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You have to understand that they are modders in their own right, so if your not happy they aren't either, this is what sets them apart from any case manufacturer out there. thumb.gif

I'm almost curious if they'd do an SSI-EEB case then, although at that point I suspect the case would probably cost almost as much as the parts I'd be putting into it! (Well, okay, not really, especially if I did go with two SSI-EEB boards in some sort of cube-shaped setup with one on each side, but I digress....)
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Decided I'm going to go for a Plexi Top and black backplate for the 1080. Only going single card but will possibly get a second down the line.
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I'm almost curious if they'd do an SSI-EEB case then, although at that point I suspect the case would probably cost almost as much as the parts I'd be putting into it! (Well, okay, not really, especially if I did go with two SSI-EEB boards in some sort of cube-shaped setup with one on each side, but I digress....)

I know, it wont be cheap, you could always ask them....biggrin.gif
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I know, it wont be cheap, you could always ask them....biggrin.gif

True... But I'll wait until I have at least some cash and sketches ready first. smile.gif
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True... But I'll wait until I have at least some cash and sketches ready first. smile.gif

Huh, so that's how your supposed to do it. I just keep emailing imersa hoping he guesses what I want. He hasn't let me down yet though.
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Huh, so that's how your supposed to do it. I just keep emailing imersa hoping he guesses what I want. He hasn't let me down yet though.

Always a good idea to do a detailed sketch in photoshop or MS paint, and a written brief as its easier to go by than in just words, then Parvum can advise accordingly. thumb.gif or if they are searching for images and trying to make out what that person has written, it will take longer to get through their daily hundreds of emails, or to help them you could always send them a pizza delivery if they have to work late on your project to keep them fuelled up.............. tongue.gif
Edited by Mads1 - 8/10/16 at 4:58pm
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Been a year since they made my case, but the next one will be a much simpler request. Namely not a fully custom gorm factor.
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Huh, so that's how your supposed to do it. I just keep emailing imersa hoping he guesses what I want. He hasn't let me down yet though.

LEGIT!!!

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Huh, so that's how your supposed to do it. I just keep emailing imersa hoping he guesses what I want. He hasn't let me down yet though.

*laughs* Well, it's more along what Mads1 said... I just want to have most of the basics sorted out, and of course a reasonable amount of room on the credit card to pay for such a workpiece before giving them a shout. I'd also want to make sure that such a plan is what I'd want to go ahead with in the first place (doubly so as it would be fairly close to a full on custom due to SSI-EEB, and TWO of them in the same case), basic aesthetic ideals and theme behind it, if I'd want any additional extras in it, cooling capabilities and possibilities, etc etc. I want to come forward with a bit more than just "I want to cram two SSI-EEB motherboards into a cube-ish case that's similar in styling to the R1.0, with both motherboards vertical, one in 'standard' orientation and the other in 'reverse' so that you can see in from both sides - oh, and I'm watercooling all of it too".... ^_^ biggrin.gif

While they are rather ingenious and/or magical at working with ideas, if I at least have a sketch or three with some of my ideas, it's a great deal easier for them to offer suggestions and/or tweaks, and if they feel they would be able to build something to what I want in the first place. Doubly so because I'm contemplating the idea of etching as well as inlays (obviously in different areas).

But I also enjoy looking into all sorts of various little details... I'm crazy like that apparently ^_^;;;;;;;;;
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Always a good idea to do a detailed sketch in photoshop or MS paint, and a written brief as its easier to go by than in just words, then Parvum can advise accordingly. thumb.gif or if they are searching for images and trying to make out what that person has written, it will take longer to get through their daily hundreds of emails, or to help them you could always send them a pizza delivery if they have to work late on your project to keep them fuelled up.............. tongue.gif

I remember hearing about the pizza a while back.... That was definitely a nice touch for them!
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Hey guys, I have a few questions about the process of working with Parvum as well as cost.

I have a specific build idea centered around a theme. I prefer ITX builds and while Parvum's smallest case isn't what I would call tiny, it is under 20L, which is what I'd consider a proper ITX case, so I'm looking at basing my build in that. My question is how customizable these cases then become. I'm really only looking for a funky set of colors (two colored rather than black/white and a color), different designs on the front and sides of the case, and also looking into a way to fit another radiator into the case as opposed to the two 80mm fan slots that they have. I've noticed on their site they quote custom work at £200, and I was wondering if this is on top of the cost of a case, or the cost of the case total that you have custom work done on. I also wonder if they will do custom reservoir work as well.

Basically I figure these things would be possible, but wonder if it would fit in the "custom build" listing they have on their site and if it's reasonable to ask of them.

I really love the idea of their cases because changing the color is as easy as ordering new panels! Really fits the theme of my case that I have in mind and makes things super customizable.
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