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  1. Intro Hello again! I am Jamie and am working under the name Space Bar Mods, which is a little computer side business I do with my family. This involves my teenage kids working with computers, graphic design, animation, and all the fun stuff that comes with modding. We have added lots of fun things to use and now have 3- 3D Printers and a Laser CNC. This is our second time submitting a build and cannot wait for next time. Our ideas grow so much, and we expand what we can do each time. Project design concept and inspiration This build’s theme was all from the kids and came about in August. They play this game with their friends and frequently watch streamers play. With the new VR edition out, we all thought it would be fun to make our own little bean. Being “Red” is the most sus, we went with him as our primary objective. After doing soft cooling last build, we decided to give hard tubing a go and make some crazy bends to simulate the inside of our lil bean. We ran with it from there. https://media3.giphy.com/media/7fWLhYvT5bl3Pwu1Xy/200.gif Components Case: Cooler Master - Cooler Master NR200P Power Supply: Cooler Master V850 SFX Gold Motherboard: GIGABYTE B550 I AORUS PRO AX Processor: AMD RYZEN 7 5800X Memory: Gigabyte AORUS RGB DDR4 16GB (2x8GB) 4400MHz Memory Graphics Card: GIGABYTE RTX 3080 Eagle Storage: WD Black SN750 SE NVMe M.2 2280 1TB Fans: Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo Liquid Cooling: Alphacool Blocks, Radiator, Pump/Resevoir Combo, fittings, tubes, and drain system. Coolant: PrimoChill Vue Sky White SX Creation process We knew we wanted to turn our case vertical to give the aspect ratios of a bean. To give him, more character, we created feet and a head using Fusion360. We sent those to our larger 3D printer. The head took close to 9 days and the feet another 2. We really wanted a clear visor, so after creating that, we sent it to our resin printer, which only took about 12 hours. Two of our kids are into graphics design and created some animations and hardware backgrounds for a monitor we decided to add to our visor. While all that was going on, my last daughter and I dismantled the entire case and began our sanding, priming, sanding, painting process for all of the pieces. Once complete we began altering for our needs. We completely flipped the power cage to the outside so we would have room for a larger pump. The larger pump had holes made so it could be screwed into the back of the case. We made a cut out that allowed our power cables to come to the power supply and then bundled it nicely into our beans backpack which was made in fusion as well. It is mounted using magnets. His little feet got sanded, painted, and attached. His head had to be filled sanded and painted (more about him later). We then attached our visor and his rubber gasket. We mounted our screen. We tested our components on a test bench to make sure everything was A-OK and then began flushing all our water components. We then installed blocks and began assembling our water loops. Hard tubing was a lot of fun! We tested our loop overnight and booted our bean up for the first time. We then installed all our graphics and animations to our display. Issues & Problems The 3D printing of our head (9-day print) almost had to be restarted at 74% due to a thermistor breaking. The build cooled too much and almost broke completely. We were able to get it fixed and restart the build with minimal issue. It took a little filling and lots of sanding, but in the end, we made it work. Our visor took 3 tries to get right. We used filament which did not give us the effect we wanted at all. Then we used our smaller resin printer, breaking it down into multiple pieces, but that was just an eye sore. We purchased an amazing larger resin printer and got exactly what we wanted. First time working with hard tubing was a learning curve! When they say get extra tubing and fittings, y’all weren’t kidding!
