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  1. THE IRON MAIDEN, based upon a Coolermaster Cosmos C700M and CM PSU Hi guys. yes its time I get some material up now too. I was so busy with the Gamescom and co. Anway, I have renamed my Inquisition mod to THE IRON MAIDEN. because then I can scathe the history books for elements I can integrate instead of just concentrating on the Spanish inquisition. OF course its got nothing to do with the band named IRON MAIDEN, its more the history of what was used and when and who when we think of that very dark age torture device. But of course It has to be art, so it will all be made by hand. No shortcuts into 3d printing, lasercuts or cnc etc.. Some of the pics are from the first batch when it was still called the Inquisition mod and here are some new ones too Firstly, the Cosmos isnt heavy enough or big enough, so lets take care of that :-)
  2. 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:
  3. Inony

    Leviathan

    Hello everyone, this is my first work in this contest. I'm from Thailand. For this job, I will mainly use 3d printing. It's the only thing I have at home. That made me use my free time to work all the time. Inspiration It happened when I played a futuristic game in 3000 A.D., a world in which AI developed itself to its peak. They have their own ideas.Until can convert the biomass into energy. Therefore do not have to rely on humans anymore. They evolve themselves to survive.The wicked world has been destroyed until the end. And humans are no longer the culmination of the food chain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Zpe3P1sAxs
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. This is tribute to legendary golf gti mk1. Is a 1/2 scale front end of the car only. Full aluminum 1.5mm body, control panel is 3d printed, etc...
  7. Showcase intro : Hi, this is my first build. I'm going to mod a Cooler Master Cosmos 2 on the theme ROG : Republic Of Gamer but not in red who is the usual color. So this is a little case for a big mod... More seriously i will use RGB, custom loop and homemade parts for the loop. The project : For this project i want to watercooled as many parts as possible with a dual loop. The colors pattern is Green & White for the case and RGB for the lightings. Build list : The Hardware : CM : Asus ROG RAMPAGE V + OC Panel CPU : Intel Core i7 5820k GPU : Kfa2 980 ti HOF RAM : 8 x 8 GO DDR4 Patriot Viper Steel 4133 Mhz C18 PSU : Corsair AX1500i SSD 1 : Asus ROG RAIDR PCIexpress 240 Go SSD 2 : M.2 PNY CS2030 480 Go HDD : 3 x Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 To The loop : Water block CPU : Bykski CPU-XPR-A-V3 Water block RAM : 2 x Bykski Bykski B-RAM-X Water block GPU : Bykski N-GY98TIHOF-X Waterblock Southbridge & Mosfets : EK waterblock with homemade top Radiators 480mm : Hardware Labs Black Ice SR2 480 MP Radiators 360mm : Bykski B-RD360-TK 38 mm Radiators 120mm : Bykski B-RD120-TK 38 mm Temp meter : AquaComputer Flow meter : AquaComputer Highflow Bay : AquaComputer aquaero 6 XT Pump : 2 x Laing D5 Reservoirs : 1 x 250mm & 2 x Bitspower Water Tank Z 150 Fans : 9 x Corsair HD120 RGB + Commander Pro + RGB LED Lightning PRO The all in a Cooler Master Cosmos II case !
  8. " DESERT RAT " This is the first time I am seriously participating in an international competition. Have also participated in competitions in several forums, but not done as seriously as this CMWS. The theme I use in the "Desert Rat" case is "Military Scifi". but you are free to translate it according to your own perspective. In each work that I make, I try a lot of ideas, and try to use many kinds of materials. For some circumstances, I am very interested in using acrylic or PVC sheet material in making PC modifications. One of my characteristics in PC modification is to manipulate 2D material into a 3D shape. Maybe there are still many shortcomings and require a lot of effort and criticism to improve my work. But it's ok, I accept it gracefully. Behind all this, I want to motivate many talented PC modders in my country. because, "There is never a competency that is not tested in a competition". Thank you in advance to many who have helped me in many ways. Thank you to CoolerMaster for giving me the opportunity in this prestigious competition Take the theme of the human struggle against heat in the desert. just as a PC fights heat from itself. The CoolerMaster product that I use: 1. MasterBox Lite 3.1 | MCW-L3B3-KANN-01 2. Tempered Glass for MasterBox Lite 3.1 | MCA-B300C-TGSP00-LGT 3. MasterFan MF120R ARGB | R4-120R-20PC-R1 x2 4. MasterLiquid ML120R ARGB | MLX-D12M-A20PC-R1 5. V650 | RS650-AFBAG1-EU 6. ARGB Splitter Cable | MFX-AWHN-3NNN1-R1 The hardware that I use in this project are: > MSI A320 PRO2-M2 > AMD Athlon 200GE > Transcend 4gb DDR4 > Samsung 256gb V-NAND NVME SSD > MSI GTX 1050 gaming X 2GB MasterBox Lite 3.1 | MCW-L3B3-KANN-01 Begin to release accessories on the casing I just took the frame as additional information, I don't use a 3D printer in this project. All the details that I made, using acrylic sheet materials with varying thicknesses, acrylic cylinders, and PETG tubing remaining pieces collect some details and match the size of the initial stages for the next worklog can be seen in the next column
  9. 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
  10. 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. :)
  11. 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.
