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  1. I'm creating a PC inspired by the Porsche and by the racing world. There will be changes to the chassis, with custom loop, custom painting e custom part. Hardware Specs: Cpu: Intel I5 9600k Ram: XPG 32gb D41 SSD: Intel p600 512gb PSU: CoolerMaster V750 VGA: Msi Gaming Rtx 2080 ventus MB: MSI Z390 gaming pro carbon Custom Loop: WB: Masterliquid maker 240 Waterblock VGA: ekwb vga rad: 360 ekwb se Pump: ek xtop revo d5 pwm plexi Tank: ek res x3 150 rgb I started by disassembling the case and replacing some parts with the chassis
  2. 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
  3. 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!!
  4. Timpelay

    SL600Mi

    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.
  5. Hello! My name is Drew, I'm a case modding hobbyist. For this build I wanted to do something more simple and clean, I decided on a monochromatic theme with no RGB. I decided on using chrome tubing for the first time and I designed a custom sl600m distro plate for the case as well. The distro plate was created by 3D scanning the case and then modeling around it. i wanted minimal tubing runs hense the secondary chamber in the plate. The goal of this build is to be able to easily swap out coolant colors and for it to stay just as clean as with just black. The build features the following specs: Cooler Master SL600M Ryzen R9 3900x 32gb DDR4 Corsair Dominator Platinum Ram Nvidia GTX 1080 ti MSI x470 Gaming AC Motherboard Watercooling parts include: EKWB Alphacool My own custom work If you have any questions on the build please let me know! Initial product Shot Vinyl Wrapped CPU Block The custom distro plate that i had designed. Picture of the plate getting milled. After getting it made by Clockwork Industries. Picture of the plate installed and some tubing ran. Loop Complete Started loop filling with purple fluid. Going to be changed to black. New Cables from Mainframe Customs Build should be done the weekend of the 21st, stay tuned! FINAL PHOTOS: There isn't enough space for all of them so be sure to check out the reply to see the other two photos.
  6. A question about MasterCase SL600M. Is it possible to turn the cooler 90 degrees (fans are directed upwards) on the Board with AM4 socket? If Yes, what coolers are suitable?
  7. Hey Guys! I am a proud owner of a Cooler Master Storm Trooper. It was the case I used for my first build and I still love it till this day, but it is time to upgrade. So I've been searching for a worthy successor for a while now and I've even come to a point where I made plans to build a case by myself. The best case I've found so far is the Jonsbo UMX4. It is a suprisingly small and good looking mid-tower that, despite its size, supports full size atx components as well as radiators and multiple hard drives. Sadly it is hard to find and a bit outdated. At Computex I saw the SL600M prototype and I kinda fell in love with it. It looks very sleek, seems to have some cool features and is supposedly silence optimised. It has a front mounted PSU, just like the UMX4, potentially allowing for great airflow while keeping everything in a compact enclosure. At first glance I thought this was the perfect case for me, at second glance however I noticed that the case is about as high if not even higher than a MasterCase Maker 5t and I was disappointed. With 544 x 242 x 574 mm the 5t is a really large case. If the SL600M is actually around that size, it will be just another expensive full-tower with some gimmicks. If it would utilize the space it has gained from moving the PSU to the front more efficiently, it would be able to get under 50 x 50 cm just like the Jonsbo UMX4 did, even with two 200mm fans. Then it would be a relatively compact and silent case while still being able to hold tall aircoolers (like the Dark Rock Pro line or the Noctua NH-D15), radiators, atx motherboards, atx PSUs and a bunch of drives. I know that a smaller size comes at a cost of features, but the UMX4 is a proof of concept that under 50 x 50 cm is definitely possible without much compromise. The front- and top-panel seem to be very bulky which is partly due to their organic design. If the frame and those panels were a bit smaller, the case would already lose a good bit of its bulk without destroying the design language. The SL600M seems like a candidate for the case of the year but in my opinion it doesn't really live up to its full potential. The high-end segment has either huge, but feature rich cases or tiny, but limiting enclosures. The SL600M could strike the perfect balance and make the high-end market more attractive to the mainstream. The SL600M could be a real trendsetter. I would love to hear what you guys think about my points, as I'm really looking forward to this case. Cheers!