  2. Before I start the introduction of my build, I kinda feel like I should do an introduction of myself and my situation. My name is Anton, and I live in Sweden, I've always loved building computers, I remember building my first computer with the help of my father, being just about 4 years old. We used the Vooodoo2 8MB graphics card, which was a real beast back then. When I got to be in my early teens and got interested in overclocking, I dreamed about doing my very own custom loop watercooling system., but being in that age, sadly money did not fall from the sky so it would had to be put on hold. I went to study computer science in high school, but I quit after just one year. At the age of 17 I was diagnosed with LHON, an extremely rare disease which made me loose 95% of my vision (glasses does not help). Naturally this life changing tragedy made me quit everything computer related since I realized blind people should not be doing it.. In early 2022 I lost my job because of covid related effects, and I realized I was going to have a lot of free time on my hands. Bored out of my mind, a friend casually mentioned the CMWS and the thought hit me... this might be the perfect opportunity to do that custom loop that I dreamed about doing for so long. So now, here I am, almost 20 years after I lost my vision - trying to prove to myself that I can do anything I set my mind into. Honestly I knew this was probably going to be the toughest thing I have ever attempted to do by myself. To put some context into it, the last PC I built had an Powercolor X800GT in it. So I had a lot of technology to get caught up with to say the least. But that's it about me. Now onto my thoughts about the build. Hardware Case: Cooler Master Master Frame 700 Mobo: Asrock Aqua Z490 Aqua CPU: Intel Core i5 10600K GPU: Powercolor Liquid Devil Ultimate RX 6900 XT PSU: Corsair HX1000 DDR: Corsair Dominator Platinum 4x4GB SSD: Western Digital WD Blue SN570 1TB Pump: Corsair XD5 Radiator: Corsair XR5 360mm Distribution Plate: Phanteks Glacier D140 Fans: 3x Noctua NF-A 120mm It all started with this motherboard, Asrock Z490 Aqua, which I found had an unique and special "steel" look that I liked. So my first thoughts was that I where going to get that steel/white look into my whole build. After finding this case Master Frame 700 and doing some quick research on it, every single picture that I found looked just about the same, one radiator on each wing, and 6 extreme RGB fans. This was not something I wanted to do. So I decided pretty quickly that I would mount my fans on the back of the wings instead, for a more clean and unique look. I was a little worried that having the wing in-between the radiator and the fans would get too much resistance and that it would give the fans unnecessary noise. I was supposed to use an 5700 XT, but when my water block arrived it didnt fit.. I was lucky enough to run into a cheap Liquid Devil. which may not had been the best fit for the build. But I kinda like how it turned out. My original plan was to use two radiators because that's what all my research said I needed. In the middle of the build I changed my mind and decided to go with my gut and just a single radiator, and use the left wing for a distro plate instead. Had a feeling this would improve the looks a lot. Having the wings this widely open gave me an pretty tricky angle for bending the tubes, but I managed after some practice. My first real major problem actually didn't come until I filled the loop with water. (duh right?) I had heard that I was not going to tighten the fittings to hard onto the distro plate,and that's where it was leaking. After tightening it more and more and until it surely couldn't be tightened any more, it was still leaking. I tried changing the fitting. Still leaking. I tried using VVS tape in case the distro might be broken or something. I then filmed with my phone and noticed the water just took another way out. This made me realize that something else probably was wrong. I had been using the inlet on the pump instead of the outlet. Its crazy how many days I wasted on such a simple mistake. But this whole process, by having to use my hands and ears to try listen for leaks was time consuming and frustrating to say the least.. I used thermal tape to attach some clean steel looking fan grills on the radiator, in my opinion it gave it a whole new look. I cut out two areas so the fittings would go through without any problems. This is also where I chose to put my 7" monitor. Since the mobo already has some displays with temperatures/volts etc I chose to let this display show some data from my servers plus some power usage / current kWh price and some other stuff. I used home assistant to design the dashboard in yaml, which was easy and without problems. But when using my zoom program on windows I ran into my next issue.. When having multiple monitors in extended mode, both will get zoomed in, and follow the mouse, which totally defeats the purpose of having an informative min display. After doing a lot of googling and trying just about every zoom program I could find, I realized multiple display support does not seem to be a thing on magnifying programs. I was just about to give up on this when I suddenly remembered that I got a license key to a zoom program from the hospital like 15 years ago. I never used it back then cause I felt it was just easier to just dont use computers. I turned my basement upside down looking, and actually found the ZoomText box, and wouldn't you know, it actually had dual monitor support.
