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  1. Hi all. I’m so happy to be a part of the event. It’s exactly what I have been searching for. Im kicking myself I only discovered the the comp on the 12th of December. This is my first scratch build and entry to an event like the case mod World Series so please forgive the lack of pictures on my projects timeline as I am not on social media other than a personal Facebook. My creation is what I name Goliath, Project: The Alpha Aorus (Alphacool/ Aorus build) The parts I am using are Aorus X570 Xtreme motherboard AMD Ryzen 5900x Aorus 4400hmz 16gb Ram Aorus 1TB Gen 4 NVMe, Full Copper Aorus 850w Gold power supply Aorus 6800 master (if I can’t find a card for my waterblock) 4 X Aerocool Duo pro 200mm 6x Aerocool Edge pro 120mm Alphacool 1260mm NeXxos Supernova full copper radiator Alphacool Eisball with Vp755 pump Alphacool Eisbaer Solo Modular CPU cooler/pump combo 5m of ARGB cable, and a Coolermaster ARGB strip to finish off below the motherboard. and secret Coolermaster back of motherboard cooler (read on to find out more, and remember you saw it here first ) Goliath has been in development for around 2 years now and is very close to completion (I prey this doesn’t exclude me from the comp if you read further I have a very valid excuse on why this has taken me longer than usual I have only really began fabrication around September this year). It has taken an extensive amount of planning and trialing to come up with a design I was happy to move forward with into the fabrication phase. The inspiration for Goliath comes from seeing performance builds using multiple rads in awkward arrangement to achieve the cooling desired. I wanted to invent a design that used one large efficient radiator over many small rads. By having one large rad it reduces the hose fittings down to 2 which in my mind is optimal as it reduces possible failure points. With the sheer size of the full copper radiator the systems fans can operate at zero or low RPM and rely solely on passive cooling which greatly increases efficiency and fan lifespan. Goliaths chassis is entirely fabricated from mild steel RHS (Rectangular hollow section), SHS, (square hollow section) and plate steel varying between 2-3mm thickness. The chassis is fully welded and is a single piece no fixings are used. The thickness of the steel is by design. Built into the case at its base is a keyed locker armoured by 3mm plate steel. All the materials are salvaged workshop scraps from my old workplace so the expense on steel is $0. The most expensive part of the process has been buying all the required tools for the job as i no longer have workshop access Eg grinding discs, drill bits, taps, welding supplies ect. No longer having workshop access that I am used to was a big hinderance so I have been working from my car garage and have setup a clean room in our spare room. This project has taken over our house at several points lol. All the cables for the PC components are routed though either the hidden port in the base or out through the back door. The Locker also protects the switch to the PC power button as well as the ON/OFF switch for the PC itself, this means you can lock your Pc, walk away feeling confident it’s secure and unusable while you are away. The locker protects any additional hardrives and SSDs securing them behind lock and key. The motherboard mount is heavily bolted in front of a Alphacool 1260mm NeXxos supernova and inside houses the power supply, cables from Mobo and fan hubs. The motherboard then becomes the faceplate for the mounting bracket. 4x200mm Aerocool Duo200 are pushing and 6 Aerocool Edge pros pull air and ventilate the hardware cavity, the power supply is also positioned to pull air through the radiator acting as a 7th fan. The approximate Volume of Goliaths case is around 110L. Goliath is 100% my own work. From design, fabricating the chassis, learning to cut and drill glass, through to painting I can honestly say painting has been an absolute nightmare. Due to the nature of silver and chrome paints being very finicky and the showing the slightest imperfections. My latest work has been adding the framing for the four 6mm glass panels that are affixed with security bolts as well as modifying the front plate to suit a 10.1inch LCD that runs as a monitor by HDMI, I run AIDA 64 extreme as a metrics display. I use all Aorus hardware because I just love their customer support and quality products. for lighting affects I have