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    onevoicewild got a reaction from Hanoverfist in The Green Manalishi   
    House of Kolor can be an expensive addiction but one worth having! Hey Bro Small World!
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from B NEGATIVE in CLOS3 IMPACT-Finished...final pics!   
    Wow Daniel it's been a long time since I checked in on this. All your years of experience are showing in this build. Perfection my friend! 
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from DarthVaderBacon in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Hello Everyone - This Is corporative build. My name is Mike ( onevoicewild ) I am Building a Corsair 900D Case Mod, I live in the USA.  My Good friend Sam ( Do Until Loopy ) lives in London UK and he is doing all the renderings and developed the design based on my original Ideas. We started work on this several months before the case was actually available,  Working on some of the signature pieces for the case and refining the design.
     
    Sponsored By :
     

     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
    This was my Original Inspiration for the theme, I like the way it looks and a lot of people are doing game themes so I wanted to try something a little different. 
     
     
     

     
     
    This is an example of Sam's awesome renderings. Were waiting to see who else want's their products displayed here?
     
     
     

     
     
    I started working on the front emblem for the case.  This came to be known as the spiky thing.  I think it drew enough blood from me to earn it's name. I have Made most of the pieces by hand, out of necessity to keep costs down.
     
     

     

     
    I used rusting techniques and paint splotching to get the colors I was looking for. 
     

     

     
    I was very happy with the way It came out. I went through several saw blades trying to find one that was acceptable, Most blades these days look like something out of alien and not the traditional look I needed.
     
     
    We have multiple versions of the case that we were considering for the final finish.
     
    The standard version.
     

     
     
     
    This is the Heavy Metal version, which seems to be the favored look.
     
     
     

     
     
    I was fortunate to have a heavy sheet of Copper about 26" x 27"  3mm thick and about 27 pounds.  The current cost of a sheet like this would be $$$$  It had an acid etching on the other side but I decided it had to be sacrificed to the Modding gods.  The down side is that I'm using  the back side that had a lot of deep scratches that continue to plague me continually.  Lets just say my upper body strength is increasing daily.  
     

     
    Next on the agenda it to craft the Metallica emblem.
     

     
    Well every thing has to start somewhere. Ruff, Ruff my kingdom for a CNC machine. ha ha
     

     
    Fortunately one of my personal traits is extreme stubbornness ! This took a full week of 2 to 3 hours a night cutting, filing and polishing.  Big Pain, but there is truly a great satisfaction in being able to craft something with basic tools. When your modding a case that isn't available you tend to have a little time on your hands.  Oh my hands  !
     

     

     
     
    I'm good with that ! It came out better than I hoped for.  I have to say that Sam's whole world is exact precision and having him looking over my shoulder has helped me bring up my game to a higher level.  I had to Laugh, after it was done he liked it but had to point out that the edge bevels were done at 45 degree angles and not the prescribed 30 degree angle.  Ha Ha there are just some places you can't get needle files into, no matter how small they are !  But that kind of attitude pushes me to do a better job than I might with out Sam pushing me for perfection.
     

     
     
    I love how moody this polished Copper is, depending on how the light hits it.
     

     
    One of the programs Sam uses for his renderings Is solidworks. One cool thing about it is you build components separately and then you can plug them into anything. 
    Here is his render of my sound card.
     
     

     
     

     
     
    Bill Owen at MNPCTECH made me some very special grills for The Metallica Build.  He made two 200mm Nautilus grills and a quad ring OverKill grill.  These beautiful grills are key to the overall look of the case.
    Just to give you an Idea of how large these grills are, that is an 140mm fan behind it. 
     

     
     
     
     

     
     
    I hate people getting finger prints on my fan blades so I wanted to add some deterrents to go along with the theme. 
     
     

     
     
    The crazy thing is that I may not even be using these 200mm fans on this build.  People had been pushing me to use a 360 Nautilus grill on the front instead of the two 200mm.  I had that grill on my 800D so I temporarily robbed it to see what kind of a finish I could get on it.  Once I was done I swung over to the 360 camp. 
     
