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Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid

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Nice, going to be good


n0ah1897, on 05 Mar 2014 - 2:08 PM, said:  "Computers are like girls. It's whats in the inside that matters.  I don't know about you, but I like my girls like I like my cases. Just as beautiful on the inside as the outside."

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Subbing for the rest. It looks beautiful so far. Can't wait to see it completed.


CPU: Intel 5930K - GPU: EVGA Nvidia GTX 980Ti SSCMotherboard: Asus X-99 PRO/USB 3.1 - RAM: 32GB HyperX Savage @ 2800mhz CL14  Case: Phtanteks Eclipse P400 Tempered Glass - Cooling: Corsair H100i V2 / Fractal Design Venturi Fans Storage: PNY XLR8 120 GB SSD (OS) + Seagate 2TB HDD (Games)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Noice- little late but subbed

Better late than never! Thank you for subbing!

 

Awesome build with great photos too!

Definitely subbed!

Thank you for subbing as well :) And cheers for the compliment! I always try new techniques when taking photos, and it is really fun!

 

The white looks so much better than the black/gold! <3 ~Followed!

 

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Thanks mate! I do like the black and gold version though, but I LOVE my pearl white ;)

 

Nice, going to be good

Cheers!

 

Subbing for the rest. It looks beautiful so far. Can't wait to see it completed.

Thank you for subbing ;)

 

Kind regards,

Justin


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I'm sorry, I'm going to have to report this thread for containing pornographic content! :D

 

jk


phanteks enthoo pro | intel i5 4690k | noctua nh-d14 | msi z97 gaming 5 | 16gb crucial ballistix tactical | msi gtx970 4G OC  | adata sp900

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm sorry, I'm going to have to report this thread for containing pornographic content! :D

 

jk

Shit.. Not this again :D

 

I am glad that you liked the photos! :)

 

Kind regards,

Justin


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Beautiful


CPU: i5 2500k@4.2 MBO: Asrock P67 Extreme4 GPU: Gigabyte GTX 560Ti 1GB RAM: Corsair 8GB 1600 SSD: Samsung 840 Basic 250 HDD: Samsung F3 1TB + WD 2TB Green + WD MyBook 1TB external; ODD: LG BD/DVDRW; PSU: Corsair TX 650
Case: Fractal Define R3 Black Pearl; Mouse/Keyboard Logitech Performance MX + Wireless K800; Monitor: Dell U2311H 
 

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Any updates incoming Justin?

Hey there! Sometime in the future (haha) there will be an update.. I am waiting on parts from ASUS and Bitspower to be able to continue with this project, and our new son will be born this week, so I will have my hands full with him and looking after the family :)

I am expecting the parts very soon, with an update on this project latest end of September. I hope you do not mind waiting...

 

Kind regards,

Justin


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An In Win S-Frame project

 

By MetallicAcid

 

 

 

 

 

Project made possible by following sponsors:

ASUS

Nordic Hardware

Intel

Inet

Kingston

Ocaholic

In Win

SilverStone

Carplus.se

Dremel


 

 

 

 

 

Hardware update, and various announcements.

 

 

 

Well it has been a VERY long time since I was last able to update my wonderful Origami project! I hope that you guys have not lost interest as I have some hardware porn in the form of 2x GTX980 Ti Strix courtesy of ASUS ROG Nordic!

 

The reason why I have been busy away from this project is because of two reasons. The 1st is because my wife and I welcomed out second child into out family - Xander William :) He is an eating and pooing machine, which leaves little to no time to even think about ones' own self. The 2nd is because I am a participant in the LDLC Modding Trophy 2015, which means that I am competing against some of the worlds leading PC builders and modders! To be a part of this competition is an honour, and to be regarded on the same level as these guys (some who are my modding idols!) makes me so happy! With this considered, I took some time to nail down a design for that modding project while I waited on hardware to be delivered for Origami.

 

Other small updates with this project - I am currently designing custom backplates for this project with Hassan Alaw from V1Tech/Harbinger - Still waiting on the delivery from Bitspower - Parvenu have expressed in fabricating the back panel for me which hides and protects the dual radiator set up behind the motherboard - Custom cables and vinyls are on their way to me from moddingstylez.de and custom aluminium cable combs from Goshumodz as well.