used 5m of generic ARGB cable and a Coolermaster ARGB strip to finish off under the motherboard. How it all came to be. WARNING graphic Well here goes. I have bounced around a lot in my life learning all kinds of manual skills and experience. I was finally in a place in life I was truly happy. I was 3rd year into a fabrication of engineering apprenticeship. I have a way with metal so it was more off a dream than a job for me. My wife was starting her career in sport and exercise science. Our little daughter Valkyrie was about to turn two and she was shocking people with her gifted talents from a young age. life seemed perfect for once until July 22nd 2020 our daughter Valkyrie had a tragic drowning accident. She went 16mins without oxygen to the brain despite our CPR efforts in other words she was deceased for that time. The accident left Valkyrie with an extreme hypoxic brain injury. I wont describe how much this event broke my entire family. I went through a legitimate mental breakdown and to try pull myself through I turned to gaming. I could no longer work as I cared for my daughter and was by her side every minute going days on end without sleep making sure she was comforted in every way. I purchased my first second hand PC so I could play the same games as my childhood friend who helped me through the worst of it. From that point I was hooked on modifying and messing with the setup. Breaking things and making bad decisions I learnt quickly what not to do. I was very happy to discover this was a manual task I could do quietly through the night as I took night caring and my wife did days. I sorely missed my job as a fabricator and realised my tools were going to waste, so I sold them on and invested in PC hardware and tools more suited to the task. I invested in premium parts from Alphacool which cost an arm and a leg to ship to Australia but I don’t like to compromise. This began the creation of Goliath which has slowly grown over the last two years from an idea through to today as I have used it as a distraction from very gloomy thoughts. I hope to kickstart a company in the new year called Armoured Core Customs that’s focus is supplying PC chassis like Goliath and modification. Thanks for reading. I look forward to sharing my progress.
  2. Good day! As part of my build for the scratch mod category, I've included some "accessories". There some extra wood pallet left over from the build and I decided to use it. First I made a laser cut-out of the design I will be using as template in cutting and shaping the wood. Next, with the use of a router, I made a canal/channel in the wood... Next I shaped the wood using a bandsaw... ...with an angle grinder... ...and sandpaper... .... And now we have a cellphone holder/stand...(I know it's not a cm product but still Still using recycled wood, I made a keyboard wrist rest for the Cooler Master Ck350 Mechanical keyboard... Same procedure as above....cut, shape, sand.... Finally, add wood stain (mahogany) ...then wipe ...let dry... ...then spray with sanding sealant... The first accessory made was a headset holder for the Cooler Master MH752 Gaming Headset. It is made of wood and to attach it to any metal part of the case, a neodymium magnet was placed on the other side.
  3. Good day everyone! My name is Michael Dulay and it is my third time joining this prestigous event. I will be updating this thread as soon as I am able. Good luck to all and most importantly, let's all have fun doing what we like doing best.
  4. for CMWS2022 I also tried to follow the "non pc mod" category. I will make a mouse storage area so it doesn't get dusty when lying on the mouse pad. Until now I'm still confused about the mouse to be used. Maybe I'm using MM711 or CM310. But aesthetically it may be a bit disturbing. because the mouse uses a cable. It seems that using a wireless mouse would look better. The best choice is probably on the MM731. The design and philosophy of the chosen theme maybe a bit ordinary. because the processing time is very little. for this modification, I will make plywood as the main material. In summary, I combined Victorian chest style with Mecha legs from the future For additional materials, especially for accents, I will use a bit of PVC sheet. Even though this is my first time using plywood, I hope to present this work well. To maximize the use of easily recycled materials, for the final finishing layer, I used boiled tea leaves to give some color to the plywood layers. This plywood material is also an option because it wants to be included in the "Best Use Re useable Material Category"
