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Scratch Build – In Progress Project "TJ-UFO" Itx Wc case

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Kone, 2 Jul 2011.

  1. Kone

    Kone New Member

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    Hello there,

    It will not be a worklog (complete worklog you will find here ) This Project is start at 2010/8 and it was almost completed now, But really wanted share it on bit-tech,
    I call it "TJ-UFO" (Like the TJ-07 and MM UFO design for water cool), Sorry i will not write much because i not good at English :p
    Enjoy it and thanks!

    HW:
    I3 530,
    H55N-USB3,
    Gskill F3-12800CL7D-8GBXH,
    MSI GTX460,
    Intel X25-E 64G & OCZ V2 240G,
    Enermax Modu 525W,
    Custom WC Case.

    Wc loop:
    DDC 3.25/XSPC resTop
    ->Feser 120 (1x Yate Loon 120x20mm)
    ->XSPC RX240 (2x GT AP15)
    ->Custom NB Water Block
    ->EK-Supreme HF
    ->EK-FC460 GTX

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  2. KidMod-Southpaw

    KidMod-Southpaw Super Spamming Saiyan

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    Very very nice, I love the brushed look!
     
  3. p0Pe

    p0Pe gief cake?

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    Well what do you know.. One moment you think your going to bed, and then BAM! 15 min later your jaw is on the floor:D

    Wicked work man! The brushed look, the anadozing, basicly the whole thing!

    +rep!

    Edit:

    Oh, and welcome to bit-tech :)
     
  4. AnG3L

    AnG3L Ultimate Modder

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    Welcome to bit-tech bro! This is an amazing, very modern and neat mod! Well done and cant wait to see more from you! :)
     
  5. KoSoVaR^

    KoSoVaR^ Professional Sleever & Modder

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    nice work man, how did u get the thing anodized ???
     
  6. Shael

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    WOW :jawdrop: that is one clean, well designed and finshed case well done :thumb:
     
  7. Knighthammer

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    Wow nice job. I have the same board in the little Lian-Li case you compared against at the end of your posts. I like your case better ;).
    Again - Great Job!
     
  8. Jipa

    Jipa Avoiding the "I guess.." since 2004

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    Superb work! I just love water cooled ITX-builds, and they just don't get much better than this one.

    ...just makes me want to build an ITX-case so bad. Damnit :D
     
  9. Rai

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    Very nice metal work. What drill press / clamp(s) where you using?
     
  10. miahallen

    miahallen Team IRONMODS - World Champions!

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    Oh man that's beautiful.....but beggin for a more powerful GPU :D

    Nice work :thumb:
     
  11. Stem83

    Stem83 Addicted to modding.

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    You sure crammed it all in there good!!! Looks so clean ..
     
  12. Archer

    Archer Talga Vassternich - Deserve Victory

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    /takes note of another awesome SFF build to get ideas from

    :thumb: Very well done!
     
  13. Stark.Jr

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    No need to wright, the pixs talks for them self :D
    awesome built m8 :)
     
  14. MilOk

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    awesome man, like that a lot =)
     
  15. Kone

    Kone New Member

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    thanks gauys. :D


    thank bro, alway keep attention on your Project ;)


    thanks, my friend help me do the anodized, he have the factory do this thing :p


    thanks. :)


    thanks, in fact, at first i want mod that Q08, but the Q08 can't put the 240 Rad, so i give up it.


    thanks and just do it, bro :)


    thanks, it is small drill press and clamp, i do all in my home, my wife hate this all :p


    thanks, can't put more powerful GPU, the GPU PCB very near the compression now,
    maybe the the gtx560, i would try it later.
    btw: nice job on your SG05, i have one before.:hehe:


    thanks :)


    thanks bro, your project give me ideas on new one. ;)


    thanks bro, i like your G5 design, keep the work :thumb:
     
  16. Nitrixflare

    Nitrixflare Building and engineering enthusiast

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    amazing craftsmanship!
     
  17. nathandanielmorris

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    Looks superb, I like the integration of the front IO and has a great finish to boot.
     
  18. jeckulz

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    Great build dude!
    Looks really crammed in there, well done!
     
  19. St3ph

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    :O that's awesome. And I love brushed, black stuff =)
     
  20. Kone

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    thanks all :)
     

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