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Case Mod - In Progress [Project Log] "Parvum|Beast"

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  1. BeckModZ

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    It's Build Time Again !!

    Hi Guys,
    since nov-december 2014, I have been working on a case design in collaboration with Parvum

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    Basic idea was to take the Parvum Systems S2.0 case, Re-Design it,
    and build kind of a Monster Blue Energy tribute build :) ..
    I call it "Parvum|Beast" ..

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    Here's Why i ended up building a monster energy drink Tribute machine.


    Well the reason why the monster logo and name plate is used in this build is because the Monster Blue Energy Drink, and Monster Gaming Army is what inspired this build..

    Actually came up with the idea when i was googling the black/blue parvum systems s2.0 case, and was drinking my Blue Monster energy drink.
    And have been wanting to build in a Parvum case for quite some time.
    So I thought to myself, wth, why not build a parvum case inspired by the monster energy drink, and make it look Beastie :) ..
    I mean, people build tribute mods to all kinds of stuff, so why not build a monster tribute machine :)

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    below is the link to the post with a few pics of the original S2.0 case,
    And the 3d renderings of the final design we made :)
    Big Thumbs Up to Justin and the rest of the crew at Parvum Systems for this,
    such great work and such great details !
    These guys can make ANYTHING in Acrylic ! <3

    Everythig in this little beast is going to be watercooled with parts from EKWB.com, and

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    And all the PSU sleeving is from MainframeCustom.com

    Here's a little teaser of what's allready been done, and more to come :) Enjoy

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    Progress Links :

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    Status Updates :

    THE BEAST IS FINISHED!!! FINAL IMAGES ARE UP!!!!

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    Specs for the Parvum|Beast :

    Mobo: Asus Maximus VI Gene z87
    CPU: Intel Core i7-4790k
    PSU: Corsair AX1200i
    Memory: 32 GB of HyperX "Beast" 2133MHz (Obviously )
    GPU: Asus GTX 690 4GB
    SSD's: 120GB Samsung Evo 840, 2 x 250GB Samsung Evo 840

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    Monitor: Asus Swift PG278Q 27" 2560x1440 144hz
    Keyboard: Roccat ISKU FX
    Mouse: Razer Deathadder Chroma
    Headset: Logitech G430 7.1 Surround

    Watercooling Parts :

    Radiators: EK-CoolStream PE 360, and EK-CoolStream PE 120
    Cpu Block: EK-Supremacy EVO - Nickel (Original CSQ)
    Gpu Block: EK-FC690 GTX - Nickel (Original CSQ)
    Mobo Block: EK-MOSFET ASUS M6G - Nickel (Original CSQ)
    Memory Blocks: EK-RAM Monarch X4 - Nickel CSQ and 2 x EK-RAM Monarch Module - Black (2pcs)
    Fittings: Some EK-HDC Fitting 12mm G1/4 - Nickel, EK-AF Angled 2×45° G1/4 Nickel, EK-AF Angled 45° G1/4 Nickel and some EK-AF Angled 90° G1/4 Nickel
    Tubing: Some EK-HD Tube 10/12mm 500mm (2 pcs)
    Pump: XSPC Laing DDC-1T Pro 3.1 (10W) and EK-DDC X-TOP CSQ - Plexi or a Xres Top depends on what looks best
    Reservoir: EK-RES X3 250, or EK-RES X3 150 or EK-RES X3 110, depends on what looks best

    PSU Sleeving :

    Sleeving: LC TELEIOS 4MM SLEEVE and LC TELEIOS 8MM/SATA SLEEVE
    Cable Combs: Alot of clear LC STEALTH CABLE COMBS
    And off cause a connectors, terminals and LC CUSTOM 18AWG WIRE – BLACK ​

    And Alot of other cool stuff, Pics will follow :)

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    Hope you guys like the renders and the design Idea :)

    Will be making step by step pics of polishing, sleeving and everything,
    so that people can see how its all done, and maybe if they dont allready know it, they can

    learn it :)

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    Stay Awesome Bro's,

    BeckModz - Liquid Designs
     
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  3. BeckModZ

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    Parvum|Beast Design Idea and Renders from Parvum Systems​


    Here's the Original Parvum Systems S2.0 and the final render design layout that we agreed on.

