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  1. The Concept: Addition To The Design: How It Came To be I came up with this idea a while back but didn't know how or when I would implement it. As time passed the idea went into my book along with all my other crazy ideas. After looking at some Be Quiet products on their site I came across the Silent Base 800. The bottom “skids” or feet were perfect! Exactly what I had been looking for. After exploring the idea further and taking some more looks at the Cooler Master MasterCase 5t; I realized it was the perfect candidate. My idea was to make it look like the MasterCase 5t and the Cosmos had a love child and named it, “SyNAPSE.” it couldn't have come together any better. Combining those designs cues with the ones found on the hardware and I have a complete build that is something I would want to own but doesn't exist. It will be an uphill challenge as mounting brackets will have to be custom made and more than likely 3D printed. Less than a week ago I saw the Cosmos 700 prototype and they ventured from the round skids or feet for ones that were more like the ones I will be using. This made the SyNAPSE build even better. Behind SyNAPSE: I've named this build SyNAPSE as it will bridge the gap between organic and mechanical. Sharing a lot of design styling from Gundam and other off shoots. The SyNAPSE case mod will be heavily inspired by Gundam. All of the popular movies and games we see on a daily basis were born from the original, "Mobile Suit Gundam." This dates back to the early 70s and has been a mainstay in Asia ever since. Gundam consists of the futuristic mech robots that have been adapted into a lot of different platforms. It has evolved into an extremely popular line of games, tv shows and movies. I want to go back to the roots of Gundam and adapt it to current day perspectives while focusing on the designs found throughout the hardware being used in the build. The combination will make this build one of the most cohesive builds I've ever done. Every detail from the hardware will be carried over into the rest of the build. CPU: Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700k Motherboard: Aorus Z270X-Gaming 9 GPUs: SLI Aorus GTX 1070 X 2 SLI Bridge: Aorus RGB Memory: HyperX Savage DDR4 16gb Storage: HyperX Predator M.2 - HyperX Savage SSD PSU: Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 11 (1,000 watt) Cables: Modular custom sleeved CableMod cables (red, black & silver) Fans: Be Quiet Silent Wings 3 (high speed) 3 X 120mm Alphacool Watercooling From ModMyMods: CPU Block: Alphacool Eisblock XPX (clear) w/custom red mount kit Pump: Alphacool VP755 v2 Radiator: Alphacool Eisbrecher Pro XT45 360mm Reservoir: Alphacools New Helix 250mm tube reservoir Tubing: Alphacool 13mm Satin Hardtube Coolant: Mayhems Opaque w/custom die Fittings: Alphacool chrome fittings Flow Meter: Eisflugal Acetal flow meter PWM Cables: Alphacool 4pin LEDs: Phoybia white leds Top & Bottom Feet: Be Quiet Silent Base 800 Other Cables: CableMod sleeved PSU cable, ethernet cable, SATA cables and others Thumbscrews: CableMod anodized (red) LED Strips: CableMod RGB/W dual wide angle LEDs that work with Gigabytes RGB Fusion controllers.
  2. I wrote a review for the Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240, you can check it out HERE :)
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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.
  7. 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).
  8. 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!
  9. 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.
  10. Maker EVO Deluxe