 

With this said, I have the honour to show to you some really impressive GPUs - considered to be the best on the market in terms of design and performance! I would like to introduce to you the pair of GTX980 Ti Strix courtesy of ASUS ROG Nordic. Thank you for the support, and believing in my work!

 

 

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So thank you all once again for joining me for my latest update on project Origami. next update will be of when I install the panels and hardware into the chassis, and start on the cable management, all in preparation for the water cooling parts to come in. So please stick around ;)

 

Kind regards

Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen

 



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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ok thanks, also congratulations ahead of time for you son Justin

Though I'm not a parent, I've got 3 other siblings one of which is 19 months so I have some

Idea of much of a handful that kids are

I hope to see the update soon Justin and may I ask what you are going to name him?

So sorry for the late reply mate!! It has been so hectic, and I guess I missed when you had replied!

We named him Xander :) He is healthy, eats and shits alot (just like his father ;) ) and is a handful already for us haha!

 

I hope you enjoy the update man :)

 

/J


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Hey there! Sometime in the future (haha) there will be an update.. I am waiting on parts from ASUS and Bitspower to be able to continue with this project, and our new son will be born this week, so I will have my hands full with him and looking after the family :)

I am expecting the parts very soon, with an update on this project latest end of September. I hope you do not mind waiting...

Kind regards,

Justin

Congrats man!!


1800x, 16gb ram, 1080ti, 1TB M.2 SSD dual custom loop water cooled. 

 

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Congrats man!!

Why thank you sir!!

 

Thanks for the reply and nice job for making it into the modding comp then again it is you so why would I expect any less? Yeah kids are an handful and I cant believe that acually today one my sisters turned 6, any it is great to be beck on the hype train!

 

Have a good day  :)

Well thank you once again. I seriously do not consider myself as good at modding as you guys consider me to be.  

 

Welcome back onto the hype train... ALL ABOARD!!!

 

Awesome build! I'm really looking forward to seeing new updates. I'm also looking forward to finishing typing this comment with my new Pok3r. K bye lol

Cheers mate! Once I bring home the S-Frame chassis from my work I will get some shots of all of the hardware installed so you can see what they all look like aircooled :) :) I personally cannot wait!

 

/J


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An In Win S-Frame project
 
By MetallicAcid
 
 
 
 
 
Project made possible by following sponsors:
ASUS
Nordic Hardware
Intel
Inet
Kingston
Ocaholic
In Win
SilverStone
Carplus.se
Dremel
Modding Stylz
Gosumodz
V1Tech
 
 
 
 
 
 
I am back from the dead!!!
 
 
 
Hello again my friends!!
 
It has been a while again since I last updated my beloved project Origami.
 
Since the birth of our new son, life has taken first priority and the modding was put to the side for a while until things started to settle down. I now have had some time, and some sponsorships have been finalized and these items have come in to me.
 
This update though is a soft start for me, applying some small but very defining details to the chassis itself. Yes, I am talking about the In Win logo sticker and In Win S-Frame chassis badge.
 
Please keep in mind that I have already completed more of this project so far, but those updates will come soon as I have to upload the photos, apply watermark and then publish them :) I will get around to those updates when I have another window of opportunity ;)
 
 
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Thank you for reading!
Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen
 

 


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Untitled-1_zpszakzrrqf.png
An In Win S-Frame project

 

By MetallicAcid

 

 

 

 

 

Project made possible by following sponsors:

ASUS    ||    Nordic Hardware

Intel    ||    Inet

Kingston    ||    Ocaholic

In Win    ||    SilverStone

Carplus.se    ||    Dremel

Modding Stylz    ||    Gosumodz

V1Tech


 

 

 

 

 

GPU backplates made by V1Tech

 

 

 

Hello my friends once again!


 

Once upon a time I had an interesting discussion with Hassan Alaw, the founder of the modding company V1Tech. On this one beautiful morning he had sent me an email expressing his interest for becoming a sponsor for any of my upcoming projects. So I took the time to learn CoralDraw X7 so that I could whip up some designs, and in the end I decided to design some custom backplates for these fabulous ASUS GTX980 Ti Strix GPUs.


 

The thinking behind this design was something light, with angles, that would compliment the design features of the S-Frame, and the Origami folded paper design. I could not but help to have the ASUS and Strix logos to show that these beast GPUs are nothing but the best GTX980 TI on the market. Granted this is only my opinion, and not up for discrimination :D I went ahead and scanned the backplate of one Strix GPU, then imported the file into CoralDraw. I simply traced out the outer line, then made a design :) Child's play to be honest!


