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Space Bar Mods -  Lilith, Mother of All PCs


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Hi~ My name is Jamie. This is our first ever computer case mod and also our first year competing. Under the name of Space Bar Mods my family and I  wanted to take our skills to the next level. What better way to do that than jump in head first. We are avid gamers and PC builders but have never attempted a mod before, so any/all advice is welcome :D

Our concept is directly from last years Blizzcon. It was our daughters first year attending and the new cinematic for Diablo IV really stuck with us. A poster we received at the event is our inspiration for the build and is included with our hardware picture.

We have no sponsors, but would love some in the future ;) We are a family of "die hards" when it comes to components. We decided to go out of our comfort zone to try as many new manufacturers as we can.



  • Case - Cooler Master NR 600
  • Power Supply : EVGA Supernova 1000 P2
  • Mother Board: MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 3900x
  • Memory: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series (4x8gb) 3600
  • Graphics: ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce RTX 2060
  • Storage: Western Digital WD BLACK SN750 NVMe
  • WaterCooling: Bitspower
  • CableMods/Screws: Cable Mods


Can't wait to see how it turns out !


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Hardware Unboxing

  • Case
  • Motherboard:


  • Socketed Ryzen 9 (got excited to test the hardware out and forgot to take a box photo)
  • NVME
  • Memory
  • Graphics Card:
  • Power Supply



Lilith Lives:

Hardware test complete! I am on the hunt for a 3080 (like most of us) so I can really give her the power she deserves. I now have an idea of what our final water cooling loop will be as well as measurements to complete our mod. Time to start drawing.






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  • 4 weeks later...

Etching the glass - I've never working with this etching cream before and I didn't want to ruin the case. I ordered a piece of tempered glass in the correct dimension and thickness to mimic the case glass and did a practice run before doing the actual glass panel.

Practice Etching:
Vinyl is placed

Etching cream applied for 20 minutes


Removing the vinyl


Final Practice Glass



Etching the tempered glass panel:
Vinyl is placed


Etching Cream Applied:


Final Glass Panel! I really liked how this turned out and how the light reflect off.


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I completed 3d printing my heart. Glued it together with resin and UV Lighting and sanded it down to hid the connections. I then practice fitted my tubing and "Artery" Sizes to make sure they all worked. I then painted the hear to look realistic and left the inside white to allow light to reflect inside the heart.






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I attached my 3d printed horns to the case and tested them out with my wing prototype.







I came up with a new wing prototype and connect them to the wings. I like the way these are turning out much better. I also marked off and wired servo motors which when connected to the wings will allow them to remotely open and close.










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