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Case Mod - In Progress CosmosII the privilege by C.333

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Corsaronero333, 30 Apr 2013.

  1. Corsaronero333

    Corsaronero333 New Member

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    The Privilege



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    Hello guys, start a new mod hope you like it. My main sponsor is the Cooler Master Italy:



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    I must also thank you for sending the Vela wood plywood for the side panels

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    We could not miss Lamptron as a sponsor, with its wonderful FC10

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    Today we add another sponsor, Silicon Power With a beautiful V70 240GB SSD

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    New sponsor for The Prestige.
    Corsair has sent some wonderful RAM


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    CASE: Cooler Master Cosmos II

    MOTHERBOARD: Asus Z87-PLUS

    CPU: Intel i7-4770k

    VGA: EVGA GeForce GTX 770 SC ACX, 4096 MB DDR5

    RAM: Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB 1600mhz

    PSU: Cooler master Silent Pro M2 1500w

    SSD: Silicon Power v70 240GB

    Cooling: Cooler master Eisberg 240L



    case Cosmos II

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    power supply Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1500w


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    Water cooling all in one


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    Other materials that I'm going to use the mod


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    Corsaronero333 New Member

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    As the title so here is a first floor case a fantastic



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    Begins the work of dismantling


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    First phase, covering the support of the mainboard

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    second phase, coating the lower support



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  6. alpaca

    alpaca llama eats dremel

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    Special. I like it. And I'm terribly, terribly curious as to what you're going to do next.
     
  7. Furball Zen

    Furball Zen Shut up and Mod

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    Can say ive never seen burlap used in a mod before.. might be interesting....
     
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    Thank you very much alpaca, but it will take time to assemble it all

    Hello, I hope will turn out well
     
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    small details


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    Editor22 E22 | Hex-Gear

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    Yay another awesome to Corsaronero project to droooooool over ;)
     
  11. Da Vinci

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    Very interesting use of materials there. This could be something truly unique.
     
  12. Corsaronero333

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    thanks guys

    Today I examine the Cooler Master eisberg, will undergo a small change in dress



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    Here is a nice stripped to the radiator and fittings



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  14. TheGreatSatan

    TheGreatSatan Dark Lord of BT!

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    Uh, burlap will have a crapload of static! Standoffs won't help put out the fire at all
     
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    no problem the burlap is natural and has no problems of flame

    Physical Properties: The jute fiber is very strong and tough (toughness is
    greater even than that of flax), but rather rigid and inelastic. And 'anti-static and
    with a good thermal conductivity; absorbs and retains much moisture.
     
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    A small view of the fittings


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    Waynio Relaxing

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    More sweet eye candy :) some nice interesting looking windows & dials, awesome natural colour scheme once again from the materials, the eisberg looks 100x nicer stripped & clean. :clap:
     
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    thanks Waynio


    First change rectangular porthole for today, I removed the glass and put a mesh of brass for the passage of air

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    To exit the norm today I prepared this little innovation.
    I lined tubes blacks dellla Cooler Master with kitchen twine normal.
    The only drawback that the string is very clear and does not fit with the rest of the canvas, so I will make a small change.
    A nice cup of hot tea, leave to soak for about 3 hours from time to time check the coloring keeping a darker tone, because when it dries it loses intensity.







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    At the end I have my tubes coated and the same shade of burlap internal



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