bit-tech news: Mnpctech launches new modding video series This will be a scratch built and water cooled ITX H55 Home Theater / Gaming PC. SYSTEM SPECS: Motherboard = ZOTAC H55 ITX 1156 CPU = Intel Core i7-870 Lynnfield 2.93GHz 8MB L3 Cache LGA 1156 95W Quad-Core GPU = ZOTAC 470 GTX SSD: Mushkin Callisto 64GB PSU: Silverstone 600W COOLING SPECS: CPU = Custom Copper water block (designed by cheaps, randy's swirl design) (Acrylic water block tops fabricated and designed by cheaps) GPU Cooling = EK-FC470 GTX water block (would have made our own, if time allowed) Radiator: Hardware Labs 360 GT Stealth Reservoir = Custom made with manual pressure regulator! (designed & fabricated by cheaps) Pump = MCP350 Tygon 3603 3/8" ID (1/2" OD) Clear Tubing EK PSC fittings, except for water block top (EK hi-flo) CONSTRUCTION: Tower: 2" thick cast clear acrylic (cnc milled) Tower Sides: 1/8" thick Blue & UV Green transparent cast acrylic (cnc milled) Base for PSU: 2" thick cast clear acrylic (cnc milled) Optical drive shell: 2" thick cast clear acrylic (cnc milled) Optical drive cover" 3/16" thick billet aluminum with fins Front Plates: 1/4" thick Blue transparent cast acrylic and 3/16" thick billet (cnc milled) Rear PSU Mounting: 1" billet aluminum MB stand-offs: billet aluminum Power switch: 22mm Bulgin Blue Ring Momentary The “Mod Men” Show is the first original web series made exclusively about PC Modding. It follows the guys from the industry’s first Professional PC Mod Shop, Mnpctech. Watch the Episodes HERE Episode #1 Episode #2 Episode #3 Episode #4 Episode #5 Here is cheap's first concept drawings for the "Mod Men" PC after a few chats. Tim Burton / BIJOU Theater / The Jetsons was appropriate description of the PC design. If you want a more specific description, perform search under "Googie" The keyboard and Mouse will have Di-Noc carbon fiber film applied 3M DI-NOC Black carbon fiber film Base for PSU: 2" thick cast clear acrylic (cnc milled) Front Plates: 1/4" thick Blue transparent cast acrylic Assembly of the 2" thick clear acrylic base and main tower. The aluminum piece is the mounting plate for the Power Supply Billet cover for the EK backing plate (ZOTAC 470 GTX) Here is Randy's "involute spiral" design in 1/4" thick copper, we're using a i7-870 Lynnfield 2.93GHz for the zotac H55 ITX board.