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Old 6th Nov 2012, 20:04   #1
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Project: TRON

Hi all!
I wanted to share with you my project. The project is based on the movie Tron: Legacy. The main idea of ​​the project was taken at L3p D3sk, for which he thanks a lot
Really needed a computer desk, this decided to do it with the integrated system.
I apologize for my English, I use "Translate Google" )))

My system:
i7-920 + EK-Supreme HF
Gigabyte X58A UD3R + EK-NB/SB 6
Asus GTX580 DCII + EK-VGA Supreme HF
ASUS Xonar D1
1Tb WD Caviar Black + 500Gb WD Caviar Blue
Corsair 650HXEU
Swiftech MCP355 + EK-DDC X-RES 140 VERSION 2
XSPC RX480 Extreme Performance Radiator

To start drawing drawn:


So what did the layout, scale 1:10:


Dismantled the rear wall and frame mount, his old body Termaltake V9.


Installing the motherboard tray:




It will look like in the collection system:


Painted mounting video and sound card:



To cool the VRM I used passive radiators Enzotech RAM (BMR-C1):



They had to be cut down a bit and paint:



Radiators come perfectly!



Radiator XSPC RX480 installation:



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Old 7th Nov 2012, 09:12   #2
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Nice start i like the vrm coooling
Thank you! This is my first project ... I hope everyone will like it))))
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Old 7th Nov 2012, 11:37   #3
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Complete system:





Install the power supply. The power supply is outside. For it made ​​a fan out:





Been thinking about the design of the front panel. As a result, I decided to paste over DVD-ROM plastic plate:






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Old 8th Nov 2012, 06:16   #4
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Installed on the side panel are two fans:



Used Thermalright X-Silent 120 and filter:






Water block for fastening painted in black:



I bought a neon cord, UV acrylic and UV lamp:



Glass installed around the motherboard:



Just set the band for memory:



It was evening:


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Old 8th Nov 2012, 21:09   #5
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Balder, a link to the hosting without registration, pls )))

Owndapwn, "neon cord" - http://www.pcdesign.ru/faq-neon_worm.shtml (description "neon cord" in Russian) )))

Yaka, big picture? And I do not understand)))

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That ^

And I love the VRam cooling, looks very good
Thank you))) I also like very much : Dremel :

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A little update. Installed on HDD UV Acrylic:



After work, accidentally stepped on the tool and broke it (((


HDD in the night)))
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this is super wierd.....im doing a Tron themed build right now as well. nice work man!
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Looks good. Will you use 'false floor' panels to hide the cables?
The material on the optical gave me an idea. If I covered my desk with grip tape, I could sand stuff at the computer.

...Using the mouse might get bloody that way, though.
Already bought a sheet of perforated metal, and made to do the pallet ...


Later will be pictures)))
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Old 11th Nov 2012, 18:33   #9
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Today made pan ... Some photos)))














Tomorrow I'll paint)))
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Really love what you did with the neon lights, can't wait for more!
Thank you!
UV light is very impressive looks, try to make the band in the movie Tron))))
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Finished with a tray ... A hole for the HDD and the pump:









More recently bought a Crucial M4 128Gb and made a basket for SSD and HDD:









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Found in a toy store))))




Later used in the design of the model))))
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Some work on the graphics card. Put between the plate and the card UV Acrylic:






Tomorrow I will try to assemble a system)))
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Awesome work very clean build :thumbup:

Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
Thank you))) Later, there will be new updates
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really nice build! =)
Thank you)))

All painted and assembled:









Made new strips of RAM:



Evening photo shoot:






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Yesterday ordered the pad on the front panel. The panel will be in the style of the movie Tron. The front panel will no CD-ROM:


Improve the appearance:




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But my work place, an area of ​​5 sq / m))))


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I love everything about Tron. Looks good, keep it up!
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A little update ...





Battlefield...





View from above:



SSD:



RAM:



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it's starting to look good at first i was a little skeptic but now it's looking great :P and i love those ram strip's :P
Thank you)))
Yes, the system is much better than the beginning
I plan to replace the motherboard on the ASUS Rampage III Extreme...
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