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  1. Hi guys. This mod, which is my first mod, i am doing because i love modding and i decided to do my own mod. This mod is made for my new PC to fit in because i my old case can't fit my new GPU and I want to have something unique. The Mod will be ROG themed. I will post my works here and ask some questions as i am a newcomer in modding.
  2. About the project For "falqoon one" I wanted to do an open chassis build. Making every hardware part of the build completely visible. I'm a hardware enthusiast, so I like to really like to look at it. I've designed the base of the build, and the rest will take shape while building. The downside of this, that everything of the build needs to be very tidy! While everything is visible, the cables, or at least the middle section of every cable will be hidden inside the 3cm thick frame. I also designed this build not specifically for this hardware. Meaning, that I can swap the motherboard, gpu etc without effecting the cable routing etc for these parts. The motherboard will have 1cm standoffs, so all the motherboard cables will go underneath so routing will be always as tidy as possible. It's not my idea to make Christmas out of it, so it will not be a fully RGB build. In the end it may have some lighting, but only to complement the build. Hardware Current hardware list for this build: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 AMD Radeon 5700 ASRock B450M Pro4 16GB Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Kingston A2000 1TB Corsair AX860i pci-e 3.0 x16 riser cable * red is still needed/wanted Water cooling Current water cooling list for this build: Corsair SP 120 fans (4x) Alphacool NexXxos ST30 240 radiator (2x) Alphacool NexXxos XP cpu waterblock Alphacool compression fittings Alphacool VPP655T pump AMD Radeon 5700 waterblock Reservoir (tube / pump top combi) Flex tubing Hard tubing Hard tubing fittings Other fans * red is still needed/wanted Materials The most of the build will consist of aluminium. I will use aluminium square tubes for the frame, and aluminium sheets for the motherboard tray / back. Besides aluminium, a friend of mine has made his 3D printer available to me. This means that I will try to design some cool 3d printed parts as well, and try to make them look factory made by sanding them down and spray painting them. Sponsors Currently, this build is not sponsored yet, but I'm definitely open for a partnership. Photography As my biggest hobby is Photography, it will play a big role in this build as well. However, product photography is new to me, my usual shots are about motorsport and landscape. I'll try to do my best for you guys! The camera and lenses that i will use for this build is as following: Nikon D500 Tokina 11-20mm 2.8 Nikon 50mm 1.8 D Studio At the end of the build (or maybe even in between) I will do the final shoot in the studio. While I don't have a studio, I will turn my living room upside down, set up the studio lights etc.
  3. First post. Happy to be here. Thought I'd share our latest creation here on LTT. This is a scratch built case comprised of acrylic. The front and rear of the case is a distro plate as well as the motherboard panel is a full reservior. Below are the parts used in the build. Hope you all enjoy it as much as we did creating it. Specs: AORUS X570 Extreme AMD Ryzen 9 3950X ASUS Republic of Gamers Strix RTX 2080Ti OC ASUS Republic of Gamers Thor 1200w PSU G.SKILL Trident Z RGB 64GB 4x16gb Aquacomputer AirPlex Modularity 480mm x2 Aquacomputer High-Flow Flow Sensor EK Water Blocks X3M 120mm RGB fans x8 Ek Water Blocks Magnitude for AM4 in Nickel/Plexi EK Water Blocks Vector Strix Nickel/plexi EK Water Blocks Torque 16mm HTC fittings EK Water Blocks Loop Connect EK Water Blocks DDC Pump Cooler EK Water Blocks DDC 3.2 PWM Pump Mayhems Solutions Ltd Silver Aurora FX coolant and Blue Dye MAINFrame Customs LLC Teleios Sleeving in Electric Blue, Silver, Carbon Fiber, and Black/silver Case was scratch built and made from clear and gloss black acrylic by us here at Innovative-Mods
  4. Introduction Scratch built case specifications: 7.23L excluding raised sidepanels 8.97L including raised sidepanels 100% anodized CNC milled aluminum structure - main structure will be entirely 12mm panels - inside structure will be 3mm panels 2x 4mm thick tinted tempered glass panels Entirely assembled with metric countersunk- and metric thumb-screws Hardware specifications: Custom modded Asus X470-i motherboard AMD Ryzen 7 2700x CPU 2X8GB of 3GHz G.Skill TridentZ RGB Gigabyte GTX 1070 MINI ITX OC 8GB Samsung 512GB 950 PRO M.2 NVME SSD 450W G-unique Archdaemon + unlimited brick combo as power supply Watercooling loop: Alphacool Eisbaer LT solo Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 triple 80mm X-Flow Radiator (3x) Noiseblocker NB-BlacksilentPRO PCP 4-pin PWM 80x15mm fans Exclusively low profile koolance fittings Koolance QD3 quick disconnect fitting for filling, topping off, and draining Worry not, for the build log will soon begin! Thanks to Josh of NFC for lending me his beautiful skyslot design for this project!
