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Case Mod - Complete ⭐ CyberPunk 2077 < Tribute Project > #CPBR12

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Yury, 22 Sep 2019.

  1. Yury

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    Hey guys, I'm new to this forum but I've been watching for a long time, I want to leave here the timeline of my last project presented at Campus Party Brazil 2019. I really like futuristic themes and sci-fi, so I chose the new game from CD PROJEKT RED as theme for my project, CyberPunk 2077.

    Special thanks to the supporters of this project: Cougar - Asrock - PlayerID - G9 Laser

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    Case: Cougar Conquer Essence

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    Peripherals, PSU, and Motherboard

    Cougar CMX 1200w
    Immersed Cougar Headset
    Cougar Deathfire EX Keyboard and Mouse Kit
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    Cougar Arena Mouse Pad
    AM4 Asrock Motherboard

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    First part of the project, create a backplate for the case and add a 14-inch monitor.

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    LCD will display PC temperature and consumption information

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    To finish this part I mounted the inverted motherboard

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    LCD basic test
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    Part two of the project, create a cover for the motherboard

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    That was a lot of work, sewing an El Wire thread in text form for the cover.

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    Cover finished

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    PSU cover construction
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    Recreating effect of illuminated wires with orange EL Wire

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    Removing GPU Support
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    Rebuilding Front Panel

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    The front panel will receive a new power button and two OLED displays connected to two arduinos to display specific information such as PSU Watts consumption in real time.

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    To measure the consumption of PSU I used this current sensor connected directly to the power supply.

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    PSU successfully hacked HAHA

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    Time to build a stand for one of the arduinos
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    SSD is a gateway to Arduino cables

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    Very stylish Arduino cables

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    Painting matte black

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    Time to make everything golden

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    Neither the video card will escape

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    Final step assembling all this mess
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    A laser cut for the gpu cover

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    FINISHED !!!
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    Thanks again Cougar Asrock PlayerID and G9 Laser for believing in my work, taking the opportunity to say that I am already starting another project for 2020 await. A big hug to all and see you later
     
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    :clap: EL Wire!

    Such a great aesthetic, lots of projects add LED's nowadays but I love the cyberpunk combination of neon-esque lighting, satin black and bare metal.

    What did you use to run the side monitor with all the readouts?
    and, is that logo animated :eeek:
     
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    Thank you very much, the screen and a 14 inch monitor connected directly to the computer, Yes the logo is lively as all the rest of the information is real, I used the AIDA64 monitoring software it allows you to create a custom HUD with any information that you have. the software owns over your hardware.
     
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