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  1. My Name is Rahat, and I am from Bangladesh....It's the 1st scratch build which I ever wanted to make. though it was remained unfinished for sometimes when I saw the CM2019 is On...then I give it a thought to finish my dream scratch build the let's see if it's worth the wait or not... The Hardware I will be using in this Builds are given below: Case: there will be no part of case used in this build as it's a SCRATCH BUILD Motherboard: MSI or Gigabyte AM3+ Motherboard (whichever suits the build more) CPU: AMD Phenom 2 X6 1090t PSU: Corsair RM 1000 GPU: Sapphire R9 290x reference edition Ram: 2x 8GB Corsair Dominator GT Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212x Fans: Corsair 120mm (RGB), Aerocool 120mm white LED SSD: Samsung 860 evo or corsair neutron GTX or both Optical drive: Asus DVDRW LED Controller: NZXT HUE Fan Controller: Lamptron FC5 6 Channel 30W LED Fan Controller V3 ONE OF MY MAIN INTENTION ABOUT THIS MOD WAS TO USE MOSTLY SCRAP ELEMENTS TO MAKE THE SCRATCH-BUILD So I started to think about a build which will not require any parts from an existing case...which will be completely made outside the traditional pc case layout. and it struck my mind after I saw inwin's one piece metal sheet bending case...The S frame...then I thought NO I will not do it exactly like them...got to give it a unique touch of my own....then I started to work with bending a huge Acrylic sheet to give it a desired form to accumulate my pc components in it...and here started my SCRATCH CURVZ build... I have 1st started with a 5mm acrylic sheet then I started to bend it in the desired place where I want to accumulate the pc hardware such as motherboard, Psu and other things.... the bend was the hardest part to do in this mod as I didn't have any professional tool to bend the acrylic This Build was started almost a year ago but due to a great leg injury I couldn't finish it at all....and HOPING TO FINISH IT IN THIS CMWS 2019...
  2. Project Maple was designed to be the most Canadian thing imaginable; With its proud Red and white, assortment of maple leafs, and even golden maple syrup pumping thru its waterways. Its an honor to be entering into the 10th Anniversary, and I hope you enjoy Project Maple. Build List: Hardware: Mobo - Asus Maximus X Code - Painted CPU - i5 9600k @ 4.8ghz GPU - MSI 1080ti Aero OC Ram - TeamGroup T-Force Nighthawk 4x8gb 3200mhz SSD - TeamGroup T-Force 240gb PSU - Seasonic focus+ Gold 850w Case - Cooler Master MB530p with plenty of cosmetic mods. Watercooling: CPU - Swiftech Apogee SKF Prestige w/Iris ARGB GPU - Swiftech Komodo 1080ti w/CMWS19 painted backplate. Pump/Res - (Cut down to 170mm) Swiftech Maelstrom 200mm(170mm) d5 w/Iris ARGB Radiators - 3x Swiftech Hydrae GT(120/240/360) Painted Tornado red Compression Fittings - Nanoxia CF 16mm hardline painted Angled and extension Fittings - Swiftech Dual 45 rotary &15mm Drain - Dazmode Darkside Pushvalve Fluid - SwifTech "Mayhem" Dyes in distilled, and 1 drop of Dead Water Misc: Fans - Swiftech Helix 120mm w/Iris ARGB Controllers - Swiftech Iris ARGB Eco Controllers Cables - Tpbmods created, using Telios Sleeving from Mainframe Customs Cable Combs - Nanoxia CF with splatter paint job Paint - BombingScience.Com Ironlak/Moltow/FlameBlue MB530p Shroud rework - 10hrs Basic shrouds just dont cut it for me, So I set out to make something Ive never seen done before. The 3D logo "Flag" came to me after a first attempt at simply painting on the logo, and it was just bland. Flannel top was always something I wanted to incorporate. MB530p glass replacement - 7hrs I wanted to keep the case as cosmetically stock as possible on the exterior, with the full focus on the internals. Originally I had planned to do the entire front, but 4 hours in, my back was in such agony from being hunched over the saw, I cut a leaf in the bottom right and cleaned it up. Off to paint. The chop chop bits - 6hrs Chop it up, make it fit. Chop it more, paint it! Fitment was one thing I didnt take into consideration with the MB530P. I wanted perfomance, not just appearance! A day of Color - 12hrs So many parts to paint, such un-opportune times to paint. Anyone whos ever tried to paint when its 35c+ out will know, its