So yeah, finally another mod! The project was named Project Al(uminium) because it'll be the most-used material in the build. As an old build of mine was named after the copper theme (Project Cu), I thought I'd keep with the periodic table naming. The mod will be based off the Cooler Master SL600M with a theme based on the patterns that CM has been using in their latest several cases. The main internal structure will be replaced by custom aluminium panels. There will be alot of polished metal (yikes, first time polishing to a high-mirror finish...!) No colours: all black and polished metal. Only colour will be added by LED lighting like the fans and LED strips. Hardware Case: Cooler Master SL600M CPU: AMD 1920X GPU: INNO3D RTX 2080ti Twin X2 Mobo: Asus ROG Strix X399-E Gaming PSU: Cooler Master V1200 Fans: Masterfan SF360R ARGB RAM: 64GB INNO3D IChill RGB Storage: 1x 1TB Samsung 970 EVO 2x 500GB Samsung 850 EVO 2x 2TB WD Blue HDD Thanks ALOT to all of the sponsors of this project: Alphacool Cablemod Cooler Master Inno3D Here are some pictures of the Cooler Master delivery. The beautiful SL600M! The amazing V1200 PSU. And now, the beautiful gutted SL600M! Took the motherboard tray out, and disassembled the rest of the case for cutting. I still had this amazing reservoir from the Masteliquid Maker 240 kit which I've been waiting for to use for a long time. This seemed the perfect build for it, so I made a cutout in the front panel for the reservoir to fit through. Also marked all the unnecessary parts on the case frame and cut those out. Essentially, all the mounting points were removed and only the bare square structure was remained intact. The aluminium replacement panels for the internal structure were cut and bent to the right shape. The right bottom two smaller panels are for the GPU vertical mount. Left front is the PSU mount. Inner front panel replacement, this will hold the reservoir. Power supply bracket cut to size, holes drilled for mounting with thumb screws. Which mounts to the motherboard panel. Behold, the reservoir actually fits!!! Then a test-fit for all the panels. Next thing was to mount both radiators. The lower radiator is mounted to the stock bracket, upper radiator is mounted to a replacement panel. Radiators are Alphacool's stainless steel radiators. Everything is copper, just the outside has a stainless steel look. Radiators will be polished.