  3. Hi, Im Benjamin from Malaysia. This is my first time joining Cooler Master Case Mod World Series For my first attempt, I'm going to mod the NR200P into an all in one Retropie Gaming Console, which houses the Rasberry Pi 3B+ running on Retropie A recycled bluetooth speaker which I'm not using anymore A 7inch portable lcd display and i will attempt to wire the retropie to the NR200P's Power Button and the white LED in the start up and shut down sequence 1) The NR200P 2) Stripped NR200P for assembly and taking measurements for custom acrylic side panels 3) Connecting the power and led pins to the Raspberry Pi and did some configuration on the pi to recognise those pins as power buttons and indicators 4) Preparing M3 * 20 Screws, Nuts, Washers and Stand offs for the Raspberry Pi 5) Ready to mount! 6) Raspberry Pi Mounted on to the SFX PSU section of the NR200P with the right height on the standoffs to prevent short circuiting 7) Preparing Acrylic Panels 8 ) More Acrylic Panel preparation 9) Size Checking 10) Recycled audio Panel 11) Hotglue and some Acrylic Stand for the 7inch LCD Display and DIY speakers 12) New acrylic side panel, attached the the NR200P frames with 8 Magnets 13) Preparing the back panel for custom grommet 14) MP5110-L as material for grommet 15) Back Panel with completed grommet 16) The Other side 17) Testing the power button to see if it fires up (Discovered that the audio is not working, recycled bluetooth seems to be broken somehow) 18) Testing for gameplay FINISHED PRODUCT The images below keeps loading itself into the post.. i tried removing them a few times but it keeps coming back *shrugs*
  4. Hi Brothers, I want to show you something really amazing that I'm creating right now. It's my FIRST SCRATCH PROJECT BUILD, as required by the script.=} The name of the project is SP4RCESHIP, which is the translation of "NAVE ESPACIAL". The 4R listed in the project name makes mention the four most important people in my life: Rosana (wife), Raquel, Rafaella and Rebecca (daughters). The project will be based on metrics, as follows: - Concept: Futuristic spaceship with upper window on canvas to show the “crew members”. The ship will move in a “landing” and “takeoff” motion, with ARGB(addressable RGB) light effects. The project color will be matte medium dark grey. The idea is to have the project in a horizontal position(about 40 degrees) and rest in a vertical position. - Size: The project as a whole will have a length between 60 and 70 centimeters, a total width of 35 to 45 centimeters and a height of 15 to 25 centimeters. These measurements will be defined when the hardware and equipment are assembled in the project. - Construction materials: MDF wood, Metalon(Steel), Gel Coat, Fiberglass, Acrylic, Styrofoam, aluminum screen. Below is a sketch of the design that will be the basis for building the project (sorry for the LoL design)
  5. Hello Im Dony (daguar). I come from Indonesia At CMWS 2020, this is the second time I have participated in this prestigious competition. For this CMWS20, my case mod title is "SURVIVOR" and it will bring a sci-fi vehicle concept that must survive in a dystopian world. a form of criticism of humans whose ability to adapt to their habitat i decreasing. I convey this criticism in the form of sci-fi vehicle. An allegory in the form of theatrical geometry. There are too many things that inspire me in CMWS this time, and this makes it difficult for me to make the initial sketch. All these ideas just hang around in my brain and change almost every moment. Maybe because I can't put my ideas on paper For workmanship and manufacturing techniques, I still use the method I used last year, because I think there is still a lot to explore. Hopefully the NR200P case I use can help me get the most out of the idea to use. Finally, my hope is to get the best out of this competition. And to all CMWS20 participants, "I am proud to compete with all of you" Good Luck all
