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Case Mod - In Progress ⭐ BLACK HAWK scratch build SPONSORED *HWLEGEND MODDING TEAM*

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  1. pccustom

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    inside panels 2 pieces

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    well after a break I resume ..
    arrangement of the lower panel and shaping to facilitate the installation of this fantastic ASUS STRIX X-570 F gaming motherboard thanks to my sponsor PCHUNTER.it store
    unboxing here


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    creation of the bracket for the archive disks, I use my old ones for the size.

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    well guys go ahead, the project is well under way, I do a lot of background work in this way i will get better later and i will go even faster ..

    today I prepare the supports for the internal panel that will contain the cables and the 2.5-inch hard drive storage bays, the ssd that will contain the operating system will be positioned outside.
    I create the supports from soft steel pipes on which the panels will be mounted I use a pipe cutter.

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    adoro questo strumento ha un taglio perfetto...

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    una volta ricavati i supporti uso la punta filettante per creare il filetto

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    ora è la volta del pannello come fatto per gli altri non sara altro che un sandwich pannelli in acrilico da 2 mm e 5 mm quello centrale che conterrà i leds.

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    posizionalento dei supporti

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    I go ahead .. preparation for external ssd positioning, they will have led covers that I will make later, I also arrange the logo of the eagle also with led.

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    I fix the 2 discs to the panel with its screws

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    drilling for sata and power data cables

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    let's move on to the eagle it will be fixed with screws to the case, inside I will make an opening with a small rgb led strip, I will place on it the second thinner panel (2 mm) painted black, this will hide the screws, once turned on you will only see the contour with a pleasant effect.

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    proceed with the finishing of the external panel and housing ssd

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    I realized that the case begins to have a certain weight, due to the reinforcement of the legs made previously.

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