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  1. Ever since I finished my Fusion build, I've been wanting to play more with the idea of a simple aluminum tray with brackets to change things up. The possibilities are endless and it's super simple, it's just figuring out how to get it to sit on a desk and look like something that's the challenge. I started with the idea of a clamshell design around the tray. I wanted to try my hand at working with more wood, so I made the mistake of visiting a local lumberyard that stocks hardwoods and exotics. SO MUCH PRETTY STUFF! And I came home with this. Black walnut, 4/4, or about an inch thick, 18 inches wide by about 9 feet long. I was in love. And lucky cause I thought I was going to have to join a couple of smaller boards together to get my side panel. The dude asked what I was working on and proceeded to show me this bad boy. It has a cool knotty area, but what I really wanted for the side was that 6' of nice clean board. After getting a couple of pieces cut off I had to get the cup out of it so I rigged up a routing contraption to flatten it all out. It isn't perfect but I've got two nice flat pieces. Next up is starting on the motherboard tray... Thanks for following along!
  2. Hi everyone its RandomDesign. So now that we have a forum to post our logs, here we go. First lets start with the used hardware: During the process I switched the GPU so its not accurate in the picture unfortunately. Motherboard: MSI Z370i Gaming Pro Carbon AC CPU: Intel i9-9000K GPU: Nvidia Titan Xp Collectors Edition Jedi Order Memory: Hyper X Fury 2x8GB SSD: Hyper X Savage 240GB PSU: Cooler Master V700 Fan: Cooler Master 60mm Water cooling: Alphacool The concept: I am a huge fan of the Star Wars films (Yes, including the prequels and the new ones) and for a long time now I got the idea stuck in my head to build a case mod related to that universe. There are many iconic machines out there in the Star Wars universe like the Millennium Falcon, the Death Star or the AT-ATs and AT-STs, but I think the X-Wing is just above them all. Looking at some pictures, I thought it is totally doable to build one as a case mod. I think many people also noticed, that the X-Wing from the new movies (Force Awakens and Last Jedi) are a bit different in design then the old ones, not only in color. The new turbines are only on at each side split into two parts and not two on each side like in the old movies. I went for the new design, cause I think it looks more bad :). Mentioning all this, the question was were to start. Cause I make a detailed 3D model for all my case mods, I got the idea to use my 3D printers to help me with some of the work here. So here is my 3D model. To make everything fit my print bed, I split up the model into 152 individual parts.
  3. The idea behind this one came to me last year on my way to Omaha for the NETWAR LAN. It was a pretty nice day and I was cruising up in my truck with my rig and I thought, "Man, this would be a great day to be on a motorcycle! It'd be nice to toss everything on the bike and blast the 5 hours up to Omaha." But how to transport my rig? I could go small. Get a SFF case and a small monitor so that I could toss stuff in my saddle bags. Or ship the thing beforehand and just figure out how to get it from the hotel to the LAN. Shipping it just wasn't a good option at all and SFF cases are cool, but I want some area to mod. Tiny case, tiny mods and a whole lot of figuring out how to stick things in a small box. Another option that popped into my head was a backpack. Just strap the computer to my back and hop on the bike. That sounds like fun!Now I know that there have been backpacks before, but I thought I could give it my own flavor. First off, it needs to be slick and aerodynamic. I want it too look good and I really don't feel like wearing a sail on my back running down the highway at 70(hahahahahahaha, as if). Also I don't want some weak little system. If I wanted to game on a mobile chip, I'd take a laptop, I want a real screamer of a system. And finally, I don't want to have to figure out how to also strap a monitor to my bike(even though I totally could) or have another backpack for my keyboard and headset and all of that. One pack...everything.First, I need to set some parameters for the build. Obviously mITX because space is at a premium. Watercooling would be nice. A hard shell is a definite. I want protection and I'd also like to not have my fans eat my case. Waterproof, because rain does happen. And as light as I can get it, cause...well...So lets get a hardware layout going, something backpack sized.MITX, SFX-L PSU, and 2x240mm rads. You know, the basics, LOL! I'm not sure that I'll water cool the GPU, but I want the space because it's better to have it and not need it rather than the other way around. M.2 for the storage so I don't need to worry about finding a spot for a drive. I'm not really sure about the res, I may have to figure something else out for a res/pump. But it's a start and the size is good.For the exterior, I figured fiberglass because it's rigid, tough, relatively light and with some gelcoat, water resistant(think boat). I can mount stuff to it if I need to, which I will, and I can form any shape with it. It doesn't hurt that it's my business these days. So let's get a shape.I knocked something out in SketchUp just to get an idea on measurements. I'm going to have a much more rounded look, but this gives me some good references.Now for some physical work. I cut down a box so I could see IRL the size that I'm working with. This represents the space for the hardware and a storage compartment below it.Not too far off from the size of a work backpack.You'll notice my assistant in the background. He was helping me with getting a feel for the size of the backpack.With my box for my minimum dimensions, I surrounded it with foam so I could carve out the mold of the shell to lay my fiberglass on.A little bit of glue and some weight, and we wait.After a little bit of cleaning up the edges with a rasp, I'm ready to start carving out my form.Thanks for checking my project out!
