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Modding Asus TUF Armorsuit Z77 by Paul Tan

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by brumgrunt, 11 Dec 2012.

  1. brumgrunt

    brumgrunt New Member

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    Great !
     
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    not bad, not bad at all. now i'd like to see what you can do with more time than two weeks, mr tan! :))
     
  4. docodine

    docodine killed a guy once

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    page 3 and 4 have some of the same images
     
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    wauw :O!
     
  6. Combatus

    Combatus Bit-tech Modding + hardware reviews Staff Super Moderator

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    Thanks docodine, sorted that now!
     
  7. LooZypher

    LooZypher Huh!? What!?

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    Man If only I had those skills...
     
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    V3ctor Tech addict...

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    I'm trying to get my chin off the ground... great work, as i never seen in years...
    I loved everything in your project, just unbelievable.

    Congratulations on the great work, I just hope you continue making more mods. :)
     
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    That's pretty amazing! 850W seems overkill though, no?
     
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    I haven't been to the Projects Logs forum in a while an.. WOAH! That thing is cool. ^^
     
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    Parge the worst Super Moderator

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    Spectacular construction and build quality, but I just don't like the design on this one. No slight meant against the creator, its just not my cup of tea (think it might be the GPU all the way out there on the side).

    Well done nonetheless :)
     
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    Inspired by Tron no doubt... :)
     
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    THank you so much Bit-tech for allowing me to share this story :) The pleasure will always be mine to work with you guys. :) I'm happy to see it here. Really really appreaciate everything! Mod On!
     
  15. mi1ez

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    That's not the GPU, it uses integrated. The outboard is watercooling.
     
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    Awesome, I Like!
     
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    The Sabertooth Z77 hasn't been tested here has it?
    Is it worth buying over the Gene V?
     
  18. bullseye

    bullseye Who dares wins

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    Nice work. But when I first checked out the pic's, I thought it looked like a souped up printer.

    But top marks for originality.
     
  19. PaulC2K

    PaulC2K PC Master Race

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    Out of interest, was there no room underneath, alongside the PSU, for a GPU on a riser cable or something? Thats the one issue i have with it really, if there was an ability to place a couple of PCI-E cards under the mobo, as an option to increase its appeal then i think it'd make a great design.

    I get this is a design requirement you were given, and a GPU was out of bounds from the get-go, im just wondering if that could have been possible, maybe with slightly wider dimensions or something, or am i overseeing the required room for any storage media?
    Its not quite my personal dream case, but its certainly very attractive and unique, and i'd still love to have one sat on my desk. Great job.
     
  20. Ljs

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    In my opinion, this is one of the best mods I have seen on this forum. Very original and finished to a very high standard.

    Kudos.
     
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