brutal Your paint will dry before it has a chance to hit the mating surface, and too close will cause big time runs. Painting had to be done first thing in the morning while it was a cool 20c and left to bake outside all day long. And at last, the final stages. - 20hrs After taking a break for LTX19, I came back to work on making my cables, start on some tubes that I had to make while the case was still apart, get to riveting the case all back together, and assembly. I spent the better part of every free moment I had trying to get this looking good. I am not the best at bending tubes freehand(only an insert) But I think it worked out well
  3. HelloMy name is Douglas Alves. I'm from Brazil.I've come to share, plus 1 Casemod project I'll be building.World Cooler Master Case Mod World Series 2019 (CMWS19)Project CaseMod Ayrton Senna Ayrton Senna da SilvaAyrton Senna da SilvaAyrton Senna da Silva, or simply Senna, was one of the best Formula One rider of the 80 and 90 decades, and the largest Brazilian racing idol. He was born in São Paulo Brazil on March 21, 1960, and died tragically on May 1, 1994, after colliding with a protective murette at the San Marino Grand Prix in Ímola. His wake was one of the most striking in the history of Brazil, lasted about 22 hours and was accompanied by approximately 240,000 people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9Sw-5xQcfo I want to thank the sponsors. Coolermaster Brazil. Team Group Brasil. Asrock Brasil. Sinteglas fr. Seagate BR Algumas coisas que eu comprei na internet, para usar no projeto
  4. Hello everyone and welcome on the worklog for my main entry for this year's Case Mod World Series, Realgar Project, based on a Cooler Master SL600M with a mineral stone as theme, the Realgar. Special thanks go to MSI, Cooler Master, Adata XPG, Alphacool and Resin Pro, for providing materials and hardware for the project! So let's take a look at the case while I take it apart to start modding First thing to do: find a more optimal placement for the PSU, which will be more far into the front, with this custom brackets (after having done the necessary cuts on the case panel) Back panel is swapped with a 10mm acrylic panel which will house the 360 radiator. This aluminum profile on the sides will help squaring out the internals and will serve as covers and structure elements for the center panel Let's leave it at this huge acrylic panel, about to be sectioned
  5. 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!
  6. - I’m Nick with Termuda-Square-Tech and this is my first modding competition and actually my very first ever mod and would love to take my passion for pc’s a step further. I’m very detail oriented and am used to building custom cars, so for this build I wanted every millimeter and every aspect of this build to be modded and serve a purpose but yet something that could be seen as a practical system. My personal rule is, If it doesn’t look good from a inch away I will remake it until it does. - This build interior is based off a military type clean cut feel “stealth” so to call it. A reversal of contrast ! Bright on the outside ,dark on the inside. Pc Spec’s - Coolermaster Mastercase 5 - Coolermaster GPU support bracket - Coolermaster Accessory(top radiator bracket & cover) -Coolermaster vertical GPU mount - Asus z97 sabertooth mark 1/usb3 - 16gb Evga Memory - Intel i7 4790k - Evga RTX 2060 XC Ultra - Barrow RTX 2070 Waterblock - 6 x InWin crown 140mm fan’s - InWin commander III 800watt Desert Fox PSU - EKWB 420mm SE radiator - EKWB 280mm SE radiator - EKWB D5 PWM pump - Gscustomz cable extensions - 2 x Samsung Evo 860 ssd 500GB in Raid - Barrow Reservoir - Barrow pump top - Barrow pump shroud - XSPC 14mm petg - 12 x XSPC 14mm fittings - 2 x Barrow bulkhead fittings - 4 x Barrow 90 degree fittings - Extra sleeving & heat shrink from Gscustomz - Thermaltake Drain fitting (only reason for mix matching components and fittings- there wasn’t much available in matte black) - EKWB Supremacy Evo CPU waterblock - XSPC White fluid - Mayhems non stain yellow dye