  5. Hi all. I'm committing to an idea that I've had for a long long time: building a gaming PC inside a vintage Millennium Falcon toy. I'm calling the project "The Kessel Run" for very nerdy reasons: Here's the toy as it arrived at my place (note: that's the guy who I got it from, not me if you were interested). It's not mint and it's not the original 1977 model... all good things considering what I'm gonna do to this sucker's vintage toy status. The plan is to not only fit a computer in it, but to wall mount it on a flying mount like those used for TVs. For that reason, I'm going to be building a metal skeleton into the toy first, then using that skeleton to mount the PC to. That way, 30ish year old plastic isn't responsible for the safety of hundreds of dollars of tech. Of course, before I can even start adding a skeleton to the interior of this thing, I have to make as much room inside it as possible. Let's open her up: The interior space is pretty ok, but considering that I'm fitting square pegs in a round hole here, mini ITX is gonna have to be the way to go. Height is about 4.25" (108mm) at the center, and about half that at the edges of the disc area. Time to do some preliminary Dremel work! Oh yeah. Now it's practically roomy in there. Room for like, all the computers. I know this is a pretty cursory beginning to the build log, but I wanted to show off the concept. Let me know what aspect of the build you'd like to hear about next and I'll oblige. I'm pretty stoked about my concept for the metal skeleton though. I might cover that soonish.
  6. Hello, Its time again for a new build and this time I am going to use my favorite material, wood! After lots of planning I decided it was going to be another ITX build that would still fit at least one 240mm radiator and long graphics cards if thats what I choose to go with. The plan is to use closed watercooling loops for both CPU and GPU to make future upgrades easier. Ive seen quite a few wood builds over the years but nothing that really felt like me so this will be my version, should also be quite obvious what case I was inspired by Huge thanks to bequiet! and Asrock for helping out with the hardware for this build! And here are a few 3D renders
  7. Project: Xyla is a personal custom project of mine that I have been designing for some time now. This was my first time using a 3D modeling software and as much as I enjoyed designing it, I am eager to actually start building now. It is a scratch DIY PC desk build so this will take some time as I want knockout any imperfections as I go. Overall it is my third computer build and my first custom water cooled system as well. I’ve done tons of research on the dos and don’ts of watercooling so in theory, I shouldn’t run into any problems (major ones at least). I’ve always had a big interest for DIY anything, but more so for computer technology and such. It’ll be a fun project, modding is always fun. It took me a few months+ to design this... Sad to say that long (first time using SketchUp ever) but I went in detail about literally everything in here (I will post more pictures down the road). I wanted to make a "manual" for myself when I start building this project. As for assembly for the desk, the main parts will be CNC milled and every other part will be done with power tools and a touch of pixie dust. I’m going to stain the legs dark, carbon fiber wrap the desk’s “guts and skin”, and paint everything else matte black. The glass will be custom cut and tempered for durability. I will be using MDPC-X for sleeving all PSU cables and other computer wires to make cable management as easy and as pretty as possible. All other visible wires (fans wires, LED wires, etc.) will be in accordance with this colorway as well. I have received my MDPC sample kit and these cable sleeves are stunning! I can't wait to start sleeving these. I am pretty patient when it comes to building anything but if there seems to be any flaws or something that seems like it wouldn’t work, please feel free to let me know. I am open to your beautiful minds. PC Components CPU: Intel 8600K* Cooling: EKWB Cooling MOBO: Asus ROG Strix Z370-E** RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB 3000MHz GPU: Asus ROG Strix 1080 Storage: Samsung 960 Evo 250GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD Samsung 850 Evo 250GB SSD Samsung 850 Evo 500GB SSD Seagate 2TB FireCuda Gaming SSHD PSU: Corsair HX1000i 80+ Platinum Keyboard: Corsair K70 Lux RGB Mouse: Corsair M65 Pro Headset: Corsair Void Pro RGB Monitor: TBD (haven't decided, would like your opinion) Desk Components TBD *Awaiting Cannon Lake/Ice Lake - also depends if it’s worth to get or not. **May change if Z370 chipset does not support Cannon Lake or Ice Lake (most likely won’t support) Overall, this project is not immediate as I expect it to take over a couple to several months with my available free time.
