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Case Mod - In Progress Project: Corsair 700D R.O.G 'R US {Completed}

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by ColdzeroTeam, 9 Dec 2010.

  1. ColdzeroTeam

    ColdzeroTeam New Member

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    700D R.O.G 'R US

    Case: Corsais 700D Re Coated hi Quality Black (Corsair Powder Coating Suck).
    PSU: Corsair Ax1200w
    Motherboard: Asus Rampage 3 Extreme
    CPU: Corei7 980X D0
    Memory: Gskill Trident 2000mhz
    HDD: 3X SSD Corsair 120gb
    Graphics Cards: 3x XFX GTX 480 in Tri-Sli

    Water Cooling:
    CPU: Enzotec Stealth
    Graphic Cards: 3x EK for Gtx480(Nickel)
    Pump: 2X Laing MCP 350.
    Radiator: Thermochill PA 1.480 + 2x 1.240
    Reservoir: Ek Bay Dual Spin
    Fittings: Enzotec Conpression Fiting G1/4" 16/10 black
    Coolant: Tap Water (To keep The Costs Down :p) :D
    Fans: Noiseblocker XL2
    Sleeving: Sleeving Coldzero

    Photos to come soon
     
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  2. ColdzeroTeam

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    News

    NEWS

    Case has been pretty much done from scratch. Midplate and mb tray done in black mate plexy to better suite our needs for this machine, and to loose the dreadfull black rubber cable management thingies we hate so much :p

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    Motherbord Tray, based on our Tj07 products, but with some minor upgrades, like a cpu cover and back-side engravings.

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    Radiator compatiment, completely separated from the upper zone which as been proven in the tj07 to work very well. we will also create some filters and some extra surprises for this area later on :p
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    Graphics Backplate, like the one we did a while ago for Namco's project, this time for Nvidia. The logo color chosen for this was red, to comply with the overall color scheme.
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    Top grill in a prototype stage, here shot without the ROG logo in red and white plexy, very simular to the assembly we use on our backplates.

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  3. Editor22

    Editor22 E22 | Hex-Gear

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    Wow that back plate looks fantastic! Really great to see another professional team posting some logs :)
     
  4. k.3nny

    k.3nny Active Member

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    Its gonna be a clean case :D!
     
  5. ColdzeroTeam

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    NEWS 10-12-2010

    The Graphics Cards


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  6. ColdzeroTeam

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    Thanks, we will do our best to impress every one

    All the cables will be hiden

    Best Regards

    Coldzero Team
     
  7. StonieX

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    Very nice work! The back plates are awsome ;)
     
  8. ColdzeroTeam

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    The hot-swap hdd case

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    now with motherboard tray in place...

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    Never mind the fact that the mid plate is bowed, it's only a temporary assembly for pics :p

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    hope you like it :p
     
  9. djzic

    djzic Bokehlicious!

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    Sweet!
     
  10. mav2000

    mav2000 In Training

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    Very nice...this is looking even better than I thought.
     
  11. Archtronics

    Archtronics Well-Known Member

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    That harddrive bay looks sweeet as, brillant attention to detail.
     
  12. ColdzeroTeam

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    I feel inadequate... In a good way! subbed
     
  14. InfernoZeus

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    Looks sweet!

    How do you secure the HDDs once they're slid in? I'm interested in doing something similar but don't want them to be loose.
     
  15. ColdzeroTeam

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    they "click" and since they are horizontal, they're not gonna go anywhere.
    But we've been thinking of a better solution which includes an anti-vibration system, to make this system perfect.
     
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    Great work, likeing them custom backplates
     
  18. Baekkel

    Baekkel Picky Picture Villian

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    looks awesome!!

    With all that custom gear..
    I would love to see a Custom 3-way SLI bridge. (plz plz make it nizzle ^^ )
     
  19. rayson

    rayson Damn sure it was legal

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    every little attention to detail you have done make this casemod look amazing
    if I had the money I would buy that of you
     
  20. ColdzeroTeam

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    you mean this??

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    a few more photos...
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