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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. Hi guys. We are KM STUDIO from Taiwan. First time to participate in the Coolermaster World Series The METAL EVO, modified based on Coolermaster Cosmos C700M. The idea of modification is to bring a sense of technology with a mirrored stainless steel plate. And by rebuild the back cover, the armor on the back of the motherboard is completely presented. In terms of heat dissipation, in order to ensure the heat dissipation capability, through the adjustment of the position of the motherboard, a 360mm radiator is placed at the rear. And three 140mm fan are used for air intake on the top. use two sets of 360mm radiators are exhausted and cooled. Self-design water tank combined with DDC motor to ensure sufficient flow rate and water supply. I want to thank my sponsors for this project AMD AORUS AOC Coolermaster TeamGroup KM STUDIO Hardware AMD R5 3600 GIGABYTE X570 AORUS XTREME GIGATYTE AMD RADEON VII T-FROCE DELTA MAX T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB Coolermaster Cosmos C700M Coolermaster V850 Coolermaster Masterfan SF120M
  3. 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.
  4. This is my second build, I chose the Coolermaster H500P white mesh for the build. The color is golden white oak wood and desert rose gold, with my first attempt at a custom water loop.
  5. The backplate on the Cooler Master Hyper 212 black edition does NOT fit and CANNOT be installed flush on the Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 7 Wifi motherboard as it conflicts with an existing metal shroud on one edge (with one tab potentially pressing on motherboard solder joints)... SEE ATTACHED IMAGE. The only apparent way to correct this is to cut down two of four tabs that protrude on the backplate, something completely unacceptable in my mind for a new PC build worth thousands of dollars. Any suggestions or workarounds for a more aesthetically appealing solution? Thanks.
  6. I have the masterfan pro 120 kit with four rgb fans and a controller. The fans work fine when running with the power cables connected to mobo pins only....but when i attempt to connect the rgb cables to the controller, connect it to usb header, and connect it to a SATA power strip, the system shuts down immediately after bootup. Any suggestions? I'm using GA Z270X Gaming 7 MOBO.
  7. Hello dear friends. We are very glad to join CM2017. We will working on CoolerMaster Master Case 5, special thanks to CoolerMaster Iran, who gave us that amazing case! We've named this case modding CITADEL, as a symbol of armored and strong structures. wish we luck!