mod's color scheme. RGB lighting installed and blinkiinging away nicely. The power and reset switches were a real pain to get working in the middle of the night, they require 6v input and all I had was a 12v power rail. Please check the second post on the first page for all the glory shots.
  33. 2 points
    Hi all Here my final Worklog Hope u guys enjoy it !!! this is only i got as to finish it . will improve more soon , and i make sure i will deliver the best i can Thanks to Coolermaster for this event , without it i would not be here . Thanks to all sponsored company , those who are really trust newbie like me . I will appreciated it forever !! Thanks to all member who support me and those legendary mods who are willing to share knowledge !! .
  34. 2 points
    In the cheekbones will be installed acoustics
  35. 2 points
    Well, most of the case is made out of composite materials, so i shaved some weight off that way. I also did a few resistance tests, and It's solid as a tank!
  36. 2 points
    So I started primed! And the stock paint in front of it!
  37. 2 points
    But a couple of photos of how I did small tailpieces and a power connector.
  38. 2 points
    Yesterday I cut out a viewing window that would admire the emblem of the Cooler Master. And also I made a mount for the fan who will stand behind. As if the beavers had gnawed ...))))
  39. 2 points
    A wonderful moment- it is running! I thank you, for following it to here. I am overwhelmed by my feelings, no PC before was so close- not even the concrete PC I did. I thank you- more is not in my head...here are the very first pics:
  40. 2 points
    Good evening! Work is in full swing! Thank stay tuned! Lately, much has been done: I put an aluminized grid on the ventilation openings of the compartments. Found a place for USB ports. Made decorative details. Added more fans. The point moves to the paint! Mesh to prevent fingers from poking: Something like a lighthouse, for space ships: Fastening of the top cover and other details:
  41. 2 points
    Today I got to finish painting the composite panel parts. Used a self etching filling primer, sanded it down and then painted it neatly.
  42. 2 points
    Today I cut out the inscription from plexiglas.
  43. 2 points
    Hi friends, I almost got to the final form of my fashion, I still need to work with him, of course, but the most difficult thing left behind.
  44. 2 points
    Preparing outer surface for painting, since the composite panel comes coated with some sort of enamel. Had to deepen the bending grooves to release some tension before bending. Made a bending contraption with the laser cuter. Used some cyanoacrylate to maintain the 45° angle of the bend.
  45. 2 points
    Hello!!! I made a foot for a goose and a hind paw. The foot is very heavy - will stand with confidence! Work continues! Customize and decorate all!
  46. 2 points
    Working with the head continues
  47. 2 points
    Parts are here! CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-5930K MOTHERBOARD: ROG Strix X99 Gaming MEMORY: Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4-2666 32GB Quad-Channel (8 DIMM) STORAGE: 2 x 240GB Kingston HyperX 3K SSD (RAID 0) VIDEO CARD: ROG Strix GeForce® GTX 1080 OC edition POWER SUPPLY: Cooler Master V650 COOLER: custom water block with Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm radiator and Monsoon water loop CASE FANS: Cooler Master: MasterFan Pro 120 Air Pressure
  48. 2 points
    Hello friends, post more pictures of the process of creation.
  49. 2 points
    I continue to refine my head
  50. 2 points
    Greetings to all, I continue to show my work, I made a series of alterations with my mod, added loops and a mechanism for lifting the head of the Alien, as well as refined air intakes.