  8. I'm building another small form factor PC, this time in a 4.2 liter case that can fit a short GPU. This case was 3D printed by a third party supplier, using Markforged One printer and Onyx filament. This filament is more expensive than most FDM filament, but it's also a bit tougher than ABS plastic with some more flex to the material. The motherboard tray is in two parts due to print area limits of the printer. Not sure yet whether to stick with that or use acrylic for the tray. Top and side vented panels will be made of acrylic. Full album: https://imgur.com/a/70Ple3U You can see that the top piece of the motherboard tray is still missing. Once I get this piece in the right dimensions I could add all the main components to the case. Afterwards, I can get the side panels made and finish the build. Here are the specs of the case: Material: Onyx (vinyl with carbon fiber) and 3mm acrylic Dimensions: 199mm x 200mm x 105mm (4.18L) Motherboard: Mini ITX GPU: max length 175mm, dual slot SSD support: m.2 plus 1x 2.5" (on the bottom) CPU cooler: max height 39mm PSU: Internal DC-DC only, or Meanwell 200w
  9. This is my first custom mod so it isn't going to be perfect. Here we go.... I got a desk from ikea a while back my pc sat under it and there was a mass of cables and not much room. I kept looking at the shelves I have triple monitors so both are partially blocked so I decided to build my pc in to it
  10. Gentlemen, it's happening: I have a week off work and I'm building a new version of my scratchbuilt case I made two years ago. I love it, it was a really good first attempt... but it wasn't without its faults so now, I'm going to rectify these problems. For the original one you can check my signature. Here's a short list of what's been changed from last time: -support for three 140mm intake fans instead of four 120mms -support for an additional 140mm intake fan in the bottom instead of two 120mm exhausts -an attempt to support up to eATX motherboards, and also a Raspberry Pi -a dedicated fan mount for cooling motherboard VRMs -two 120mm exhaust fan mounts in the rear instead of one -moved PSU down to the bottom of the case instead of the top -much better sound mufflers (hopefully; time will tell) -support for up to 24 SSDs (not that I will use that many obviously but this is just for giggles) -watercooling support for a 420mm, a 140mm, a 280mm and a 240mm radiator simultaneously (will be aircooling for the foreseeable future though) -support for adding an SD card reader. Trust me, this thing is going to be just as big as the last one, which comfortably outsizes a Corsair Obsidian 900D. And almost entirely made of MDF. I'm at the FabLab right now waiting for one of the laser cutters to become available Stay tuned.
  11. Pictures to follow along with --->https://imgur.com/a/a759D About a 2 weeks ago I decided that My current setup was decent, but it could be better. So I hopped into sketch up and started designing myself a new case that would take form, function, and durability all into account. I purposefully made this case smaller than my current case as I only have a ssd and I hdd, and the wasted space in hard drive cages could be removed. With this in mind I opted for a square case I had designed with rounded corners, and black reflective acrylic on either side. Once the design phase was done and I had made sure that there would be adaquite clearence for both the graphics card cooler and for my motherboard. I then set off to find lumber. The wood that I picked for this project was actually hand cut beech wood from my great grandfather's property. I chose this due to its lighter color that would contrast with the black side panel nicely. After obtaining this I went out to my shop and started preparing the wood. Dimensions were drawn on and io panels were planned. Once I had the majority of my initial boards laid out I took it to the table saw and sabre saw to cut them to spec. The hardest part of this step was cutting the io and power supply holes as they needed to be very exact for my old case-back to fit snugly, this required alot of sanding. Following the cutting of the 4 outside boards I cut a 16×16 inch board to mount the motherboard onto. This was placed in channels that were cut into the side boards aswell as the top and bottom in order to give the case some structural rigidity. When cutting these channels for the mother board mounting panel, I also cut the groves for my two pieces of acrylic to slide into (which turned out to be the exact width of my table saw blade!). Now that the main structural part of the case had been cut I moved on the the curves. From some of the left over beech I had, I cut 8, two inch radius curves to be placed on the inside corners of the side and top boards. This took hours as I wanted them to be exactly the same all the way arround. That was the majority of all the boards that were needing cut and I am now waiting for the glue to dry so I can continue to round off the outside edges and start mounting hardware! This us also my first post to the forms, I thought that it was quite apt considering Luke's recent video regarding reclaiming old cases to be used again... I will be updating as I go with more pictures and information, I forsee that it should be finished within 2 to 3 weeks considering the ammount of sanding that must go into this project. Also just a side note the upload functionality didn't seem to work for my pictures so I made a imgur album.
