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Scratch Build – In Progress Project Buyangyang

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Arcis Modz, 15 Jun 2015.

  1. Arcis Modz

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    PROJECT BUYANGYANG
    Modder: Andrew Lee(Andrew Lee Adanza)
    FB: https://www.facebook.com/andrewleekho


    Intoduction
    The aim of this build is to showcase all components of a computer.
    As you can see, all parts are exposed. Even the Liquid Cooling System.

    Thank you to the following sponsors for supporting this project.
    Thermaltake Technology Inc
    Thermaltake Philippines
    MSI Philippines
    MSI Global
    Plextor Philippines


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    Hardware List and Photos


    SPECS:
    CPU: I5 4690K - ✓ (temporary procie, waiting for the 4790K)
    MoBo: MSI Z97 XPower AC - ✓
    RAM: undecided -
    GPU: MSI GTX 960 Gaming 100ME - ✓
    HDD: -
    SSD: Plextor M6S 128gb - ✓
    PSU: Thermaltake PSU -

    LIQUID COOLING:
    CPU Block: Thermaltake Pacific W2 CPU Water Block -
    GPU Block: -
    Rad: Thermaltake Pacific RL280 Radiator -
    Pump: Thermaltake Pacific P1 Black D5 Pump w/ Silent Kit -
    Reservoir: Thermaltake Custom res or Pacific T11 Reservoir -
    Stop Plug - Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 Stop Plug w/ O-Ring – Black
    Extenders:
    Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 Male to Male 30mm Extender – Black
    Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 Male to Male 20mm Extender – Black
    Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 Female to Female 30mm Extender – Black
    Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 Female to Female 20mm Extender – Black
    Adapter:
    Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 90 Degree Adapter – Black
    Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 45 Degree Adapter – Black
    Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 Y Adapter – Black
    Fittings:
    Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 PETG Tube 5/8” (16mm) OD Fittings – Black
    Tube: Thermaltake V-Tubler PETG Tube -
    Coolant: Mayhem UV Green-Yellow Dye/Mayhem Yellow Dye (custom color) -

    MODS and MISC:
    Fans 1: Thermaltake Riing 14 High Static Pressure LED Radiator Fan -
    Led Lights: Custom LED Strips(white) -




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    Sketchup/Plan

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    TOOLS and ACCESSORIES

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    hovek “Can’t or won’t?” Sterling Archer

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    Looking like a good project man. Like the layers involved in case!
    How's that scroll saw if I can ask. Thinking about the same one from my local shop, is it loud?
     
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    Thanks man. glad you like it. :clap:
    for the scrolls saw, if you use the proper blade, for me, the noise is still tolerable. but if you try to cut metal sheets, you can imagine how noisy it is. :wallbash: also, same goes for aluminum L bar/angle bar. at first its noisy but when the blade is in, the noise is tolerable. :) hope this helps you decide. but i can say, it sure is a lot of help on working on small things if you don't have a laser/cnc.
     
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    hovek “Can’t or won’t?” Sterling Archer

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    Thanks for the answer man. Yeah, I live in an apartment that's why the question. I'll search for some good quality blades then so.
     
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    I like your design, but have you considered the issue of dust in your system, with it being as open as it is?
     
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    just use the correct blades on certain materials, i think you will be fine. :)

    thanks bro. the purpose of the case is for showcasing computer components. it will not be my daily case. it will only be used for rigshows/events.
     
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    Dot_Kappa 100% Puppet

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    I've already seen such a design but anyway I like to see the way your case is "growing up" :)
     
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    yeah... idea is from h frame and level 10. :D :)
    thanks a lot. :)
     
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    Hi,

    Awesome project, i really like the way you put elements ans the design...

    Following you,:hip:
     
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    Hi Canard,
    Thanks mate.
     
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    This turned out great!
     

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