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  1. [Philippines] Jesse Palacio

    Bro this is outstanding!!!!! You deserve to win.. So much heart and soul go into your creations. Go man Go.
  2. THERON PLUS+ SMART Mouse Owner's Club

    Hey guys whats up Nick here just wanted to show you my Digital Camo Theron Plus.
  3. POSEIDON Z RGB Owner's Club

    Hey guys nick here just though I would share my custom digital camo paint job on my Poseidon Z RGB. Keep in mind doing so as far as I know will void your warranty. 3 screws and some very careful prying, and the two halves come right apart. First up some White Primer, When doing a camo you want to start with the lightest color first. This is so that the darker colors don't bleed through. I found a template online so I vectored it and cut some out with my vinyl cutter. Placed some of the decals in random places around the frame of the keyboard. Once you have the desired amount of decals. Go ahead and lay down your second color. In this case Red. Once the second color has dried. It's time to add another layer of stencils. Once you have your desired amount of stencils, It's time to lay down the darkest color. I chose Black in this case. Once the Black paint has dried. Get a set of tweezers and carefully take off the stencils. Don't worry if you make a few scratches with the multi layer colors you can barely tell. If you want to protect all your hard work I would suggest shooting a clear coat over it. Once the clear coat has dried carefully put your devices back together.
  4. I'm going with my homeboy Jessie P. Go get them bud.
  5. Fast and Cheap PSU Shroud mod

    nice mod bro
  6. LUXA2 E-One Headset holder review.

    Hey guys whats up The Mad Modder coming back at you with a quick look at the LUXA2 E-One Headset stand. There are a few headset stands out there. Most of the good one are usually found in most Pro-Audio shops with a hefty price tag. There have been a few made for gamer's however most of them were made of sub-par materials and didn't last long. With that lets take a look at the LUXA2 E-One. The box is brightly and clearly illustrated. The front of the box has a large illustration of the product. Around to the rear we see another brightly colored illustration of the product. Below that are highlights of the 4 key features of the product. Inside the package we find the product encased in a foam cocoon, and a users manuel. As you can see the product is very carefully packed in a special foam sarcophagus to keep it safe from the evil delivery company on it travel to your desktop. Once we take the headset stand out of the foam tomb. You get to feel the actual weight and how solid it actually is. The Metallic Silver gives it a high quality look to it. Here is a close up of the LUXA2 logo and the high quality finish. The bottom has a massive rubber padding the covers 90% of the surface to make sure you headset stand doesn't slide around, and stays where you put it. The top of the headset rest has the same rubber padding as the bottom to protect your headrest on you favorite headphones. And as you can see it does an excellent job of keeping my headset nice and safe. Well there you go guys. The LUXA2 E-One Aluminum Headset Holder. I can defiantly recommend this product. It's solid construction, quality materials and luxury appearance set it apart from it's competitors. I also have the Hyperion from Tt eSports. I like it a lot as well but this fits my Modern Minimalist style better. See you next Mod. Nick Blackwell The Mad Modder
  7. Hey guys The Mad Modder here. I got this killer little wireless charger from Thermaltake Technology Inc LUXA2 as a gift. Thank you very much. It's the S100 Wireless Charging Pad and Receiver Kit....It is pretty interesting it is a two piece kit comprised of a charging pad that plugs into your USB ports(USB 3.0 provides the 1.5 amp charge rate that most new Smartphones use.) The other piece is a small round Puck that acts as a receiver. The little puck has connections for both Android, IOS and other Micro USB compatible devices...... What I really like about it is you can be charging your phone and it rings...You don't have to unplug the cable just pick it up. When your done just set it back down on the charging pad, and it continues charging...Pretty nifty device....now I just need one for the Shop, Garage and Office.
  8. Quakcon2015 Modders-Inc Core X1 Staff vs Staff Mod Off Entry

    Alright first thing is to remove the factory paint form the case...To do what I want to do I need to get to the bare metal. Ok so the paint stripper doesn't work if there is a ceramic in the paint so Good ol Grinder with a flap disk gets that paint right off. Ok used a cut off wheel on the grinder to cut two more window holes on the top and right side panels. Now exposed metal will start to rust over time. That is something I don't have at the moment, so I need to accelerate the process. That's where this little mad scientist trick comes in handy. 1 x 32oz empty/clean spray bottle, 1 16oz bottle of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide, 2oz of Distilled Vinegar, and 2 oz of table salt. Don't forget to wear safety goggles as you don;t want this stuff getting into your eyes. What this solution does is rapidly accelerate the oxidization process to a matter of seconds/min depending on the raw metal you are working with. After about 20 min the rust starts off looking like a light orange color....but if you let it sit for a couple days it starts to develop the dark Redish-Brown more commonly seen. After we let the rust develop over a couple days. I went ahead and air-brushed some UV Green in some areas to make it look like there is still some corrosive on it, and then sealed it with Rustolium Matte Clear. Alright time to turn my attention to the Motherboard I am going to be using in the build I decided to go with a MSi Z97M. First up I removed the heatsinks and soaked them in paint thinner overnight to remove the paint on them. Then a quick hit with the grinder to get to the exposed metal. So the oxidation solution can do it's magic. The claw inserts I ended up spraying with some UV green. Now for the Front Fan I am going to use a Tt 200mm Fan first up paint it UV Green. after that I took a Green 5050 LED strip hooked up to a dimmer switch. The two radiators I am going to be using are a 200mm Phobya Extreme and a EK 240mm PE. The rads are getting the same treatment the rest of the metal. Stripped/Corroded/Sealed.
  9. [USA] Nick Blackwell

    Alright guys the project is done. Here are the final pics.
  10. [USA] Nick Blackwell

    Hey hey I'm back.....Now after taming the Flying Spaghetti Monster...It's time to Install some Killer 5050 RGB LED's http://www.bsmods.com/Mod_Shop.php This is the only place I get LED strips. Each strip and controller is inspected to make sure it is in working order before it ships. I sent the reservoirs off to V1 Tech http://www.v1tech.com/ ​to be laser engraved. So I am just waiting for them to arrive. While I wait for the reservoirs to show up I went ahead and started on the rest of the tubing runs. Here is a sneak peak at the designs we went with.
  11. [USA] Nick Blackwell

    Now its crunch time Running Flat out on system integration. At first I was thinking. How in the world am I going to hide all those wires? Then I thought. Why would I want to hide all my beautiful hard work? Man those Riing fans look SICK!!!
  12. [USA] Nick Blackwell

    Ok after 5 days of prep-work, sanding and painting at Camco the now White Core X9 is back at the shop. This is as close to a show-car finish as we could get with the amount of time invested. Now that both the cases are together you can see the theme start to come together. All that's left is to finish is sleeving the PSU's, pumps and a few of the front panel wires...Then I can get started on the system integration and the detail work. Both of the Pacific P1 Black D5 Variable Pumps kits have been sleeved. I really like the silencer look to them. Sweeet the Button Head fasteners from Tek By Design (https://www.facebook.com/tekbydesign?fref=ts) have come in. Thank you for supporting the project.....I have used their fasteners in quite a few builds. It is getting to the point where I use them almost exclusively. They have almost every length and thread you would need for your PC.
  13. [USA] Nick Blackwell

    I am happy to announce I picked up another awesome sponsor Avexir was kind enough to send us out some beautiful DIMM chips.
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