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Case Mod - In Progress Project "Genesis" Extreme Mod (client build)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Y.G Casemod, 21 Nov 2018.

  1. Y.G Casemod

    Y.G Casemod Extreme modder

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    Greetings to all again.[​IMG]

    Waiting to finish the worklog with the video and the final photos of the Prototype Mechsuit we start with this extreme on a Cooler Master Mastercase Maker 5T.

    Hardware:

    MB: Asus Maximus X Hero.

    CPU: Intel Core I7 8086K Limited Edition (delidded).

    GPU: Asus Strix GTX 1080 TI.

    RAM: Geil Superluce 16 GB (8x2) 3000 MhZ.

    PSU: XFX Pro Black Edition 850 W 80 Plus Gold.

    M.2 SO: Samsung NVMe SSD 960 EVO 500 GB.

    HDD drive storage: Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB.

    Cooler (only CPU): Asus ROG Ryujin 360 (in push / pull configuration).

    Fans: Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 (1x3 pack) Thermaltake Riing Plus 14 (1x3 pack) with software control via bundled USB control unit in both packs.

    Made the premise with all the hardware components we immediately start to see the photos starting from the components in their boxes (which we will see later in detail)

    For the first pictures of the beginning of work I would say to leave with "all the way".

    Completely disassembled the 5T Mastercase Maker 5T.

    Meanwhile, we see the preparation for the cuts of the air intakes of the front and top that will undergo drastic changes.

    I anticipate immediately that this case being in sight will be modded from both sides, then further difficulty of realization given that the wiring must be invisible except obviously the sleeves and little else.

    Stay tuned.

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  2. Y.G Casemod

    Y.G Casemod Extreme modder

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    First step progress.[​IMG]

    Finish the openings on the front panel, I made the supports for the flaps.

    You already notice the extreme aggressiveness that this mod will have.

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  3. Y.G Casemod

    Y.G Casemod Extreme modder

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    Update.[​IMG]

    Ultimate air intake openings also on the top.

    Realization with cutting and shaping of the metal honeycomb grilles for the front and top.

    I work very complicated given the many facets of the original plastic covers.

    All made completely by hand with shears and clippers.

    Stay tuned.

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  4. Y.G Casemod

    Y.G Casemod Extreme modder

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    Update.[​IMG]7

    Realization of all the covers for the internal lining and the panel on the back that will serve to completely hide all the wiring.

    In the photos we will see the phases of realization of the covers starting from the test assembly of the MB and the VGA to see the overall dimensions and the exact position of all the slots for the cables.

    Also worthy of note is the realization of the VGA support bracket which weighs an accident and a half and hung slightly in the test pre-assembly.

    Then we will see all the parts made, finished, satin and ready for painting always in pre-assembly test.

    NB.To the wiring as you can see a niche has been created of which the rear panel / cover is an integral part, dismountable if necessary for all possible interventions and on which a relief cover will be made with the ROG eye and the Mayan pattern with tangential backlighting.

    This particular will not be the only one (then we will see the details and the realization).

    Still a lot to see and a myriad of custom parts still to be realized

    Stay tuned.

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  5. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    Considering the cost of that AIO, why didn't you go for a custom loop? That fan under the pump cover is also extremely loud and annoying.

    Look forward to seeing how it turns out regardless... :)
     
  6. Y.G Casemod

    Y.G Casemod Extreme modder

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    Is a client build, and the customer decided the cooling, not me..;)
     
  7. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    Fair enough. Hopefully they won't hate the noise. :D
     
  8. DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤

    DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤ Active Member

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    I'm a modder and i want to be one of your clients YG :)
     

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