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Case Mod - In Progress Acid Veins - Cosmos S (Water Cooled, Dual Loop)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by mac1as, 14 Dec 2010.

  1. masterchief9615

    masterchief9615 PC builder / Modder

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    Looks Amazing!
     
  2. Nicksen

    Nicksen Danish Kid :D

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    Amazing work... :O (SUBBED)

    - Its weird to see how many mods I have missed out on... :(
     
  3. mac1as

    mac1as Acid Veins

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    Thank You guys, I really appreciate your comments. I'm happy that You like it.

    Now I want to show You cable managed system:

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    On last three pictures You can see last unsleeved cable.
     
  4. jadawgis732

    jadawgis732 New Member

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    You can't be ocd and deal with two different color pcb gpus in your case. But damn, man, how were you able to do all this in such a short time??? This is the first time I've seen this worklog, and it's like 500 images long. You can't even take 500 images in a week, let alone resize and post them to an image host, let alone find enough things to take 500 pictures of.
     
  5. bagman

    bagman Well-Known Member

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    wow great job really neat cable management where did you buy those nylon clips from?
     
  6. disturbed13

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    where did you get those drain valves?
    i need some of those
     
  7. mac1as

    mac1as Acid Veins

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    On previous page I was writing that have to do backplate for 9600GT, what I know there is no GeForce 9600GT with black PCB to fit block I have.

    Before I started this worklog, I had some things finished.

    Nylon clips - www.chilledpc.co.uk
    Screw caps - from Nils (MDPC)

    www.aguatuning.co.uk
     
  8. r1sKas

    r1sKas Orange or White? Lets mod!

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    I like your style.
     
  10. disturbed13

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    this is what you used as a drain valve
    correct?
     
  11. mac1as

    mac1as Acid Veins

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    I'm still looking for good, strong colors green & yellow.

    Yes, thats it.


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    Cover for DVD will be much more difficult to do.
     
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  12. saxman

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    Great lookin project; I have had a Cosmos S for a few years and went with a green theme. I haven't seen anyone else change the LED's on the front panel, seeing this gives me the confidence to make the red to green swap. Did you change out the LED on the power switch?
     
  13. mac1as

    mac1as Acid Veins

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    No, there is different type of led and I couldn't find green repacement, I simply cover it by black tape.


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  14. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    I like the cut outs for the fan controllers, looks really good. Nice one:thumb:
     
  15. JY_OC_HX

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    Whoa that is one sweet machine. The attention to detail really has paid off. Love it
     
  16. jprykov

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    Im just scarred about the reservoir to VC line... its to stretched for me. you might want to reroute your tubes. its just a suggestion because i dont want anything to happen to your hardware. overall i really like what you did to your project. its very inspiring! :)
     
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  17. Skeng

    Skeng Water Cometh!

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    Excellent such a good build. This has made me decide to mod my old Cosmos S over the summer when I have some free time. Also Glad to see people still using the Cosmos S it's such a great case. :)
     
  18. RinSewand

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    Looks absolutely stunning - love the use of plasticine!
     
  19. mac1as

    mac1as Acid Veins

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    I'm happy that You like it, this is great case and I'm having lots of fan to play with it.

    Now bad news, finally I add color to Thermochill and I'm very sad & unhappy, I've tried lots of combinations but couldn't find yellow color I wanted, see for your self:

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    On some pictures there isn't different in color at all.

    After that I decided to do only one color green and only one loop.
    Reasons for doing one loop:
    1. with two loops access to HDDs is very difficult;
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    3. with two loops tubes aren't look good;

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    I like it much more then before it looks more clean now and the color is beautifull, I love it.
     
  20. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    That green look really good, it goes nicely with the rest of the build. Suits it well.
     

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