     
    The red headed step child. My 800D
     
     

     
    Bill Owen had ask me if I needed another 360 grill to replace the one I was robbing of the 800D. I told him oh no I won't need one.  My 800D said WHAT?  Parts cost $ 0 Dollars Shipping cost $ 0 Dollars
    Stealing parts from the rig your currently using - Priceless !
     
     
    This is one of my prize toy's, when I first saw one of these I knew I had to have one!  So I have to ask myself the question ? why do I have a sanding block in my hand ?  As modders we want to make something unique. Manufactures can only stock the stuff that sells, It's up to us to take it from there.
     
     

     
     
     
     

     
    There is a reason that people Anodize things.  It's very durable and in this case, very hard to sand off.  This actually turned out to be my saving grace.  All I had was fairly fine sand cloth so it was going slowly. The plan was to flat sand and polish the top like I did on the 200mm grills.  I almost wish I had stopped where I was at the picture below, but that wasn't the plan and I hadn't yet realized how interesting the developing pattern was becoming.
     
     

     
     
    Once I pushed on I started to realize just how good it was looking so I decided to see what I could do with it.  I was very happy with the
    outcome and that's why I decided to go with the 360 Grill on the front Bezel.
     
     

     
     
     

     
     

     
     
    Sam wanted to do some renders in an office setting.  Metallica has to have an office somewhere? I don't imagine it being this clean, but hey maybe the groupies needed something to do between shows?
     
     

     
     
     
    Here Is a night shot to test the lighting.
     
     

     
     
    Here Is an early Rad that was rendered, but once we got better products from EK we will not be using it ! but I owe it to Sam for taking the time to do it.
     
     

     
     
    I wanted to hand make an EK emblem out of respect for there sponsorship.  This actually turned out to be a little harder than I expected !  the problem I had was lining up all the duplicate angles and sizes.  When your filing away metal if something isn't right you have to go back and file out all the other areas to match.  The size I decided to make was 3" diameter but the pilot drill on my hole hog was just a little bit to big to keep from nicking the edge of my cut lines. File, File, File. I finally got it nice so I didn't have to start over.  Some times I my worst enemy, but I'm out here paying my dues and learning as I go.
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
    I put a polished aluminum disk in behind the Copper to get some contrast.   
     
     

     
    Because I will have so much shiny stuff on this build, I have learned to love the reflections they throw off.
     
     
     

     
     
     
       
     
     
     
    Sam made some renderings to show off our sponsors products.
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
    I had been talking to Michael Wood with Mayhems Dyes and water cooling fluids about a fluid they had in development, called Liquid Metal. It would be absolutely perfect for The Metallica Build! we hope it's mysteries can be solved before we finish the build.  As I said it Is still in development so don't go asking for it ! I'll let you know If it is ready.  They have many other great products that are available now.  I did want to show you the liquid metal though it is very cool looking.
     
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIjpj2oGv9E
     
     
     
     
    Unforgiven - The Metallica Build is sponsored By :
     
     
       
     
     
     

     
     

     

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    onevoicewild got a reaction from alpenwasser in Corsair 900D build! Under Red Water   
    You really should have used air cooled GPU's incase you want to upgrade them in the future!                
     
    Oh man I'm just kidding that looks great, and I'm sure your glad you did it!  everyone that has a 900D on Air gets beat to a pulp in the forums.  I like to have a case larger than I need, because you never know what you'll do in the future.  Very nice job! enjoy
  5. Like
    onevoicewild reacted to rhyseyness in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Congratulations!
    You thoroughly deserve it
  6. Like
    onevoicewild got a reaction from rhyseyness in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Ok now I can let everyone know whats happened. The Metallica Tribute Build won CPU Magazine's Mad Reader Mod of the month
    and got the cover. I didn't expect to get the cover, because of CES just going down. There would be to many shiny things to put
    on the cover besides us.  I'm totally honored to get this, because there are so many incredible builders out there.  They wrote up a
    nice article and mentioned all my sponsors and the people that helped me out. thanks to everyone here for following!
     
    http://www.computerpoweruser.com/DigitalEditions/Default.aspx
     
     
     

