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[sponsored] ZOROG rebuild

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Hello guys,

this is not a classic case-mode, I will make changes to one of my favorite projects "ZOROG" which will still find a place on my desk in the form of a computer for entertainment.

I will totally change the inside and outside of the case, using the same hardware with some minor updates. And this time I thank all the companies that supported my work!

On the 3D renders below you can see an idea of what it will look like:

Thank you for watching!

BR, neSSa :)
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I present to you the new version of last year’s ZOROG mod. This year I incorporated more simplicity into the project, while the hardware and the inner layout can be seen through the see-through sides. One of my main goals was to match the looks with the performance. The made elements are a representation of my vast experience in the sphere of IT technologies. The radiator, with the PP ventilator layout, is now capable of cooling a much greater amount of hardware, from its position at the bottom of the case. In this way, excellent cooling for all the components is guaranteed.

Cooler Master C700P
Asus ZENITH Extreme
Asus GTX 1080Ti
ASUS Thor 1200w
AMD TR 1920x
XPG Spectrix D41 4x8Gb DDR4
XPG SX950U x2
XPG SX8200Pro

EKWB Cooling System:
Manitude TR edition (cpu block)
420 CE (radiator)
FC GTX 1080Ti (gpu block)
Quantum Inertia D5 PWM D-RGB (pump)
EK-Quantum Torque HDC 16 - Black (fittings)
CryoFuel Solid Scarlet Red (liquid)

Big thanks to all who helped in the making of this project! After a year of enjoying using ZOROG's previous version, I’m very much looking forward to this updated machine in the upcoming year!

I hope you enjoyed the making of this project, and If you like our content feel free to subscribe/follow us on social media :) We promise more cool things in the future!

BR neSSa :)

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