Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by J0d3r, 12 Mar 2006.
thats the cleanest case ive seen for a long time......
Top work.... J0d3r
Agree - glad that mine has'nt a window as looks like someone has poured a pan of spaghetti in there.
The m/board looks so much better that way around, why they had'nt done it that way before i don't know.
Thanks Mankz_91 and malccy
You are right malccy, I cannot understand why they hadn't done a white mobo before that.
got anything new in the pipeline???
would love to see you giving Modsquad some competition for air-brush supremeciy....
again... everythime i look at it, im more amazed by how tidy it is......
nice man, cant believe how tidy your case looks, good work
Hi friends, Mankz_91: no way, Modsquad is too good for us
Well, I ve been working on the top fans, and in his grill, finnally i changed them for an "aluminum" look ones, with a blue grill and my hand made aluminum grill I think it looks nice, I hope do you like it (bad photos sorry)
it started to be a mod which impresses me but then ive seen u are painting flames onto that cute case and using those implant houses
love the flames, very nice looking case
I love everything about it apart from the flames also tbh - but can't all like the same things else we'd all be just buying zorro cases or similar and there'd be no such thing as modding.
1 very nice case!
Simple but classy.
Flames are really good.
Respect for the fangrill That was really hard work, wasn't it?
Thanks you all for your opinions, I really enjoy reading it. Like malccy says, the flames are only matter of taste, if you like it you will love them, but If you hate them they will look horrorful for you.
arbeiter: yeah you are right
Thanks all my friends
HI! I were working two days in the door supports (the black ones up and down it) I sanded, pinted and varnished them and applyed foam at the down one because it got a hole for the USB and mic frontal inputs. I bought too a thermalright for the chipset and installed it
to be honest, i think YOU ARE coming up on Modsquads abitily to airbrush!!
It is still one of the cleanest PCs ive ever seen and now i want to get a V-1100!!
Top stuff again!!
Looks very nice indeed....But shouldnt you reverse your fans.....?
Hey sorry for this seeing as were on page 5. but did u use any particular compound you used for the sheep wool buffer?
by the way, really nice work so far, looks clean as.
yeh the top fans seem stupid, sucking air in, from the top, and over the radiator, even though you will suck warmer air from the pc through, it will cool the whole PC better, and probably make like 1 degrees difference (you probably wouldnt need any other fans in the case if the holes were covered
clean, smart looking, i love it
barbz: I didnt used speciall compound, only metal polish . Thanks
About the top fans, Ive got an extensive explanation for it, I hope I could make it @ english without loosing meaning.
The v1100 is maybe the lian-li with worst air flow of all the market.
It has a fan introducing air at the down part, and other extracting at the middle part.
With a separation in the middle (you know, that aluminum that divides the case on two) the possibility of gettin fresh air around the mobo is very very ridiculous, so there is no air flow at the mobo.
The things go wrong when you talk about the video card. A friend with a v1100 get his 7900gt burned in two weeks of using a v1100. There is NO air flow through the GPU. Its easy to explain why, all the air is extracted by the middle fan, so only hot air gets thru the vid card.
Well, then you have the possibility of installing two fans at the top like I done. But If you put them extracting air, all the air that will pass through the GPU will cool only the lower part of it (where is not the core or the memory)... so you are wasting your air flow.
So with 0% of air introduced I want to resolve it by placing the two fans at the top doing it. So all the fresh air (note that introducing air at the top doesnt mean that the air is warm... if there is 2ºC of difference between the air at the ground and the air at the top of the case you can call yourself lucker, but i said no) goes into the case throught my 7900 gt, cool my chipset and pass through the mobo being extracted by middle fan, so i get an air flow through the case, EXACTLY what i need.
Yeah I get the exact same problem with my V2000 but since teh X1800 extracts air it's not that bad, I'm probably going to go watercooling soon, I'm not sure where I will put the rad though (so much space)...
Also this is some fantastic work, great inspiration I can't wait to get modding my self
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