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Subbed for great justice. This is gonna be epic, like the name mentions!!
Thanks Scurk! Glad people use that word to describe what I do haha.


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I guess you'll see this post then!


Time for an update and damn, this thing is so close to finished, I can almost feel it!


I got my 3mm black on the table and cut out the top panel. Since the panel needed depth milling on the top side and bottom side of the panel, I decided the best way to do it would be to mill two pieces and stick them together to form the 6mm panel.


With the help of Weldon 16 and some clamps, the desired result was achieved!


I decided to start hairline polishing the outer parts of the case and man my arms are sore, I will eventually do a full wash out once all the polishing is done.


You might find that mostly people will start a project log by listing all the parts that will go inside and whilst I have done this in the past, I didn't put up the specs at first because:

1. When I started to build this case, it was a prototype for my first case to go onto my online store. As such, there was nothing going into the case.

2. Half way through building it this case was bought and so now we can present you the specs.






At current I know there are some SSD's, Rampage III Extreme, dual 5970's, AX1200 PSU etc etc and I only know this because well, I got all the watercooling parts already from EKWB!

Woot!


Oh and its dual loop, sexy right?


Dual 5970's, rampage full block, DAYUUM!

More soon!


http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=209232 - Don't forget to vote!
post #55 of 93
BRING US...

THE WATER!i
    
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post #56 of 93
MOAR PLEASE SIR!!!! Awesome work mate.
Good to see aussie modders out there, dont see em often enough.
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post #57 of 93
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MOAR PLEASE SIR!!!! Awesome work mate.
Good to see aussie modders out there, dont see em often enough.
We are indeed far and few between. There are some really good aussie modders though, attila is certainly a good example.
post #58 of 93
"Waste is a thief..." That's from Fight Club.

Awesome work, man. Just curious, how much did this cost you in materials alone just for the case?

Looks like an Epic-style TJ07.
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MOAR PLEASE SIR!!!! Awesome work mate.
Good to see aussie modders out there, dont see em often enough.
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"Waste is a thief..." That's from Fight Club.

Awesome work, man. Just curious, how much did this cost you in materials alone just for the case?

Looks like an Epic-style TJ07.
Up to 600AUD worth of ISO9001 construction grade acrylic.

Used 6mm black, 3mm black, 3mm clear, 6mm clear
post #60 of 93
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Well after a wash down we are ready for some pics.

Still needs another polish before the hardware goes in though.





















Overall I am pretty happy with how it has all turned out
There is still the hardware to go so stick around!

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