  12. "WD Bonk" Hello all, This is my second scratch built case, It's a case that's designed to be a replacement for a friends ageing case, The name "Bonk" is a shortening of his nickname and I thought it was a fun name for a scratch build. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I've been doing a lot of hacksawing, filing and scribing markings for holes and design boundaries. A whole lot of this happened, filing the aluminium for precise edges. Result of a lot more work than it looks, all markings scribed ready for drilling and hacksawing. I'm in for a whole load of filing for this case.
  13. Here is my scratch build. Also check out this 3D design tool I made for laying out custom scratch builds. PC Design Foundry You can select all sorts of components and move them around. You can plan out hard line water cooling and can download files as X3D. I wanted a medium tower size with good air flow bottom to top. I also wanted to have a distributor plate on the front so there are no vent openings to keep it quiet. I moved the power supply to the front of the enclosure and used an SFX form factor to get a good fit with the pump. Then I was able to fit two 360 rads along the whole length of the enclosure. I used a Micro ATX motherboard because I was not going to need 7 PCI slots. Looking back on the build I wish I had got a motherboard with built in RGB LED headers as I ended up having to get separate cables with built in controllers for the LED's in the Fans. I also should change the connection from the pump to the front distributor plate to be a soft line tube at some point to minimise the bump vibration noise. CPU. Intel i7 9700k GPU Palit RTX 2080Ti Samsung 970 EVO Polaris 500GB M.2 Kingston HyperX Predator RGB 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz Asus ROG Strix Z370-G Gaming (Wi-Fi AC) Micro-ATX 800W Silverstone Strider SFX Power Supply 2 x 360 Alphacool NexXxoS XT45 Radiators 6x EK Vardar 120 mm fans. EK Water Blocks EK-XRES 140 DDC 3.2 PWM Pump Bitspower Matte Black Fittings Custom sleved internal cabling Machined corner extrusions form 1" square stock Aluminum 6082 on my Stoney CNC JBEC 1259012 router Installed Tappex M4 inserts so that the other enclosure parts can be assembled. I tried M3 inserts but the installation toosl kept breaking. Machined the sheet metal parts form 2 mm 6082 T6 Aluminium Stoney CNC JBEC 1259012 router The bed size is 1.25 m by 0.9 m with a vacuum table installed. Folded using Baileigh Industrial, Magnetic Box and Pan Folder I have to machine a recess at the bend points to get really curate bends and avoid cracking. Press in PEM inserts using Baileigh Industrial, BENCH PRESS (BP-3) These are the main motherboard mounting standoffs. Start assembly test. Machine first part of front distributor plate from 10 mm Cast Acrylic Tap holes for G1/4 fittings Test assembly fit check. Some components Fit check. I really wanted to have both the radiators and pump mount directly to the distributor plate with adjustable fittings instead of any additional hard line tubing. Make some custom O rings. The top fans are exhaust fans so I had to make a trim part to cover the rear labels. Powder coated. I used an outside supplier for this. Hand sand a brushed aluminum finish on the corner extrusions. I tried using a sander but it gouged the metal too much. Bottom fans are intake. A bit of a shame as you cant see the logos. Build some custom cables. Since the power supply is up front I needed some really short ones. Also sleved the pump cables. Making some custom PCI power cables. Make some hard line tubing. PET 16 mm Machine a carbon fiber side panel and top fan trim. Machined in a water bath. First boot.
  14. "WD Tyrant" Description This case is designed to make a M-ITX sized system using ATX components, the overall case dimensions being 385mm Tall x 416mm Long x 206mm Wide. The cases construction is mainly 3mm thick plate and angle aluminium, with acrylic windows and basement divides. This case houses an ATX motherboard, <325mm long GPU, ATX PSU, 1x 3.5" drive, 1x SSD, 240mm AIO CPU cooler, 120mm exhaust fan and 2x 140mm Intake fans. Part List i5 6600K Z170 EVGA Classified K GTX 980ti EVGA Classified 16GB EVGA Superclocked 2666 DDR4 1000W EVGA SuperNOVA G1 PSU Corsair H100i GTX 3x Thermaltake RIING 120 2x Thermaltake RIING 140 Western Digital Red 3TB Intel 535 120GB SSD _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I've finished drawing out all the measurements for the case, it took longer than it should have because I added 10mm of width to make sure there were no clearance issues with the USB headers and PCI slots. Then i got to sawing all the various sized 1m long angle aluminium. All the lengths filed to their size and ready for scribing. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Since last update I've been tapping M5 threads. The case still needs a few parts filed before they will fit. Next up is filing the designs into the angle aluminium.
