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  1. AQUARIUM PROJECT — COMPLETED I started this project from making sketches on paper, about possible water cooling components development and placement for build of my dreams (this is the second build I ever made). It took about a second to understand that a case was necessary before any further step, and this is the moment the C700M appeared on my google searches: a monstrous and beautiful case. The key point from beginning was to include a system to get motorized movement of front and top panels, trying not to alter too much the original look of this case: the idea of opening / closing them every time I would use the pc made me anxious ... what if I would forget it closed? Not for me... Since I honestly didn't know about the CMWS2019, first part of the mod building (installing motherboard and graphic cards for example) doesn't have any pic, but I had chance to make few more of them when revisioning my build. Wish me luck pls Specifications: Cooler Master C700M case LG 5K2K 5120x2160 Ultrawide 21:9 34" monitor Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Xtreme Waterforce motherboard Intel I9-9900K cpu 32 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX amp ram 2x Gigabyte Aorus RTX 2080 TI Xtreme Waterforce gpus in NV-Link configuration Gigabyte Aorus NV-Link Bridge RGB 2x Samsung V-NAND SSD 970 PRO 1 TB in raid0 configuration Razer Huntsman keyboard Razer Firefly Hard Edition Razer Naga Trinity mouse Water cooling: Aquacomputer Aquaero 6 XT with Aquasuite software 2x Aquacomputer Aqualis reservoirs 2x Aquacomputer D5 NEXT pumps 2x Aquacomputer Flow sensors 2x Aquacomputer Filter with stainless steel mesh and flow valves 2x Aquacomputer Quadro fan controller 2x Aquacomputer Farbwerk led controller 2x Aquacomputer Hubby7 usb hub Aquacomputer Splitty-9 aquabus hub 3x Aquacomputer temperature sensor 6x Aquacomputer inline temperature sensor 2x EKWB EK-Coolstream PE360 radiators 14x EKWB EK-Vardar EVO 120ER RGB fans Cooler Master Master Fan Pro 140 Air Pressure RGB fan Matrix Orbital EVE2 lcd display Matrix Orbital USB2SPI board Front and top panels motorization: 3x Irrobot MightyZap 78N RS485 motors 3x OLED display I2C 2x chip45 Crumbuino-Mega ATmega2560 RS485 boards 2x chip45 3.3v step-down voltage regulator 2x Aquacomputer temperature sensor 2x Aquacomputer inline temperature sensor Ligthing system: Gigabyte Aorus RGB Fan Commander 1x CableMod WideBeam Hybrid led kit RGB/UV 7x CableMod WideBeam Hybrid led strip 30cm RGB/UV 3x CableMod WideBeam Hybrid led strip 60cm RGB/UV 2x Aquacomputer UV led 1x Aquacomputer Farbwerk 360 6x Aquacomputer RGBpx strip Final video:
  2. I had this computer for almost one year. I really love the H500M case. I had an AIO cooler master ML 240 RGB. I had a dream of making a custom water cooled loop in it. Finally had the money to do so. I ordered everything from EK water block. While I was waiting for the parts to arrive, I relocated my 2,5 inch SSD to the back. I fabricated a mount for the reservoir with pieces of metal. Then I received the shippement from EK. So I had Everything I needed to build my dream machine.
  3. AKMod

    Minimalistic

    Hello everyone,I’m AK from Taiwan.I want to create a simple and elegant design concept.This year I will be modding the C700M and experimenting with using handmade leather and attempting to create a custom resevoir made out of wood.Whilst making it look modern, clean and sleek. Specs: COOLER MASTER COSMOS C700M COOLER MASTER V1300 PLATINUM COOLER MASTER MASTERFAN SF120M NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2080 Ti ASUS ROG RAMPAGE VI EXTREME OMEGA G.SKILL TRIDENT Z ROYAL 8GX8 SEAGATE FIRECUDA 510 SSD 2TB INTEL CORE i9-9980XE Water cooling: EK-CPU LIGNUM-WALNUT EK-FC RTX 2080 Ti LIGNUM-WALNUT EK-HTC LIGNUM 12MM - WALNUT EK-XTOP REVO D5 PWM (INCL. SLEEVED PUMP) EK-COOLSTREAM SE 360 (SLIM TRIPLE) EK-HD TUBE 10/12MM 500MM EK-AF FITTINGS CUSTOM RESERVOIR CUSTOM CABLE Massive thanks to Cooler Master, ASUS Republic of Gamers, NVIDIA GeForce Taiwan, G.SKILL, Seagate, EK Water Blocks, for supporting my projects. The Minimalistic project has been completed!
