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Case Mod - Complete ⭐ Project: Tweaked Meshify S2

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by TerHorstCustoms, 31 Jan 2020.

  1. TerHorstCustoms

    TerHorstCustoms Member

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    There is still quite a list to do:
    -Mount the frame inside of the case.
    -Testfit the distro + cable management plate.(When its done at the the CNC Guy)
    - Loop prep (Flush rads, mount gpu block, delid cpu)
    - Make loop (all the beding stuff and mounting)
    - Testloop (EK kit)
    - Modify cables to lenght.
    - Fill loop and do a nother leak test.
    - Setup system fully (software)
    - Make photo's and video.
    - Edit video.

    And then I'm about done :)
     
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  2. ifohancroft

    ifohancroft Member

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    Holy..!

    I totally forgot that you are also going to use the case :D
    I say, turn this into a scratch build :D It's awesome even on its own.
     
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  3. TerHorstCustoms

    TerHorstCustoms Member

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    Well I could do that that but then some of the designed stuff will not fit. When I look back at the design now there that might have been a smart thing to do :)
     
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  4. MLyons

    MLyons Half dev, Half doge. Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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    Do you have to take the rads off to get the GPU out?
     
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  5. TerHorstCustoms

    TerHorstCustoms Member

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    With the aircooler I needed to take off one rad to mount it. When its going single slot with a waterblock that shouldnt be needed anymore :) In this case that was fine because it is Just a test fit and getting the system ready for a first boot and install all the software before the blocks go on.
     
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  6. ifohancroft

    ifohancroft Member

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    Yeah, I think it can also be made to look and work amazing on its own. I am starting to see how it would look finished though. It would be ****ing AWESOME!
     
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  7. TerHorstCustoms

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    I guess I'm gonna finish this build the designed way and think about a stand alone version of the frame for a next one :)
     
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  8. TerHorstCustoms

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    New update after I had some extra time during the weekend.
    The frame is mounted inside the case and it fits perfect :)
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    Next up is installing the blocks for the cpu and gpu and start working on the loop :)
     
  9. ifohancroft

    ifohancroft Member

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    It looks ****ing amazing! Those angles kind of remind me of a theater or home theater setup, with the screen in the middle and speakers on the side, angled inwards :D
     
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  10. MLyons

    MLyons Half dev, Half doge. Staff Administrator Super Moderator Moderator

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    god damm that's a sexy build.
     
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  11. The_Crapman

    The_Crapman Don't phone it's just for fun.

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    Fantastic. A clever design and looking great so far.
     
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  12. TerHorstCustoms

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    Thanks :) I'm not sure what does it but those 360's realy look like some speakers.
     
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  13. TerHorstCustoms

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    Thank you! More to come soon :)
     
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  14. TerHorstCustoms

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    Thanks :) Trying to make something fresh looking.
     
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    amazing:clap:
     
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  16. TerHorstCustoms

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    Thank you :)
     
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  17. TerHorstCustoms

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    Update time :)

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    My first delid done on this build

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    Then it was time for some awesome waterblocks

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    And the first testfit with all the block inside the frame. That is mounted to the case after 4 hours of tweaking stuff :worried:
     
  18. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    SNUG
    Oh, man. You still have to sneak the wires in too.
    While getting a foot or a cat in the shot does make you an official BT modder, I think you put way too much work into it. :lol:
     
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  19. kim

    kim hardware addict

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    Splendid, awesome: the idea, the3D renders, the case, your work and the pictures: absolutely flawless and beautiful, you're really talented :wallbash:
    I also spotted out a drooling collection of GPU's on the shelf :grin:
     
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  20. TerHorstCustoms

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    This was a testfit with all the blocks installed. Lets keep it at snug for the gpu with only 1 mm clearance between the end of the card and the new frame :worried:.
    The hardware has to come out at least 2 more time before the final install :lol:. Next big step would be the distro with buildin cable managment. But is a project on its own with 18 custom parts that need to be milled :) . Only found out about the foot in shot after I was done with the photo's, it was all good that angle tho ;)
    After all the hours of designing in CAD I don't mind putting all the hours in, I'm just realy happy that most parts fit like planned :)
     
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