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post #501 of 512 (permalink) Old 01-05-2015, 09:07 PM - Thread Starter
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I hope this ends up winning. Most of the other builds, to me at least, don't even come close to amount of modding you did. I haven't looked at their build logs, but did they take an old relic, flip it around and create something so unique you won't see another? I don't think so!

Thank you so much for your support, man. biggrin.gif
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Much agreed. Jhereg 10 has put a ton of time and energy into this mod. The best part is the fact that he did it himself instead of buying mods or outsourcing everything. I have a ton of respect for modders that take the time to learn something new instead of just buying it already done. I think everyone involved in this MOTM put together some nicely modded case but, I think Relic went the extra mile.

Thanks man. Can't wait to see your epic build completed. There weren't a huge number of mods this round but they definitely were all quality work.
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Couldn't agree more, I wish I could vote twice thumb.gif

I wish you could too! wink.gif

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Don't want to be rude but between you and Ares you are the clear winner, as other said u did everything yourself, not just bought watercooling things, put it together and put some nice coolant colors to get our attention. I mean it's nothing fresh, already seen too.

Wishing you win! And don't worry about me, I am far beeeeeehind thumb.gif

From where am I sitting its hard to see why Ares is the first biggrin.gif

Holy crap man, that's high praise coming from another contender. Thank you!

BTW, I really like that PSU shield design you did in aluminum. wink.gif

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For the 500th post of this thread I really want to say one thing,

You, deserve, to win! If i look at this build log I can really see a great learning curve and a massive amount of work put in.

You did this on a budget with basically start from scratch, while Pompss had an amazing amount of cash. Both are really cool but I'd really like to see you win this.

Good luck Jhereg10!

Thanks man. I think I probably spent about $450 on the components on the OCN marketplace, and another $150 on tools and materials total.

The thing is, that Ares build is GORGEOUS and that's why it's getting votes. No fooling, taken as only the end-product it's a formidable build. It's only if you take the time to really look at what I started with, and all the details of that modding, that mine starts to look like real competition for Ares.

Right now, guys, Ares is 9 votes ahead. Unless I get some kind of surge, it looks like I'll have to be satisfied with battling it out with Janac for second place. thumb.gif
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You got my vote just now. I've been following your mod for a while, and I personally believe that you deserve to win this. The amount of time and effort you put into this is what gets it for me. That, and the fact that you didn't rely on as many pre-fabricated pieces as some others.

If you have the money, it's easy to purchase and piece together out-of-the-box parts. But that's not what you did. What you did was use some elbow grease and create a unique mod.

Anyway, may fortune be with you in the contest.
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You got my vote just now. I've been following your mod for a while, and I personally believe that you deserve to win this. The amount of time and effort you put into this is what gets it for me. That, and the fact that you didn't rely on as many pre-fabricated pieces as some others.

If you have the money, it's easy to purchase and piece together out-of-the-box parts. But that's not what you did. What you did was use some elbow grease and create a unique mod.

Anyway, may fortune be with you in the contest.

Thank you for your support! And for anyone who hasn't voted, don't delay, do it today. Voting ends today!
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post #504 of 512 (permalink) Old 01-08-2015, 09:27 AM
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Good work on MOTM, you placed well! And on a votes/€ Basis I reckon you'd have won that by a mile! biggrin.gif
Well done. thumb.gif
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Good work on MOTM, you placed well! And on a votes/€ Basis I reckon you'd have won that by a mile! biggrin.gif
Well done. thumb.gif

Thanks man. Couldn't have done it without you. :-)
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Well done bro! Sorry you didn't get first. You deserved it!

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Well done bro! Sorry you didn't get first. You deserved it!

Thank you! Very much obliged.
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Nicely done!!! It's looking really good!!!

Sorry for my absence btw.

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@Jhereg10 I just wanted to pop in and thank you again for this wonderful build. I am rebuilding my machine and had some ideas for my Phantom 820 case. So I was going through your build log again looking for some ideas and inspiration. And guess what I found it.

Ideas I had.
Make PSU cover. Thanks to you. I now know I will use Foam Board to do it!
Cable grommets. Thanks to you I decided to do my own grommets like you. But no wait. That wasn't enough. So now I am going to use foam board to make my own cable shield/ cover to help cover the cables. This will also double as an SSD mount for me as well!

So thank you. Thiswhole time I wasn't sure what I would use to make the PSU cover and cable cover. But now I do. So thank Ye!

BTW how did you mount the PSU cover to the inside of the case? Screwed in? How is it secured?

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Sapphire RX Vega 64 (stock)
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6x CoolerMaster Jetflo's 120mm
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Barrow Vega 64 full cover waterblock.
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@Jhereg10 I just wanted to pop in and thank you again for this wonderful build. I am rebuilding my machine and had some ideas for my Phantom 820 case. So I was going through your build log again looking for some ideas and inspiration. And guess what I found it.

Ideas I had.
Make PSU cover. Thanks to you. I now know I will use Foam Board to do it!
Cable grommets. Thanks to you I decided to do my own grommets like you. But no wait. That wasn't enough. So now I am going to use foam board to make my own cable shield/ cover to help cover the cables. This will also double as an SSD mount for me as well!

So thank you. This whole time I wasn't sure what I would use to make the PSU cover and cable cover. But now I do. So thank Ye!

BTW how did you mount the PSU cover to the inside of the case? Screwed in? How is it secured?

I'm very glad that you found use in my build log. That was my main motivation when I started it. redface.gif

As far as mounting the PSU cover, it just sits in place on mine. There wasn't anything needed to lock it down.
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