  4. First build for CaseMod World Series 2019 is called Monochrome. These are the specs: Cooler Master MasterCase H500M Cooler Master V750 CableMod Pro Custom Sleeved Cables MSI Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon Intel Core i7-8700k MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor Patriot Viper RGB 4x 8GB Black 3200MHz Patriot Scorch M.2 NVMe SSD 256GB Water cooling parts: 12x EK-Torque HTC-16 - Black 4x EK-Torque Angled 90° - Black EK-Velocity Strike RGB - Matt Black + Silver 2x EK-Torque HTC-16 Color Rings Pack - Nickel (10 pieces) 2x EK-AF T-Splitter 3F G1/4 - Black EK-CoolStream XE 360 (Triple) 9x EK-Vardar EVO 120ER White BB (500-2200rpm) EK-AF FillPort G1/4 - Black EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM - (incl. sleeved pump) 2x EK-AF Extender Rotary M-M G1/4 - Black 2x EK-CryoFuel Solid Cloud White (Premix 1000mL) 4x EK-HD PETG Tub 12/16mm 500mm (2 pieces) Pictures very soon of the parts and of to work. :)
  5. Hey guys, Here's one of my entries for this year, my Intel Skull scratch build Check out my full overview and time lapse video putting this build together here: SPECS: MB - GIGABYTE X299 AORUS MASTER CPU - Intel Core i9-9980XE RAM - 32GB Team Group Night Hawk RGB DDR4 3200MHz GPU - 2 x GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GAMING OC M.2 SSD - 2 x 512GB AORUS RGB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSHD - 2 x 2TB Seagate Firecuda HDD - 2 x 6TB Seagate Barracuda PSU - Cooler Master V1200 Platinum Custom water cooling by EK Water Blocks Custom cables by CableMod
  6. Second build for the CaseMod World Series 2019 is called Tesseract. Still not sure if it will contain 2nd or 3rd Gen Ryzen CPU, but so far these will be the specs. These are the specs: Cooler Master MasterBox Q300P Cooler Master V850 Platinum CableMod Pro Custom Sleeved Cables MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE AMD Ryzen 7 3700X AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Patriot Viper RGB 4x 8GB 3200MHz White Patriot Scorch NVMe M.2 SSD 256GB Water cooling parts: 14x EK-Torque HTC-16 - Nickel 2x EK-Torque HTC-16 Color Rings Pack - Blue (10pcs) EK-XTOP Revo D5 RGB PWM - Plexi (incl. sleeved pump) EK-Velocity RGB - AMD Nickel + Plexi EK-Vector Radeon RX 5700 + XT RGB NICKEL + PLEXI EK-CoolStream Classic SE 240 3x EK-HD PETG Tube 12/16mm 500mm (2pcs) 2x EK-CSQ Plug G1/4 with EK-Badge - Nickel 3x Mayhems Aurora Silver 1L 1x Mayhems Non Stain Blue Dye 15mL EK-AF Extender Rotary M-M G1/4 - Black EK-AF T-Splitter 3F G1/4 - Black The same thing goes for this build as well. Photos of the products very soon.
  7. What's up guys, how's it going? So, this will be my fourth Cyberpunk-themed project. This project was made to present at Campus Party Brazil in 2019. This year I took the big chance with Cooler Master Brazil, because I received the so dreamed C700P! He came in the middle of the hour, but in the rush to get everything done in time. Here's a little bit of what's to come in this worklog. http://coolermaster.com/ https://g9laser.com/ https://www.seagate.com/ https://www.teamgroupinc.com/ Below are the pieces that will be part of this project!
  8. I am asama from Taiwan. This time I want to use COSMOS C700P to be the theme Lady of the Lake. Specs: COSMOS C700P BLACK EDITION COOLER MASTER V850 ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming X G.SKILL TRIDENT Z ROYAL 8GX4 Intel i9-9900K NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 TI Water cooling: EK Water Blocks Bitspower Massive thanks to Cooler Master, ASRock, G.SKILL, EK Water Blocks, for supporting my projects.