  15. EDIT: Featured on Geforce Garage! Hey guys, I've been lurking around here for quite some time. I think it's time I post my first build log on this site. I actually finished this project over the course of a year. I finished it last month and have been putting off doing a proper build log. I have all the progress photos I'll need, but I wanted to take the time and give it a proper write up. After Quakecon (an annual Dallas based lan party), I have had a lot of requests for a write up and I finally have time to do it. So this should take me a few days to get through, but I really hope you enjoy the process along the way. I'm not going to post this finished picks until after I complete the log. So, here we go! Project Breadbox Project what? This is a computer, not a container to hold bread wtf. The name kind of came out of the process of building this computer. Later in the build log, you'll see that I'll be messing around with some breadboard circuits for some LED stuff. One uses breadboards for prototyping circuitry. As one of my original design concepts was to build something that could potentially be taken to market, this is my prototype/proof of concept in which I adopted the name breadbox from breadboard. Finalized Part List (I went through some changes throughout the build process) CPU: Intel i7 7700k Delid 5GHz MOBO: Asus ROG Z270i Gaming GPU: Asus ROG GTX 1080 8GB OC RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200 SSD: Samsung 960 Evo 500GB NVNe m.2 PSU: Corsair SF600 CASE: yours truly, 100% scratch manufactured Liquid Cooling Parts CPU Block: EK Supremacy Evo Nickel/Plexi GPU Block: EK-FC1080 Strix Nickel/Plexi and matching back plate RAD: EK SE360 (360mm slim rad) Pump/Res: Singularity Computers Protium Pump & Res DDC Mod Kit for DDC pump Fittings: Bitspower assorted Tubing: 12mm OD/10mm ID PETG hardline from Bitspower Other stuff Fans: 3x EK Vardar F3-120, 2x Corsair AF 120 Lighting: Custom RGB LED Material List 5052-H32 Aluminum Sheet .050" (not sure if I can list the online vendor I got this from) Aluminum Angle 25mm (Big box store) Aluminum Angle 15mm (Big Box store) 6/32 button head screws (online vendor) 1/8" clear acrylic (online vendor) 3/16" tempered glass (online vendor) 7/8" 5052-H32 American Walnut boards 5/8" rough sawn spalted maple boards 1/2" Baltic Birch Plywood Tools Used: Drill with various bits and drill bits Ifixit tool kit. Makes assembly of the button head hex screws much easier Drill press (can be subbed for drill) Files various sizes Table saw (can be subbed for skill saw) Miter saw (can be subbed for skill saw) Jointer (not needed if you build plywood shell) Thickness Plainer (not needed if you build plywood shell) Lets get on with it: The Build When thinking of the design for this build. I knew I wanted something much smaller than my current Phanteks Evolv ATX which you can view here if you'd like: https://imgur.com/a/L39VK. I wanted to be able to incorporate a full watercooling loop without sacrifice. I also wanted to be able to see all of the hardware. This meant flipping the motherboard so that I could mount the GPU with its waterblock facing the left side of the case. (instead of only being able to see its backplate if it was mounted on the right side of the case. It will feature 3 windows in the exterior of the case: left, right, and top. Here you can get a good look at the size comparison. Left: white box is the size of the Evolv ATX. Right: First Concept. This is my proof of concept design. Mainly just figuring out if all the hardware will fit in the footprint that I want. This is also where the top manifold area idea was born. It would be quite some time before I even got to this stage in the build process. I wanted the internal frame to slide in and out of the exterior shell. One of my goals for this project was to make several different types of external shells out of different materials. Concept of personalization if I were to ever go to market. This is the motherboard I originally started out with. A MSI z270 Gaming Pro Carbon AC. This motherboard has some really good specs for the price, and has a good mono chromatic color scheme with and RBG header. I also like where the power headers are located. This will make for a cleaner look once finished. Also the steel reinforced slots are a nice touch. As this motherboard would have been mounted in an inverted position. The MSI logo would have been upside down. But lucky enough for me the heatsink is symmetrical, so I was able to flip it around quite easily, as pictured below. Still waiting on parts at this point, so I worked with what I could. The Frame So at first I was going to do this out of sheet metal. As I try to do my mods with basic tools so that others can replicate, this proved very difficult to get straight edges, even with filing. Steel is not easy to work with. I could of gone with a thinner gauge, which would of help significantly but ultimately I decided to change the materials. I want to have CAD drawings for panels to be laser cut but I want to work out the prototype before I invest in that. This approach could have worked. I have more photos of getting to this point but ultimately I just wasn't happy at all with the result so to the scrap pile this goes. Aluminium to the rescue! This stuff is relatively cheap and far easier to work with. I can use my table saw to make straight square cuts. Here I'm using aluminium