  5. This Project started a few month ago in a conversation with a Friend. He was talking about how nice it would be to put a fully custom watercooled PC on the Backside of a Monitor so that he can save some space and still have some eye candy. With this conversation in our head we often talked about it and how we could do that. And after a while we created a plan how we could do it so that the idea becomes reality. Luckily we were able to get our Hands on one of Coolermasters GM34 curved Gaming Monitors so that we were now in the Position to start our Scratch Build / Non PC Mod Project. But before we start, we wanted to send a big thank you to Coolermaster, Asrock, Predator, Seasonic & Alphacool for their ongoing Support over the last years!!!!! And naturally some eye candyhttps://twemoji.maxcdn.com/2/72x72/1f600.png Like you can imagine….first of all we had to unbox this Beauty of a Display to take a look on it and to start measuring all the Parts which were relevant for our Project. With all the Measurement taken, we could start with a mount for the Hardware Tray. Those mountings will be used to attach them and the Hardware Tray to the Original Monitor Stand. They are printed on one of our Resin Printers so that we got the highest accuracy on the Threads. After that, we transferred the Measurements we had taken, on a big sheet of aluminum, which we will use to mount our Hardware on it. As everything was transferred, we grabbed our Drills and Jigsaw to start the drilling and cutting of all the holes and openings we will need After this cutting and drilling, we had to bend the aluminum sheet so that is flows with the Curve of the monitor. And then we could add some Paint to our Hardware base, so that we could let it dry and start to work on some of the other Parts. Therefore we grabbed the radiators for the Watercooling and a part of the Monitor Stand, so that we could add some fresh paint in a pattern which reminds on the CM Color Scheme on the Box of the Monitor. With all those little things prepared....we could start to assemble the first parts... beside that we also prepared the GPU for watercooling and prepared the first tubes...
  6. Hi Everyone, I am Rexy from the Philippines. It is my first-time to join here in CMWS. I will do Modification on the Cooler Master MM731 with a theme of Sci-fi. I like to watch Sci-fi movies which gives me a futuristic concept of what I called - "MOU-CA" (MOUse in a CApsule). The idea is to put a revolving mouse inside an experimental capsule. The base structure is 3d printed. And for the aesthetics, I'll be using scraps, recyclable materials and some 3d printed parts. Thank you Cooler Master for this opportunity. And, I am looking forward to see all the entries for this season. Peripherals: COOLER MASTER MM731 Inspiration: *I don't know who the original creator of the photos from above. I saw it on google with different uploader so - who ever the original creator - credits to you.
  7. It's about time we put two NR200P in stereo. Idea: Build bookshelf sized stereo speakers using Masterbox NR200P cases. Hardware: Case - NR200P Tweeter - Focal Flax Evo TAM tweeter (Aluminium/Magnesium ‘M’-profile inverted dome tweeter) Woofer - Focal Flax Evo PS 165 FXE 6½" (165 mm) Filter - Focal Adjustable Crossover 12-18dB/oct @3kHz Cables - Oehlbach Twinmix One 3 mm² Terminals - Dayton Audio BPA3-8 Gold Sponsors: AAMP Nordic (Supporting with Focal) Cooler Master (NR200P was sponsored in an earlier stage for previous projects and now disassebled and reused for this project)
  8. Hi guys, here is a project that has computer parts, well just ram actually. but is more or less just to set them in scene. RAM stands for the Ram modules I integrated into this one. I used the Thermaltake Toughram Modules and integrated them into a Machine gun to show them off in such a way, that If yI wouldnt pouint them out, you wouldnt know they are there. I set it all off on a bunch of wooden planks bought dirt cheap from a buildinding society and made a double sided Rambo knife to set it off with a real Rambo knife too. After the fire at Caseking (my ex employer) I havent been able to repair it yet, so its a project ongoing. Dont even know If I can fix it. Its severly burnt. Aynway, here are some pictures. This was a low budget and quite qucik to make project. I udes the rambo knife hilt to make the hilts of the double handed Rambo Ram knife.