  9. I was challenged to mod the H500M in a new way that still retained the originality of the case. I took the opportunity to also display the Aorus RTX2080 by tilting it 45 degrees. It took hundreds of hours to complete but was well worth it. It also features some of the best hardware on the market: The top, both sides, front and back have all been modded by me in house. I spent a ton of time doing detail work throughout the build including parts that are not even visable in order to perfect the ONYX case mod throughout. The closer you look; the more small detail work you'll see. The Thought Behind ONYX:This mod was inspired by modern design elements that I enjoy. I also centered a lot of the ONYX mod around the custom mounted GPU that's at an angle. To accomplish this I removed almost the entire back of the case and then rebuilt a small portion to accommodate the design elements. Lots of new techniques were employed. The main shroud was built so that the hidden top LEDs would shine through the shroud to give it a really neat effect. I had about 2 months to do the case mod and I couldn't be happier with the outcome. ONYX Specs: Motherboard: Aorus Z390 Xtreme Waterforce motherboard with mono block Graphics Card: Aorus RTX2080 Xtreme Waterforce edition CPU: Intel i7 9700k Power Supply: Be Quiet Straight Power 11 (1,000watt) Custom Cables: CableMod Pro Series custom cables, USB extensions, SATA cables, aluminum cable combs, digital LEDs. Ram: Teamgroup 4 x 8 GB Delta RGB DDR4 Ram SSDs: Teamgroup Delta RGB SSDs X 2 (250GB ea) Case: Cooler Master H500M & 2 x 200mm ARGB fans Watercooling by Watercool, ModMyMods & Barrow Fittings and Tubing: Barrow chrome 12mm fittings , OLED temp sensor, chrome adaptors, chrome filter, 120mm fans, digital RGB controller Main watercooling components: Watercool 360mm radiator, 2 x 100mm reservoirs, polished stainless HTFS2 360mm grill and WCP D5 Vario pump.
  10. Ok so I recently built my first CPU and for the most part I'm pretty sure I did great. However, under a heavy workload my fan from the liquid coolers radiator seems to push itself low enough to make contact with the memory sticks installed on the mo bo. This as you can imagine shatters my nerves and I'm sure in time would shatter my fan blades. Any help working this out would be appreciated beyond belief. BEFORE ANYONE ASKS: No it doesnt happen all the time. If you're looking at the picture the fan I'm referencing is at the top of the picture to the right I was downloading a video file when it happened The case is a Thermaltake (j25? I'll update) You can hear it starting to make contact gradually until it fully engages the memory stick and stops And no, I'm not incredibly tech savvy, I am trying something out of my normal comfort zone here.
  11. Hey guys I honestly don't know whata to do, my keyboaard is constaantly repeating itself aand it's just aa few keys mainly "a" and "c", I tried resetting the keyboard, putting the repeat rate back to 1, tried reinstalling the software, tried plugging it into another PC and the same thing haappens and am really hoping someone ccould help me fix this...it sucks because I wanted to give a new company a cchance and this is the first thing thaat happens to me, I've tried sending multiple tickets but some were denied saying that there is no way the problem could happen with a brand new keyboard they sent me.
  12. Just bought CM Masterkeys Lite L mouse&keyboard combo. Keyboard is amazing but mouse is the worst part. This mouse tracks movement too high up from surface. its like 5-7mm, and its impossible to play any game comfortably because i have to lift it so high. This also makes the mouse very inaccurate in shooter games. Before this I had Bloody mouse (costs 16euro or 18 dollars) and there was a way to calibrate the sensor so it wouldn't track movement so high up in the air. This 50euro or 57dollar Cooler Master combo doesn't have a software to do it. How do i calibrate the damn sensor then? Talking about the software... which DOESN'T EVEN work at all! (Cooler Master Portal), It says i have to connect to the internet, and yet I'm writing this without any internet connection?! If theres no solution will throw this mouse in the thrash can. CHANGE MY MIND!
  13. Hello guys, I have storm trooper non window case(the old one), I want to install SE Glass panel from the side + Vertical Graphics Card Holder Kit, so I wanted to ask 1)can I install the storm trooper SE Glass panel on my old storm trooper case?If yes from where to buy it? 2)can install the vertical graphics card holder kit on my old storm trooper case?If yes from where to buy it? Best Regards, Yazan Zaid
  14. I recently bought the Masterset MS121 in order to use it to control my late 2016 MacBook Pro With the touch bar. However, I found that the keyboard did not work at all. It does not light up or show any form of life. I have plugged it into a windows PC an I have found that it works on that, then I plugged it into an iMac and it doesn't work there either. Is there any way that I can get it working on Mac or will I have to get a refund? Are any of the CM keyboards Mac compatible? Thanks in advance.
