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[Tower Mod] Centurion by: Jesse Palacio [FINISHED]

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CM JesseP.    34

FINISHED. gallery at last page.

 

Hello all,

this will be my entry for the year. still in progress. uploading work logs soon. i will refine and revise my current build for the competition.

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sponsored by:

Cable Sleeving done by:
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Custom Decals from:
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Graphic Designs by: Kasper Kragh

for now...

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CM JesseP.    34

current look of the build now. 80% of this will be re-done.

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i5 3570k @ 4.3 Ghz

Asus Sabertooth Z77

Asus DCU2 GTX 660 OC edition

Kingston Hyper X Black @ 2x4gb

Seasonic M12II 750

Corsair H60

Corsair Force GS 128gb SSD / WD 1tb HDD

Corsair 120mm Fans (x3)

Cooler Master Fans (x3)

Cooler Master Silencio 650 (modded)

Bitfenix Recon Fan Controller

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CM JesseP.    34

for today:

still taking baby steps with a few ideas. still contemplating if i should put in a mid plate in or not.

took the aluminum bar and painted it flat black.

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printed out and manually cut the "centurion" name. (yeah, i know lazer cutting is easier.. but i dont have funds for any of that, so i will try to keep things manual.)

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found a piece of plexi in my drawer, painted it black, and cut out my custom centurion logo (credits to Kasper Kragh) to be placed on this piece.

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so far...

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i have been working under alot of stress lately with alot that's been going on personally.. so i havent been able to get the work i intend to do with this project, seeing is i cannot juggle my personal life and my passion for modding right now. baby steps.. baby steps..

i should still have a lot of time to complete the project though. mod on!

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CM JesseP.    34

i dont have that much room behind the motherboard tray.. at least not enough to be able to close it without brute force. PSU shrouds/covers have become mainstream, and i thought i would do something different..

here is the mess i cannot hide behind the mobo tray:

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so i made this out of some scrap acrylic. just did a little bending and pieced it together with a small cut of an aluminum L bar.

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mess gone. =)

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i still think a PSU cover would look better, but at least i have a clean build.. with or without the cover.

that's all for now. thank you! =)

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