  4. Hello guys, I was a happy user of a Silent Pro M2 620W PSU for almost 4 years, until a couple days ago it refused to turn on my PC. I decided to RMA it, but I realised that there is a spot with scratched paint at one edge and the sticker has two scratches. Shipping cost is not insignificant, so I wonder if these scratches are enough to cause the rejection of my RMA when my PSU is received by Cooler Master. These are the scratches: https://ibb.co/i50Ri5 https://ibb.co/fTqsO5 Any help appreciated!
  5. Casemod Scratch, será baseado no tema da série de personagens (CHAVES). Série Telivision da América Latina. Aqui em meu país Brasil, foi uma boa éopca que marcou um monte de gente e gosta até hoje. SOBRE SERIADO Chaves, ou El Chavo del Ocho, é uma comédia de situação que aborda as interações de um grupo de pessoas que vivem em uma aldeia pobre. O protagonista, Chaves, é um menino órfão de oito anos de idade, que muitas vezes enfrenta problemas com adultos, incluindo o Seu Madruga, Dona Florinda e Dona Clotilde devido a mal-entendidos, distrações ou travessuras. Ele também vive com seus amigos Quico e Chiquinha, que são da mesma idade. A parcela, praticamente, se desdobra nesta aldeia, sendo Seu Barriga, dono do mesmo e os moradores Seu Madruga, Dona Neves e Chiquinha, que moram na casa 72, Dona Clotilde, apelidada de Bruxa dos 71 pela sua aparência eo número De sua residência, e na casa 14 vivem Dona Florinda e seu filho Quico, com o professor Girafales como visitante freqüente da aldeia. Casemod Scratch, I ' Vai começar do zero. Será uma nova experiência, pois será o meu primeiro Casemod Scratch montado sem uma estrutura de armário ... A série das (chaves), passa em uma aldeia, o personagem (chaves), usa o barril como sua morada, e sempre a referência do personagem, é ele está dentro do barril com a parte do corpo fora o mesmo na foto abaixo. Ele tem o episódio de teclas, que é um serial, e tem o desenho animado. Eu vou me basear na série de desenhos animados. Siga as fotos abaixo o que eu quero fazer.
  6. This shall be the worklog for my ITX HTPC project "Master Theater" whose star is the Cooler Master Masterliquid Maker 92. My plan is to create a full-scratch Pc with the space of 28 x 28 cm used, to display a classich Movie Theater entry moment, next to the Maker 92, scale- wrapped into a skyscraper building- site, scale 1 :87. I plan to usee two HDD of 1 TB, a blu-ray drive, 16 gb of ddr3 Ram, all based on a AMD A10 7870K APU on an ITX Wifi board. I am happy, to mention, that this was confirmed as entry to the Scratch Build category of Cooler Masters Case Mod World Series 2017. Ram and HDD will be independently watercooled by a DC-LT pump-based 13/10mm hardtube loop The pictures show the first modded details- the Maker 92 re-tubed, and highlighted with Leaf Silver. Also the general material, to be used, is shown.
  7. Hi everyone! I was lucky to get a few drawings and ancient artifacts. Here are some photos. Gonna try to restore this mechanism. So let's start and good luck to all in this competition.
  8. Hi all ! The construction of the well-known machine, the "Power Loader", seen in the second Aliens movie what Inspired me a lot. As you see in the pictures below. The hardwares will be partly araund the abdomen and chest, while other parts of the PC will be located inside. This mod and a lot parts are still "under construction" and the missing Hardwares are under procurement. The plan is that there is only one person in it at the end of the machine. Inside: CPU: Intel Motherboard: MSI Z87 - XPOWER Video Card: Gigabyte ATI Radeon R9 290 4GB Memory: 16GB Kingston HyperX Beast Kit CPU Cooler? PSU? Sys Coolers Cooler Master -120 white SSD: 240GB Kingston Continued long will be
  9. The task: Build an gaming set up for my wife and I to fit in my new apartment. This was to be my first scratch / custom build, I call it the DWR. 1. Space is at a premium, and the desk must accommodate to PCs and two people at the same time. This can only be in one location in our apartment, the maximum size for this build 2.5m x 1m 2. The desk must look appealing to gamers and non-gamers a like. 3. This will not only be a command centre for gaming, but also will need to function as a work space for study. 4. I want a minimalist design with effective cable management for all of my peripherals. I bring you DWR [Desk Master]. Huge thanks to Cooler Master for providing me with a Nepton 120XL all in one CPU cooler!
