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Scratch Build – In Progress [SPONSORED] MK3D by Forsberg Customs

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Forsberg Customs, 10 Feb 2019.

  1. Forsberg Customs

    Forsberg Customs Member

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    Time to start things up again after a little brake since my last build Spegel. This time im doing another scratch build but this time it will be as close as i can make it a 100% 3D-printed. The build is going to be a small case featuring an ITX motherboard and a smaller type of RTX 2060 from Asus called Pheonix. I will continue to post updates on this project in the coming weeks so stay tuned for more and feel free to comment and send PMs.


    Specifications:
    PSU: Silverstone SX650-G ( Sponsored by Silverstone )
    Motherboard: Asus Z370-I
    CPU: Intel i5 8400
    Memory: Team Group Nighthawk 2x8gb ( Sponsored by Team Group )
    Storage: Kingston A1000 480gb M.2 SSD
    GPU: Asus RTX 2060 PHOENIX ( Sponsored by Asus )
    Fans: 2st Silverstone FM182 180mm ( Sponsored by Silverstone )
    Cooling CPU: Cryorig C7 ( maybe the Cu variant )


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  2. Forsberg Customs

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    Update!
    So it has been a couple of weeks since the last update and i have made some progress during this time and i have gotten all the components for the build aswell.

    As you can see i have started to put together the first version of the case to see if all the measurements lined up etc and there was some minor misses that i corrected in the cad later on but it was mostly fine.
    I have started to print the final version of the parts so in the next update you will see that and perhaps some cable making.

    As always, if you have any question feel free to ask me either in a DM or in the comments.

    Thanks to my sponsors for making this possible
    ASUS
    TeamGroup - Global
    Silver Stone

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    Mini update!

    Todays project was to get the cables for the fans sleeved since the ketchup and mustard cables wasnt doing it for me.

    These fans has two additional wires coming from the hub which are use to connect the included fan controller. Since im not going to use those or the included jumper for the connector i cut them off and jumped the connections on the hub instead to minimize wires.

    I have more stuff to show in the coming weeks so stay tuned :)

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  4. kim

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    it's taking shape nicely...I like this design :thumb:
     
  5. Forsberg Customs

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    Thanks Kim! :D
     
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    Update!

    After i sleeved the cables for the fans i decided to make some covers for the back of the fans instead of the stickers.

    Next the GPU shroud and fan needed a makeover to fit the theme of the build. I think it turned out quite nice, what do you guys think ?

    I also decided to delid my i5 8400 to improve thermals and noise. Im well aware that the CPU is locked and this was done only to improve temps and noise since the GPU is mounted so close to the CPU cooler. The temps dropped from 84-85C to 64-65C in Aida64 after 20min.

    Cya!

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