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Razarach

Project Black Pearl

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Razarach    0

I start with cuting plastic parts.

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Then i disassemble the case and start build hdd holder.

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I try home made case feets with rubber.

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I also cut side window and with this i finish work with cutting, sanding etc.

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Razarach    0

After cutting and sanding I paint whole case and other parts with primer.

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After primer i paint case in black and coolers in white.

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I will use white fans and cable sleeve from MDPC-X

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Razarach    0

After painting and some polishing i cut plexiglass and define logo position on side panel.

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Also i cut plexiglass hdd covers.

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And here is logo after engraving.

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First and test assembling....

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Next update will be soon, i hope so, becouse i cant paint few more parts becouse cold weather outside :/

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Very good mod you got there :D Sadly, I had to disagree with one thing, you shouldn't have painted the heatsinks white. First of all, bad heat conducting = high temps.Second, you were actually killing the chips like that. Sorry to say that :cry:

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Razarach    0

Well, then i havd to disagree with you becouse after painting heatsinks temps are only few °c higher. So actualy there is no bad heating, few °c higher is not problem.

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PaPang    0

Good contrast (black vs. white) and clean work. I have not seen many paint the fins of their heatsinks though so chalk one up for guts, hehe.

Best of Luck!

Cheers and Saludos

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