     
  7. Like
    onevoicewild reacted to alpenwasser in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    It will be back I've been told, they're currently revising the system (might
    be a while though).
    And agreed, sponsorship is a two-way street, not just 'Yay free parts!'.
  8. Like
    onevoicewild got a reaction from CODELEAKER in "Demon Speeding" HAF XB - Tek by Design   
    Brians your Dad, Cool. Grean machine is Awesome. I miss that he is't as active now that he is up at Samson. he is one of the best around.
    Hey Heath I didn't know you were over here too. small world! coolio
  9. Like
    onevoicewild got a reaction from jscho in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Everyone has an opinion! I ran into a just started build log on another forum for an
    Iron Maiden dual case build,from a guy in Brazil. They have a really cool looking Logo.
    I'm not sure if I'll do anything that I have to worry about copy right infringement.
    We can do tributes to games, movies or bands, but you can't sell them. Not that I would
    ever want to sell Metallica. I still look over and can't believe It's mine, I think
    someone else built it while I was dreaming.






    Here is his Render of it. I really like the design. This could be pretty cool

     
     


     
  10. Like
    onevoicewild got a reaction from KaareKanin in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    That is cool! if I'm not mistaken that makes it a whole xm
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from Frankie in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Hello Everyone - This Is corporative build. My name is Mike ( onevoicewild ) I am Building a Corsair 900D Case Mod, I live in the USA.  My Good friend Sam ( Do Until Loopy ) lives in London UK and he is doing all the renderings and developed the design based on my original Ideas. We started work on this several months before the case was actually available,  Working on some of the signature pieces for the case and refining the design.
     
    Sponsored By :
     

     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
    This was my Original Inspiration for the theme, I like the way it looks and a lot of people are doing game themes so I wanted to try something a little different. 
     
     
     

     
     
    This is an example of Sam's awesome renderings. Were waiting to see who else want's their products displayed here?
     
     
     

     
     
    I started working on the front emblem for the case.  This came to be known as the spiky thing.  I think it drew enough blood from me to earn it's name. I have Made most of the pieces by hand, out of necessity to keep costs down.
     
     

     

     
    I used rusting techniques and paint splotching to get the colors I was looking for. 
     

     

     
    I was very happy with the way It came out. I went through several saw blades trying to find one that was acceptable, Most blades these days look like something out of alien and not the traditional look I needed.
     
     
    We have multiple versions of the case that we were considering for the final finish.
     
    The standard version.
     

     
     
     
    This is the Heavy Metal version, which seems to be the favored look.
     
     
     

     
     
    I was fortunate to have a heavy sheet of Copper about 26" x 27"  3mm thick and about 27 pounds.  The current cost of a sheet like this would be $$$$  It had an acid etching on the other side but I decided it had to be sacrificed to the Modding gods.  The down side is that I'm using  the back side that had a lot of deep scratches that continue to plague me continually.  Lets just say my upper body strength is increasing daily.  
     

     
    Next on the agenda it to craft the Metallica emblem.
     

     
    Well every thing has to start somewhere. Ruff, Ruff my kingdom for a CNC machine. ha ha
     

     
    Fortunately one of my personal traits is extreme stubbornness ! This took a full week of 2 to 3 hours a night cutting, filing and polishing.  Big Pain, but there is truly a great satisfaction in being able to craft something with basic tools. When your modding a case that isn't available you tend to have a little time on your hands.  Oh my hands  !
     

     

     
     
    I'm good with that ! It came out better than I hoped for.  I have to say that Sam's whole world is exact precision and having him looking over my shoulder has helped me bring up my game to a higher level.  I had to Laugh, after it was done he liked it but had to point out that the edge bevels were done at 45 degree angles and not the prescribed 30 degree angle.  Ha Ha there are just some places you can't get needle files into, no matter how small they are !  But that kind of attitude pushes me to do a better job than I might with out Sam pushing me for perfection.
     

     
     
    I love how moody this polished Copper is, depending on how the light hits it.
     

     
    One of the programs Sam uses for his renderings Is solidworks. One cool thing about it is you build components separately and then you can plug them into anything. 
    Here is his render of my sound card.
     