angle for the frame. I'm using clamps to mock up the shape. I wanted to see how well this would work for before I invested in more of it. But I was able to make the frame out of a single length of aluminum angle (25mm). I started by using angle for the shorter lateral supports but later I'll move to using aluminum sheet for this as it'll help keep the frame square and look much better. But I'm still waiting on that to come in at this point. I'll have a full list of materials at the top of this build log. I drilled and tapped 6/32 threads to secure the frame together. I did this while the frame was still clamped together. Later after I dissasemble the frame, I will dirll out the outer hole so the screw will pass through to the inside threads. All the lateral supports will keep their threads and the vertical supports will just have holes. This makes assembly easier and also allows the material to seat next to each other tighter. Once you remove the screws it would be difficult to get the thread patterns to line back up, which is why I drilled out the holes on the vertical supports. Also note that I used this pattern of a diagonal. This helps to keep the frame square when reassembled. Here you can see how I'm using the clamps as well as a combination square (without the ruler) to help square up the frame as I drill and tap. Frame assembled. I'm still waiting on my radiator to come in. So the mid supports are not secured yet. I want to be sure I have the right clearance. But here you can start to see the concept come to life. Personally I love the look of radiators over the back side of fans, and to have it span the entire bottom of the case is going to look super clean. I made a wood template to help me visualize the design further. Really I was just bored while I waited on my aluminum sheet. Here you can see a good idea of the size of the project in relation to the rear I/O plate. The fan in the case is 140mm. The aluminum sheet has finally came in. I cut the top plate to realize that the frame is 1/4" out of square. Son of a bitch! Eh I'll fix it later. (you cant see it but it is) I know this because the piece I cut binds as I put it in. Also you can take a tape measure and measure corner to corner in a diagonal both ways. If it is square the measurements will be the same. Ok. I need to run to dinner. I'll continue some more tonight. Thanks for stopping by to check out this process!
  16. Hello All, I'm a twelve year old boy living in Dubai, UAE. I love to do things myself, especially when it comes to technology. I have repaired my brother's and my mother's laptops, as well as building my own gaming rig with a 4690k and a couple of 970s. Inspired by case modders and scratch builders, I really wanted to try a scratch build. I want this case to be made out of aluminium and fit a mATX motherboard, particularly the Gigabyte GA-Z97 MX-Gaming 5. There is a source of aluminium parts and sheets, as well as a source of tools. I can also get things 3D printed, so I'm OK on that side. I really want this to be a cube chassis, inspired be the Corsair Carbide Air 540. Why don't you just mod that case then, you ask? Well, I want it to fit my special needs as well as the fact that I want a challenge. I want something to do, a big project, this summer. Moving on... I like the way Corsair designed the Air 540. I particularly like the division in the middle, showing only the pretty parts of a build (Graphics cards, motherboard, etc.). I want the same division in the middle, with the section at the back housing an EVGA Supernova G1 1000w PSU, three 360mm XSPC radiators along the back wall (ohh, la la!), two Swiftech MCP655-B pumps (one for the CPU loop and one for the GPU loop) as well as a couple of Seagate HDDs. This section will also house all of the cable clutter and mess. The other side will be clear acrylic, apart from the top and bottom, which will be aluminium for structural reasons. This way we can see the Gigabyte GA-Z97 MX-Gaming 5 with a watercooled 4690k and two watercooled EVGA GTX 970 FTWs, two Crucial 250GB SSDs on cool 3D printed mounts as well as two Phobya Balancer 250 Black Nickel reservoirs. The tubing will be hardline tubing, because I wouldn't think that normal tubing would like to fit in such a small enclosure. I also think that hardline tubing looks better. The whole of the front section not be cooled, as all the hot coolant is taken behind to be re-cooled and then is brought back in. Do you think this is a problem for the RAM, MOSFET and chipset? RAM is running at 1.65v @2000MHz. Two separate loops, one for the CPU and one for the GPUs. The CPU will have its own pump, 360mm radiator and reservoir. The GPUs will have two 360mm radiators as well as their own pump and reservoir. I have not yet decided on the color scheme for this build, but it will definitely be black and another color. Purple, anyone? Leave your suggestions below. I have yet to put this design into a CAD software (I use Autodesk Inventor, I highly recommend it), and will probably do so in the next couple of days. All of the spray-paintable (new word, that is) items will be spray painted to match the color of the build. I think that is about it for now, after everything is finalized I will start a build log with my journey of building this beast. Please leave any tips, tricks, questions and answers below. I will try to answer questions as soon as possible. Peace!