  6. Hey Folks !!! I've been modding and building PCs for a really long time, last major mod was my NZXT Phantom about a decade ago. I recently attended a LAN Party with my friends (https://lpane.net/ ) and took home a sweet Cooler Master MasterLiquid PL240 Flux AIO cooler, which reignited my desire to have a dedicated LAN PC! A project and idea were born and I began researching cases that I could use my cooler in as well as my collection of left over parts from my previous desktop computer build. After much research and deliberation I chose the Cooler Master NR200P mini ITX/DTX case cause well I love the Blue color it comes in and I realized that with a little modification I could make this case work for my cooler and be a unique work of art in the process. I'm a big fan of robots and what not so all my computers have been named after robots etc, my OG build was Wheatley from Portal 2 built in a Phantom, my new build is Rosie from the Jetsons built in a Corsair 7000D, that brings us to this build ! XJ9/Jenny after the main character in My Life as a Teenage Robot on Nickelodeon. The color the case kind of sealed the deal ! FAQ: Q: Why the old GPU ? A: The games we play at LAN Parties are older and less graphically intensive, also this PC will run Linux so older hardware is better supported there So lets run down what we are doing here !! These are the parts I have on hand and have decided to use so far , everything else Is up in the air at the moment ! Parts on Hand: - Cooler Master MasterLiquid PL240 Flux AIO Liquid Cooler - Cooler Master NR200P mini ITX/DTX Case in Caribbean Blues - Sapphire AMD RX 580 Nictro+ 8GB GPU Tentative Parts (Parts I am considering for the rest of the build) - Corsair SFX750 750Watt SFX PSU - ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Impact - (x2) Samsung 980 Pro 2TB NVME PCIe 4.0 SSD - (x2) Scythe Kaze Flex 120mm Slim Fan 300-1800RPM (Bottom Intake) - More To come The Mods (So Far ) - Invert and Flip the NR200P case, top mount Radiator for AIO cooler, vertical mount GPU upsidedown, Window on right side from the front. - Paint PSU mounting bracket and PCI slot covers metallic silver - Custom 3D Printed U shaped feet, sanded and painted metallic silver - GPU shroud painted metallic blue in special two part pain process using colored clear coats - Paint GPU PCIe clip metallic silver to match rest of PCI slot covers. - Paint the solid white stripe part of the mesh on the top metallic blue using the same two part process as GPU shroud. - Custom 3D printed mount plate for mounting radiator flush in the top (work in progress)
  7. Hello CoolerMaster fans! It's that time of the year again. Welcome to CMWS 2020! I hope everyone is doing fine despite the ongoing pandemic. For this years project, I will be doing a small form factor build using the NR200 Case from Coolermaster. The theme of the mod will be based on the game, Control by remedy entertainment. I would like to thank the following sponsors for the support: Coolermaster - (case, fans, PSU) MSI Gaming - (motherboard and graphics card) Patriot - (M.2 SSD, RAM) Quick Specs: i5 10500K MSI Z490 Unify ITX MSI RTX 2080 16gb Patriot DDR 3600 500GB Patriot VPR100 NVME SSD 500GB Tforce Cardea TUF NVME SSD ASUS TUF GAMING LC 240 AIO Coolermaster V850 SFX PSU Coolermaster NR200P Case
  8. Hello everyone, I am AK from Taiwan and this is my 3rd year participating in Case Mod World Series. I participated in Tower Mods for 2 years in a row, and I honored to have won in 2019. This will be my first time to sign up for Scratch Builds. I will try my best to do my best and complete the mod as always. The theme is Cyberpunk 2077-Deconstruction and will focus on the most eye-catching Mantis Blades in the repair and deconstruction game! Specs: INTEL I9-10900K AORUS Z490 XTREME AORUS GeForce RTX 3080 MASTER AORUS RGB Memory 3200MHz 8GX4 GIGABYTE NVMe SSD 1TB AORUS P850W 80+ GOLD Modular COOLER MASTER MASTERFAN SF120M COOLER MASTER ATX 24 Pin 90° Adapter Standard GL ALPHACOOLEiszapfen Laser Fitting With 4pin Molex ZADAK CAPACITIVE TOUCH SWITCH 3M TWIN AXIAL PCIe CABLE SH Water cooling: Bitspower Premium Summit M Mystic Black Metal Edition Bitspower D5 Vario Motor Bitspower Leviathan XF 120 4xG1/4" Radiator Bitspower Water Tank Z-Multi 50 V2 Bitspower Touchaqua In-Line Filter Bitspower Touchaqua Digit Thermal Sensor Bitspower Touchaqua Digital RGB Multi Function Controller Bitspower Touchaqua PWM FAN Multi Function HUB Bitspower Fittings Massive thanks to Cooler Master, AORUS, NVIDIA GeForce Taiwan, Bitspower, ModMyMods, ZADAK, 3M for supporting my projects. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AKModTW/ Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/AKMod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/akmodtw/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AKModTW
  9. Hi folks, this is my first time building a scratch build so let's start... I am a huge fan of Fallout. I like that post-apocalyptic atmosphere in the game, so I decided to create something from the game. But what should it be? Then during a fallout session i saw it, a Terminal-PC with some nice hardware and custom water cooling in it. The Project The Terminal it self is made out of wood, aluminum and a bunch of 3D printed parts. The template i found was a 2D model and i decide to create it in 3D to see how it looks. After a long night i was finished to create the 3D model and i did not know how many problems comes at me. xD As you can see, it doesn't look too bad, so I had all of the wood parts made. The case on the right is a Lian Li mini ITX from a project i did before now the dimension of the Terminal are visible and they are not so small what i thought. Next step printing some additional parts, not so easy without 3D-Printer... But more about that in the next update ... The Hardware The hardware is not that special, it's still around at home from my last project so I can use it for this one too. CPU: Intel Core i5-8400 2,8 GHz RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB Series, DDR4-3000, CL 16 - 16 GB Dual-Kit PSU: GPU: GeForce GTX 1060 STRIX 6G Gaming Mobo: ASUS ROG STRIX B360-I Gaming SSD: 970 EVO NVMe SSD The Cooling: At the moment i don't know which components are the best one for this project, so i will add this later. CPU-Cooler: GPU-Cooler Radiator: EK Water Blocks - EK-CoolStream SE 240 Pump: Tube: Fittigs: Fans: Next Updates soon so stay tuned.
  10. Hi everybody MP in the house! This time a epic co-op with MSI, AMD, Cooler Master, Viper Gaming, cablemod and Bitspower and Remedy Entertainment... thanks for the support! Based on the brilliant game 'CONTROL' where you control some freaking forces to take back control of the world and set things straight ones and for all! Like always... be ready for an epic ride!
  11. Hello friends, Vicentini here! I present here a casemod inspired by the game Diablo3, used an cosmos C700p Black Edition. Cooler Master Latin America and Team Group Supported this work.
  12. Hello everyone I signed in for the first year A project to do with games that everyone should have played. I'll do my best. Yuri MCV Project
  13. Hello Everyone, it's nice to be back! I am Von Carlo a.k.a Reapervon a Filipino case modder from Japan. Some of my friends here already knows that I am a big fan of futuristic looking pc, so here's the theme of my entry for this year's modding contest. Specs CPU: Core i9 10900K Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus 12 Formula GPU: ASUS ROG Strix Gaming RTX 3070 MEMORY: OCPC X3 RGB DDR4 32GB (4x8GB) BLACK LABEL SSD: OCPC HP SSD M.2 NVMe PCIe 1TB BLACK LABEL and OCPC 1TB Black Label SSD PSU: Cooler Master V1200 Platinum Watercooling parts from Bitspower Sponsored by ASUS, OCPC and Bitspower