     

     
     

     
     
    Bill Owen at MNPCTECH made me some very special grills for The Metallica Build.  He made two 200mm Nautilus grills and a quad ring OverKill grill.  These beautiful grills are key to the overall look of the case.
    Just to give you an Idea of how large these grills are, that is an 140mm fan behind it. 
     

     
     
     
     

     
     
    I hate people getting finger prints on my fan blades so I wanted to add some deterrents to go along with the theme. 
     
     

     
     
    The crazy thing is that I may not even be using these 200mm fans on this build.  People had been pushing me to use a 360 Nautilus grill on the front instead of the two 200mm.  I had that grill on my 800D so I temporarily robbed it to see what kind of a finish I could get on it.  Once I was done I swung over to the 360 camp. 
     
     
    The red headed step child. My 800D
     
     

     
    Bill Owen had ask me if I needed another 360 grill to replace the one I was robbing of the 800D. I told him oh no I won't need one.  My 800D said WHAT?  Parts cost $ 0 Dollars Shipping cost $ 0 Dollars
    Stealing parts from the rig your currently using - Priceless !
     
     
    This is one of my prize toy's, when I first saw one of these I knew I had to have one!  So I have to ask myself the question ? why do I have a sanding block in my hand ?  As modders we want to make something unique. Manufactures can only stock the stuff that sells, It's up to us to take it from there.
     
     

     
     
     
     

     
    There is a reason that people Anodize things.  It's very durable and in this case, very hard to sand off.  This actually turned out to be my saving grace.  All I had was fairly fine sand cloth so it was going slowly. The plan was to flat sand and polish the top like I did on the 200mm grills.  I almost wish I had stopped where I was at the picture below, but that wasn't the plan and I hadn't yet realized how interesting the developing pattern was becoming.
     
     

     
     
    Once I pushed on I started to realize just how good it was looking so I decided to see what I could do with it.  I was very happy with the
    outcome and that's why I decided to go with the 360 Grill on the front Bezel.
     
     

     
     
     

     
     

     
     
    Sam wanted to do some renders in an office setting.  Metallica has to have an office somewhere? I don't imagine it being this clean, but hey maybe the groupies needed something to do between shows?
     
     

     
     
     
    Here Is a night shot to test the lighting.
     
     

     
     
    Here Is an early Rad that was rendered, but once we got better products from EK we will not be using it ! but I owe it to Sam for taking the time to do it.
     
     

     
     
    I wanted to hand make an EK emblem out of respect for there sponsorship.  This actually turned out to be a little harder than I expected !  the problem I had was lining up all the duplicate angles and sizes.  When your filing away metal if something isn't right you have to go back and file out all the other areas to match.  The size I decided to make was 3" diameter but the pilot drill on my hole hog was just a little bit to big to keep from nicking the edge of my cut lines. File, File, File. I finally got it nice so I didn't have to start over.  Some times I my worst enemy, but I'm out here paying my dues and learning as I go.
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
    I put a polished aluminum disk in behind the Copper to get some contrast.   
     
     

     
    Because I will have so much shiny stuff on this build, I have learned to love the reflections they throw off.
     
     
     

     
     
     
       
     
     
     
    Sam made some renderings to show off our sponsors products.
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
    I had been talking to Michael Wood with Mayhems Dyes and water cooling fluids about a fluid they had in development, called Liquid Metal. It would be absolutely perfect for The Metallica Build! we hope it's mysteries can be solved before we finish the build.  As I said it Is still in development so don't go asking for it ! I'll let you know If it is ready.  They have many other great products that are available now.  I did want to show you the liquid metal though it is very cool looking.
     
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIjpj2oGv9E
     
     
     
     
    Unforgiven - The Metallica Build is sponsored By :
     
     
       
     
     
     

     
     

     

  12. Like
    onevoicewild got a reaction from tristan1035 in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Everyone has an opinion! I ran into a just started build log on another forum for an
    Iron Maiden dual case build,from a guy in Brazil. They have a really cool looking Logo.
    I'm not sure if I'll do anything that I have to worry about copy right infringement.
    We can do tributes to games, movies or bands, but you can't sell them. Not that I would
    ever want to sell Metallica. I still look over and can't believe It's mine, I think
    someone else built it while I was dreaming.