  15. i'm totally confused about my front intake which one is better for my intake? 3x120mm or 2x140mm fans? now im using cooler master k500 rgb, and then anyone already using cooler master masterfan pro air pressure? bcs i have a plan to use it as my intake and then my second question : i already bought CM master fan pro airflow 3 in 1 pack, it have controller to use 4 fan to control it, so if i buy master fan pro air pressure 3 in 1 again, will i use 2 controller? thankyou ps: sorry for my bad english, i hope you guys understand *this is my case http://www.coolermaster.com/case/mid-tower/masterbox-k500/
  16. i'm totally confused about my front intake which one is better for my intake? 3x120mm or 2x140mm fans? now im using cooler master k500 rgb, and then anyone already using cooler master masterfan pro air pressure? bcs i have a plan to use it as my intake and then my second question : i already bought CM master fan pro airflow 3 in 1 pack, it have controller to use 4 fan to control it, so if i buy master fan pro air pressure 3 in 1 again, will i use 2 controller? thankyou ps: sorry for my bad english, i hope you guys understand :) *this is my case http://www.coolermaster.com/case/mid-tower/masterbox-k500/
  17. Hi, my name is luan, anyway ... I bought the master mouse elite S, plugged it into my pc and it n works turns on all lights, but the cursor does not move, it works perfectly only the cursor moves! someone help me please ???
  18. CM Devastator II mouse doesn't work with my iMac late 2015 (macOS Sierra ver 10.12.5). Recently I bought a keyboard + mouse set: Cooler Master Devastator II and keyboard works fine, but mouse not. When I put mouse into usb socket mouse lights are on but nothing more happens. Is there any way to use this mouse on iMac, any drivers, or tool which can make this mouse available on iMac. Thanks up front.
  19. HAF Pipe 480 (Spectrum Edition) This build is a collaboration between Richard Prins from Designs By Richard (myself) and Yorick Smilda (AKA ProAce), for the last 8 months we worked on an LED controller that could do something not possible with other controllers, control addressable LED strips and CoolForce LED fittings together to create a new kind of light show. After a couple tests and revisions we have a final one made for a project, initially it would have been a build with another manufacturer but due to unavailability we decided to not wait any longer and do a casemod with the controller, we are planning to do more casemods with this controller and we are dubbing the line-up “Project Spectrum” after the initial Project name and builds in the line-up will be known for the “(Spectrum Edition)” Yorick and myself have been have been planning this for about a month, to get this build started Yorick came over to my house for a couple days to work on the project, help out with the LED work, do some extra coding and much more, together we got pretty far and this first post will show some of the things we did on the build. Specifications: Hardware CPU: Intel 5820K Motherboard: ASUS Rampage V Extreme (X99) RAM: Klevv DDR4 Cras White LED 4x4GB (16GB) GPU's: ASUS GTX 780 DCII (x2) PSU: Cooler Master V1200 SSD's: Klevv Urbane U610 480GB (x1) and Samsung 850 Series EVO 500GB (x2 Raid 0) HDD: Western Digital Velociraptor 1TB Case: Cooler Master HAF X (modded to fit a 480mm radiator and a full lenth PSU cover) Watercooling EKWB CSQ Acrylic CPU Block (Polished) EKWB CSQ GTX 780 Block (x2 Polished) EKWB D5 Pump Block and D5 pump Nanoxia CoolForce (16mm) Fittings including LED fittings. Nanoxia CoolForce 16mm tubing Nanoxia CoolForce White Pastel Bitspower Valve fitting Hardware Labs Black Ice SR1 480mm Aquatube Reservoir Others Corsair SP 120mm (x4) BitFenix 230mm Pro fan Swiftech PWN 8 channel fan hub Nanoxia CoolForce White individually sleeved cables Custom PSU shroud Several meters of addressable LED strip. Custom designed and programmed LED controller For this new build I took to the attic to pull my old Cooler Master HAF X case out of storage after I had done 2 builds with this case before and I had been using other cases for my workstation, this case has been modified to hold a 480mm radiator in the top which I am using again. Big thanks to the sponsors for this project. Klevv sent us their CRAS RAM for a project that ended up being canceled and told me to use it in the next build we would do so here it is, sweet white LED glory to fit in with the RGB lighting (better than red lights of course) Nanoxia CoolForce has been my trusty supplier for water cooling tubing and fittings, these are the LED fittings we will be using I'll be using the V1200 which Cooler Master sponsored for a different project, due to the delay that project is going through I told them I would use it in this build. In the 2015 update build I did with it I had a PSU cover made with mounting points for the pump, HDD and an SSD, on the side it shows my old logo and the casemod name, before it had red acrylic and red LED lighting behind it so we tore it out and replaced it with clear acrylic which has been rough sanded on one side in a single direction (brushed), we then added aluminium tape which gives it a unique look, almost as if it's brushed aluminium, when the lighting is off and when it is on it reflects any light to make sure everything lights up nice and bright. *We made sure there was no possibility for the tape to come in contact with wiring or any other chance of shorting out the LED work. A quick test using the rainbow mode to make sure the LED’s all function as they should and it looks amazing, we'll definitly use this mode in the final build. 