If this one comes off as good as it currently looks in my head I’ll struggle to hand it over to Zotac once its finished tbh. A little background. While out at CeBIT I was shown the new logo and livery for Zotac which to be fair hasn’t changed a great deal but is now more pleasing on the eye by softening the actual logo font but the main difference is the addition of honeycomb effect which can be seen on the large image on the new GTX295 retail box. I instantly knew what I wanted to do but actually doing it is another matter. The basic plan is to turn a ATCs 840 into a giant retail Zotac box without all the smaller logos or specific card branding so newer cards can be added as they evolve without having to re-brand the entire case and also to incorporate the Zotac Nitro so the cards can be instantly overclocked on the fly. The main problem is I can’t airbrush so i'm on the lookout for a professional airbrush artist to take care of the paintwork. Before I’m able to get the case to the painter its down to me to get the chassis stripped and chopped to mount a GTX240 in the base and also to get the Nitro hard mounted into the alu front section then its all off for powder coating followed by wet sanding to get a nice base for Pete at DP CustomPaint to work his magic. Anyway a few images for now……….