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  1. Welcome! Thanks for checking out my tribute to Mad Max & his Interceptor build log. This is one of my Bucket list theme PC builds. My mother brought me to the premiere of The Road Warrior movie and I've been fan of this world ever since. This will be a modified desktop PC with liquid cooling. Inspired by visual elements of Max's Interceptor and the Mad Max World. ...and maybe Fury Road. There shall be rust and maybe even a Detonator attached to the PC? (lol). I'll be sharing highlights of it's progression stages, including video clip links as I move along in this thread. I have a basic idea of what PC hardware components will occupy this mad max inspired PC (motherboard, CPU, DDR, GPU, SSD, PSU) The case is an Enermax Equlilence they donated to me last year. If you've followed my past personal builds, I like to find good deals on hardware whenever possible I do plan to fabricate the liquid cooling lines from 361 marine grade stainless tubing. No idea what brand of CPU & GPU water blocks, radiators and fittings I'll use yet. The case is the Enermax Equilence I was given. It sorta looks like a Fractal Case, but without any of the well thought out features. I apologize in advance if you're expecting me to pose a Mad Max action figure inside the case (haha). The Interceptor's V8 feels more appropriate. The scale Ford engine I'm using is by LIBERTY Classics, http://www.libertyclassics.com/ I've added motorized shaft to spin the supercharger belt, you can watch it here, https://twitter.com/Mnpctech/status/992023385818492928 90 degree 24 pin motherboard connector, https://mnpctech.com/case-mods-gaming-pc-liquid-modding-custom-computer-mnpctech-overclock-cooling-fan-grills/90-degree-angle-24-pin-atx-connector-for-motherboard-mainboard.html I've modified the supercharger pulleys with larger plates to keep the belt from rolling off. I will be fabricating a new engine scoop to emulate Max's Scott Injector Scoop and painting everything dark grey.
  2. Jonathan