    Here is his Render of it. I really like the design. This could be pretty cool

     
     


     
  13. Like
    onevoicewild got a reaction from KingLuvely in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Hey everyone - Me and Sam are starting to work on our initial ideas for our next build.
    Sam Kicked out this quickie render while we were talking over ideas.

    I have some huge news to tell you shortly, but I need to make sure it's finalized before I let it out ( tease ha ha )
     
     
     


     
  14. Like
    onevoicewild got a reaction from alpenwasser in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    First off I finally weighed the case at 87 pounds.  Heavy enough I could pick it up, but I'd rather not. 
    I borrowed a better camera to get closeup's and shot's inside the case. This shiny case is a bit of
    a pain to photograph.  If you get enough light on it to bring out the detail, you get bad reflections.
    These last pic's are high def so they are a little slow to open. I appreciate everyone following the 
    build and this will be the final entry unless something big happens.  I'm going to give it a shot to 
    see if I can get it in any magazines.  It's a longshot considering how many good builds
    are out there, But out of respect for my sponsors I'll give it a go and see if I can get Lucky.
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     

  15. Like
    onevoicewild got a reaction from thirdworldking in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Hello Everyone - This Is corporative build. My name is Mike ( onevoicewild ) I am Building a Corsair 900D Case Mod, I live in the USA.  My Good friend Sam ( Do Until Loopy ) lives in London UK and he is doing all the renderings and developed the design based on my original Ideas. We started work on this several months before the case was actually available,  Working on some of the signature pieces for the case and refining the design.
     
    Sponsored By :
     

     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     
    This was my Original Inspiration for the theme, I like the way it looks and a lot of people are doing game themes so I wanted to try something a little different. 
     
     
     

     
     
    This is an example of Sam's awesome renderings. Were waiting to see who else want's their products displayed here?
     
     
     

     
     
    I started working on the front emblem for the case.  This came to be known as the spiky thing.  I think it drew enough blood from me to earn it's name. I have Made most of the pieces by hand, out of necessity to keep costs down.
     
     

     

     
    I used rusting techniques and paint splotching to get the colors I was looking for. 
     

     

     
    I was very happy with the way It came out. I went through several saw blades trying to find one that was acceptable, Most blades these days look like something out of alien and not the traditional look I needed.
     
     
    We have multiple versions of the case that we were considering for the final finish.
     
    The standard version.
     

     
     
     
    This is the Heavy Metal version, which seems to be the favored look.
     
     
     

     
     
    I was fortunate to have a heavy sheet of Copper about 26" x 27"  3mm thick and about 27 pounds.  The current cost of a sheet like this would be $$$$  It had an acid etching on the other side but I decided it had to be sacrificed to the Modding gods.  The down side is that I'm using  the back side that had a lot of deep scratches that continue to plague me continually.  Lets just say my upper body strength is increasing daily.  
     

     
    Next on the agenda it to craft the Metallica emblem.
     

     
    Well every thing has to start somewhere. Ruff, Ruff my kingdom for a CNC machine. ha ha
     

     
    Fortunately one of my personal traits is extreme stubbornness ! This took a full week of 2 to 3 hours a night cutting, filing and polishing.  Big Pain, but there is truly a great satisfaction in being able to craft something with basic tools. When your modding a case that isn't available you tend to have a little time on your hands.  Oh my hands  !
     

     

     
     
    I'm good with that ! It came out better than I hoped for.  I have to say that Sam's whole world is exact precision and having him looking over my shoulder has helped me bring up my game to a higher level.  I had to Laugh, after it was done he liked it but had to point out that the edge bevels were done at 45 degree angles and not the prescribed 30 degree angle.  Ha Ha there are just some places you can't get needle files into, no matter how small they are !  But that kind of attitude pushes me to do a better job than I might with out Sam pushing me for perfection.
     

