Ivan CSX Studio

Race Car - Inspired Case

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Hello, hope I'm not too late to post worklog here for my submission on CMWS2019 Apprentice League.

 

For the base spec of mine, I put my daily spec for the entry since only this board that looks awesome (and also the only matx format as i wish)

 

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-i7 5820K

-Asus X99M WS

-Sapphire Nitro Plus RX580

-Gskill Aegis 4x4GB (added heatspreader that looks closely enough like Kingston from DDR3)

 

For the rest is CM parts:

 

-CoolerMaster Q300P

-CoolerMaster ML240 RGB

-CoolerMaster V750

 

*To be continued, Seeking for the worklog photos that been posted on my instagram.... Any further photos I've found will be posted on the next threadpost here

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And the hole-ing process was begin, because my concern is the airflow.. the most negative things that being a discussion everywhere

 

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Pardon me, it's my first time use that things so if you all looking me holding those inappropriate way, sorry

 

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Ahh, I forgot to disassemble all things..

 

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Okay, here we go again, after disassembling all the rivets, now time to make another hole for the front and go repainting again

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time to cut some stainless steel that bought from Racing exhaust bike maker hahahaha

 

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now looks like I'm getting used with this grinder, so much fun cutting some metal with this hahaha

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making the feet for the stainless tube to fit

 

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I use the original handles from Q300P, removing some fancy rubbers on it and cut it in half..

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time for custom switch

 

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basically it used for motorcycle for stuff like headlights or something which has mechanism like, press once for on, and press again to turn it off

 

I modify the internals so it act like how PC switch should be, I think nothing special with this as it could be done by anyone, but I think it's worthy

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