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Project: Nuclear Blast By LarssoN

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| Scratch Build | Project:Nuclear Blast By LarssoN |

Hello !

It´s time for me to come to the CaseMod/Case building world ^^ :P

The plan and Shopping List for the case was in the begginning

* So cheap as possible

* Fan Controller

* Buy Acrylic glass and perforated sheet

* Buy WaterCooling

* Black and red spray paint

* Red diods

* HDD cooler

* Sleeve

*Buy Phobya/Enermax (6-10 fans)

*So quiet as possible

* Buy 3x4pins to 3pin connector

* 30cm Extender (3pin)


I started do the frame and under the time I looked and talked with my dad about my shooping list (I´m still going in Secondary school (i guess you call it so^^)

My shooping list had go to 1000Swedish kronor($156) for my ALU (15x15mm .~12 meter long) and it was a big " :?: " .

I talked with my dad about this and I decide to remove watercooling from the list :cry: , because my dad dont work and I need my money for more inportant stuffs , anyway if i get enough with money for watercooling when my project is finnished i may get water cooling.

So i bought BeQuiet DARK ROCK PRO and Scythe Himuro the day after that

So I had too remove watercooling from my list.


But enough with text ..

Pictures now :D


After i had fix the frame i took and compare it with my CoolerMaster HAF 912+.

difference? :P

Yesterday i got a large package from a store

(unfortunately so did my camera broke i guess, so i dont have the picture longer :( )

BeQuiet DARK ROCK PRO , Schyte Himuro , Arctic MX-2, ArcticClean (cleaning kit) and some candy :tongue3: was in the package from the store^^.


When i saw the CPU cooler box i just wanted to open it and install it on the motherboard. But my dad wanted to see how you do it , so i had to wait a few hours :|


Boring box :? , but what is hiding in there? :shock:


Ohhh , Thermal pad , manual and mounting brackets


Well packaged


Large cooler :P .. 1,5Kg :o


The classic warning sign ^^


The cooler fit "perfect" in the case , 4mm to the side :P and it´s never go over 45°C :D ...

Now can i at least hear footsteps better when im gaming ^^ ...its so .... quiet now :D

Feel free to ask if you have some questions

My english isnt the best , i gonna try my best too make my text easy to understand ^^

I gonna try update so much i can .. but school , soccer , hobbies etc are mostly in the way for the project :(

The pictures are taking with 2 "stone age" cameras and with my Nokia N73 .. So its not so good quality on them ,, but i try do my best :wink:



Sweden :twisted:

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LarssoN    0

Under the weekend have i not do so much..

Yesterday (read: saturday) did i drove snowmobile all day long (the fact is that I hate snowmobile ^^ , but its always nice to see the beautiful nature in north sweden :P )

(back on topic)

today have i remove a few parts from a HP case for the motherboard and "backplate" or how i gonna call it.

So i need to mark where I will drill and cut away some sheet metal now :P

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I havent got time to update :(

Well , its start look like a case now ^^


Long screws i know ^^ , i gonna short them a bit


Hmmm , a kind of "Wrong-Place" :)

But i can without problems put the cable to the PSU in without problem , same with the "On/Off button"


You see the moderboard tray is to small ^^

Can i without any problems do

*Cut a hole for a 140mm fan ?

And put another Aluminium sheets behind, and cut shapes after the motherboard ?

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