  7. Welcome, I plan to improve the cooling abilities of my Cosmos 1000 while keeping unchanged its visual appearance. For its 12th year, I want something big ! This will be a first, I have never changed anything inside, not even installed a custom WC loop, so this project is a real challenge for me. SETUP MB : Asus Rampage V Edition 10 CPU : Intel Core i7-6850K GPU : MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11G RAM : Corsair Dominator 128 GB DDR4 3200 MHz CL16 Storage : HDD Seagate Barracuda 2 TB (x2) SSD Samsung 850 Pro 512 MB (Sata) SSD Samsung 960 Pro 2TB (Nvme) PSU : Enermax MaxTytan 1250W 80Plus Titanium Case : Cooler Master Cosmos 1000 COOLING Current cooling Noctua NH-D15s 2 x Noctua NF-A14 2 x Noctua NF-S12A Future cooling EWKB custom loop : EK-FB ASUS R5-E10 Monoblock RGB EK-FC1080 GTX Ti TF6 EK-CoolStream CE 420 EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM EK-CryoFuel Clear EK-M.2 NVMe Heatsink Noctua NF-A14, NF-S12A and NF-A14 Chromax Black Alphacool Eisschicht thermal pad 14W / mK Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut thermal paste 12,5W / mK Thermaltake Pacific TF1 Temperature and Flow Indicator LIGHTING Alphacool Aurora RGBW Controller 2 x Alphacool Aurora Flexlumière 60 cm RGBW 2 x Alphacool Aurora Flexlumière 30 cm RGBW 4-Way Splitter Cable for RGBW led strip MATERIAL 3 Side panels Cosmos Pure (black) in aluminum 2 Full front panels mesh for MasterBox 5 2 Cooling brackets 420 mm for Cosmos C700P 1 Cooling brackets 280 mm for Mastercase Series TOOLS Dremel Thermaltake bending kit Heat gun Drill Metal saw Glove, mask and protective glasses Motip paint spray Spray gun for painting with 4 flat jet nozzles AIRFLOW ANALYSIS By default, the Cosmos 1000 is equipped with four fans, a single one bringing fresh air (bottom) and three extracting hot air (two on the top and one on back). The idea is to mount a custom WC loop as well as keeping an afficient airflow in the case. To this goal, we will install on front 3 fans (140 mm) to extract the fresh air and on top a radiator equipped with 3 fans (140 mm) to evacuate hot air. On rear, we will keep the existing fan (120 mm). These fans will be filtered by a mesh panel. A power supply cover will be built with a side panel. It will isolate the power supply from the rest and will receive the storage units (SSD / HDD) on top. The fresh air coming from the front will flow towards the back of the case like a tunnel. The pump will be mounted either on the back panel. Two storage units will be positioned vertically on the back and on the front. MANAGEMENT CABLE The openings 1 and 2 are separed by side panel mechanism (draw in black) which prevents the passage of cable. This problem will be solved by additional openings (draw in yellow) Part 3 will be removed and replaced by a new panel supporting storage units. PANEL CLEANING We start by cleaning the side panels. We remove the frame maintained by 18 screws and the sound-absorbing foam. The double-sided adhesive sticks so well that I took 2 days to make 3 panels. Acetone is a fantastic product for cleaning ! Now the 3 panels are ready for cutting. DISASSEMBLY After some measure, I disassembled the case. Front door Top and front panel Control panel Wrists and Feet Bottom filter Side frames Drawers hard drives CUTTING THE CASE The hard drive cage and the 5.25-inch bay are removed without weakening the structure. The back, the top and the front panel was cut out, as well as the openings for the passage of the power cables too. Some drilling was done. There is a lot of space now, nice ! RADIATOR INSTALLATION I installed at the top a 420 mm radiator. I lowered the radiator by 25 mm in order not to exceed the available area of the original plastic top panel. As the radiator is a 420 mm one, I had to completely rethink the layout of the front buttons (e.g. power, reset and USB ports). CUTTING PLASTIC FRAME Cutting of the plastic frame is mandatory to fix the new top cover. The side frame is painted with a matte white color. Before painting the frames, I removed the seal around the frame. CUTTING MESH FILTER I removed the perforated metal grid that was fixed to the plastic frame and cut out the frame to put the mesh filter and bracket. CUTTING THE PANEL CONTROL Originally, there were 4 USB 2.0 ports and other outputs that I did not use. I modified the control panel to integrate 2 USB 3.0 ports. The Power and Reset button will be moved forward or replaced by an Alphacool