  9. Hey all! I have been building/painting this over the past few months after work and I am pretty happy with how it came out. I am a fan of the Borderlands Series and I wanted to make something that was pulled straight from the world. I went with a few mods that I designed and 3D printed to add some flair to the build: 3D printed, taller feet for air flow Custom designed "vent" and standoffs attached to the PSU housing for cable management Cut out the space to fit a 5" monitor in the front Custom designed frame for the front monitor Acrylic/UV reactive painted parts Painted and lettered all the keys on the keyboard by hand Designed a wallpaper in wallpaper engine for the front display Hope you enjoy! Here are a few of my favorites and the final submissions https://imgur.com/a/YHdyYNE
  10. My name is Nick Van Guth AKA Termuda Square, I was one of last years apprentice league winners and I’m back for a second year.... but this time I’ve came more prepared then last year, as I’ve been planning in my mind and with cad modeling since the end of last years event. As well as a few things I will be unveiling later, but keeping private for now. One rule in modding I’ve always stuck to is remake it till it’s perfect, if it doesn’t look good from 1mm away it’s not worth showing. So this year my build will still be focused on details, but new details ! This years Mod will be 80% tower mod as 20% scratch Mod, I will be changing up my style from sleek and minimal to dark and creepy and mysterious. Main themes - Dark Magic, Gold, Dark, Experimental, greek statues, Along with all new frame parts to cut weight, while maintaining strength of the rebuilt Sl600m chassis. - Main tools used - - Cnc/auto cad used - 3D Resin printer - Nova3D - co2 laser - Paint booth & paint guns - airbrush - & more -Products & Sponsors- - CoolerMaster Sl600m - CoolerMaster V850 - Alphacool : Liquid cooling - ModMyMods : Liquid cooling - Gscustomz : Cables - HyperX : Memory, Ssd’s - Kingstontechnology : m.2 drives - Peripherals - CoolerMaster - 3D printers and resin ( all supplied by Nova3d ) Social media’s -Facebook’s- https://www.facebook.com/people/Nick-Van-Guth/100008128274557 https://m.facebook.com/TermudaSquareTech/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/termudasquare/?hl=en And thank you for reading my log, I look forward to seeing what everyone creates.
  11. My name is Nick Van Guth AKA Termuda Square, and I’m back for yet another year! Last year I was lucky enough to be chosen as one of the apprentice league winners, so I’m back and I’m even more prepared then last year. Besides my tower mod which you can find here https://worklogs.coolermaster.com/topic/28822-termuda-square-blδck-mδgic/ I will be modding a few peripherals to match the theme of my mod. - Mod theme - The theme will be dark yet sleek mixed with experimental techniques, along with hints of gold and a creepy occult Type vibe. - Peripherals modded - - CoolerMaster MM831 - CoolerMaster MK850 I look forward to seeing everyone’s creations until then, happy modding !
  12. Welcome to my worklog for the Peripheral challenge in the CMWS2020 this one is gonna be fun to make and fun to play with afterwards. Based upon a ........ it will........ and also one can use it to........ having said that, I will use a .......... to make it.............. so that it can ot only be used as a ....... but also as a ....... Having said that, I of course dont want to give everything away yet, so stay tuned to see what happens next. Please keep this information confidential, I have already given enough info about its......... more to come.....
  13. For this years CMWS, I wil be doing a peripheral mod as well to go alongside with Control custom build which will include: Cooler Master MasterMouse MM830 Cooler Master MasterKeyboard MK730 Special thanks to Cooler Master! First, product photos.
  14. My peripheral mod will be of the Cooler Master MK850 Keyboard along side the Control Pad. I mostly wanted to make these pieces fit in with the aesthetic of the case better as they are already beautiful stock. The plan was to cut some Wenge and put that in place of the stock foam pads. To do this, I used my bandsaw to cut the Wenge at an angle and chamfered the edges. I then sanded everything to 600 grit for the smoothest possible finish. Before finishing, I added some magnets to attach the Wenge to the Keyboard and Control Pad since I noticed the stock pads had these as well and they work well to prevent the pads from moving around.
  15. Hello, my name is Ferenc Koszt from hungary. This project is the first modding HERE! ( Sorry, my English is horrible). The Steam Helicarrier (SH) is a steampunk style helicarrier of the Avengers film.