20170102_195435.mp420170102_195435.mp4 (50MB video, video is also on my Facebook page) The last time I used this case I noticed the front fan kept hitting the metal it was mounted on so a quick trim solved that. In the build we will be lighting up several blocks including the GPU blocks, these are two ASUS GTX 780 DCII GPU’s with EKWB CSQ blocks which I sanded and polished to a clear finish together and black backplates, I still had these in my collection and they would fit right in the build. This is what they looked like in my 2015 update build. And this is what they looked like with a little test for this build after we added the LED strips and hooked up the controller. We made a gif! (great to see that format is supported on this forum) GPU Project Spectrum (HAF Pipe 480).mp4 (30MB file download, video is also on my Facebook page) We hooked up all the LED strips including the ones in the case and after those 3 days it was time for Yorick to head home after all the work we had done, sadly when I put power on the controller later that day something went wrong and the LED strips (all but the PSU cover strips) got fried, we think it might have been a surge through the controller so Yorick worked on a re-design but until then we can not show the whole system lit up. There we are after 3 days of hard work in the attic where I work on systems, the table is a mess but it's worth it, we got a lot done but still a lot to do. The day after Yorick went home I started on to get back to work on the layout for the water cooling loop, a lot of puzzling was done to see what the cleanest look would be. First test to see if parallel would be the best way to do this loop (spoiler: I went with serial even though this looked pretty nice) Mounting the CPU block and this time I decided not to go with Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut like the last two times but to once again use Liquid Metal and go with Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut, we are a couple weeks further and temps are looking mighty fine, thanks to Thermal Grizzly for their support Some piping done after I decided on the layout for the tubing. After some serious bending of which the photo's seem to have disappeared (dying camera) this was the result, I've filled up the system for testing and since I wanted to use the PC until the final controller and the new LED work is done. The GPU blocks are not the only water blocks to receive the treatment, I designed this small bracket for the EK CPU block to add some LED's to it, we are going to a place where RGB overkill does not exist! The left is a Cooler mod we are doing for Cooler Master, the right is the EK CPU block bracket, all parts are designed by me and 3D printed by Yorick. I might have missed something, it's late but I will add/change anything if I notice it. The next update shouldn't take long, we received the PCB for the final version of the controller and only have to wait for a few items to be shipped before I can take it apart again and we can install everything as planned. PS: My apologies for the terrible photo's (some at least), my DSLR was dying at the time and sadly some photo's are missing, I now have a brand new one so the update photo's will all be made with that.
  20. 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
  21. imdenz

    BB-8

    It's been 2015 since BB-8 was introduced in Star Wars Franchise, since then I've been a fan of this cute droid and been a member of BB-8 Builders Club since last year in Facebook. But due to my busy schedule I haven't started to make a full size BB-8 last year. But this time since its my 10th year(2007-2017) in assembling personal computer. I've decided to make a static one because I'm upgrading my machine soon and this also is my first time to make my own mod and a new Star Wars movie will be launched this 2017. I also searched for BB-8 Computer case and there is no one image available online and I hope that this is the First Full Size BB-8 Computer Case that will be build. This droid is simple but complicated to build, but with the help of 3d printing and Autodesk Fusion 360 we can make accurate parts that suites our needs. This is also the 25th year of Cooler Master so I decided to make this build special, unique and futuristic projection technology that anyone would love. Follow my quest in building this very cute droid.
