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Case Mod - In Progress Project Anubis

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by PandaMom, 12 Nov 2019.

  1. PandaMom

    PandaMom New Member

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    Hey guys, this is my first project log and my first time modifying my case. I technically started this project back in May, but that was a whole different idea and case. I couldn't decide on a case for the longest time and I was flip flopping back and forth between cases, much to the disdain of my ex-boyfriend. I actually bought the main bits of hardware from him; the Asus Rampage VI Extreme, a G.Skill Trident Z 8x8 kit of ram, and a Founders Edition 1080ti with a Swiftech Komodo gpu block already installed. The case I finally decided to go with is the Raijintek Enyo, and this thing is a beast, she weighs 42-43 pounds (21 kilos) empty.
     
  2. PandaMom

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    This is the case after I put it together, it took like 20 mins at most and it came flat packed, maybe Ikea should partner with them lol

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    And I wanted to see what it looked like with the motherboard in, and it makes EAtx look small with how much room there still is

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  3. PandaMom

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    I ordered some materials that I've never worked with before and they came in the other day. I ordered 2 6061 sheets of aluminum, about 1/8th of an inch thick and 22"x6" from MidwestSteelSupply. The acrylic I ordered from TAPPlastics and I ordered two sheets of 410x320mm acrylic and it's 3mm thick. Both of the orders took about 4-5 days to arrive to my apartment.

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    I need to trim down the second piece so they sit flush together, then drill and paint them.
     

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    following, project with Egyptian name should be very cool
     
  5. PandaMom

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    There's been a slight change of plans with Anubis. I traded my 7940x for a 9600k (planning on upgrading to the 9900k later), the Gigabyte Aorus Master z390 mobo, and 2 480gb Kingston m.2's. I also sold the Asus Rampage VI Extreme motherboard for 200 dollars (I paid 200 for it) and an all chrome Heatkiller cpu block that he pre-lapped. This also requires me to change gold color I was planning on using to nickle/chrome, which is perfectly fine.
     
  6. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Is that long sheet mirrored? if it is, be aware it's probably extruded plexi and handles different from the cast. It has a lower melting point. Jig and scroll saws melt it easily.
     
  7. PandaMom

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    It's just regular extruded acrylic, and I'm actually not using it I decided to just use the big sheets for the motherboard tray cover. As well as just the aluminum sheets to reinforce the bottom part
     
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    I'm an idiot lol, the long "mirrored" part is actually the aluminum sheet
     
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    This is from when I was using gold paint to accent stuff. I pre-drilled the holes so once I sand, prime and paint it, and grind down the other sheet (same size) they're going to look the same

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    This is also from when I left an acrylic sheet outside because I forgot to bring it in, after I decided to use the aluminum instead. It rained all day and it finally went below freezing. [​IMG]
     

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