  14. Hey, people. First, I just want to say thanks for taking a look at this worklog. I'm new to this competition as this will be my first year competing, but I do have a reasonable amount of experience as a boutique builder. Because of this, I believe, first and foremost, a system must be easy to work with and function focused. I like to make things that look good and work well too. Aesthetically, material choice and finish quality are very important to me. CM 2020 Cobalt Weald (aka Smurf's Got Wood) This mod is based on the greatest game to have ever existed. You all know which game I'm talking about. Obviously, it's Lumber Tycoon 2. https://media4.giphy.com/media/MqxZxTlvcY5BS/200.gif Case: Cooler Master NR600 Power Supply: Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 850w CPU: I suppose Motherboard: See "CPU:" RAM: You Betcha Graphics Card: GTX 1080 Fans: I would assume between 0 and 97 included Water-cooling gear: Assorted Alpha cool, Barrow, Hardware labs, Magicool, and EKWB gear. Materials: Maple, Aluminum, MDPC-X cable sleeve, other junk and such. Sponsors: RAID Shadow Legends - they said no Norton Antivirus - gave me a virus, my computer got one too Raycon Earbuds - Apparently you need at least 2 youtube subscribers My Wallet - the real MVP. Gave 110% but now it's done. It's got nothing left. Unfortunately, I will not be able to really update progress for several weeks as I am in the middle of a move. I am also extremely limited on my usual tools for this mod and that won't really improve until after I'm mostly done with it. It's forced me to be extremely careful about everything. I will update with some pictures soon once I have taken all of my measurements and then nailed down all the components. There are a lot of things that I plan to do with this mod that I really want to talk about but I will hold back. Enjoy more soon.
  15. Greetings everyone! This scratch case based on design ingame item from video game - Overwatch.
  16. Hello again! This time, my first ever SFF custom build based on the Control Ultimate Edition game. First of all, I would like to thank the sponsors for their support on this project: Cooler Master, MSI Gaming and Patriot Viper (full specs below). Of course, this build will also contain some nice custom loop but it will be most thrilling to do it in a nice SFF case such as NR200. Photos of the components will be updated later on. Thanks and hope you like what you see in my future work logs. Specifications of Control, Object of Power: Cooler Master NR200 Cooler Master V850 SFX GOLD 4x Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 HALO (WHITE EDITION) MSI MEG Z490i UNIFY Intel Core i7-10700k MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor Patriot Viper RGB 2x 8GB 3600MHz Patriot Viper VPR100 M.2 PCIe SSD 512GB Water cooling parts: EK-Quantum Kinetic FLT 120 D5 EK-Quantum Magnitude CPU Block - Intel 115x/1200 6x EK-Quantum Torque HDC-16 - Black EK-Torque HTC-16 Color Rings Pack - Red (10pcs) 2x EK-Quantum Torque Rotary 90 - Black EK-CoolStrem SE 240 (Slim Dual) List is updated and final. https://content.invisioncic.com/r273196/emoticons/default_smile.png
  17. Hi, everybody! My name is Pavel, I'm from Russia This year I conceived a case based on the CS:GO game. namely the in the form of the famous C4 bomb. Hardware: Asus H11oM-R Intel Pentium G4400 Patriot Viper 4 Elite GeForce 1030 CoolerMaster I70C PSU FSP SSD Crucial BX500
  18. Hello modders, My name is Caio, but I am better known as C0571NH4, I have been casemod for almost 20 years, but in the last few years I came back with strength. My project this year was based on the game Fallout, I used references from all games to generate a final result that I liked. The case used was the Cosmos C700P Black Edition. And here I present the initial project. With some ideas. I disassembled it to perform some tests of space and positioning of the parts and to know the case and define what modifications should be made. Testing the new cover. To cover all the lower parts, support the details and more. Positioning the GPU in a different location to get out of the ordinary.
  19. What's up guys, I'm Sam from Samcaworks. My entry this year will be a unique kind of scratch build. I will be updating this thread for the design, process and the final photos of the project.
