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  1. Quick update, putting parts inside the case to do some measurement for the watercooling design and for the acrylic sheets that will be put inside and outside of the case. I've decided to use the flexibility of C700P by rotating the motherboard and GPU vertically.

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    Hello folks,

     

    This build will be powered by some of the high-end components on the market to make the build more powerful not just the look but what's inside the system too, basically my entry will be built on CM Cosmos C700P Black Edition where interior and Exterior will be having some modification but not totally renovation. The Concept will be simple with some color tone combination of Gold and Silver chromes and more.

     

    Hardware:

    ASUS ROG Crosshair Formula VIII
    Ryzen 9 3900x

    Asus ROG GTX 1080ti Platinum Poseidon
    Patriot Viper Steel 32gb 3200mhz
    NVME/SSD - To be announced
    Coolermaster Cosmos C700P Black Edition
    Cooler Master V750 Gold

    Formulamod Argb 120mm Fans 7x
    All Watercooling Parts Provided by Formulamod

     

    Thanks to all the sponsors of the project :

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  3. Finalization

    At last the Mod has been finished.

    Quick Specs:
    •Ryzen 7 2700x
    •MSI X470 M7
    •Asus Vega 64 OC
    •Patriot Viper RGB ram
    •Patriot SSD
    •Silverstone PSU
    •Barrow and Bykski watercooling parts provided by Formulamod
    •Cooler Master Storm Trooper Case
    •Barrow RGB Fan
     

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  4. Arriving of GPU Backplate:

    I was actually about to create a backplate for my GPU(Vega 64), I already have cut some acrylics but the sponsor(Formulamod) decided to send their sample and own design to showoff in the build.

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  5. Cutting Acrylic for Exterior Design:

    Will show you guys the process of cutting acrylic and adding designs(Paints, Cuts) for the case's exterior design. Also, on this part i need to change the color of the acrylic design for a great and strength look that will match the color theme.

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  6. Cutting Acrylic for Exterior Design:

    Will show you guys the process of cutting acrylic and adding designs(Paints, Cuts) for the case's exterior design. Also, on this part i need to change the color of the acrylic design for a great and strength look that will match the color theme.

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  7. Finishing the interior Cooling Design, Connecting the RGB light cables to sync, Leak test:

    This is the part where the cooling system will be installed but not yet 100% stable as there may be some changes depends on the exterior design and  to make sure that everything will be look great when the build is finish. Also, as you can see there are some soft tubes passing through the pannel from hard tube that connect simultaneously for the water flow.

     

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  8. Measuring the holes Pt.4

    This is where the motherboard and GPU will be installed and painting the passthrough panel and attaching some tubes and fittings and other components. On this photos that has been uploaded, as you can see the PSU shroud is already done but I mistakenly forgot to take some photos but it was cut into 2 rectangular shape and i spill an acrylic cement so that they will combine and then i added a 3d carbon sticker.IMG_20190615_031846.thumb.jpg.852f181b2bd5f22023bec55965fcaa39.jpgIMG_20190615_005633.thumb.jpg.cd0ea99f6d7cbf0dde1343f841f94314.jpg

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  9. Measuring the holes Pt.3

    Currently measuring the holes for the passthrough pannel and attaching the radiator and fans and reservoir. And this time I will show you the installation of GPU Water block for the Asus Strix Vega64.

     

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  10. Detaching the excess parts of the Case

    On this part, I'm currently removing the excess parts of the case that will not be use and needs to be removed to fulfill the concept inside and outside the case. And measuring acrylic pannels and acrylic cuts using Makita SJ401 Scroll saw.

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