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Hey! No final plans for it yet. Got some great ideas popping out tho. Design should be sleek and clean yet functional. Thank you so much! Btw, I checked ur log and good to see you're moving ahead as well. Are you mounting the fans outside too or what? What are your plans for it?

Yeah, I've been MIA for a long time. Life got in the way of my fun. Your progress is looking great!! My original design, I was looking to use two 200mm x 20mm fans for a push/pull 200mm rad. The push fan would be mounted on the front of chassis. I was looking at originally a mesh front then opted for solid metal but didn't like the large hole look. Was toying with some designs then PPC came out with their Prodigy case. I scratched mine to avoid looking like I copied them, despite on parallel ideas. Maybe I should had stuck with because I would probably be done with my build now. lol

I am planning on getting a lot of cutting done this weekend. My backplate will be nearly ready today biggrin.gif There are a few more things to do, more touch up than anything but I'll put some updates on it later today.
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Yeah, I've been MIA for a long time. Life got in the way of my fun. Your progress is looking great!! My original design, I was looking to use two 200mm x 20mm fans for a push/pull 200mm rad. The push fan would be mounted on the front of chassis. I was looking at originally a mesh front then opted for solid metal but didn't like the large hole look. Was toying with some designs then PPC came out with their Prodigy case. I scratched mine to avoid looking like I copied them, despite on parallel ideas. Maybe I should had stuck with because I would probably be done with my build now. lol
I am planning on getting a lot of cutting done this weekend. My backplate will be nearly ready today biggrin.gif There are a few more things to do, more touch up than anything but I'll put some updates on it later today.

Same here. I am hella busy even tho it is winter break. yeah I know how it will look with a 200mm hole in front.. lol.. I can't even think of good designs for it too.. that's gonna be difficult for sure. biggrin.gif Goodluck!
   
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UPPPPPPPPPPDAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTESSSSSS!!! biggrin.gif

So this is going to be my last update for this year! biggrin.gif First of all, I got new pump top and res. I will be using the other ones for my other builds. Second, the front panel is done for painting, but I have no designs ready for it yet, sorry. biggrin.gif Third, everything is done inside. I just need to connect all the fittings and wire everything up then it is ready to boot. As what I said last time, I am going back and redo the left side panel. It is next sometime this January, but before that I need to do the cutout for right side panel first. I am also releasing today the design for my right side panel. smile.gif Hope you guys like it! biggrin.gif This is just a shot of the design, more details on it as I go through with the process of it. I got new logo as well. Sorry if the logo s****.. biggrin.gif

A big thanks to everyone supporting this build! More updates coming next year! biggrin.gif

Front panel riveted!

Painted GPU bracket! smile.gif

EVGA GTX 680

Swiftech MCRES Micro Rev. 2

Pump Top, Res, and GPU!



With GTX 680 installed!




New pump top and res : EK D5 X-Top Acetal Pump Top CSQ and Swiftech MCRES Micro Rev. 2



This is where I am placing the pump and the res.

Right side panel final design : Bottom left is HDD cage vents and bottom right is fan grill for PSU

New logo

Edited by adamski07 - 12/29/12 at 7:30pm
   
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Dude, this build is beautiful. You do awesome work, man.
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Gorgeous!
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WOW! Very very nice looking build.
    
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Amazing! cant wait for next update
really inspiring!
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absolutely awesome. It's amazing how far imagination and technical know how can go
    
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This is an amazing mod, I have been following this thread in "lurker" mode, and I signed up to OCN mostly to follow this thread. It inspired me to start a mod on my old A+ Diablo case, however I am uncertain if I will make a build log as progress is incredibly slow. I am looking forward to future posts and keep up the great work.
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This is an amazing mod, I have been following this thread in "lurker" mode, and I signed up to OCN mostly to follow this thread. It inspired me to start a mod on my old A+ Diablo case, however I am uncertain if I will make a build log as progress is incredibly slow. I am looking forward to future posts and keep up the great work.

welcome to OCN!
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