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Case Mod - Complete Raz3r D3sk - Finished! - Final video online

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by l3p, 21 Sep 2013.

  1. l3p

    l3p www.^.nl

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    Been busy lately with cleaning up and refreshing the original 'L3p D3sk'. (Yes it's still alive!)

    Since Cross is completely tested .. well .. I have an empty prototype here.

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    So I thought .. why not create my own ultimate gaming and overclocking dream.
    This time with a fully acrylic pipe loop, Bitspower fittings and .. off course in UV green.
    Also moved the desk to my 'modcave'.

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    Will use a lot of components from previous projects and ... ALL fittings I have here + some extra.
    Going to do what I love to do .. just fool around with UV and play with the loop :)

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    There will be some surprises in this build ;)

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    The outcome may differ from the renders.
    Also please don't post pictures from my facebook here, it might be ahead sometimes from the buildlogs :)

    Hardware:

    Cross by Red Harbinger (early prototype)
    DimasTech® Bench Table Hard
    Intel i7 4770K²
    Asus Maximus Formula VI²
    Asus GTX690²
    Asus GTX680
    Asus 23? MX239H³
    Corsair Dominator GT 16GB Quad 2133Mhz²
    Corsair Neutron 240GB²
    Corsair Neutron GTX 120GB²
    Corsair Gaming Audio SP2500
    Cooler Master V Series V1000²
    Razer DeathStalker Ultimate - Ouroboros - Orbweaver - Tiamat - Vespula - Orochi

    Laing D5 x4
    TFC Admiral 360³
    Gelid Wing 12 UV Green x16
    Lamptron CW611²
    Mayhems 10 Ltr Ultra Pure H2O
    Mayhems UV Laser Green Dye
    Bitspower Black Sparkle Fittings
    Bitspower Crystal Links
    Bitspower Clear Plexi Blocks
    UV Green acrylic 2m²


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  2. imersa

    imersa Parvum Princess

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    Well this will be one to watch of course :D
     
  3. Primum Agmen

    Primum Agmen New Member

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    Sub'd, your builds are always fascinating. :D

    So one motherboard running a 680, the other running SLI'd 690s?
     
  4. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    Looks like this is going to be a cracking build! Subbed. :)

    Which part of Holland are you in? That house looks to be massive if that's your "play area".
     
  5. flame696

    flame696 Terminating People Since 1980....

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    what a place you have there soo jealous! Going to be watching this one very closely
     
  6. atc95

    atc95 I have the upgrade bug!

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    Off to a great start as always. Business idea, you should open your mod cave up as a museum of awesomeness :D
     
  7. meandmymouth

    meandmymouth Well-Known Member

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    This will be interesting!
     
  8. l3p

    l3p www.^.nl

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    Thanks imersa, same for your projects :D

    Thanks mate and yep, one will run 690's the other a single 680.

    Thanks Dutch dude! :)
    Well .. for Dutch standards it's a normal 'row house?'
    However I used the entire attic for my hobby :)

    Thanks guys, enjoy! :)

    Thanks! I already had some people here for a nice coffee/beer :thumb:
     
  9. B NEGATIVE

    B NEGATIVE All Hail Kim Jong Magoo!

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    Subbed purely for the ridiculousness of it.

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  10. myrizzle

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    The dutch strikes again! Subbed. Popcorn poppin' :)
     
  11. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    I know exactly what you're on about. I didn't realise it was in the attic. That's pure win! :)

    Can't wait to see this build come together.

    Snel man, snellll! :D
     
  12. Phame

    Phame COOOOFFFFEEEEE

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    :D I like Peter, I like!!!
     
  13. Sn00k3r

    Sn00k3r Member

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    Wuhuuu, DeskMod..! i'll watch this :thumb:

    subbd :D
     
  14. jackjack

    jackjack New Member

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    Another awesome build :)
     
  15. suragh

    suragh Derp

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    This is going to be insane! Following this build.
     
  16. tekonivel

    tekonivel Member

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    HAHA! Enough parts to build a table and computer in it.
    Craziness! Will be fun to follow.
     
  17. Egami

    Egami Why is the dremel on fire?

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    Yup. Sub me along. :thumb:
     
  18. MODZERO

    MODZERO Active Member

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    Wow, look at all those goodies. Can't wait to see more.

    J.
     
  19. siliconfanatic

    siliconfanatic Johny-come-Lately

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    Subbed for all the epic WIN that is sure to follow!
     
  20. l3p

    l3p www.^.nl

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    Thank you all for following this project :)
    You can't imagine how much I appreciate all the replies! :thumb:


    I already got the question a few times "Already have an update?" and "When will it be finished?"
    No idea, I'm not competing in casemod competitions. (Wouldn't be fair with all the sponsoring imo) and
    I do this as a hobby next to 2 jobs and a family.
    So I'll be looking for a spot to do something constantly as the other 3 'things' are more important.
    And also the question "Why so many sponsors?"
    No idea, they just want to help on this project. Would you say no? :)
    It's certainly no full sponsored build by the way, had to save up for it bigtime.
    Anyway .. I'm happy, they're happy .. hopefully you too :)
    Preparing this build started very slowly even before the Parvum build.
    So testing and choosing certain products.


    Different kinds of UV green acrylic.

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    And off course some tests with Mayhems coolant/dyes.

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    The fans, Gelid Wing 12 UV Green

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    and some UV lights added.

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    One of the best packages I ever got.

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    But more about that an other time :)

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    It's about the different Radguards I'm going to use now.

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    Will be using the acrylic version behind the aluminum to create an illuminated edge.

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    Works great with the UV leds on it :)

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    Meanwhile playing around with a DSLR from a colleague.
    Finally after 3 years got myself a Canon 600D!

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    Best looking radiators I had in my hands till now.
    Thanks Martin!

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    The Cooler Master V1000's, Lamptron CW611's and the ssd's from previous projects.

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    Got one of these in my own pc now too. JonnyGuru approved :)

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    2 controllers for 2 separate pc's.

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    So .. lets play with the rads, fans and UV leds.

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    The effect I want to have. Still need to get a lot more UV/blue ledstrips.

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    Stickers gone.

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    24 x M4 hex bolts later. (For just one rad)

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    I have hidden one small UV ledstrip inside the Radiator.

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    Still in doubt if I'm also going to use a ledstrip all around the desk aiming downwards.
    Will do good to the rest of the UV active material.

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    The 'double' Radguards.

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    The ones in the back will need to be modified because there are no 480 acrylic radguards.

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    Lovely to work like this :p

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    Till the next update!
     

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