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    Hope you like the design :)
    The case has arrived, and i will post pics of the assembly very soon..​
     
  4. BeckModZ

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    Soon to come, pics of all the parts, and assembling the case
     
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  5. BeckModZ

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    Parvum|Beast The Parts For The Case ​


    Here's all the case parts, pics of every single part by it self..

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    I am so amazed by the work Parvum Systems has done! Excellent work guys! <3​
     
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    Parvum|Beast Assembling The Case ​


    Pics of Case assembly, piece by piece.

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    I must say, this turned out even so much more cool then expected !! <3
     
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    Parvum|Beast Design The Hardware​


    Here's pics of all the hardware that's going to get stuffed into this little beast!

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    Next update will probably be of all the watercooling parts <3 ​
     
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    thx alot man :D
     
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    In your initial render, i'm seeing a additional strip with a monitor? Does this mean you're actually modding a Parvum, instead of just getting a pre-modded case and assembling a loop in it? :hehe: Still an awesome build, I have to agree with mad_mic3.. Looks sick! :thumb:
     
  10. BeckModZ

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    hehe, im doing minimal casemodding yes, cutting out acryllic plate to cover the pci slots instead of the white bracket.this because i am going to flip the GPU so the waterblock is upwards. and the strip with monitor is going to be the ssd housing, with lcd display to show water temps, IF i can make it fit somewhere in this little machine : D..
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    This is gonna be awesome with light inside :thumb:
     
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    Woah.. That sounds AWESOME! :D Can't wait to see how this turns out!
     
  13. BeckModZ

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    indeed ! :D .. RGB Led strips with controller has arrived :p ..
    But will probably be the last thing i install :)

    Did some tests with the light, to see how both fluid colors reacted with it..
    are either gonna use ek-coolant uv blue or ek-coolant blood red liquid in it..
    Will throw some liquid in the gpu block "once i get the frosting polished off" and put it under the light,
    and let you guys decide what looks the best :)
     
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    Part 1 of the watercooling parts ​


    Here's the first part of all the cool stuff i got from Coolerkit.dk and Ekwb.com

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    So many awesome things came in from theese guys !.. <3​
     
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    Part 2 of the watercooling parts ​


    Here's the second part of all the cool stuff i got from Coolerkit.dk and Ekwb.com, also a reservoir sleeve from redharbinger.com

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    AWESOMENESSSSSSS <3 I love watercooling parts !​
     
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    Part 3 of the watercooling parts - The Fittings ​


    Here's all the fittings that i will be using in the machine,all from Coolerkit.dk and Ekwb.com

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    Next update will probably be either some light teste of the RGB Led's that will be mounted in the case, or some pics of Polishing the Waterblocks​
     
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    The sleeving has arrived ​


    Here's the sleeving and some extra cool stuff from Mainframecustom.com <3<3

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    Absolutely in love with the blue colored sleeving, looks so sweet!. Cant wait untill i get to the sleeving part!​
     
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    The Polished EKWB Waterblocks ​


    So i just finished polishing the "Frosting" of the waterblocks, and i must say it looks SOOOOOO much better this way :D
    I was recording video when i polished the last block, but the camera fell on the floor :D ..
    so no video at this time, but will make one later so you guys can see how its done :)

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    Cant wait to see how it looks with liquid in them.. ! Will take some pics later with the blocks filled up and under different light :)
     
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    The Liquid & Light Test ​


    Okay so first i tried both the UV Blue and the Blood Red Ekoolant in a few blocks, and i really like both colors alot.
    But then i put it under light, "sorry for the low quality, hard to catch the real life colors on camera".
    and i tried all kinds of colors, and ended up with white or dark blue as favorites "Last 2 images".
    Also I am now pretty sure that i wont be using the Blood Red, just reacted really bad under all the lighting.

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    What do you guys think? and again sorry for the poor image quality with lights on.
    I personally think the blue liquid reacts really nice under light, and think it will be dark blue or white led, "Last 2 images".​
     
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    Installing the waterblocks ​


    Here's the waterblock installing, as you might notice i did not install the monarch x4 block on the memory yet, i will do this in a later post, when i mount the blocked mobo into the case :) pics will follow!

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    Theese polished blocks just look so amazing ! cant wait to see it all with liquid in it ! <3
    You might notice that after i blocked the pump and put on the nickel housing, I just HAD to sleeve those cables,
    i am NOT a fan of the original black,blue and yellow cables :D So i took my time and sleeved them in the colors i will be using in the build later on.​
     

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