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Scratch Build – In Progress "ASUS STRIX" By MathMilitaryModding "FINISH"

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by MathModding, 10 Aug 2014.

  1. petski35

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    Can't wait to see how this turns out it's been awhile since iv been on the forum and im looking forward to some good builds
     
  2. MathModding

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    Modding the day! Folding the sides of the board tray for attachment thereof to the support of the radiator and the housing rear part which will be realized later.
    Next steps, drilling and installation spacers to secure the motherboard to its support.

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  3. MathModding

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    I decided to reveal some of my rigid tubing! The tube will be used in the Full CARBON Ø12 / 10

    Against the party is that it requires me to do that right tubes!

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  4. MathModding

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    The aim at the moment and to create the foundations of the case I created before in 3D. Once the base of the case done, I could start later. The cuts, holes, installation of all components and the creation of themed design "Asus Strix".

    So that's where I am at the end of the weekend.
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  5. MathModding

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    So the SSD will support to be placed below the motherboard, it just remains for me to polish it!:cooldude:

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  6. MathModding

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    Day's work on the scratch "Asus Strix."

    Creation of the upper plate. Cuts, folds, adjust. This plate will fixing bracket graphics card and the back of the connector maximus VII cache.
    The folds are made ​​to ensure that this portion is fixed to the board tray, the radiator support and on the rear part so as to stiffen it up!

    Also creating holes for the bracket on the support of CG motherboard handle that graphics card is perfectly fit.

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  7. MathModding

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    This is the work of the day not without the efforts of 3mm aluminum is hard but with patience and elbow grease we do what we want.

    it now remains for me to do the design of the front panel to let go the fresh air will feed 2 radiators EK 360 PE and 6 fans Noctua IPPC 120 PWM.

    Stay tuned!

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  8. MathModding

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    Well I started on something very very long to do :D

    You can simultaneously have an overview of the design of the front

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  9. MathModding

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    I present to you! The Carbon Tubing MOD "Asus Strix!"

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  10. MathModding

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    When we love what we do, we can do everything with patience and thoroughness. :cooldude:

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  11. Bartacus

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    NICE!!! Love the carved out logo. Not sure about the carbon tube though, but we shall see what it turns out like.
     
  12. MathModding

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    thank you, and be tested for carbon we'll see:D
     
  13. MathModding

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    My friends at EKWB support me again. This time on the Scratch "Asus Strix."

    Program, update direct of SLI and 16GB DDR in watercooling. [;)]

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    Update watercooling components in 1st post
     
  14. MathModding

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    Working on the rear face, I decided to redo the top but this time in one piece with the back in order again to get a box as rigid as possible.

    I also changed the lower front face to the radiator support is a perfect integration in the general design.

    You can see the location of the Seasonic Platinum P-1200w


    Sorry for may bad english

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  15. Furball Zen

    Furball Zen Shut up and Mod

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    Am i missing something? This looks nothing like the bird in the first pic...
     
  16. MathModding

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    I have not said this move look like a bird :cooldude:
     
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  19. Hukkel

    Hukkel James' minion

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    Good work, interested in seeing how this will end up in terms of case shape.
     
  20. MathModding

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    Thanks:cooldude:
     

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