News Stealthlow by Wayne Wilkinson

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  1. CardJoe

    CardJoe Freelance Journalist

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  2. jimmyjj

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    Totally awesome.
     
  3. yassarikhan786

    yassarikhan786 Ultramodder(Not)

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    I read through the whole log before I joined the Bit-tech community and I was amazed at how awesome it looked and the amount of time and effort put into it. I could tell from his log that he is a perfectionist and it payed off in the end.

    Congratulations to Wayne on a jawdroppingly brilliant scratch build and a definite contender for MOTY.
     
  4. mongpong

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    looks stunning!
     
  5. l3p

    l3p www.^.nl

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    Love this build with copper accents!
     
  6. Razer2007

    Razer2007 Building Proxima

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    Nice front page pimpage Wayne!! Thanks for sharing you mod on Losias.net too!
     
  7. KidMod-Southpaw

    KidMod-Southpaw Super Spamming Saiyan

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    I've spent this year following stealthlow with great shock to be honest. I didn't think Wayne could top air cube and I was wrong! I was so impressed, I had Wayne make me some copper fan frames for my own project.
    Wayne- I've spent a year with my jaw at the floor, only now can I collect the flabby skin and go for surgery. Thanks a lot.
     
  8. Fizzban

    Fizzban Man of Many Typos

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    Totally brilliant. The results people out there can achieve are truly mind blowing. Puts the big name system builders to shame every-single-time. I never tire of seeing these beautiful creations.
     
  9. Krayzie_B.o.n.e.

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    Totally gorgeous! why no optical drive? i know they are ancient but i still have a slight need for one!

    anyway i have my checkbook handy........so How much is gonna cost me for this awesome tower cause i seriously want this!
     
  10. paisa666

    paisa666 I WILL END YOU!!!

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    Just awesome... been following this buils and its just stuning!!
     
  11. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    Thank you Antony, Joe & all at bit-tech cheers :clap::thumb:.

    Cheers Jimmyjj, yassarikhan786, mongpong, l3p :).

    Cheers Razer & happy to be on board there mate :).

    :hehe: Cheers KidMod matey :thumb:.

    Thanks Fizzban, true if I can get into making things like this anyone can get into making things & if they get keen on it with an undying enthusiasm for it they can progress nicely :).

    :hehe: Must be a good stealth drive then :D it has full size dvd-rw just above the bottom front fan grill :thumb:.
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    I'm still learning though & only been focusing on my fabrication skills so far, I still think I'm 1 or 2 cases away from making any to sell, if I'm to sell them I want to get faster at producing cases but also keep the quality high so I could keep the prices reasonable.

    I said during the log that I wouldn't try the solid pci/io piece again but I will & am confident my future ones will be spot on :).

    Thank you paisa666 :thumb:.
     
  12. Herodj95

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    Fantastic Job Wanio! :D
     
  13. Jake123456

    Jake123456 Surprise!

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    Did this fall from Heaven?...


    It just looks epic..
     
  14. p0Pe

    p0Pe gief cake?

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    A-friggin-mazing!

    Waynio, I love this mod:D So well done, and all the details nailed PERFECT!
     
  15. phinix

    phinix RIP Waynio...

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    Fantastic build, beautiful finish, full of details, great job!
     
  16. coolmiester

    coolmiester Coolermaster Legend

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    Really refreshing seeing good old fashioned skill with hand tools these days rather than the easier route.

    Well deserved front page feature and a great read :thumb:
     
  17. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    I probably can't add more to whats already been said, this really is a work of art. also I've said it to Wayne in his log, that this for me is top 3 in the MOTY, I think it's good enough to win it...

    Absolutely brilliant, top modding Wayne.
     
  18. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    Thanks Herodj95 :).

    :hehe: Cheers Jake :D.

    Thank you p0Pe :D still got a lot of thinking to do for if I can progress with air cooling or to go with water for my next, resisted for so long that maybe it's time to progress & learn something new :D it's always been the maintanence that's put me off water cooling so if I can work out a super easy maintanence rig for water then I'll do it for my next big project :D but my next project will be a nice compact htpc, itching to have a dabble with mini itx & I wouldn't mind having a low powered net/media rig for every day computer stuff & keep a nice gaming rig purely for gaming & designing :).

    Thanks phinix :thumb: :lol: our rigs have similar power but yours is so nice & compact so yours is another one which makes me want to try out mini itx :) it is nice having the option of adding another gpu though if I ever wanted to but then again you could add a 590 if you ever needed crazy gpu power :D.

    Thanks coolmiester :) I like all approaches really but I stick with what I can afford :D it's way cheaper for me to use normal tools & can always use them in future projects unlike paying a load to a pro place where the only thing I'd gain from it is a good case, it's actually a nice satisfying feeling progressing skills also so I've come to enjoy that part a lot :dremel: like progressing through an awesome game but 1 without an ending :D but man if people can get access to the sweet machines then good for them & it's always good to see people pushing what the machines can do with sweet designs :) I reacted badly to seeing advanced machined projects in the past when I was quite new to modding but got all of that well out of my system & just like all forms now ranging from cardboard wonders all the way through to industrial awesomeness :thumb:.

    :blush::D Thanks Jeff mate, I'm just excited to see all the awesome completed projects of the year all together for an awesome overload blitz, makes me dizzy :lol::D I might pass on voting though as it will be sooooo tough to pick a top 3 out of 20 or way more :jawdrop: or just pick out the ones I enjoyed following the most through the year :).
     
  19. Angel OD

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    The more I see it, the more I like it! :thumb:
     
  20. bulldogjeff

    bulldogjeff The modding head is firmly back on.

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    Last year I voted for Attillas build Air cube and Purple rain for what went in to them and for the simple reason that the end product was athletically pleasing...Simples
     
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