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[Completed] - Cooler Master Cosmos SE - "Cosmos Tribute" - 3rd Place @ Quakecon 2015 U.S. Case Modding Championship Classic Mod Class

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This is the build log for my entry into the 2015 U.S. Case Modding Championship at Quakecon 2015. This isn't my first build, or my first time competing, but it is my first entry in 4 years. I originally had no intention on creating a mod, especially with the Cosmos SE case that was originally intended to be a home server, but after over a year of the case sitting in a box, I decided to go into mod mode and broke out the Dremel and other tools.

Design and Inspiration:
  • I call the case "Cosmos Tribute" because I wanted to incorporate part of my last case, the Cosmos S Black edition into this build. I decided the front face panel is what needed "modification" the most on the Cosmos SE as the stock front end is seriously ugly.
  • The Cosmos SE is a mid tower, even if it is on the larger side of mid towers, but I wanted to fit as much hardware as possible into a mid tower chassis.
  • I planned on gutting the chassis to allow for an "open canvas" for me to design my custom paneling around the components selected for the build.
  • I decided on blue and white, mainly because I had recently seen a restored muscle car with a similar paint theme, and I loved it.

Hardware Components
  • Case - Cooler Master Cosmos SE
  • Motherboard - ASRock X99 WS/E (Extended ATX)
  • CPU - Intel Core i7-5930k
  • GPU - 3 x NVIDIA GTX 980 (Reference Design)
  • Memory - 32 GB of GSkill Ripjaws 4 Series DDR4 3000
  • PSU - Seasonic Snow Silent 1050w
  • SATA SSD - 4 x Intel 730 Series 480 GB (4 drives in RAID 0 array)
  • M.2. SSD - Samsung SM951 256 GB

Cooling
  • Radiators - Aphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 360 and 240
  • Fans - 11 x EK Vardar F1-120 (1150RPM)
  • GPU Water Blocks - 3 x EK-FC980 GTX w/ Blue EK backing plates
  • CPU Water Block - EK-Supremacy Nickel
  • Rigid Tubing - PrimoChill 1/2" PETG
  • Rigid Fittings - PrimoChill Rigid Revolver White
  • Flexible Tubing - EK ZMT Tubing
  • Compression Fittings - Bitspower Silver
  • Pump/Res - EK-DDC 3.2 PWM XRES 100

Other Components
  • Aqua Computer Aquaero 5LT
  • Aqua Computer Farbwerk
  • Aqua Computer (2 x) Power Adjust 3
  • Supernight RGB LED (water proof)
  • MDPC Sleeving w/ 16 AGW wire

Final Build Pics































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Here are some pics with the system powered on and lit up. The Farbwerk is controlling all of my RGB LEDs. I have each of the GPU blocks controlled independently, and I also have RGB LEDs in my CPU that are also controlled on their own channel on the Farbwerk. I had to tap 5mm holes into the CPU block in order to fit the RGB LEDs. All of the water blocks and EK link were buffed/polished clear as to allow a superior lighting effect from the RGB LEDs. The last pic is to show the awesome powder coating finish. It is a two layer coat with first coat white, second coat clear with blue metal flake. It shines great in the light, but is hard to see in pictures.




































Edited by TheRealHeavyG - 8/2/15 at 2:24pm
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Modding the Chassis

I started out the mod by inverting the chassis so that the motherboard tray was flipped upside down without changing the orientation of the top/bottom of the case. I don't have a lot of pics of the required cuts for this process, here are some pics of the post re-assembly. I also used this as an opportunity to temporarily mount the motherboard and post test my CPU, motherboard, and memory.

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I then moved on with doing the rest of the required cuts for the chassis, including cutting the bottom out to allow for a 240mm undermount radiator and cutting the top of the chassis open so I can drop in a PSU from the top without h aving to remove any of my GPU or water cooling components. This really came in handy during final assembly and installation.

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Once all of the last cuts were made, I disassembled the chassis again and gathered all parts that required media blasting to remove the factory coating in order to prepare for powder coating.









