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Case Mod - In Progress [work-log] Failariel modprojects { Phantom nzxt mod }

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by failariel, 16 Apr 2012.

  1. failariel

    failariel New Member

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    I apologize because I do not speak Spanish and use a translator.
    but still I would like to share my work with all


    good companions.
    I will introduce a mod I am making the case (NZXT phantom)
    work is discussed in both rl and in case mod.
    is trying to hide all the lower to only see the board and especially the rl.
    will be the first time you pull sponsors and already I want to thank them.









    Sponsors already confirmed:

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    Hardware:


    motherboard: Asus Rampage 4 Extreme
    cpu: Intel I7 3820
    ram:To be confirmed
    GPU: nvidia gtx 680
    ssd:eek:cz vertex 3 60gb
    hdd: velociraptor 500gb
    case: nzxt phantom white


    CoolingSystem:

    pumps: koolance pmp-300 y EK-dcp 4,0
    depo: alphacool coolplex p10lt
    radiators: xspc 240rx y aquacomputer pro 240
    fittings: (19/13) bitspower,ek,phoyba,fatboy
    block cpu: swiftech apogee xlt
    block gpu: ek-680 acetal+EN
    backplate gpu:ek 680 backplate
    block ram: koolance block
    block chipset: To be confirmed
    tube: masterkleer 19/13 blanco
    water: mayhems red + biocide

    Ventilation:

    radiator: nidec gt 1850rpm x4
    case: nox red 1500rpm led x4


    sleeving:

    extension atx: 24pin phoyba blancos
    sleeving: all handmade electric sleeving

    Other:

    lcd hitachi
    lcd x2 phoyba temperature
    lcd thermaltake 7º
    cubre bahias lian-li
    mx-4
    white leds



    on Tuesday and began to get material and may be taking pictures.

    I give special thanks to (frank) of canarinfo.com for its treatment and helping me out in my project and for giving much of the hardware.

    and also to (David) of prosilentpc.com to help me out when I needed it most.


    photos will go up and these days
     

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