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  18. Hey all, I've been designing a 12"x12"x12" custom case for a couple months now and I need some final advice on how to route my cables. Here're a few renders, because they explain what I'm making much better than I could with words: My HDD and SSD are beneath the motherboard tray in this configuration. I was thinking of routing those power cables down in the corner between the front and left panels next to the radiator, but if anyone has a better suggestion I'm all ears. The rest of the cables I just need to find places to coil (I'm getting adhesive zip tie mounts so I can do that pretty much anywhere). Again, if anyone has suggestions I'd be glad to hear 'em.
  19. Hi Good Day I'm Edwin Jr De Catalina from Philippines . HardWare: I5 7600K Msi Z270i Gaming Pro Carbon MSI 1060 6gb Zadak Ram 2x4 36000mhz Zadak SSD COOLER MASTER 1000W WaterCooling BItspower
  20. Mini LP - A General-purpose case for low-profile cards I've looked at the compactness of other cases and like how there seems to be a downward progression in size (Dan A4, LZ7, Hutzy XS, STX 160.0). Lone Industries makes nice low-profile cases and so I've decided to go that less traveled route instead of trying to pack the most powerful graphics cards possible into a small space. Segotep's Desert Eagle II gets a nod from me as well. It's to serve as my main PC for now but it can also work as a entry-level living room gaming rig/HTPC in a pinch. The case prototype will be built from scratch, and with home power tools. I don't have access to a machinist, don't want to pay the prices to get the case professionally done yet, so the prototype will be built with a budget and some ingenuity. However, it still needs to be a well designed case with a minimalist look. Something that makes someone say "I don't mind getting that". Also, want it to be 4L in size and still completely fit a power supply inside (no external adapters necessary). Spoiler: old design "Mini LP" is a tentative name for my case and build. It will probably change later. It's designed primarily for low-profile cards, and it will sit horizontally with a riser like the console-style cases. This has been a build been a few months of the making but I have some pics to finally show some progress. Here are the parts for my build: CPU: i3 4130T (maybe I could upgrade this) Motherboard: Asus Z97i Plus Memory: 2x4GB Samsung "wonder ram" CPU cooler: Scythe Kozuti rev. B GPU: MSI GTX 750 Ti low profile SSD: SanDisk X110 m.2 128 GB HDD: to be determined Power: HD-PLEX 160W DC-ATX and AC-DC PSU Case: Custom! The main focus of this build Here's my current build as it stands. Just an open air bench for now, with the CPU heatsink and DIMMs sitting pretty. The current rig is powered by the HD-PLEX and a 150W Alienware power adapter. The GPU in this picture is a R7 240 (aka a stupid card as Linus puts it). It's very underpowered and the only reason I got it was because it was cheap at the time, and needed it for case measurements before receiving the 750 Ti. So then after all's said and done the case will be approx. 280mm in height, 220mm in length, and 64mm in width. It can fit CPU coolers up to 40mm tall (like my Scythe cooler). I started making the motherboard tray using an aluminum L-shaped profile and 1 1/2 inch x 1/8 inch bar I bought from a local hardware store. I don't have a saw to use right now, so to cut the bar into pieces, I drilled holes at the measurements and snapped it apart! https://imgur.com/a/jyWE8 I don't mind the scuff marks and scratches because it's going to be mostly hidden when the case is done, but I might brush it up a bit.