Once the parts were blasted, they were then powder coated with two coats. First coat was a super mirror white and then second coat was a clear coat with blue metallic sparkle/flake. It is very difficult to see in pictures, but has a beautiful shimmer under LED lighting. This same coating was applied to all of the MNPC Tech fan rings as well.















Here is the final product of the chassis. I essentially removed ALL of the drive bays and most of the support structure. Once the front radiator was mounted, along with the bars on the top and bottom of the Cosmos case were added, the case re-gained structural integrity.

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Edited by TheRealHeavyG - 8/10/15 at 9:00pm
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External Body Panels

Front Panel

I really wanted to pay tribute to the Cosmos S Black case that served me well over the past 7 years (or so). I realized that the top panel of the Cosmos S shared the same curve as the front panel of the Cosmos SE. I used short strand fiberglass body filler w/ kevlar to mold the panels together. It had been 10 years since I used Bondo or any other type of body filler, and I had never used it on this type of plastic, so be warned that a few of the pics are ugly as I used WAY too much filler. It just meant that I had to spend extra time sanding it all down.

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Top Panel

The top panel was tricky because I cut out the top of the chassis, not leaving me any mounts for fans, and I also wanted to remove the factory mesh panel from the top. I spaced out some 120mm fan holes on a sheet of acrylic and used body filler to mold the panel together.




















Edited by TheRealHeavyG - 8/10/15 at 9:19pm
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Congratulations on placing in the 1st U.S. Case Mod Championship at QuakeCon 2015!

Your build is beautiful and deserved to be in one of the top 3 spots. It was a pleasure talking with you and seeing this build in person.

I look forward to seeing you next year if you are able to attend again.
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Window

I wanted to widen the window to allow greater visibility to the internal components. I used a plasma cutting table to cut the simple shape of the window, which was just a rectangle with a 1/2" radius. The plasma cutter made the base cuts, but I had to finish off the edges using hand files and the Dremel. I used 1/8" cast acrylic for the window and it used the clear silicone liquid nail to adhere the window to the side panel.










Fans

The fans are all EK Vardar 1250 RPM. I disassembled all of the fans that would be visible from the outside of the case and painted the case frames white. The fan blades were dyed blue using RIT fabric dye. I used a single fan to test the dye application at 15 minute intervals up to 2 hours. I identified that 45 minutes gave the color I was looking for and proceeded to dye all of the other fans.
















Internal Body Panels

I used 1/8" cast acrylic for my internal body panels. Since I cut out almost all of the internal chassis to allow room for the EATX motherboard, all of my internal panels and drive mounts would be custom. I decided that I wanted to highlight the Intel SSDs and mount them sideways on one of the internal panels. I first used poster board to create some rough draft concept design before starting to cut/bend any material.









I made my own acrylic bending jig out of some scrap wood and just used clamps to hold down the pieces until the acrylic cooled. It was a 2 person job as we were just using a Wagner heat gun with a reducer tip. One person applied the heat while the other person applied the pressure. Most panels were created successfully on the first attempt, but some required a second pass after some "incidents" when cutting holes for cable/tubing routing. Pro tip - if possible, bend with more material than needed and cut to size. This way if your measurements are off by a few mm, you can cut down to size.







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Final Build and Assembly

Once all of the internal and external panels were done painting, I was able to begin the final assembly. Because I was in a rush for Quakecon, I don't have a lot of the final assembly pics. I was in a rush to complete all of my cable sleeving, finish polishing all of the EK water blocks, and installing all of my LED lighting.
























Here are some additional pics I took along the way of some of the hardware and stuff. I loved the way the blue EK GPU backing plates turned out. The full cover blocks are stunning. I polished them clear so that the LED light shined through better, but I really like the way they looked even without being polished clear.
















Edited by TheRealHeavyG - 8/10/15 at 9:57pm
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It was great meeting you at QC! Build is beautiful as always
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