  22. Artem

    LamboCase 5t

    Dear colleagues! This is the first time I participate in this contest. I recently started modeling. This will be my fourth project. The project that I conceived, to connect the elements of the car Lamborghini with the body of the Сooller master. Let's see what happens. The project will be based on the corps (Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5t).
  23. Hey everyone! Been a while since posting a new log, but I recently had an amazing opportunity to do a mod for Cooler Masters suite at CES2017! Even as busy as I have been I couldn't pass on the offer. The time frame was extremely limited, I think after all the parts arrived I had about 5-6 days to build this that is why I am posting the log now even though the build is finished, I would of never had the time to do it while working. Even with the constraint on time, I still manage to pack this Mastercase 5t with some cool stuff so lets take a look shall we? The theme is something I always wanted to play around with, just creating a build with sacred geometry and patterned polygons through out. I believe its rather appealing to look at, and somewhat draws you in to keep looking. It is a rather open ended theme and can go many directions so I figured it was something I could use to make a mod in less than a week. So first off this would of never been possible without Cooler Master as well as the other companies who pitched in to help get this project done! Cooler Master - Mastercase 5t, v1000 Power Supply, and 6 Jetflow Fans. Nvidia - 2x EVGA GTX 960 Avexir - 16GB Blitz DDR4 Ram, and S100 SSD Primochill - Maxcord Paracord, Revolver SX Fittings, D5 Pump, D5 Pump Top and mount, PETG Tubing, and True White Opaque Coolant. Swiftech - Apogee X2 CPU Block, and Extreme Performance 360mm Radiator. Thank you all so much! So heading into the work, unboxed everything and started started installing to get a feel for it. (Originally planned on the Gaming M7 motherboard from MSI but the board ended up being DOA, so right before filling the loop I had to switch it out.) (I was also going to use 1 msi 960 before Nvidia got on board) Now into the modding we go! First was a quick paint job on the Primochill pump brackets. Then on the case I first peeled the foam off the front cover then CNC cut some patterns on the front backed with painted mod mesh for some enhanced front airflow for the radiator to be placed in the front of the case. The next mod was a magnetic power supply shroud made of laser cut acrylic for the front of the case. I used 1/8" red for the base and 1/16" black on top to fit flush right behind the tempered glass. The Top layer caps the magnets and allow them to be glued in place. After that I installed the radiator, and made a custom grill with 2 layers of laser cut acrylic glued together. Moving right along with the watercooling I made 2 of my favorite things to make, water manifolds! I went with the glued style this time because of time constraints and I didn't want to worry about possible o-ring leaks or anything. I pocketed out the base which was .5" acrylic, then laser cut a .125" cover plate, and a 1.25" trim to cover the glue bubbles. Then I sandwiched them all together with Weldon 4 and tapped the fitting holes. Next up was the graphics car back plate, combined into a gpu shroud, combined with a SSD mount and a d5 pump mount lol. Nvidia was able to spare 2 960s for the build, they happened to be the ITX cards. So I designed this shroud to fill out the case a bit more and incorporate the other hardware. Then I made some cable extensions and wire everything up! After cables came the tubing! Then it was time to fill er up!! One last thing before wrapping it up. I made a window skin for the back door panel. Since the tempered glass is very nice, I didn't want to remove it, and I didn't want to obstruct the front window, so on the back I made a magnetic skin to bring the theme all the way around the build. I laser cut acrylic, layered it, and embedded magnets just like the psu shroud. Then I built a matching show plaque, and crated it up for shipment! Here is a few pics from CES! That is it for this update! I hope you enjoyed it! It was so much fun and really pushed me to accomplish as much as I could in only 6 days! I am grateful for the opportunity a look forward to the next collaboration! Also expect to see some Mastercase accessories available soon on my website! I will be back with a final photo update in the next few days to a week! Also I will be doing Cyprus29 photos as well to be on the look out for that update also! Take care see ya in the next update!
  24. For the first time, we have recruited a mixture of judges as a means to continue our mission of growing and diversifying the modding community. This year the panel will consist of seven representatives including Dave Alcock, representing bit-tech, Antony Leather, Dewayne Carel representing Modders Inc, Mhike Samsin of TantricmodZ, Cameron and Anthony representing TweakTown, Logan Hale representing Crit TV, and Tomi Adebayo representing UNILAD Tech. The registration deadline for this year's competition is March 31st. To get involved and stay up to date as the competition unfolds, please visit our official competition page: http://makerhub.coolermaster.com/cmws-2017.