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Scratch Build – In Progress [Project] Trinity

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by WillFord, 17 Jan 2018.

  1. WillFord

    WillFord New Member

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    Hello everyone,

    This is the start of my build log for [Project] Trinity.

    [Components] (Subject to upgrades as this is my personal rig)
    CPU: FX-8350 @ 4Ghz
    MOBO: Gigabyte GA 970A DS3P
    RAM: 8GB DDR3 1866Mhz HyperX Fury
    COOLER: Hyper 212 evo
    GPU: MSI Armor OC GTX 1070
    PSU: EVGA GQ 650W Semi-Modular
    CASE: Well that's why i have this build log

    [Note] If any companies see any potential in this and want to endorse me with any products please feel free to contact me on here and i will happily show my appreciation throughout the rest of the log and on the final product, Thanks.

    [Idea]
    It is important i give the backstory on this project. This came about when I embarked on a mission to build a PC case as my Design & Tech project for my GCSE course, i had found a suitable specification [Insert here] Therefore please take that into consideration before making suggestions about certain aspects. I will try to keep this updated weekly, with renders currently and build progress as it progresses.
    [Collection of latest renders]

    uploadable render.JPG

    Suggestions are welcome at this point! :)
    Thanks
     
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    [Update]
    Now added fan grills and more angles.
    bittech 1.JPG bittech 2.JPG bittech 3.JPG bittech 4.JPG
     
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    The doubtful decision to blow warm air from the video card down. :eyebrow:
     
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    What sense is put in the top part of the case, besides what it will be very difficult to be made?
     
  5. WillFord

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    It may not be efficient but my card has never had problems In my current chassis, with only one case fan running at 600 rpm.
     
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    How do you plan to get access in the case for service and why on one wall to which fans are fastened there is no perforation?:eyebrow:
     
  7. WillFord

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    There is perforations on both sides? I am yet to do the side panels and fastening for them.
     
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    Sorry, misled by the first image.
     
  9. WillFord

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    Aha no worries, thought I might have included an old render with perforation only on one side.
     
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    And yet, I still heard nothing about wireless fans... Probably I have strongly lagged behind progress... :grin:
     
  11. _Prometheus_

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    And now main issue: and where power supply unit?:eyebrow:
     
  12. WillFord

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    Yeah, thermaltake hooked me up with some prototype renders and and products to use . It's not worth my time to make cables, only to do the cable slots, probably in my next update next week.
     
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    So, the 3D editor you have mastered, now it was necessary to understand how the computer is arranged. Nonsense, you almost at the purpose. :clap:
     
  14. WillFord

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    I'd appreciate if you provided some constructive criticism instead of just bashing my decisions and what I have to work with, as my title suggests it in WIP and the PSU and bracket have not been added.
    Thanks
     
  15. _Prometheus_

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    In yours «mod» doesn't have the idea, there is no sense. And if «Thermaltake» your sponsor, then this mod definitely isn't pleasant to them. Listen to music, read books, the inspiration will come. Don't lower a hand. :dremel:
     
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    Sorry, you consider that I don't bring any constructive criticism? :jawdrop:
    I will read better your subject when it gains couple of tens of comments. Bye bye.
     
  17. _Prometheus_

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    Something the VIP title has become silent... Perhaps has gone to school? (Not to consider this comment). The devil, I am probably the most constructive critic on this website. :eyebrow:
     
  18. WillFord

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    I appreciate you might be but it doesn't seem to be that way on my post, i don't mean to sound aggressive or angry because its not perfect, i know it isn't but maybe make some suggestions? Also may i ask what you mean by the VIP title is/means i don't remember seeing it or anything about it?
     
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    Sorry, perhaps I have too crucially estimated your work. Let's wait still for someone's remarks. (Not to consider this post).
     
  20. WillFord

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    I don't think what you just said even makes sense? And whats with all this 'not to consider this post/comment'?
     

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