  16. hi everyone this is my new project for the collermaster peripheral I start from a CM masterpulse headset and I'll paint it and build a dedicated stand.
  17. And here comes the attachment for my Project Pandora from the scratch build category! The name comes from the myth of Pandora's Box, which tells that the Box contained all the chaos of the world and hid all the hope at the bottom. Well I was out of fantasy for the name so I'm just calling the keyboard Chaos because it's a mechanic one and they're usually noisy, and the mouse Hope because I hope it's not as noisy as the Logitech one I have. EDIT: Since I didn't have time to commit to Project Pandora, because Project A.R.E.S. took all of my time, I decided to make this become the A.R.E.S. Command Center, a station with mouse and keyboard inspired by Sci-Fi display and setup designs. The goodies provided by Cooler Master should be here soon so I can start designing, hence why I have nothing to show you guys at the moment. Those goodies should be the MK730 keyboard and MM711 mouse.
  18. HYDROPOWER by retro PC mods, AKA Dante Mutti. Corresponding Peripherals Mod located here. INTRODUCTION The idea for this mod was to create a scratch built chassis that would showcase the water cooling components in a retro/industrial hydro-electric theme. DESIGN CONCEPT & INSPARATION I love building mods that have a retro, industrial, semi-steampunk feel to them. Within this design style I wanted the theme for this mod to center around water and electricity, while showcasing the water cooling components because this would be my first custom loop. I set out to make something that would not look like a computer, but rather some type of lab equipment that would be right at home in a post-apocalyptic underground laboratory. HARDWARE SPONSORS [Thank You!] EK Water Blocks: Water Cooling Custom Loop Kingston HyperX: Memory Fractal Design: Power Supply Patriot Viper Gaming: M.2 SSD HARDWARE CPU: Intel i7 9700 Motherboard: ASUS TUF B360M-PLUS Gaming S Memory: 32GB Kingston HyperX Fury [8GB x 4] Storage: 500GB Viper M.2 NVMe + 1TB Viper M.2 NVMe GPU: NVIDIA Titan X Pascal 12GB Power Supply: Fractal Design Ion+ Platinum 860W Water Cooling: EKWB - Pump/Reservoir, Radiator, Water Blocks, Flow Indicator, Fittings, ZMT Soft Tubing Fans: Cooler Master SickleFlow 120 V2 RGB PWM [x 4] Original 3D Concept The original plan was to make a chassis that was not a conventional shape. I would have the Motherboard, GPU, and water cooling components on the top, and the PSU inside a compartment in the base. The base would have vacuum tubes illuminated from below to give it a retro/vintage feel. Cooler Master items used in the entire project (scratch build mod + peripherals) Scratch Build: SickleFlow 120 V2 RGB PWM [x 4] Scratch Build: 1-to-3 RGB Splitter Cable Peripherals: ControlPad [Sponsored, Huge Thanks to CM!] Peripherals: MM830 Mouse Peripherals: MP510 Mouse Pad Peripherals: MasterPulse Headset Peripherals: GM27-CF Monitor
  19. Matching Peripherals for my Scratch Build Mod called HYDROPOWER. HYDROPOWER Scratch Build located here. The peripherals project will be broken out into 3 separate items: The Graphical Display Unit Monitor The Sound Module Headset The Control Board ControlPad, Mouse, Mouse Pad Cooler Master Peripherals to be included: ControlPad MM830 Mouse MP510 Mouse Pad SGH-4700-KKTA1 MasterPulse Headset GM27-CF Monitor Huge thanks to Cooler Master for providing the ControlPad used in this project.
  20. + These peripherals will be inspired by infamous Maelstorm gang of NightCity (cyberpunk2077). Here are the peripherals that we will customize: MOUSE -COOLERMASTER MM711 TASTIERA -COOLERMASTER SK630 MOUSE PAD - COOLERMASTER MP750-L CARPET – COOLERMASTER FM510 Gaming Chair - COOLERMASTER Caliber X1 MONITOR - COOLERMASTER GM34-Cw
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