     
     
    I love how moody this polished Copper is, depending on how the light hits it.
     

     
    One of the programs Sam uses for his renderings Is solidworks. One cool thing about it is you build components separately and then you can plug them into anything. 
    Here is his render of my sound card.
     
     

     
     

     
     
    Bill Owen at MNPCTECH made me some very special grills for The Metallica Build.  He made two 200mm Nautilus grills and a quad ring OverKill grill.  These beautiful grills are key to the overall look of the case.
    Just to give you an Idea of how large these grills are, that is an 140mm fan behind it. 
     

     
     
     
     

     
     
    I hate people getting finger prints on my fan blades so I wanted to add some deterrents to go along with the theme. 
     
     

     
     
    The crazy thing is that I may not even be using these 200mm fans on this build.  People had been pushing me to use a 360 Nautilus grill on the front instead of the two 200mm.  I had that grill on my 800D so I temporarily robbed it to see what kind of a finish I could get on it.  Once I was done I swung over to the 360 camp. 
     
     
    The red headed step child. My 800D
     
     

     
    Bill Owen had ask me if I needed another 360 grill to replace the one I was robbing of the 800D. I told him oh no I won't need one.  My 800D said WHAT?  Parts cost $ 0 Dollars Shipping cost $ 0 Dollars
    Stealing parts from the rig your currently using - Priceless !
     
     
    This is one of my prize toy's, when I first saw one of these I knew I had to have one!  So I have to ask myself the question ? why do I have a sanding block in my hand ?  As modders we want to make something unique. Manufactures can only stock the stuff that sells, It's up to us to take it from there.
     
     

     
     
     
     

     
    There is a reason that people Anodize things.  It's very durable and in this case, very hard to sand off.  This actually turned out to be my saving grace.  All I had was fairly fine sand cloth so it was going slowly. The plan was to flat sand and polish the top like I did on the 200mm grills.  I almost wish I had stopped where I was at the picture below, but that wasn't the plan and I hadn't yet realized how interesting the developing pattern was becoming.
     
     

     
     
    Once I pushed on I started to realize just how good it was looking so I decided to see what I could do with it.  I was very happy with the
    outcome and that's why I decided to go with the 360 Grill on the front Bezel.
     
     

     
     
     

     
     

     
     
    Sam wanted to do some renders in an office setting.  Metallica has to have an office somewhere? I don't imagine it being this clean, but hey maybe the groupies needed something to do between shows?
     
     

     
     
     
    Here Is a night shot to test the lighting.
     
     

     
     
    Here Is an early Rad that was rendered, but once we got better products from EK we will not be using it ! but I owe it to Sam for taking the time to do it.
     
     

     
     
    I wanted to hand make an EK emblem out of respect for there sponsorship.  This actually turned out to be a little harder than I expected !  the problem I had was lining up all the duplicate angles and sizes.  When your filing away metal if something isn't right you have to go back and file out all the other areas to match.  The size I decided to make was 3" diameter but the pilot drill on my hole hog was just a little bit to big to keep from nicking the edge of my cut lines. File, File, File. I finally got it nice so I didn't have to start over.  Some times I my worst enemy, but I'm out here paying my dues and learning as I go.
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
    I put a polished aluminum disk in behind the Copper to get some contrast.   
     
     

     
    Because I will have so much shiny stuff on this build, I have learned to love the reflections they throw off.
     
     
     

     
     
     
       
     
     
     
    Sam made some renderings to show off our sponsors products.
     
     

     
     
     

     
     
     
    I had been talking to Michael Wood with Mayhems Dyes and water cooling fluids about a fluid they had in development, called Liquid Metal. It would be absolutely perfect for The Metallica Build! we hope it's mysteries can be solved before we finish the build.  As I said it Is still in development so don't go asking for it ! I'll let you know If it is ready.  They have many other great products that are available now.  I did want to show you the liquid metal though it is very cool looking.
     
