Ban Nguyen

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  1. Post test before set up everything together.
  2. More assembly works done. Interconnected Plate, Tubes preparing.
  3. Power button cables sleeved Power button holders completed after CNC The other decor parts.
  4. I back to the way i will set up 5 GTX 1050 on this Mod, i will use PCI-E Riser. I am waiting Li-Heat PCI-E x4 with PCI-E x16 coming But i realize GTX 1050 with this PCI-E X1 3.0 with PCI-E X16 graphics card benchmark test can not afford to lose points. And i tested Direct test Point results With PCI E x1 3.0 Ok, now here we go.
  5. Sanding and Anodized Re-Assembly Pico PSU 200W, i use it to replace 24Pin Cable Connect Radiator to front I/O Port
  6. GTX 1050 DIY WaterBlock Fast CNC cooper for GPU and Memories, Top with Acrylic and Carbon Sticker
  7. Update! 2 FSP Powersupply 600W AND 2 120mm Radiator Module Stainless steel plate for PSU and Radiator holder Cooler Master fans Assembly Hardwares
  8. Update! 2 FSP Powersupply 600W AND 2 120mm Radiator Module Stainless steel plate for PSU and Radiator holder Cooler Master fans Assembly
  9. Continue, All parts CNC is done. Aluminium 6061. 3D: Real I start assembly the chassic. And I need a very strong stand.
  10. Hi, Everyone, My project entry for the Cooler Master contest 2017, named God of Machines. This is a small 5-pc-in-1 system. My design it will be use for Lanparty Gaming Teams (Dota 2 or LOL team), Internet Cafe or small companies that do not have space for computer case. I also got sponsored (hardware parts) from: Gigabyte Vietnam. Plextor Vietnam FSP TECHNOLOGY INC. Apacer Technology Inc. Intel Vietnam. And I wanted to send a big thank you to all those companies for their support on this Project Like i say above is a 5 pc in one systems so i needed a chassic that have space for all 5 motherboards and the other components. Hence i put them in the CUBE-Shaped chassic Designed using Solidwork The stand
  11. Install and test "heat spreader" Clip test