First I'd like to thank you guys for checking out my work log! Here are quick links to my updates: Update 1 : 9/23/13 Interior work, Laser cuts, Top panel work. Update 2 : 9/30/13 Rad mount fan enclosure, Top panel, Interior work. Update 3 : 10/14/13 Interior shelf, Radiator covers, Painting Update 4 : 10/21/13 Parts, motherboard mounting, gpu placement, panel work Update 5 : 10/28/13 Motherboard shroud, RAM blocks, Lights, Sleeving, Bulkhead Update 6 : 11/4/13 Door panel, Handmade reservoir, Fittings, Waterblocks Update 7 : 11/11/13 Acrylic tubing, Reservoir trim, Door panel window Update 8 : 11/25/13 Reservoir trim, Blu-ray drive, Switches. Update 9 : 12/02/13 Vertical GPU, Final Cuts, Final assembly prepping. Update 10 : 12/09/13 Beginning the final assembly of the project. Update 11 : 12/18/13 Almost finished! Update 12 : 1/4/14 Finished!! Update 13 : 1/11/14 FINAL PHOTOS!! This is my second PC case mod and my goal is to perfect my skills and minimize mistakes. I learned from my CM HAF 932 build. This time ill be posting start to finish on here with my mod, instead of half way through. I want to stray away from the common theme and use something different. So I am going with a grey and white color scheme. Here are the components so far : <>PC Components: [x] Case : Cooler Master HAF 912 Mid Tower [x] PSU : EVGA SuperNOVA 750W GoldPlus [x] CPU: Intel I-7 3930k 6-core 3.2Ghz (3.8Ghz Turbo) 2011 Socket [x] MoBo: Asus Rampage IV Gene [x] RAM: 16Gb Gskill RipJaw Z series 1600 Mhz Cas #9 [x] GPU: EVGA 780GTX SC ACX [x] SSD: Samsung 840 Pro Series 256Gb [x] Optical: LG Slim Blu-ray Burner <>Water Cooling System [x] EKWB Supremacy Nickel/Acrylic CPU Block [x] EKWB Origional CSQ Titan/780 Nickel/Acrylic GPU Block [x] EKWB 240mm XT Radiator [x] 2x EKWB 120mm XT Radiators [x] 11x EKWB 90 Fittings [x] 2x Bitspower G1/4" Female / Female Pass-Through Fitting / Fillport [x] 2x EKWB Monarch x2 RAM water block [x] 2x EKWB Monarch RAM Modules [x] Swiftech MCP-655 PWM Pump [x] EKWB D5 X-Top White Acetal Pump Top [x] 20x Primochill White Revolver Rigid Fittings [x] Rigid Tubing [x] Hand Made Custom Acrylic Waterfall Reservoir [x] 4x Enermax White Cluster PWM Fans with White LED <>Key mods<> [x] Custom white and grey two tone paint job. [x] Custom acrylic paneling. [x] Custom acrylic fan enclosure/radiator mount. [x] Custom acrylic Blu-ray enclosure. [x] Custom water cooling system. [x] Custom acrylic rad covers. [x] Handmade custom acrylic waterfall bay-style reservoir. [x] Single sleeved power supply, by me. [x] Vertical GPU mounted on mid-case shelf. I purchased White Delrin Case feet from MNPCtech MNPCtech.com U-channel 3m Scotchbrite Pads from MNPCtech.com Acrylic tubing reamer from MNPCtech.com Here are the pictures so far: I also picked up the case and power supply. I figured I could spend the most time with them while waiting for money for other components. Here they are laid out and I started removing some case panels. After gutting the case, I'm left with my blank canvas! I sanded and washed the plastics to get ready for primer. The primer colors were close to the actual paint scheme. Got the few plastic parts painted then set them aside to continue working the interior. I really like this grey/white scheme. Here are the materials for the internal mods. Acrylic from TAP Plastics. I don't like the grey its damn near black so Ill be wrapping panels with a grey carbon fiber material I bought. I'm going to be using MicroRAX for the interior framework. Here is a sneak peek at the sleeving, LutroOs Teleios sleeve. I recently picked up some light grey and I think Ill be using that instead of the dark grey. Got to work cutting acrylic panels. I found that raw measurements and using a clamped fence with a skill saw help making panels perfectly straight and square. I glued in some supports to make a raised bottom panel for a nice flat surface to start on. Here I started adding the microRAX framework. This is where I left off at the end of this past weekend, Hopefully I can get some work done this coming week and its a payday weekend coming up so I should be scooping up some more parts. I absolutely love the microRAX, it really adds a nice professional touch to the project. some screw holes will be socket head and some will be flat head and counter sunk, Ill do that later on. I hope you got a little insight into my mod and follow me along through this process! Hand made reservoirs , power supply sleeving, acrylic windows, and much much more to come! Hope to update in a week or so until then questions and comments are very welcome!