  12. Do you know Suisho Shizuku-chan? She is CrystalDiskInfo and CrystalDiskMark image character. The MODPC we make from now is PC with the theme of Suisho Shizuku-chan. We have the official support of CrystalDewWorld, which produces Suisho Shizuku-chan.
  13. Good day everyone! I'm Mike Dulay from the Philippines and this is my first time in joining the Cooler Master World Series. The theme of my mod is the Shield skill from the game The Division 2 by Ubisoft. I've always wanted to make a mod based on this game and here is my take on it. The hardware: - Ryzen 7 3700X - MSI MEG x570 ACE - Sapphire 5700 XT Reference - Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 3200mhz - Corsair MP300 M.2 NVMe 120gb - Corsair AX1200i Watts PSU - Cooler Mastercase H500 - Cooler Master Masterliquid Maker 240 - Cooler Master ATX 24 Pin 90 degree Adapter - Cooler Master Masterfan SF120R - Cooler Master Vertical Graphics Card Holder Kit - Bykski GPU water block for reference 5700 XT
  14. 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.
  15. Hello everybody, I will show you my project. It's a tribute to Ferrari and I will use leather to cover it. Specs: Coolermaster Cosmos c700p Asus strix x470 Ram Dragonheart S3+ 4x8 2666 mhz ssd m2 512 gb S3+ Alphacool watercooling
  16. PHASE 1 - PLANNING: So my original idea was to create a LAN case with a built in removable portable 15.6" 4k monitor with a really awesome and expensive paint feature and call the build the "Fractured Cosmos". Due to some unforeseen circumstances I had to cancel the use of the paint and almost pull out the competition completely.Till 2 weeks ago when I was struck with an idea to still do the built in removable 4k monitor but instead to vinyl wrap the aluminium parts, door and internal steel psu cover plates with carbon vinyl wrap, in a chameleon purple colour as a tribute to Cooler Master and the 10yr anniversary of this competition. Here is some pics of the original plan designs I had. DIAGRAMS PLUS ORIGINAL HARDWARE LIST BEFORE MAKING MAJOR DECISION ABOUT PAINT AND TO SIMPLIFY THE RIG TO SAVE ON WEIGHT Original Planning video: PHASE 2: ARMOUR ETCH GLASS DOOR PANEL So I had always originally decided to put vendor logos plus the Cooler Master 10th Anniversary logo on the glass side panel. I firstly got a friend of mine to use their cricut explore to cut out my logos on to vinyl to be transferred onto the glass for the armour etch to do it's thing. This was my first time using Armour Etch, and for the most part I am very happy with the overall result. In all this process took a good 3 hrs, to lay the stencil vinyl and to armour etch all the logos and to clean off. First lot of vinyl stencils layed First batch of logos coated in Armour Etch Second batch of stencils layed Second batch coated in Armour Etch End result, one logo still yet to be done, will be done later. YouTube clip here: This is where things took a turn.....decisions had to be made...hard ones. I wanted to go with custom paint and custom cooling but cost and weight were a deciding factor here. I was lost and defeated and almost had to pull out of the competition, but then an idea struck of using Vinyl Wrap instead of painting and saving on weight by using Cooler Master based AIO as well. With 2 weeks left I ordered my wrap and pulled out all of my Cooler Master parts I had on hand and began strip down of the case and install of hardware with cables to begin cable management and alignments. Given time constraints I wasn't able to continue the episodes following the whole build but did take photos. PHASE 3 STRIP DOWN AND HARDWARE INSTALL + BEGIN CABLE MANAGEMENT (3HRS+) Initial strip down complete, start moving controller and cables around. Switch out non A-RGB fans that came with case. Installed Masterfan MF140R A-RGB x3 in front panel, x1 on rear of case. Installed Masterliquid ML360R RGB Motherboard installed. Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Hero Wi-fi X570 Samsung 250GB 960 EVO NVME AMD RYZEN 7 2700X CPU installed Final parts installed- Cooler Master V1200W PSU, Samsung 500GB 750 EVO SSD, WD 5TB Blue HDD. CPU liquid cooling attached to CPU. PHASE 3: MAKING THE ACRYLIC MONITOR HOLSTER (6HRS+ with failures!) So I had originally intended to cut out all the acrylic by hand as I don't have the power tools needed to tackle such a task. unfortunately I was half way through cutting my first side panel when this happened.... I made the decision to get my acrylic pieces custom cut to size, but a second failure arose with the side pieces being just too shallow to bond to the main panels, so I cut these out by hand with the remainder of the damaged piece I had originally. With the acrylic pieces now correct sizes I began gluing the holster together. Monitor holster finished and wrapped. This hinge idea decided to fail so have attached both hinges to the door and the holster with Permastik double sided tape instead. Phase 4: VINYL WRAPPING AND EDGE CUTTING ALL ALUMINIUM PLATES, DOOR AND CUTTING THE TOP VENT HOLES BY HAND. (9HRS+ with some fails too*) This was one heck of a task, given this was my first time ever using vinyl wrap, let alone something this extensive....and the top vent was by far the longest piece, cutting each hole out by hand was painful but I picked up a decent rhythm towards the end. All in all I am really happy with the wrap I chose, I felt the chameleon purple colour was a real tribute colour to Cooler Master. Here are some pics of the panels the cutting progress of that top vent. *There were some fails during this wrap, I had to wrap the top plate and the door twice, which used more wrap than I had hoped but this was all a learning curve.* Finally completed the top panel after 8hrs... And at the last minute I decided to wrap my Vega 64 so I could mount it on the riser and look the part as well. PHASE 5: PUTTING ALL PANELS BACK INTO PLACE, AFFIX MONITOR HOLSTER, FINAL CABLE MANAGEMENT, FINAL LOGO ETCH. The final phase consisted of placing all the wrapped panels back into place. once this was complete it was time to affix the monitor holster to the back door inside panel and the finishing the cable management with some split tube conduit to keep majority of main cables neat and generally tidying the rest of any visible cables to be neat. Also did the final logo that needed to be etched onto the glass panel. Here are the final pics of the build. Final logo etched into glass door Monitor holster attached to rear door on hinges for easy removal Cable management by using a piece of split conduit. G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB DDR4 Ram installed Final plates mounted and GPU mounted. END RESULT Here is the final video I put together for the final submission. Apologies for shaky video, gimble wasn't being kind during recording. HARDWARE LIST: AMD RYZEN 7 2700X ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR HERO VIII (WI-FI) X570 G.SKILL TRIDENT Z RGB 32GB DDR4 3200 SAMSUNG 250GB 960 EVO NVME SAMSUNG 500GB 750 EVO SSD WD 5TB BLUE HDD SAPPHIRE RADEON VEGA 64 DROP BEAR GAMING GEAR KODIAK 15.6" PORTABLE 4K MONITOR COOLER MASTER PRODUCTS USED: COSMOS C700M MASTERLIQUID ML360R RGB 4x MASTERFAN MF140R A-RGB V1200W PSU TRIDENT 3 TO 1 A-RGB SPLITTER MASTERKEYS LITE L COMBO TOTE BAG OTHER COMPONENTS: ASUS ROG A-RGB LED STRIP 60CM NOCTUA 30CM PWM FAN EXTENSION 600MMx600MM ACRYLIC SHEET ACRYLIC GLUE 2x 1520MMx75CM CHAMELEON PURPLE VINYL WRAP ARMOUR ETCH PERMASTIK DOUBLE SIDED HEAY DUTY TAPE HOBBY KNIFE PLUS EXTRA BLADES 80 GRIT, 120 GRIT SANDPAPER HEAT GUN FILLER APPLICATOR First boot was successful once built, avg temp while idle is between 28 degrees and 30 degrees. under load while gaming it hits no more than 40 degrees, IBT stress test reached a max of 62 degrees on maximum test. even with so many fans the system remains quiet even while under load. Last and final pics....