  20. Hello everyone, I am Lyc from Taiwan.This is my first time participating in Case Mod World Series.In order to present this work I sign up this time for Scratch Builds. The theme is Sanada Maru - fortification.Shows the combination of ancient city and modern
  21. INTRODUCTION “OZOB” is the name of the current project for 2020. Loved by the Brazilian nerds, Ozob was presented in 2013 for the podcast series called “Cyberpunk RPG” is a replicant bald, red-haired, albino mercenary with a red grenade in the place of his nose, a dystopian, mocking clown. In addition to the podcast that has been a success for more than 14 years of existence, the character has already turned several products such as t-shirts, collector's items, books and will be present in the game Cyberpunk 2077 to the delight of fans in Brazil. A theme owned by Deive Pazos, co-owner of the Portal “Jovem Nerd”, this website has expressive access numbers above 40 million pageviews monthly, apart from that it has the best known podcast in Brazil accounts for more than 1 million downloads each edition of “nerdcast” and its youtube channel easily exceeds 400 thousand views per episode. PROJECT DESIGN CONCEPT The idea of the project is to create the most fantastic painting in the world with details in flawless airbrushing and very inspired by the book cover of the same theme. HARDWARE & SPONSORS Thanks to Coolermaster, AMD, Aorus, Team Group, Gigabyte and Alpha Acrilico for the support. Specifications: CASE: COOLERMASTER C700M MB: Gigabyte B550 VISION D VGA: AORUS RTX 2070 Xtreme CPU: Ryzen R5 3600X RAM: Team Group Nighthawk DDR4 RGB 8GB x4 SSD: Team Group Delta MAX 250GB SSD M2: WD_Black SN750 M.2 250GB x2 PSU: COOLERMASTER V Gold SFX 850w FAN: COOLERMASTER Masterfan SF120R ARGB AIO: COOLERMASTER Master Liquid ML240RS RGB KEYBOARD: COOLERMASTER SK650 MOUSE: COOLERMASTER MM830 PAD: COOLERMASTER MP750 XL HEADSET: COOLERMASTER MH752
  22. Another CMWS, another Project! Happen to be, there are a lot of unused material. So, decided to do another project. ARGB Masterrace Project. Thanks Cooler Master for all the helps and Sponsors. Really Appreciate it. I have been working on this project for weeks now. The inspiration is coming from the famous arcade maze game from 1980; Pac-Man. One just cannot forget this legendary games. The progress of this project is quite fun and challenging. The materials used in this project are cheap and easy to get. The hardest part is to get ARGB LED which is quite hard to get in my area. Specification Intel Pentium G4400 Asus H110i-Plus 8GB ARGB RAM T-Force 128GB SSD OCZ Agility 4 Cooler Master Power Supply 1200Watt Platinum Series Cooler Master Air Cooler MA410M TUF Edition ARGB Cooler Master ATX 24 Pin 90 Degree Adapter Cooler Master CK530 TKL Argb Mechanical Keyboard Mod onzzz~!!!!
  23. Projeto Titanfall Sempre gostei do design do jogo titanfall, o design futurista e as linhas diagonais chamam minha atenção então após observar os desenhos do jogo comecei a construir possíveis projetos. Trabalho da seguinte forma, sempre que estou olhando para algo, sempre me perguntando se combinaria com algum projeto que estou prestes a fazer.
  24. Illidan would say: You are not prepared. I am so glad he is "part" of another expansion. So hi there, i'm Andreas - aka. as-modding. This is my 3rd CMWS and hopefully not the last. PROJECT DESIGN & INSPIRATION Inspired by the upcoming expansion, which hopefully turns out better than the last ones, i want to create a authentic scene (if possible ingame scene) which can directly be identified as WoW Shadowlands. Always trying to learn a few new things, i want to make use of airbrush this time. New to me also will be trying to sculpt stuff - I hope this all works out well. Also the use of epoxy and acrylic might be possible. HARDWARE & SPONSORS: My sponsors for this build are Coolermaster and AsRock. Thank you guys for making this one possible. Hardware photos will follow. Case: Coolermaster MasterBox Q300L CPU: - Mainboard: AsRock H470M Pro4 GPU: - RAM: - Storage: - PSU: Coolermaster MWE Gold 650 CPU Cooler: Coolermaster MasterLiquid ML240 V2 Fans: Coolermaster Masterfan Pro 120 other:
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