Powerbutton. BUILDING TOP COVER To make the top cover, I used my first previously cleaned panel. Comparison with the old top cover. The top cover once installed with control panel modified. The top cover is painted with a black matt color. BUILDING THE PSU COVER To make the top cover, I used my second previously cleaned panel. Small adjustment. The psu cover is painted in white matt color. BUILDING THE PUMP & STORAGE BRACKET To make the pump / reservoir bracket and storage one, I used my third previously cleaned panel. Depending on the capacity of the hard drives, the mounting holes have not the same layout, hence the 6 holes per disc. The pump / reservoir and storage bracket will be attached to the case. Wrong calculation for storage bracket, start again ! The bracket is painted in matt white color. I bought an anti-vibration HDD mounting kit and a rubber pad for pump bracket to reduce vibration. The rubber pad is installed at the bottom of the pump / reservoir bracket. MANUFACTURING OF NEW ELEMENTS PSU cover Top cover Pump / reservoir bracket Storage bracket Small brackets to install the radiator and the front fans. TEST ASSEMBLY Without painting and definitive fixations, I tested just the assembly to verify that everything was fitting perfectly. UNNECESSARY ELEMENTS Beautiful sound-absorbing foam - sadly not used. Obsolete USB 2.0 port and other inputs / outputs from another era - as well as the associated cables. PAINTING WORKSHOP The front fan mount (top) has been painted in 2 colors. The front in matt black and the inside in matt white to built an harmony of colors. All the holes and sharp edges were sanded with sandpaper for an flawless result. I have put neodymium magnets on the front fan mount to be able to remove it when cleaning The other bracket was fixed at the bottom. Another bracket for the radiator was fixed to the back. Finally, I used 7 spay bombs : 2 Primers, 3 Matt White, and 2 Matt black. I still have 2 spray bombs glossy black. It is emptying at a speed these little bombs ! PAINTING WRISTS & FEET The wrists and feet are painted in matt white color. PAINTING THE DOOR The door is painted in matt white color. PAINTING SIDE PANELS The side panels are painted in matt black color. ASSEMBLY MONOBLOCK CPU & FULL COVER GPU Motherboard without heat sink Heat sink and rgb part Motherboard with monoblock CPU Graphic card Without heat sink Thermal grease Thermal pad Fittings Alphacool Eiszapfen Pressure Valve. I bought a power adapter for Temperature and Flow Indicator to facilitate cable management. I will use a 3M Velcro to fix the SSD. CUSTOM LOOP SCHEMA PHOTO FINISH
  8. Hi, this is my first mods. Minimalistic mods inspired by classic japanese interior design, no PC parts were harmed during the process Component selection (for now) - Intel i7 8700 - Asus Z370-F Strix - Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB (2x8GB) 3200 mhz - Nvidia RTX 2060 FE - Samsung Evo 860 250GB + Adata SX8200 Pro 512GB - Cooler Master NR600 ODD version - Cooler Master ML240R cooler - Cooler Master MF120R fans x3 - Noctua NF-F12 PWM fans x3 - Cooler Master V650 PSU - Cooler Master white-black cable sleeve kit Final submission photo
  9. 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. :)
  10. Ever since the first Cosmos I have had a dream to own that case. When the C700P was released I knew I HAD to own it and mod it. Making it extra special for me to enter the CMWS19, both on the 10th anniversary, but also with this amazing tower. The idea of the mod is to pay tribute to the case. Modding it, but still leave as untouched as possible. I also want to expose 100% of the case. To do that I will spend as much time on the backside as the frontside. To crown that idea, I got a 2nd window to ensure the backside is Unhidden It will be a custom water cooling hard tube setup with dual loops. I also plan to 3D print parts I want to thank my sponsors for this project Coolermaster Sweden / Nordics Alphacool And with continuous support of: add:north - Swedish Filament Ryobi
  11. Hello guys, this is my first time joining the CMWS and hopefully my entry will have a chance to compete on the other contestants. The concept is from the Dark Knight Rises and the mod will be mainly focused in modding the Storm Trooper Case.