    Welcome to my next Project: „Maker EVO Deluxe" After a long time of thinking, I've decided to do a more complex Casemod. Lets see what I'm doing with it. To be called into action is coming the brand new Mastercase Maker 5. Inspired was this Mod from the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. The interior was completely cleaned and covered with pale Leather. For the Cables/PSU Area a Cover was created in the Design of the Case. It should be installed a lavish Watercooling with Brasstubes and Chrome Fittings which should seems like a Header. The AGB will fitted justified in the front of the Case, so that it will be one unit on that case and be used as brake fluid reservoir. At the Case you will find some air scoops, which are normally founded on engine covers or fenders., which will be made from me out of Aluminum Plates. At the Leather I made different punch works. Here and there will be a Wing installed together with Headlights and one DTM Axle Back Exhaust. The Theme is called Sportcar and I will try to make as much Details as possible. A huge thank to all who supported this Project, without your Help the Execution of this Project wouldn't be possible. little preview :rock: Hardware: Case: MasterCase Maker 5 Graphiccards: 2 x Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming Water cooling Mainboard: ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer/3.1 CPU: Intel Core I7 5820K Ram: 8 x 8GB G.SKILL RIPJAWS V DDR4 2666MHz SSD: HyperX 3K Limited Edition White 240Gb Netzteil : Gigabyte XP1200M Watercooling: Pump:Alphacool VPP655 - G1/4 IG inkl. Eisdecke D5 - Plexi V.3 CPU : Alphacool NexXxoS XP³ Light - Brass Black Chrome Ram : Alphacool D-RAM Modul (für Alphacool D-RAM Cooler) -... Alphacool D-RAM Cooler X4 Universal - Acetal Black Nickel GPU : 2 x Gigabyte GeForce® GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming Water cooling AGB : Alphacool Eisbecher 250mm Acetal Ausgleichsbehälter Radiator: Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Full Copper 240mm Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm Radiator Brasstubes : Alphacool HardTube 13/10mm 90° Messing Chrome 10/50cm Hardtubes : Alphacool Eisrohr 13/10mm Plexi (PMMA) HardTube Satin... Alphacool HardTube 13/10mm Plexi (PMMA) Klar 80cm - 4er Set Fittings : Alphacool Eiszapfen 13mm HardTube Anschraubtülle G1/4 für chrome and black Fans: Enermax T.B.Silence 14cm Enermax T.B.Vegas 12cm weiß Accessories: Aluminum Acrylics Wood and MDF white Leather Blank Leather Punch iron Swivel knife Color, Coating Spray Pipe Bender
  11. Hi Mate, This will be my Entry for Cooler Master Case Mod World Series 2017 Tower Mod Category,. i'm using my Cooler Master HAF-915F and will turn into a Battle Tank, Code Name: SAF-915F-FALLEN44,. This Mod is Tribute to Our Fallen44 SAF Soldiers,.
  12. Sinister Rear

    Here is a shot of the Cooler Master logo that I did by hand on the penal. This MasterCase Maker 5 is also the very first one to feature a built in water channel as a rear panel.

    © Sphinx Modding

  13. Support VGA

    Hi I wanted to ask you a few questions I had about a product. The first, about the time it would take sent, I live in Spain and choose free shipping. The second, on the weight they could bear, and its compatibility with Zotac 1070 Apm Extreme, its serious weight of about 1.5 / 2kg and measures 32.3 x 14.7 x 6.4 cm. Third, if interfere much with the airflow, my tower is a fractal R5. And the last, whether he could use the other platform to hold the Noctua DH-15s, since now I have not thought of doing SLI, or would fall short. http://www.cmstore.eu/case/accessories/cooler-master-universal-vga-holder-for-all-size-tower-chassis/ Regards, and thank you very much
  14. Seidon 120V - Beep sound and overheating.

    Hello, I have a problem with my Seidon 120V. When i turn on the pc there is a beep sound like in this video: The pump overheats and then the pc turns off automatically. The following are my computer specifications: CPU: AMD FX 8350 4GHZ/AM3+/16MB MB: ASUS M5A97LE R2.0 AM3+ HDD: SEAGATE 1TB 3.5 SATA 3 RAM: KINGSTON HYPERX FURY 8GB GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 750TI GV-N PSU: CORSAIR CX430W/80+ Thanks for your time.
  15. I recently just bought the CM Storm Devastator and I noticed that there is no software to go along with it to change the DPI, etc. Am I missing something or is there no software. P.S. I mentioned changing the DPI, how do you do that?
  16. Who knows this Case

