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Scratch Build – In Progress Project "BEHEMOT"

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by ThePunisher, 26 Feb 2021.

  1. ThePunisher

    ThePunisher Minimodder

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    Hi everyone

    Long time ago I started work with my Cooler Master Cosmos S and final project you can see here: https://forums.bit-tech.net/index.p...mos-by-thepunisher.307159/page-3#post-4857576

    The problem, however, is that it really cramped inside and hard to get to anything.
    Especially that I changed to x299 and bought an EVGA X299 DARK motherboard which is big and tall.

    I really like my COSMOS and I've spent a lot of time with it, but is time to change it for something bigger.

    I liked Raijintek Eris Evo a lot, but I did not like a few solutions that were used in it.

    Hoever design of this case is definitely that what I like.

    I noticed that the ERIS EVO is a simple structure, so nothing prevents me from making my version, especially since I have access to a lot of machines.

    So I decided... LETS DO THIS!

    And that how started Project "EVOLUTION"

    I like this project in Eris Evo, It looks stunning! I will be inspired by this project

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    I Bought EVGA X299 DARK with 10 years warranty and new 9940X for.... 900 USD :D

    Speciffication of my platform which I am going to use in this project:

    - EVGA X299 DARK
    - i9 9940X (delid + custom IHS)
    - 4x8GB DDR4 Patriot Viper Steel 4000 CL19
    - Corsair MP300 480 + 960 GB
    - GeForce 1080Ti AMP Extreme (for now, rtx 3080/3090 soon)
    - Corsair HX1200i
    - Arctic P12/P14 PWM PST

    In new case I am going to use 2x 560 xt45 radiator and... MORA 420... INSIDE! :D


    Patriot Vipers doesn't has temp sensor so i decided to do my own and it work perfectly

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    My awesome helper! :D :D

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    Overclocked my i9 9940x :)

    14x 4.9 GHz
    Mesh 31
    Vcore 1.31V
    Mesh Voltage: 1.165V

    Here is the screen with 5.0 Ghz and Mesh 31

    This is one of the highest score in HW BOT for 14 cores with H2O cooling! :D

    Something is wrong with my r20 because it still shows the same result in the table. I need to reinstal it o_O

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    Patriot Viper Steel showed awesome performance! Full stable set! WOW! Max temp 40,5C.

    Final voltage is 1.485V

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    I wait for first components and after that I will designed next of them.

    I decided that it will be better to order more items singly than all at once because probably half or 3/4 would need to be changed and ordered again If I will take all at once.

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    More progress soon :)
     
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  2. kim

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    Nice project, I have been following your work on your Cosmos, it came out really great, so this one should be also awesome...:rock:
    and ... kot jest naprawdę piękny :grin:
     
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  3. ThePunisher

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    Haha, Yes, my cat is fantastic. He is true friend and always work with my when I do something with PCs. Even one screw cant't be move without him next to me :D

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  4. dan297

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    Dude...that's what I call a proper overkill :thumb:

    Looks awesome. I kinda like the two res design...
     
  5. ThePunisher

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    Ok, first parts comes today. It will be huuuge case. Comparison to Cosmos :O

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  6. Canardwc

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    YES, HUGE ;)
     
  7. ThePunisher

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    Some new parts will come soon :)

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    OK, next parts are in progress


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  9. ThePunisher

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    After talking with a friend, we decided that the name BEHEMOT would be better suited to such a large housing. So I change title of the project.
     
  10. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    How do you run out of space in a cosmos? :lol:
    I was kind of hoping you were upgrading to 180mm radiators.
     
  11. ThePunisher

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    I was thinking about monsta tripple 180, but 560 is more popular and easier to sell in future.
     
  12. Roger Souza

    Roger Souza What's a Dremel?

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    cool water block
     
  13. ThePunisher

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    Some Fans :)

    I have 5x P14 so I need 20 more :)

    In finall case I will install inside:

    25x Arctic P14 PWM PST for radiators
    6x Noiseblocker eloop B12-PS for air intake

    Arctic P12/P14 are fantastis fans! I cant undertsand how is it possible that they are so good and so cheap.

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  14. Cheapskate

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    SOME fans. :lol:
    What I've always wondered is why $0.50 of electronics for pwm doubles the price.
     
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    More pictures and infos soon :)

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  16. Canardwc

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    That's seems pretty hugely cool !
     
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    Some Fans :)

    I have 5x P14 so I need 20 more :)

    In finall case I will install inside:

    25x Arctic P14 PWM PST for radiators
    6x Noiseblocker eloop B12-PS for air intake

    Arctic P12/P14 are fantastis fans! I cant undertsand how is it possible that they are so good and so cheap.

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    OK, some parts came to me today so I can show you the shape and size of the case.
    I'll be working with it tomorrow and over the weekend because I have enough parts to put together the construction.


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    My friend made me ATX24, EPs and PCIE cables :) Carbon, grey, carbon gold etc :p


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  18. ThePunisher

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    A lot of work to be done on the weekend :) Cubes M4 12x12 are great solution for assembly.

    More pictures soon, I was too tired to do more today :p

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    I had to drill a few holes so it took me a while. The material is 3mm and 2mm stall so it was not easy to do it with a cheap drill.


    I use neodymium magnets for covers to have easy access to cables, pumps etc



    Next update todays evening or tomorrow :) I have some buisness to do :)


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  20. pccustom

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    massive.. I love it!!
     
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