  12. Morphosis Banner_4 by greensabbath911, on Flickr My entry for the Cooler Master World Series 2019 Contest is ‘Morphosis’. Morphosis is inspired by the organic architecture of Zaha Hadid Architects, specifically the Performing Arts Center in Abu Dhabi, as well as the Tree House by Modus Studio. These designs each beautifully translate nature’s organic forms into sculptural architectural works of art with their exceedingly strong design language. Using the sleek SL600M case, my goal is to turn it into a similarly sculptural case by creating custom-machined aluminum panels, carved feet, acrylic machining, and wood work, along with a handful of other tricks along the way. The design process of this case began with a rough sketch, shown below, and knowing that I wanted to incorporate the original curves and angles of the SL600M case to create a truly unique design. The goal was then to create a case showcasing the organic design details as well as the highlighting the mechanical nature of the case. . Zaha Hadid Performing Arts Center Modus Studio Evans Tree House Parts List: Case: Cooler Master SL600M Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Elite Wifi x570 Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 2700x Graphics Card: MSI Radeon RX 5700 XT Storage: Samsung 500GB 970 EVO NVMe M.2 Internal SSD Memory: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB DDR4 3200 Power Supply: Seasonic Focus Plus SSR-850FX Cooling: Case Fans: Cooler Master MF200R RGB x2, Cooler Master SF360R ARGB CPU Waterblock: Bitspower Summit EF Nickel GPU Waterblock: EK-Vector Radeon RX 5700 +XT RGB Pump/Reservior: Alphacool Eisbecher DDC 250mm Radiator: Hardware Labs Black Ice Nemisis GTS360 Fittings: Barrow
  13. Hello together, I'll start my worklog with a short introduction: My "Good & Evil" project is about 2 PC's integrated into one desk which I've builded from scratch. It features some extras like a liftable section for the screens, two 64x256 Matrix LED-displays, an integrated stream deck, one 7" touchscreen for monitoring system specs and some custom balancers made out of sparkling water columns. For completing the environment I've added a 3D-hologram projector and some Nanoleaf-lighting which is synchronizing with the PC. Also I've integrated a soundbar and a subwoofer into the desk for having a fitting audio-system in place. The project is housing two PCs: One AMD Ryzen R7 2700x with 16GB RAM and a Vega64 Graphics Card and one Intel i7-8700k with 32GB RAM and a GeForce RTX 2080 card. So finding a fiiting name for the project was easy. I've decided to name it "Good & Evil" in cause of those ongoing "fanboy-wars" all over the web between Intel and AMD fans. As a logo for the project I've decided to use an ambigram in red & blue which is showing the project name. The ambigram can be turned around by 180 degrees so that every project viewer can "choose" his side. I've planned and visualized my project using SketchUp and Blender. Took me around 250 hours and several fresh starts till I was satisfied with a design fullfilling my needs. I've started planning my project in the early month of 2018 and started the build in the mid of august 2018. My project was supported and sponsored by: Cooler Master Germany (Keyboard, Mouse, Fans, Power Supplies) MSI Germany (Mainboards and Graphic Cards) Alphacool Germany (complete cooling equipment) XPG international (RAM and SSDs) Flatlift Germany (TV Lifts) So a big shoutout for the fantastic support !!! Regarding the color of my desk I've finally decided to choose a dark red as black and white were a bit to common. As main-materials I've choosen to work with MDF-plates and tinted glass.
  14. Finally managed to open my worklog for CMWS 2019. Will be using SL600M this round. Hoping to finish it on time. Wish me luck guys!!