    (Completed) Project: OverDrive

    Hey Guys! Got another incoming project in partner with EVGA, CoolerMaster, Zadak511 and Thermaltake! CoolerMaster was generous enough to throw in one of their most gorgeous computer case, the MasterCase Maker 5T! And I will be calling this project "OverDrive". This is one of the things that I love about this piece of gorgeousness, the top handle. And here's a few more photos of this gorgeousness. EVGA showed their awesomeness again with their support by sending in some of their awesome hardware! I'll be using some of Thermaltake's newest fittings, the Pacific M-Pro fittings. And here's their new Digital Temperature Sensor/Indicator fitting. And here is the second reason why I am soooooo pumped with this project. I will be using a pair of bad-:) looking RAM from ZADAK511. Shield RGB DDR4 16gb RAM! These looks awesome out of the box! Well, the unboxing of it was a puzzle but yet one of the most amazing unboxing I have ever experienced. When I opened the box up, I was surprised that there were some compartments/dividers. I'm like, "wuuuuuuuut is this??" So I started pulling them out and then, well, see for yourself. The thing came with patches, a lanyard, some gloves and a SSD! In case you were wondering "I thought it was supposed to be DDR4 RAM?", well, that's exactly what came into my head when I opened it up. Remember what I said above that the unboxing experience of this was a puzzle? The DDR4 RAM were carefully hidden on top. There was a piece of cardboard that you need to pull aaaaaaaand... Don't they look amazing? So after pulling all those out, I thought that was everything, buuuuuuuut! I accidentally pulled the piece of box where the RAMs where sitting, and what I found was just amazing. It came with Google VR Cardboard! After discovering the VR cardboard, I have spent probably 20 more minutes trying to see if there are more hidden loots in that small box. But sadly, that was all. But still, the loots that came with the box really surprised me. Well, there's more photos to come but that's it for me for now. See you guys in the next update! Ciao!
  3. Calling all modders and PC builders to join the biggest case mod competition with cash & prizes worth over US $40,000. Cooler Master today announced the 8th installment of the annual Case Mod World Series. The global case modding competition invites anyone from first-time tinkerers to seasoned veterans to make and submit their creations from Feb 3rd to May 3rd. In celebration of Cooler Master’s 25th Anniversary, a bonus category has been added to this year’s contest to encourage entrants to commemorate the iconic products of the last 25 years and honor the classics with new pieces of modding beauty. Thanks to our great sponsors: Intel, ASUS, Nvidia, HyperX, and Dremel. Register now http://makerhub.coolermaster.com/cmws-2017 If you have any suggestions, feedback or issues with registration, please leave a post here or email us at: mod@coolermaster.com.tw
  4. This project is taking much longer than i expected to due to work, however it is turning out a lot better than expected as well! Here i will be showcasing my soldier 76 build log, every thing you see besides the case is custom laser cut and painted, I'm currently working on a better back plate design and a design for the back panel and window. after these items are complete i will start uploading some higher quality images and videos of the rig. https://www.facebook.com/DrewciferMods/ FINAL PHOTOS
  5. Who Am I? A bit about me; a few years ago I suffered a traumatic brain injury that caused my brain to hemorrhage. After spending a long time in intensive care I kept thinking about case modding. Before long, its all I could think about. After recovering from my injury I was left with epilepsy and brain that no longer functioned like before. I started to look at things differently. Inspiration for mods began to pop up in the oddest places. I eventually became overthrown with modding ideas and designs. Soon I decided it was time to start. Theres nothing quite like being in the grocery store and yelling, “thats it, 45 degree angles†and then running out of the store like a mad man. No matter what I was doing, it all kept coming back to case modding. Today case modding is my life and it allows me to be truly happy. For some case modding is a hobby but, for me its a lifestyle. And So It Begins: Why: I decided to do this scratch build, “Dark Matter†for several reasons. I was tired of limiting my mods to the confines of a typical sized case. There are a ton of great cases out there but, I wanted to do something my style from the ground up. The design phase began once I started getting close to completing the StarCraft Day Zero case. However, a lot of the main features for this build have been floating around my head over the last year. During the scratch build I will be using new modding techniques as well as using materials that aren't always associated with case modding. I will also implement 3D printing and some new tech in that feild. If you like seeing original creations and have a love for the truest form of modding; you're in the right place. Design Screen Shots: • Quad vertical PCI-e slots added • Modded the stock 80mm rear fan into a 120mm • Tons of custom metal fabrication found throughout the build • Almost every piece is hand fabricated (freestyle modding) • Aluminum triple SSD rack • Custom built PSU mount w/acrylic center plate (backlit) • Hand made aluminum grill (top of the case) • Modded an Xbox 360 power ring to fit the front of the case and added individually addressable LEDs • Hand built acrylic dual voltmeter mount • 12mm thick acrylic honeycomb floor • Acrylic 240 fan grill (custom made) • Cable shroud door mounted next to the motherboard • Hand built aluminum brackets for Lexan water-path & EK 480 radiator • 90 degree brackets for the frame of the case • Snap in color matched rings for the 120mm PureWings 2 PWM fans • Designed and printed a front switch panel • Gskill logo badge with backlit letters • EK logo with plate on the top grill insert • Extensive cable management setup and cable combs • Case for Arduino Mega and mini TFT touch screen for the animated case badge • Hinges for all side panels • Mounts for the aluminum grill (top of the case) • Custom countersunk washers • SSD mount extension • GPU cable combs • Cable passthrough bezel • Switch panel for Xbox 360 power ring and 2 Vandal switches • Supermicro C7 Z170–OCE motherboard • Gigabyte GTX 960 Extreme SLI GPUs (4-gig each) • Intel i7 6700k Skylake CPU • Gskill Trident DDR 4 (16 Gb of ram) • 1,200 watt DarkPower 11 Pro BeQuiet Modular PSU • 3 X OCZ Vector 180 SSDs • Full custom sleeved Ensourced cable set • RantoPad MXX mechanical gaming keyboard w/backlit LEDs • RantoPad Optical Gaming mouse • RantoPad aluminum mousepad • 7 X 120mm PWM PureWings 2 case fans • 16mm angel eye Vandal switch (blue) + 16mm power Vandal switch (blue) • 5050 RGB LED strips with wireless remote • Automotive true RGB LED modular pods • Arduino Mega with mini TFT touch screen (animated case badge) • Printrbot various filaments (3D printed plastics) • 4 X Gas struts for gullwing doors • Large custom lexan water-path behind the motherboard tray • Combination of nickel plated and PETG hardline tubing • Custom built acrylic & nickel reservoir mount w/custom smart LEDs • Water-cooling passthrough for motherboard tray • EKWB X3 250 reservoir • EKWB Supremacy Evo CPU block • EKWB Coolstream XE480mm radiator (quad BeQuiet 120mm fans) • EKWB Revo pump with acrylic top • 12mm HDC hardline fittings, 90 degree adapters (black nickel), 50mm extenders, passthroughs, coolant and hardline bend kit Main Sponsors: Gigabyte: (SLI GPUs) • 2 x Gigabyte GTX 960 Extreme 4 gig SLI GPUs (8–gig total) Supermicro: (Motherboard) • Supermicro C7–Z170–OCE motherboard G.Skill: (DDR4 Ram) • Gskill Trident DDR4 black & white edition (4 sticks of DDR4) OCZ: (Solid State Drives) • 3 X OCZ Vector 180 SSDs (almost a terabyte Total) BeQuiet: (Power Supply & Fans) • 1,200 watt DarkPower 11 Pro BeQuiet Modular PSU • 7 X 120mm PWM PureWings 2 case fans Ensourced: (Custom Sleeved PSU Extensions) • Custom length cables, sleeving design and cable combs Printrbot: (Filament & Hotend) • 7 rolls of filament and an experimental hotend with a 1mm nozzle EMI Design (lasercut work) • Honeycomb floor panel, 240 grill and bottom door EKWB: (Water-Cooling) • EKWB X3 250 reservoir • EKWB Supremacy Evo CPU block • 480mm radiator (quad BeQuiet 120mm fans) • EKWB Revo pump w/plexi top • Fittings Including: - 12mm HDC hardline fittings - 90 degree adaptors - 50mm spacers - M to M adaptors - 10 & 12mm hardline bending kit - 12mm tubing - Passthrough fittings My Last Build: StarCraft Day Zero
  6. Andrew McIntosh

    Lair of Grievous

    This is a case mod based on an episode of Star Wars - The Clone Wars. Series one, episode 10. "Lair of Grievous" . The case I am modding is the CM Storm Sniper Black Edition
  7. Dyson Parkes

    Baresark - Worklog (HAF Stacker Mod)

    My first case mod. It's something I've always wanted to do, so I decided that this is the year I just do it. Here goes... 12-01-2015 Registration confirmed. First parts ordered for build. Parts: Gigabyte GA-797M-D3H (Motherboard) Intel Core i7-4790 (CPU) XSPC Raystorm D5 Photon AX240 (Water cooling kit) XSPC EC6 Coolant - UV Green (Liquid coolant) Bitfenix Recon Fan Controller (Front panel fan controller) EVGA GeForce GTX 750Ti FTW Edition (Graphics card) Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 (Case)