Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by coolmiester, 16 Feb 2005.
Looks ok? its the best thing i have seen in a long time
I noticed in some of the shots it just looks like transparent green, not UV green. That's a really cool effect. It would definately set it apart from the norm a bit more, since UV green is definately one of the more used watercooling colors. Like a slightly darker version of the acrylic backlight LEDs.
Well being polished and as bright as the case is I would think the brighter green would acsent it more. Also remember the window is tented, so the darker green wouldnt show through as nice as a bright eletric green would. Keep it up Cool, looking awesome. Any plans for the other 5.25" drive bays? Maybe dremel out Coolmiester in one of the covers and put uv green plexi behind it? And UV led's
How did I know an LED mod was coming I think the green colour is perfect
Are the graphic cards straight? I would think not because of the weight of the GPU blocks.
Well, if you ask me... it looks great
Just an idea, have you considered LED modding that pressure meter?
the green is good imo. its subtle and fits in with the green water
Glad to see you used my idea of the knobs from maplin Paul , loving the project cya again mate
Sorry Dean_j2001.........i did try to link back and thank you for the suggestion but couldn't find ya post
Appreciated anyway......they worked a treat
hey coolmeister, absolutley love the case . I have an antec p160 case, and im thinking of polishing it up like your wavemaster. the only problem is that the whole front is plastic. Any ideas how i would get it as shiny as the rest?
OK..........just to get those little knobs on the fan controller to fit properly i had to resculpture the inside of the door which took an age (by hand) until i got a lend of a Black & Decker power file.............seriously i nearly went through the whole door
Anyway it looked a bit distressed there on the inside especially when the door was open as the reflection of the drive bays was pointing straight at the inside of the door so i thought it would be best to paint it..........6 coats of primer and 6 coats of aluminium paint later and it looks pretty much like this...
That looks beautiful! dont add any more led's imo gives it a really nice 'glow' Looks very nice mate
Super Shiny - Droooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool
What aluminium paint are you using? Where did you get it?
its not paint its just been highly polished
jesus christ, sweet child o'mine that one cool mod
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Gainward Nvidia 6800 Ultra X2, 1000$
One sweet ass mod by Coolermiester, Priceless
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