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Case Mod - Complete ⭐ Project ReVolt- InWin 303c case mod

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by TekRedMods, 30 Nov 2018.

  1. TekRedMods

    TekRedMods New Member

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    Hello Everyone,

    I have been a long time modder however just recently started posting to social media as well as obtaining sponsors. Also this is my first post to bit-tech but looking forward to posting more of my future builds I have planned. This will not be a build log as the build is already finished, I am still in the process of getting the video and photos together but have a few ready for your viewing pleasure. I will be sure to post logs on all other builds :)

    Project ReVolt is a rebuild of an old project that I did that gave me some issues and had to be disassembled. Upon disassembly and reassembly I had more issues that pushed the build off quite some time, that got me to thinking, why not turn it into a completely new build and with all the problems it gave me I thought Revolt would be the perfect name. My favorite color being orange I wanted the color scheme to have orange in it without looking like a Halloween build, so I landed on white and orange with some black here and there. The case I used was provided by InWin and its the 303c model. The way I planned the watercooling loop I thought it would be really nice to be able to see it from the front so I cut out a window. I also made a mid plate to cover up all the holes and front IO cover. The fans are the InWIn Polaris RGB 120mm fans (the plastic version) that I painted to match the build, I also made custom decals for the blades. My goal was to give the build angles and with the case being almost a perfect square I decided to make an acrylic panel to give it just that. I made the panel to fit inside the case so the tempered glass side panel can still be used. I also painted the case with simple pinstripe design to match the inside paint scheme. All the watercooling was provided by Bitspower. I painted the pump/res combo as will as the radiator to fit the white and orange design. The flow indicator was also painted white with the Bitspower logo being clear. The tubing is acrylic crystal link 16mm OD tubing and I just love how it looks with the clear coolant The ram was supplied by Teamgroup and its their T-force Nighthawk rgb edition 32gb @3000mhz which fit the build perfect with the nice angles and orange accents. Overall I am happy with the way it turned out. Would love to hear what you guys think of it as well :)

    Sponsors

    InWin
    Bitspower
    Teamgroup

    Hardware

    Asus Zenith Extreme x399
    AMD Threadripper 1950x
    Asus Strix gtx 1080 ( replacing with a new 1080)
    Teamgroup Nighthawk RGB 32gb @3000mhz
    EVGA Supernova 850 G1+
    Inwin 303c white
    Inwin Polaris RGB (Custom Painted)
    Custom sleeved cables by me



    Watercooling by Bitspower

    TR4 waterblock
    GTX 1080 waterblock
    16mmOD Crystal Link Acrylic tubing
    200mm Res + DC pump combo (custom painted)
    Hex flow indicator (custom Painted)
    360mm x 55mm Radiator (custom Painted)
    delux white fittings, many of them

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    More photos

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    DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤ Well-Known Member

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    Love the colours! Been ages since i took an out side pic they look sooo cool..

    But i'd love to get a pic of that PC in my workshop :naughty:
     
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    Oh for sure lol and there's probably a good reason why, this thing is HEAVY and was work taking it to location lol. I really wish I had a bigger workshop to take nice photos but out doors in japan works well :) thank you and yes if I were close enough Id love some studio photos lol
     
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    Would LOVE to see a Build Log of this case man, it's a similar style to builds from JPModified and Designs By IFR who make some of my favourite case mods.

    keep up the amazing work you have a good eye and skills.
     
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    Dude thank you so much, I have a build log on LTT forums and will be uploading a video to my YouTube channel soon. However there was a lot missing as there was so much going on in the time I was building this I just didn't have as much time to photo or film everything. Corey a Jesse do great work indeed. I also loved the acrylic case you made as well, I saw and commented on the post in LTT I think
     
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    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Very pretty. :D
     
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    DÈF¥âÑt¸.·´¯`¤ Well-Known Member

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    Cheers for the comment over there, somehow I misses this...but it is LTT ...case mods don't get alotta attention .

    I'll check it out tonight
     

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