  10. Project Fraxinus -inspired from the anime Date A Live, The Airship Fraxinus -The Mission The concept of this RIG is to Build/Mod PC Cases without spending too much on parts. The name “Fraxinus†came from the anime Date A Live, the Airship Fraxinus With parts available at my home, i aim to build a Compact and a Quality PC Case without spending too much on the parts. Aside from building a Compact and a Quality PC Case, i aim to promote PC Case Modding and share the passion of Case modding Here on General Santos City as most of the people here who owns a computer does not know what can they do with their cases, And whenever there is an RIG Events here, the participants are mostly from other Cities with their custom cases. And most people say that Case modding cost much, yes it does, but let's think out of the box here, aside from buying premium things (cases, pipes and stuff) why don't we try using things from our garage? Or even things in the junkshop? The Goal is to Build A Compact And A Quality case without spending too much with that in mind, the water cooling parts that i'll use on my project might surprise you. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- To Expect at the end of the project Watercooling with things from garage Frankenstein PC Poor Man's Rig Custom Water Reservoir Custom Waterblock (TBC) A/C Condenser as the Water Radiator Video Worklog maybe? Hardware Specs Processor: TBA Motherboard : TBA RAM:TBA PSU: TBA Casing : Generic Casing (got a backup casing just in case) Water Pump : Fuel Pump from Mitsubishi Pajero The Plan Drill Hole for a Power Switch (RS Part number 436-913) Custom Back I/O Custom Cut Case For an A/C Condenser ( Yes A/C condenser as a radiator!) Custom Cut Fan Grills Custom Case Feets Custom Front Panel And Cutting for Front Fan Grills Repaint Whole Case Probably Plasti-Dip Motherboard Repaint the whole Case TBA
  11. Hi All crazy and pro modders, I would like to show my first project to everyone, I have seen many awesome DeskMod builds on the internet and forums, However I wanted to build something very special for my office. I want people to be able to see it from all sides. Also, wanted proper cable management done specially at the back side of the table as that's what people see when the enter my work-space. Specification: CPU: AMD FX-8350 CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series™ H60 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler CPU Cooler FAN: CoolerMaster XtraFlo 120 Red LED Motherboard: Asus M5A99FX PRO R2.0 GPU: SAPPHIRE HD 7950 3GB GDDR5 RAM: G.SKILL Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 SSD: Intel® SSD 330 Series (60GB, SATA 6Gb/s) HDD: WD Green 1TB Optical Drive: LG 24x DVD RW± PSU: Corsair VS650W Keyboard: Logitech Internet Pro Y-SZ4 Mouse: Razer DeathAdder Black MousePad: Razer Goliathus Small Control Monitor: Benq 24 inch Full HD Monitor G2412HD and SONY 32 inch Full HD BRAVIA NX520 LCD TV Modding: Deepcool Rockmaster 3.0 Fan Controller Modding: NZXT HUE RGB LED Controller Modding: Deepcool XFan Red LED 120mm Sponsors: GPU: Nvidia GTX 980 Strix Mobo: SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0 - ASUS Mouse: Kone Pure Mouse Pad: Taito 3mm Mini RAM: G.SKILL Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 SSD: G.SKILL Phoenix Pro Series 120GB PSU: DQ750 Quanta Modding: Deepcool Rockmaster 3.0 Fan Controller Modding: Deepcool XFan Red LED 120mm [Converted to Green] It's time for some photos! I regret for the low quality phone photo’s.. they were taken for build log inside my house. Please check my build and let me know your thoughts on the same. Looking forward for feedback and suggestions. · We started with basic sketch on white paper to finalized dimension of Desk. · After finalizing dimension on the paper, we started work on ply. · Base mount for Motherboard, PSU and HDD · 120mm FAN size cutting to ply for best cooling · Testing cutting ply for fitting with old CPU components · Painting job · Final fitting initiated · Final component fitting · Top and Front surface fitting · L/R Side and back side grill and painting · Top, Front, drawer flap, Side and Back grill fitting · Top base of desk like car bonnet · Red Acrylic cutting for front switch and inside