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post #11 of 12
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Well, am back!

You already see my main idea:




... but seeing that many compared it to the work of another modder (the true is I never watch that mod before) I decided to change it, I hate copy another Modder's mod and even worse that someone compare my work without knowing what I am going to do.
This is the new design:



So let make the outer cube frame, dimensions 53cm height x 53cm width x 43cm length.

Cutting:



Join the pieces together:



mmmm Thank you my friend but I don't have any Welding, so I have to go this way:






Outer Cube Frame (Completed)



Setting up the fan for the Power supply:




Adaptation for wiring the power supply:









This fan goes in the same as the power supply but in the bottom section, it will work as intake.



Now is time for the Cooler Master's fan



Mounted:



in the case and working:





fron the other side:




That's all for now, tomorrow I will post more updates!
post #12 of 12
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Well, first of all I apply primer and sand it:


The Result, more than anything is gallery:














When I was taking pictures… somebody knock on my door and it was the Hyper N620 CPU Cooler, presented here by the model


Stock vs Hyper

Installed:



THANK YOU so much to all of you, for your comments, opinions and compliments.
Thank you for joining me while I lost my hair and the few that remained became gray hairs jajajaja
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