     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIjpj2oGv9E
     
     
     
     
    Unforgiven - The Metallica Build is sponsored By :
     
     
       
     
     
     

     
     

     

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    onevoicewild got a reaction from flibberdipper in CLOS3 IMPACT-Finished...final pics!   
    Man I love that board and water block together. Green O rings for everyone, if they want them or not?
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from Exotath in CLOS3 IMPACT-Finished...final pics!   
    First Build - I try to create confusion and mayhem where ever I go!  People's you are watching one of the true masters of Modding at work here.  There will be a test later to see what we have learned! 
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    onevoicewild reacted to Emperor_Piehead in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    lol an abba themed mac
     
    I would maybe do an eluveitie, amon amarth or the agonist build if I had the chance to make it as awesome as your pc. 
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from Matman24 in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Thanks everyone! I'll check out that Antarctica concert. 1 of my favorites is them in Moscow, the crowd is just wild.
    helicopters flying around and military rocking out.
     
    We have tweeted this to them before and some of our early renderings were featured on their fan page master of Pancakes.
    Thanks for checking it out!  
     




     
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from KingLuvely in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Thanks everyone! I'll check out that Antarctica concert. 1 of my favorites is them in Moscow, the crowd is just wild.
    helicopters flying around and military rocking out.
     
    We have tweeted this to them before and some of our early renderings were featured on their fan page master of Pancakes.
    Thanks for checking it out!  
     




     
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    onevoicewild reacted to B NEGATIVE in CLOS3 IMPACT-Finished...final pics!   
    Indeed,I expect a 100% pass rate too....
     
    Otherwise,you get fed to the Magoo.
     

     
    Thanks,the touchscreen works well enough,it should look pretty sweet in the ped
     
    Patience my man,Patience.
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from old reece frost in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    The new corsair 230t in gray or other colors looks great for 70 or 80 bucks. An affordable case is a great place to start modding if you make a mistake it's better that it's not a 500 dollar case. And you could up grade the case itself latter if you want more room.
     
    http://www.corsair.com/us/pc-cases/graphite-series-pc-case/graphite-series-230t-windowed-compact-mid-tower-case-battleship-grey.html
     
    If you like another brand, I can look at other options?  I'm sponsored by Corsair, but I'm a fan boy for them anyway.  The main  point, if you want to start doing some Mods an affordable case is a great place to start and I have been hearing a lot of good comments on these cases.
     
     
     

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    onevoicewild reacted to Kiwiandapple in HELIOS - ASSEMBLED 2015-SEP-06 - (Caselabs SMH10 | Black/Copper | EVGA SR-2 )   
    Let me translate that for you: 
    Greatings from the United states, I am Bush best friend. I have metallica tattoo on my chest and a little more details. I want a new camera because I like to make a friend into a model. -facebook link-
    He looks like spider man with a cross on his head. (or bullet) Goodnight!  
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from Dani360c in Corsair 900D Unforgiven - The Metallica Build   
    Unforgiven Completed -  I finally got the second GPU and put the final touches on this long standing build. 
    I'll probably add a few more pictures in a couple of weeks, talked someone into using their Better camera. 
    This thing is really cooling well with all the EK water cooling.  I ran thru multiple benchmarks and the highest
    I saw was 37C at stock clocks.  I'll worry about Over Clocking later when I get more time.
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
     
     

                                                                                                                                              I've always loved this picture. Sams ( Do Until Loopy ) rendering on the monitor was done months before I got the case to this point. To be able to come that close to his incredible design made me feel great!             And this is where it all began.                       I have a lot of people to thank for helping with this project. Sam who did the design and all the incredible renderings, Bill Owen with MnpcTech, Ronaldo Buassali channel manager for Corsair Brasil, Corsair George for sponsoring us and getting this thing rolling, Eddie and Peter with EKWB water blocks and Michael wood with Mayhems.  Also all of you here that supported and encouraged me on this project.  Without all of you I could never have done this build.   Thank you Michael Kaiser - Onevoicewild   
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    onevoicewild got a reaction from B NEGATIVE in CLOS3 IMPACT-Finished...final pics!   
    First Build - I try to create confusion and mayhem where ever I go!  People's you are watching one of the true masters of Modding at work here.  There will be a test later to see what we have learned! 
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