Arcis Modz

Project Cube - X (completed)

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Arcis Modz    6

I like the unique ones like this. Like, I have never seen the liquid cooling actually being PART of the case. :o

 

My project isn't so unique. But I think it may be the smallest: http://community.coolermaster.com/index.php/topic/12436-monocase-v10-high-end-gaming-pc-in-the-size-of-a-ps4/

 

 

woah... thats one :) of a small case bro... so small... 

my project is something like a wallmounted pc but in a cube case. hahaha. 

Good luck to you bro. :)

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Mono    6

woah... thats one :) of a small case bro... so small... 

my project is something like a wallmounted pc but in a cube case. hahaha. 

Good luck to you bro. :)

 

Somehow making the liquid glow would be brilliant!

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Alucard    6

In my opinion cases should have enough room inside for proper cable management if they are windowed. otherwise no mater how small they r a messed up cable management will make it look ugly. so Mono keep in mind to have clean cable management. that would be a hard thing, but if u pull it off then it will be epic
Wow Drew, everything hand cut? nice that's what i call modding. things are too easy when everything is done by automated machines lol

 

and about the liquid i think Drew can use UV coolant with UV lights so it will actually glow

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Arcis Modz    6

Somehow making the liquid glow would be brilliant!

 

In my opinion cases should have enough room inside for proper cable management if they are windowed. otherwise no mater how small they r a messed up cable management will make it look ugly. so Mono keep in mind to have clean cable management. that would be a hard thing, but if u pull it off then it will be epic

Wow Drew, everything hand cut? nice that's what i call modding. things are too easy when everything is done by automated machines lol

 

and about the liquid i think Drew can use UV coolant with UV lights so it will actually glow

 

thanks bro.. yup. manual labor it is.... no extra budget to buy laser cut machine and I dont know a place where to have laser cut here in KL since im new hear. :D I ask some signage shops but they dont want to accept my order since my order is small.(i think they don't want profit... LOL)

 

anyways, my initial plan is to use mayhem pastel green and mix it to my liking (blue dye and uv yellow/green). I just want the coolant to be bright.. shocking green. but we will see as this project goes. many things still can change.. thanks guys for the suggestion.. :)

 

 

 

 

thanks ppcs.. :)

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with free marshmallows. LOL

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will update tomorrow. need to finish cutting the 10mm thick acrylic tom.

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Arcis Modz    6
hi guys.

Connecting of rubber cord... Success... 

Finally... After three purchases of different glue. Finally found the correct glue that will hold the rubber cord like its a whole o-ring.

 

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testing.

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all of them indicates that they can be used for rubbers... but the strongest bond(which satisfies me) is the last glue(right most)...

the orange one is the perfect glue for this kind of job. small but terrible eihhh... :D  :P  :lol:  ;)

 

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me and my friend tried to break the one that i connect using the orange glue.. and the outcome.. 

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feeling happy and accomplished..  B)  ^_^  :D

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Arcis Modz    6

hi guys, its been a while.

after all those cutting and breaking blades....

 

finally, i can see a box...case??....shoe box??...   :wacko:  :unsure:  :D  :P  :lol:  ;)

 

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all sides/panels are now complete. next thing to do is sanding and screwing all panels. :D

this one will take awhile.

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