 

With this all designed up, I sent the file to Hassan, who then went ahead and laser cut my design. I can recommend his services at V1Tech not because he sponsored the cutting of these backplates. but rather his communication and speed of completing these is what I base my recommendation on. 


 

I will get these installed onto the Strix GPUs in the next few days, so please hang tight and check out these bad boys!


 

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So thank you once again for taking the time to take a look at my Origami project, and hope to hear back from you what you guys think :)

Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen

 



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Lookin good

 

 

Welcome back

 

 

Congrats!

 

Also looking forward to your builds, they are epic!

 

Thank you all! I hope you also enjoy this latest update. It has taken me three hours to compile and publish this update haha :) Oh family life, why you take so much time? :P

 

/J


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Looking very good, sir! I can't wait to see where this goes. Good luck!


"You can try to play chess with a pigeon. But even if you win, it'll shit on the board and strut around."

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I only have one word: WOW! And also, kudos for using corel draw, i LOVE that program but i rarely see anyone using it!


 

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CPU: Intel Core i7-4790k @ 4.8ghz  Motherboard: Gigabyte G1.SNIPER 5 Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Storage: Kingston V300 Series 240GB Storage: Western Digital Red Pro 3TB Video Card: 2x(SLI) Asus GeForce GTX 780 3GB DirectCU II @ 1410mhz / 1600mhz Case: Corsair 760T White Power Supply:  AX1200i  Buildlog: [ Build Log ] Black and Green build

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Untitled-1_zpszakzrrqf.png

An In Win S-Frame project
 
By MetallicAcid
Project made possible by following sponsors:
ASUS    ||    Nordic Hardware
Intel    ||    Inet
Kingston    ||    Ocaholic
In Win    ||    SilverStone
Carplus.se    ||    Dremel
Modding Stylz    ||    Gosumodz
V1Tech
GPU backplates made by V1Tech
Hello my friends once again!
Once upon a time I had an interesting discussion with Hassan Alaw, the founder of the modding company V1Tech. On this one beautiful morning he had sent me an email expressing his interest for becoming a sponsor for any of my upcoming projects. So I took the time to learn CoralDraw X7 so that I could whip up some designs, and in the end I decided to design some custom backplates for these fabulous ASUS GTX980 Ti Strix GPUs.
The thinking behind this design was something light, with angles, that would compliment the design features of the S-Frame, and the Origami folded paper design. I could not but help to have the ASUS and Strix logos to show that these beast GPUs are nothing but the best GTX980 TI on the market. Granted this is only my opinion, and not up for discrimination :D I went ahead and scanned the backplate of one Strix GPU, then imported the file into CoralDraw. I simply traced out the outer line, then made a design :) Child's play to be honest!
With this all designed up, I sent the file to Hassan, who then went ahead and laser cut my design. I can recommend his services at V1Tech not because he sponsored the cutting of these backplates. but rather his communication and speed of completing these is what I base my recommendation on. 
I will get these installed onto the Strix GPUs in the next few days, so please hang tight and check out these bad boys!
So thank you once again for taking the time to take a look at my Origami project, and hope to hear back from you what you guys think :)
Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen
 

 

 

what materials did you use for the backplates?

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Untitled-1_zpszakzrrqf.png
An In Win S-Frame project

 

By MetallicAcid

 

 

 

 

 

Project made possible by following sponsors:

ASUS    ||    Nordic Hardware

Intel    ||    Inet

Kingston    ||    Ocaholic

In Win    ||    SilverStone

Carplus.se    ||    Dremel

Modding Stylz    ||    Gosumodz

V1Tech


 

 

 

 

 

Backplate installation, and GPU installed... Just waiting on water cooling (still...)

 

 

 

Hello once again for reading my project log. This is a short and sweet update :) I installed the backplates onto the GTX980 Ti Strix GPUs, then went ahead and installed them into the S-Frame chassis. 


 

I have plans to add some custom brushed aluminium panels into the sections of the backplates so that it matches perfectly with the project design. Please let me know what you think, but keep in mind that I will have acrylic water blocks installed with black cooland running through the system... ;)

 

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Thank you for reading!

Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen

 



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