  21. Hey guys, as the title says I decided that I want something better then gtx1060 performance and its time for a new build. I'm not up to date with all new hardware so I would need some help from you. The budget would be 2200 Euro (i have some 200-300€ flexibility if needed). I mostly play ARK survival evolved, Atlas (I know, I have fetish called early access and unoptimized games) and CoD Black ops 4. In that budget, I need to squeeze PC and monitor. Some pointers: -no need for big storage, I have plenty of ssds -it would be nice to have NVMe for OS but not crucial if the cost of it would be better to spend on CPU or GPU -don't care much about aesthetics and RGB stuff -case has to have space for at least 3 hard drives and it would be nice if there are some easy to access dust filters - for the monitor, I'm only sure it has to be at least 27 inches, don't know what would be better 4k or higher refresh rate and what fits in budget I would like to purchase everything from this site https://www.mindfactory.de/, if you have a better Germany based one-stop site fell free to share Thanks for any input
  22. Hello there Random Stranger, Welcome to my world, well.. now that I got that out of my system, welcome to my new project. My father wanted a new PC and I, as the techsavy guy in our family, offered to build him one. And as a special treat...decided to build him a custom case...just because i can. Because i know that my father is a little bit old fashioned i decided to build him a retro themed case. Inspiration was drawn from old radios and tv's. The two main materials would be copper and wood, dark wood since wood tends to darken over time. and it looks nice with copper. The next premise was: it should be located on the desk to make it easily accesible...wich ties in with the first: should look nice since it had to be placed on the desk. further requirements: DVD Drive (so annoying) Further Hardwware isnt much to mention since he gave me a pretty tight budget... so i went with a Pentium G4600 2C/4T MSI B250I Pro 8 GB DDR4 Value RAM (holy fuck that shit got expensive) some old Nvidia GT i still had (thanks to crypto that went through the roof right at the start of this build) bequiet PSU some DVD drive so i got to work and started to visualise what i had in mind. Here is a first peek using SketchUp (my fathers work area) where its black there should be copper... Those "renderings" convinced my father and i went to work. Sadly there aren't many pictures as some got lost...don't know why though after a couple of router passes i had all the 45 degree angles kinda right... that was one pain in the back to do those...especially with an unprecise routerbit. yeah.,...i made that picture with my smartphone instead of the DSLR...cant believe i did that test fitting and adjustments and yeah...its not copper...as it turns out i was too ambitious about that...couldn't do it myself as i dont have neither the tools nor the skills to do so. But i found a company which specializes in cutting sheet metal according to CAD drawings (even one at a time). Guess you need a little bit of luck too. Now i have just to paint that. Aaaand TADAAAAAA!!!!! This looks way nicer than i feared it might look. As you might have noticed...the wood is actually playwood...for the same reason the copper is not really copper. Sadly i dont have a CNC so i had to outsource the wood cutting as well. At least the openings i cut myself. (pretty lousy if one might notice) But as nobody will ever see the inside or the backside....since it will be on my fathers desk for the next 5 years.... Don't care Thats it for now. Thanks for reading along.
  23. I'm trying to make a PC case and I would like to find the blueprints for the motherboard tray. I can't find any decent plans anywhere. Does anyone know where I could get the plans so I could cut one and make it. Preferably with the expansion slot plans as well. I don't want to measure straight off my motherboard.
  24. "WD XOI" www.instagram.com/willydijo willydijo.com _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ XOI as in "EXO-I" This case is designed to be a very space efficient M-ITX system for a friend that is moving for university. Dimensions being 343mm long x 206mm wide and 283mm tall, all measurements include the bolts. The cases frame is entirely made from 3mm angle and plate aluminium, with black acrylic panels. The side window panel is not finalized, it will be either clear or black depending on how the inside turns out, a lot of the view will be the back of a PSU and its cables. The case is designed to house a reference GPU, ATX PSU, 2x 3.5" HDD's, 2x 2.5" Drives, M-ITX Motherboard, 2x 140mm and a 120mm AIO cooler radiator. The PSU will be covering the motherboard and will require a Corsair H55 120mm AIO cooler. I am looking forward to seeing how the case performs thermally, I haven't done any temp tests before but I'll post my results once complete, I'll test with my GTX 690 and try with my friends R9 290 two quite hot cards. There are two 140mm intake fans at the bottom of the system directly under the GPU, a 120mm radiator as an exhaust behind the front cover and the PSU's fan drawing air away from the motherboards heatsink. The case manages storage by having two 3.5" HDD's behind the motherboards support rails and two 2.5" drives screwed to the underside of the top panel. System Components i7 4770k ASRock H97 M-ITX 8GB DDR3 RAM GTX 690 EVGA 750W 120GB Intel SSD + 1TB HDD Corsair H55 120mm Cooler 2x Thermaltake Riing 140mm fans _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ All the angle aluminium for the case. Each length being 1 metre bar a couple being half a metre. Hacksawed to their rough length. Filed to their final length. Quick system size mock-up, I've never seen at an ITX system in person but I couldn't help but "Naaaww" at how tiny it is. Scribing markings at the moment, please let me know what you think of the case.
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