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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-02-2012, 10:24 PM - Thread Starter
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Dedicated to the memory of Adam Wilson, aka "Erakith" RIP 10-16-12

Welcome to my build log!

This project is the culmination of months of planning and dreaming. It all started with the announcement of the release of Crysis3, and me realizing I wouldn't have enough GPU to get the job done. One thing led to another and here I am with basically all new parts and a fantastically massive case to mod.
Lime Green
Pearl White (possibly)


Main Components:

Case: Enermax Fulmo GT
Motherboard: Gigabyte G1.Sniper3
Processor: Intel 3770K
Ram: Samsung Green 16 GB (eyeballing those new Corsair Doms though..)
GTX Titan x 2
SSD: 2 x 120 GB OCZ Vertex 3 RAID0
HDD: 1 TB Western Digital Caviar Black
PSU: Enermax MAXREVO 1350w


Dual Loop
Swiftech MCP655 B x2
Bitspower acrylic top x2
Bitspower matte black dress kit x2
EK FC580 GTX x3
EVGA Backplates x3

EK-FC Titan
Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper Triple 140mm Radiator x2
Akasa 140mm x 25mm VIPER x12 (to be ordered)
Akasa 140mm x 25mm Apache Fans x13
Monsoon compression Fittings
Bitspower Fittings
Swiftech GPU connectors
Masterkleer tubing
Mayhems Dyes
Bitspower 250ml tube reservoirs x2 (to be ordered)


Green, Grey, and Black fully custom made (by myself biggrin.gif) Paracord sleeved wiring.

Now originally I was intending to wait for the new version of the NZXT Phantom to come out. But I got sick of the waiting game, heard some things I would rather not repeat and I started shopping around. After literally looking at every full sized case on the market I settled on the Enermax Fulmo GT. There were several factors involved in my decision making. 1) It's enormous. I can not stress this enough. I believe you could fit many other cases inside it. 2) There isn't really a lot of extra crap to feel bad about hacking off etc., basically it's a modder's dream. 3) As a plus to me I couldn't find a single person who has really modded this case. That's kinda fun for me! 4)Finally it's a great price at just over $200 it's a lot of case for the money. Of course it has many many fine features that a normal person would be interested in hearing about, but I could care less! tongue.gif

So I'm actually a few days into it as of writing it. I wanted to get some work done and pictures taken before teasing everyone.

Also I should mention I took this as the perfect excuse to make myself a little mod shop. I got a bandsaw, jigsaw, file sets, titanium drill bits, and loads of other stuff. I can now work with metal/acrylic/wood if I wanted to. So feel free to throw out any ideas you may have. I can basically fab anything I need.

Finished Product Updated With Titans!:

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