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On 10/12/2016 at 1:53 AM, xtian1 said:

great build! will be following this project closely, very creative!!

Thanks xtian1.

Update with engine system.

This time I bring the two Cooler Master V8 GTS in place, one Seidon 120V rad chopped from 120mm to 85mm high, as well space for two 60mm fans.
The graphics has now an improved liquid bloc to memory and vrm.
Made the holes for cable management and it´s pretty much this.
The following pictures.


That´s all for now and thanks for your patience.

Have a brave new world of seventen.

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Update with rgb vandal switch.

Today I bring the first ever rgb vandal switch, and mean rgb to match the entire project color in one at the time. At this time are made switches in tricolors, blue, red and green.

For a while I was looking for a solution and finally managed to achievement.

This were the steps I took,
The first option is the best, but takes too much time for iron welding as show in third attempt,
In the second I removed the two leds and put wires instead, was going good until the test reveals I lost both red and green colors.
Well the third attempt I didn´t finish because was getting difficult the welding after remove the white layer.
The fourth is only to show the missing weld points will get malfunction of the led strip.
The fifth is the good one that allowed me the completion of this feature.
And below is the Elewind PM 221 disassembled.


Prepared to ensemble.


Several attempts until reach the optimal solution.


Switch upgraded, appearance remains intact.


The democracy state.


That´s it for the moment, next time will be more.


Have a brave new year.

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Greetings fellas,
Update with assembling, sleeving with paracord 550, rgb test, ect.

The two former weeks allowed me to push "almost" to finish line of the Bellardo ZMR 500V4.
Solved the ink issue by hand paint with brush, better conditions for me and less time to complete the process, around 24 hours between each lair.
The assembling process is a pain, luckily I have a special box that help me keep thoughts on proper place.
The following pictures.
Enter the main bios.


Engine with impact.


"Temporary" assistant.




Lights on for testing purpose.


Almost there, a little tiny winy more.


That´s all for the moment.

Thanks for stopping by.:grin:

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Hi everyone, 

One more step to add to this build, 

Yesterday I managed to continue the ensemble of the Bellardo, fixed the remain parts in right position, but not finished yet...



White in the dark.


For the next remains the ssd tray and rear lights (cable management),

Until then,


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16 hours ago, rfarmer said:

I remember watching this thread during the competition and thinking what a great looking build it was. Glad to see you got it finished.

Thanks rfarmer, it´s nice to finally get to the finish ( almost there) line after more than one year working on this.


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Today I finally have finished the Bellardo ZMR 500V4.

Not much work, only the ssd tray with 3,5" support, also tweaked the rear lights.

Pictures next.


Full size.


Thanks to Sofia Mota and Cooler Master Portugal to make this possible.

Have a nice day.

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