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Case Mod - In Progress The BigAdvanced II !! (in progress : 90% finished)

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Sassanou, 3 Sep 2011.

  1. Sassanou

    Sassanou New Member

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    Hello,

    I present to you my Mod in progress!

    It is based on the renowned CM 690 Advanced II.

    My goal is to create a great original case by assembling two enclosures 690 CM!

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    Creation of a bracket holding the 140 fan

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    fixing the fan

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    Placing a grid on the front panel

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    Creation of a plate to the bottom of the box:

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    Well, front panel finished :

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    There will be 2 rads 360 slim + 1 EK-Multioption RES X2 - 400 Basic tank placed horizontally in front of the rad.

    The first 360 is in place:

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    So little work this week end :

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    Here are the latest changes:


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    Otherwise I worked a little:

    Creation of a ROG logo with plexi :

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    Creation of a sticker to hide the blue of the power supply:


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    Go to the news:

    assembly of 2600K and M IV gene z

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    Creation of home made BP

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    The result in action

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    Here I am !!!!

    The newest things to come are : new PSU (BeQuiet Dark Pro 1200w) and sleeving all the PSU.
     
  2. Sassanou

    Sassanou New Member

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    105 views and not a comment positive or negative?

    Nice... :(
     
  3. Rai

    Rai New Member

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    Interesting idea for the case.

    Where did you get the back plates for the GPUs and the black mesh for covering the fans?
     
  4. mat0tam

    mat0tam Mr I Dont Know What I Want

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    I was skeptical half way down buut... LOOKS CLEAN AND TIDY :) Nice build
     
  5. Krikkit

    Krikkit All glory to the hypnotoad! Super Moderator

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    Looks fantastic to me - what's the height now you've added that section at the bottom? I've been considering something like this for my next case, my Chieftec full tower needs a replacement of equal stature. :D
     
  6. alonso_bistro

    alonso_bistro I'm just looking

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    agreed with Krikkit, looks excellent and very well realised! congrats
     
  7. Sassanou

    Sassanou New Member

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    Already thank you for your answers! :thumb:

    Small precision, sorry for my English but I am French.

    For the height of the box: 71cm ;)

    The backplate is homemade and the mesh from a small hardware store next door to me. :p




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  8. rak500

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    Nice build!

    That is one big build, and it must be a cool one with 840mm worth of rads!

    Don't you find the F12 are not very good for radiators? I got some on my rad and it doesn't seem to push much air through...

    All the best mate! once again, congrats for the build, very clean!
     

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