    Just want to know
  17. GSW CYBORG

    Hi Everyone I Am Nenad, and im representing Green Shield Workshop in this scratch build. Green Shield is a workshop specialized in making custom pieces of arms and armour, historically accurate and custom designed. We also tend to experiment outside the established armouring practice, making projects based on medieval, Sci-Fi, Steampunk or other theme or genre. The Workshop developed from the Green Shield Armoury, by experimenting with new techniques and materials. Thusly, Green Shield Labs is a part of the Workshop dedicated to research and development of new technologies to implement into an old craft. Therefore we are here today With our 1st scratch build, and our second work on pc case ever. We made dragon mod of Cooler Master Case 5 last year ( i will attach photo) for Cooler Master Balkan, and now we decided to move to something different. We called it Cyborg, and it will be all hand made in steel, using a lot of old and new armoring techniques, with servo engines, automatic front panel, water cooling etc etc. Idea came on last IT fair in September in Belgrade when we were guests at Cooler Master Make it yours stand, with our Dragon PC case. We already started build about month and a half ago. and i will soon start to post all production photos. We didnt had any sponsors this year beside Cooler Master Balkan, and they provided us with fans, water coolers, PSU and a lot of support. we still dont know exactly what we are gonna put in it, but this is preliminary hardware : PSU- Cooler Master V1000 Cooler master Water Cooling (we are gonna modify this actually) Nepton 240m, Nepton 120 Fans- Cooler Master Jerflo 120 Intel i5 6600K Motherboard - Gygabyte Ga-Z170- gaming K3 GPU- Gigabyte nVidia GeForce GTX 960 4GB SSD Hyperx 240gb we will choose ddr these days Hope you'll like it! These 2 photos were our 1st and only mod ever. Pictures below them are our current project CYBORG Drawings
  18. OC soul

    Hello Coolermaster family. I was the first time to participate in the Cooler Master , please exhibitions. My name is SHI MIN welcome to my project's worklog. My idea is from OC ASROCK Z170 OC Formula pattern, cutting acrylic and aluminum to complete my current architecture. Thank you for watching , I will continue to update
  19. D0liveira - Lowrachel Mod

    Hello guys. I give early threads of my 2016 project, lowrachel. This project is based on the lowrider culture and robotics. Among the elements to be used, will be highlighted in flake paint blue to red with medium shade of purple, pinstripe cuts and leather. Robotics, lighting and turning on your computer is controlled by Arduino by phone with access via bluetoooth. My special thanks to Cooler Master Brazil the opportunity to bring this beautiful project to 2016 casemod world championship!
  20. Hello everyone. I recently purchased the Cooler Master Nepton 240m for my computer. Can someone explain me the proper way of installing the radiator and fans on the chassis of the silencio 452 because i cannot get it to fit in the correct position. I also did a web search, but didn't find nothing helpful. Thanks in advance. Albert (I will be glad to provide more details if necessary regarding my question.)
  21. Water Dispenser - Scratch Build

    Hello all, You will be seeing updates in this post from time to time. This is the work log for the "Water Dispenser" scratch build. You know what water dispensers are... this time, you will see a water dispenser computer. The goal is build a great case with the following features: 1. Fit 360 radiator 2. Custom water cooling 3. Simple and elegant 4. Looks like a water dispenser (of course)
  22. My Cooler Master U-Stand Upgrade

    From the album My Cooler Master U-Stand Upgrade

    Watch how i improve the amazing Cooler Master U-Stand with 2 JetFLO-120 using one switch to turn it on and some LEDs Lighting to make it looks more beautiful. Part-1: On this part is a small upgrade but really useful, i make a second switch to can control the fans. Part-2: Don't gorget to visit my WebSite: http://furypixel.com

    © FuryPixel®

  23. My Cooler Master U-Stand Upgrade

    From the album My Cooler Master U-Stand Upgrade

    Watch how i improve the amazing Cooler Master U-Stand with 2 JetFLO-120 using one switch to turn it on and some LEDs Lighting to make it looks more beautiful. Part-1: On this part is a small upgrade but really useful, i make a second switch to can control the fans. Part-2: Don't gorget to visit my WebSite: http://furypixel.com

    © FuryPixel®

  24. My Cooler Master U-Stand Upgrade

    From the album My Cooler Master U-Stand Upgrade

    Watch how i improve the amazing Cooler Master U-Stand with 2 JetFLO-120 using one switch to turn it on and some LEDs Lighting to make it looks more beautiful. Part-1: On this part is a small upgrade but really useful, i make a second switch to can control the fans. Part-2: Don't gorget to visit my WebSite: http://furypixel.com

    © FuryPixel®

  25. My Cooler Master U-Stand Upgrade

    From the album My Cooler Master U-Stand Upgrade

    Watch how i improve the amazing Cooler Master U-Stand with 2 JetFLO-120 using one switch to turn it on and some LEDs Lighting to make it looks more beautiful. Part-1: On this part is a small upgrade but really useful, i make a second switch to can control the fans. Part-2: Don't gorget to visit my WebSite: http://furypixel.com

    © FuryPixel®