  15. Introduction Hello everyone, this is my first time participating in an international modding competition. As an amateur modder,am from Indonesia,I will participate in the league master, I will bring a theme that is unique to my country like a carvings, Gunungan (matters related to wayang, Batik and its kind in the Cooler Master K500 case. Even this event is a place for me to hone my modding skills, especially in international classes. I hope this is a good step for me in the world of modding, especially the international class. Thank you very much to Cooler Master. Part 1. Ryzen 5 1600 2. Asrock X370 Taichi 3. DDR4 RAM 4. PSU CM MASTERWATT 550 5. ASUS RX 480 DUAL 6. WD M.2 SSD 7. MASTERLIQUID ML120L RGB 8. MASTERFAN PRO 140 9. COOLER MASTER EXTENSION CABLE 10. CASE CM K500 11.Cooler Master VGA Riser
  16. Combining my favorite movie from the 90's with my favorite hobby. I hope for this project to be a testament to the 90s ninja turtles that I grew up with. Thanks for following along!
  17. 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.
  18. Part1--Let me to change the color of Mod!
  19. This is my worklog for this years Coolermaster World Series - Master League - Scratch Build the idea was to mostly print parts to merge them together to a case. i had various ideas, but my wife chose this one as it fits the contest for sure. the actual speccs: AsRock Fatal1ty B450 Gaming-ITX/ac AMD Ryzen 5 2600 4x be quiet! Pure Wings 2 80mm be quiet! SFX-L Power 600W 2x Coolermaster ATX 24 Pin 90° Adapter Coolermaster MASTERAIR MA610P SSD / RAM / GPU not decided/sponsored yet I want to thank AsRock, be quiet! and of course Coolermaster for helping me bringing this project to life. the concept i made in SketchUp:
  20. Hello everyone and welcome to one of my entries for this year's Case Mod World Series! Project Sky Three is a mod that brings the concept of "stacking" to a new level: three cases, Q300P in particular, are modified to be unified into a single case, that's very tall and can house insane amount of cooling for its footprint. It's specifically themed after the Sky Tree, a beautiful tower in Tokyo. First of all, let's take a look at the three cases out of the box. Now, after having torn apart the cases to leave the frame alone, I started taking measurements for the L profile that will fix the cases together. I actually tried three different layout for the L profiles, the first was my original idea and it included four profiles on all angles, but it was way to squared and weird looking So I moved on to an alternate layout, two profiles connecting first and second case, and two connecting second and third. It looked even weirder to me, and probably not sturdy enough The third attempt was the successful, I really like this layout and will stick with this For the feet, I bought some furniture handles and adapted them As you saw, two angles will feature tubes between the cases, to allow a perfect alignment and stability. Two secure them, I use two little wooden bars for each tube, attached to the cases. This way, before I mount the case, I simply slide the tube in place and let it do the job After having the cases fixed, I started putting threaded rivets on the sides of the cases, which will secure panels with fans and some cool lighting pieces I salvaged from the front section of the Q300P's.
  21. Beargguy P (Pretty) The concept of this build is based on Gundam's Beargguy lineup,specifically the "Beargguy Pretty" and this will be my scratch build project for Master League category.
  22. 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!
  23. Hello everyone ! I’m BG from Taiwan. This is my first modding competition and my honor to sharing with you guys. I’m still a student and just finished my military service last month so not really have time to prepare. Modding is my interest and I’m studying for a long time and getting better. What I’m showing this time is using girls favorite color Pink with White to build it, I named it future girl,girls favorite color with technology. Still learning hope you guys like it and more chances show you in future,thanks! Specification of equipment: CPU:Intel®Pentium®GoldG5400MB MB:MSI MPG Z390 GAMING PRO碳 RAM:TEAMGROUP T-Force DELTA RGB DDR4 3200 8G * 4 SSD:TEAMGROUP T-Force DELTA RGB 240G * 2(5V) GPU:MSI RTX 2060 GAMING Z 6G PSU:Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750W CASE : Cooler Master STRYKER SE Water Cooling:Thermaltake Pacific CL360 MAX D5 Module line:Bitfenix Alchemy2.0 ▲PSU:Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750W CASE : Cooler Master STRYKER SE ▲Thermaltake Pacific CL360 MAX D5 ▲ Bitfenix Alchemy2.0 ▲TEAMGROUP T-Force DELTA RGB DDR4 3200 8G * 4 TEAMGROUP T-Force DELTA RGB 240G * 2(5V)
  24. 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.