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  1. Timpelay


    In love with the design and premium material used, but there should be a smaller version of this case. Okey, I'll make it. My mission is to create a SL600Mi featuring mITX and full size VGA support. Nuff said, game on. #CMWS19 here go! Ambition: To create the mITX version of SL600M that Cooler Master haven't produced, yet. Hopefully, this project will encourage them to do so. This project will be built just the way I want it. Design, layout and performance will meet. Competition Goals: To conquer every criteria specified in this years CMWS Specs: CM SL600M ASUS ROG Z390i STRIX ASUS ROG RTX2070 STRIX ASUS ROG THOR 850W PLATINUM Intel Core i7 8086k Limited Edition Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 2x16GB Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500Gb Water cooling: EK-Momentum ROG Strix Z390i D-RGB - Plexi Monoblock EK-Vector Strix RTX 2070 RGB Nickel - Plexi 2x EK-CoolStream SE 240 4x EK-Vardar EVO 120ER Black BB Custom made CM-logo D5 Pump top Custom made CM-logo Reservoir EK-Torque series fittings Great thanks to my sponsors Asus, EK Waterblocks and Inet Makers thoughts: With this project I want to show the community that base line ideas does not have to come frome machined parts and over the top water cooling. Case modding working with your own hands doing interesting, perhaps performance enhancing or just mods that suits your own purpose are things easily forgotten these days. SL600Mi is a tribute and hybrid between the old school modding techniques and the latest including laser cutting, cnc machining and 3D-printing.
  2. Hello everyone. Last year, my modding-project HOVERYZE took a place in the top 5 best AMD mods of CMWS2018. For CMWS2019, I am preparing a project that is dedicated to drift car of Arkadiy Tsaregradtsev - 1200hp Nissan R34 Skyline with a R35 VR38DETT engine swap – without a doubt the most advanced R34 drift project in the world. "Badass GT-R" - that's the nickname of this Skyline. Arkadiy Tsaregradtsev (Arkadiy instagram) Russian top-drifter. He is three-time RDS Siberia (Russian Drift Series) champion, but before those titles was already regarded as the godfather of Siberian drifting for organizing the first events and pushing drift culture to the masses. He’s not only loved for his aggressive drifting style, but also for active involvement in drift-related projects, as well as being an honest (often sarcastic) and fun car show host. In 2017, he became vice-champion of first FIA Intercontinental Drifting Cup. Arkady participates in RDS GP, D1GP in Japan, Gymkhana Grid 2019 in Poland and many others competitions. Article about RDS GP on Arkadiy is the pilot of the Fail Crew team, the most stylish drift team. I like the mITX format of motherboards, so I will do my project on the basis of the Cooler Master Elite 110 chassis. Inside, I plan to install a full-size Nvidia GeForce RTX2080 Founders Edition graphics card with a custom panel. And a lot of aluminum, carbon, water cooling on CPU and scull lamp. It will be interesting.
  3. Hello everyone. My name is Anatoly Krotov aka "AntSter". I'm not a newbie to modding, but first time competing in the international competition. Have you seen the new video "[HOONIGAN] KEN BLOCK'S GYMKHANA SEVEN: WILD IN THE STREETS OF LOS ANGELES"? More details about this video can be found here The car on which Ken rides in this video inspired me to create scratch build [HOONICORN]. Word "Hoonicorn" consists of two words: "Hoonigan" - name of Ken Block's racing division, and "Unicorn" - code name was used during the build this car. More details about this car can be found here and here This will be mitx computer as powerful and fast as all-wheel drive 845 horsepower Ford Mustang Hoonicorn RTR from the video. I will be used aluminum, acrylic and natural carbon fiber. I'm going to install water cooling. Primary colors of my modding project - those that are present on the Mustang. Now the project is in the design stage. I hope, It will be interesting! Ready To Rock!