He again all Bit-Techers! I was unsure if I were to call this a case-mod or a scratch-build. The reason for that is that this case I've built in, will soon be in retail in this exact form! BUT, I'm one of the co-founders of CSFG, the manufactorers of this case and I've been a part of the design of it from day 1. I've been there to design the prototypes, different details etc. Mostly on distance since we're a join effort where it's me from Sweden and my two partners are in Poland. But if you believe it should be under case-mod instead, I'll gladly change the tag. Anyway, the idea with this chassi was to make something new with a very premium feel. It all began with my partner Tomek really who wanted to do a new build, so he was checking out different casemods but found all cases out there to be quite boring and mostly done in cheap sheetmetal. Which ended up with the first prototype which housed a single 360mm radiator. The idea grew and together with Marek, another enthusiast and designer we all created The Crow with the goal to have a piece of art that still had some really badass cooling support in terms of dual pumps and dual 360mm rads. We've been through a few itterations and now the final retail mark 1 case of the Crow has been assembeled. (The case is about to hit retail in Sweden during march). I've done the project as BHB Mods in collaborations with my sponsors so I want to make a huge shoutout to them for supporting me! A HUGE thank you to MSI Nordics for supporting with me everything I could possibly need for this, not only the specific MSI products but every single component! I feel humble for your support. I also want to make a shoutout to Cablemods for the amasing cables you keep supplying me with. The chassis was lasercut in 3mm thick high grade aluminum. It has then been sanded and powdercoated to get a really nice finish. The details are all CNC-milled in the same thick high grade aluminum and then sanded and anodized. The pump-tops for the D5 pumps is our own design and has been CNC-milled in high grade acrylic with a aluminum base. The same thing goes for the distro-plates which sits on two aluminum distances to lift it to the same hight as the D5 pumps and radiators, and to give clearance for LED-strips. Since it's been a super busy and stressful year, I'm uploading the entire logg in 1 go. So here it is! Specs: CPU: Intel i7 10700k @ 5,1Ghz vCore 1,4V Mobo: MSI MEG Z490 Unify GPU: RTX 2080ti (Was supposed to be a RTX 3080, but it still hasn't arrived...) RAM: G.Skill Trident Z Neo 4x8Gb 3600Mhz CL16 Storage: 2xSamsung 970 EVO Plus 500Gb 1xPNY m2 1Tb PSU: Corsair RM750x White Chassis: CSFG The Crow - Retail version Cables: Cablemods Premium White Fans: Corsair QL120x6 Lightning: 6xCorsair LED lightning strips Controllers: Corsair Commander Pro, Corsair Lightning node Pro och Corsair Lightning node Core Watercooling EK Velocity Nickel+Plexi EK Torque fittings black EK D5 pump x2 EK PETG-tubes 12/10mm EK clear pre-mix mixed to purple EK Tempsensor x2 Spectre (CSFG) Pump-top x2 Pinion (CSFG) Distroplate x2 EK Classic PE 360mm x2 Some CNC-milling porn! Parts for the first prototype ready to be assembeled Of course the mandatory parts picture! I just love the unify motherboard! Got 3 of them now! The radiators had to change colors, and here's the old boring GPU-bracket. It's been changed as you can see in the final pictures. I pretty satisfied with the paintjob! I'm going to jump ahead and skip all of the prototype picturs which basically just contains a half-built prototype lacking a GPU since I spent SO long waiting for that 3080. Instead I'll go straight to the finished case with the 2080ti installed and watercooled! I hope you guys enjoyed this! I've sure loved the process!