Stevenson Nguyen

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  1. Alcoholic Monster

    Other Peripherals included a Razer Leviathan modded with a light strip behind the grate, ASUS ROG Claymore, ASUS ROG Spatha, and an ASUS VX238H Monitor. We also got a PCIx16 riser card to opt an option for GPU. And we got a CoolerMaster ThermalMaster TC-102 jus for scrap metal and mounting panel. EDIT***: So on the last day, the forums decide to let me add more posts onto my own project, so instead i will add a google docs link with the rest of my worklog. Alcoholic Monster Google docs worklog because CoolerMaster is stupid Also adding videos... WARNING! has profanity
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    F cooling (other than the fridge), we will be using a custom water loop featuring Crystal Head Vodka as our reservoir, and American Pride Gin for Coolant. We are using a 280 Black Ice Radiator, Swiftech Apogee CPU block, Swiftech Acryllic Pump, Masterkleer tubes (3/8" ID, 5/8" OD, green color), EK-HFB 10mm black Fittings, A generic 140mm fan from a CoolerMaster Mastercase Maker 5, and a CoolerMaster MasterFan Pro 140mm Air Flow.
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    So lets start with gathering parts. We got a CTM-026-3E Enterprise Monster Energy Cooler. Its the best regret in our lives. It has windows on all 4 sides and we managed to haggle down the price. Next We got computer parts. We will be using a ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Formula Motherboard, Intel Core i5-6600K CPU, GeIL Evo X 2x4GB RAM, Raidmax Cobra 600W 80+ Gold PSU, and a PNY 120GB SSD for the main compenents. (pictures of the motherboard will be seen in other photos as I do not have the original box)
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    Fridge serves as case and cooling to chill the alcohol-cooled system (liquid cooling using alcohol). Many people in the past have had many qualms about building a computer within a fridge. However we will begin this project to show the possibility of this idea. We also want to make the cooler serve as a support for one side of a wooden desk (other side will be cabinets). the desk will feature a foot rest, a slide out keyboard/mouse tray, and both a monitor and soundbar integrated into the desktop itself. We also plan to cove the top with a mousepad material with a Monster Energy Logo printed onto it. However, due to our limited time constraints, we may not be able to do this part. EDIT***: So on the last day, the forums decide to let me add more posts onto my own project, so instead i will add a google docs link with the rest of my worklog. Alcoholic Monster Google docs worklog because CoolerMaster is stupid Also adding videos... WARNING! has profanity SPONSERED BY: