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  1. TT Lily

    Event Predictions Voting

    2022 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1 Event Predictions Voting 2022 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1 starts today! Predict on the poll above who will win the event for your chance to win a Riing Quad 12 RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition 3 Fan Pack (Controller included) and a ARGENT K5 RGB Gaming Keyboard Cherry MX Blue. Event Website: https://rammod.thermaltake.com/2022s1 Prediction Voting Event will run from March 23rd 2022 to April 23rd 2022. (GMT+8)
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  2. Rygell Kent Visda

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    Good Luck to all participants! You all are winners already!
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  3. nKwoel

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    Voted for UK, Alex Banks
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  4. TT Lily

    VOTE NOW

    2022 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1 Vote Now Vote date: 5th May 2022 ➡ 22nd May 2022 (GMT+8) Vote for your favorite mod on the poll to be included in our giveaway draw Prizes: Divider 500 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis TOUGHRAM XG RGB Memory DDR4 3600MHz 16GB (8GB x2) Mods (Click links to see more pictures) [Australia] Ethan Cooper [Greece] George Antonopoulos [Hungary] Balazs Szabo [Philippines] Michael F Samsin [Sri Lanka] Sanjaya Bhanu [Thailand] Pakawat Chaiboonma [UK] Alex Banks [USA] Calen Saddler Event Website: https://rammod.thermaltake.com/2022s1
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  5. These hdd's are all binned, the problem is the same with the replacement. I sent a couple of these to their manufacturers as well, because there was still warranty on them, once in my pc with TT RGB plus, they start making the familiar noise again, even as a blank formatted hdd. You're hearing in the video a full stop/start on one disk and another initialising every 2 seconds, all the time. I can do that now as we speak, the second the TT RGB program is started, it'll start polling the remaining HDD, spinning up every few seconds for no appearant reason or any data traffic. It stops only after uninstalling TT RGB plus and rebooting.
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  6. Dalain

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    Every mod is unique...Hard to choose the best!That cube though stole my heart!Well played @George Antonopoulos
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  7. DBRichard

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    Alex has got this, this CNC lord made his own heatspreaders FFS!
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  8. Slick theme and paintwork!
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  10. SOUNDWAVE SUPERIOR VOTE FOR GREECE
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  11. TATH

    [UK] Alex Banks

    Awesome work.
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  12. L3p

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    You should not be able to lose this Alex
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  13. Malicomp

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    Voted for Hungary.
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  15. Jason Simm

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    Good luck all its a Tough one this year
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  16. Maki Role

    [UK] Alex Banks

    And here we are! Thank you to everybody who's followed along and especially for all the votes I received in the prediction stage. Given I didn't ask for votes anywhere, I'm really touched by how many people chose to back me, hopefully the results are worth it! Without further ado, I present my entry for the Thermaltake RAM Mod Invitational Season 1. Now the question is, are you one for the light side?
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  17. Maki Role

    [UK] Alex Banks

    Right, let's get to the nitty gritty then, making the things. Toolpathing these heatspreaders was quite the task, they're going to be cut from 3mm brass plate, which should come out wonderfully with the engraving. We start by roughing out the outermost contours, this will help prevent the brass from potentially warping whilst on the vacuum bed and possibly damaging my spindle or tools. The centre section has a trough that runs down the middle, a smaller aluminium button will sit in there to emulate the clip from the originals. I used a 3mm ball mill to get the sides nice and smooth, along with a 2mm endmill for the pockets. The material is then given a rough facing op, this levels the top surface to the correct dimensions. I say rough, but it's still incredibly reflective and smooth. Finally we have the engraving, I haven't had the time to edit up the remaining bits and pieces yet, so those will have to go up a bit later, but this should give you a good idea of things.
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  18. สู้ๆครับ
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  19. All Pics Here : https://photos.app.goo.gl/6qcucovWnXvnkNjq9 Video :
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  20. Project Soundwave for the Thermaltake Rammod invitational Completed! Decepticons harvesting energon cubes made out of Mini itx's and the Power of Thermaltake!
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  21. ram stand
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  22. thanks bro! goodluck on your project as well
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  23. nice bro!
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  24. cellphone holder. after:
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  28. ,5mm screws moveable eyelids
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  29. started making the base for the track wheels. conceptualizing the upper torso. a combination of the handlebar brackets and alum bars. base and trackwheels done.
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  30. i wanted to strip down the original anodizing so the epoxy paint will adhere better. here i'm using lye solution (caustic soda and water) to remove the original anodizing 5mins into the solution. stripped and cleaned.
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  31. for this season's entry, i decided to go a bit retro. say hello to johnny 5 starting this build by using some alum brackets and tubing. these are custom motorcycle handlebar brackets. cutting each one to size using the grinder.
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  33. [USA] Calen Safler
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  34. Hello @Hyberpsycrow, Could you please write to cs3@thermaltake.com.tw for the next step, our colleagues will take care of this case. Thank you.
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  35. Hello @Fred_Marjo, Thank you for your message, could you please write to cs3@thermaltake.com.tw for the next step. Our colleagues will take care of this, thank you.
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  36. Dear Fred_Marjo We found the controller does not support TF-2 via software log. Please check the specific controllers of the following water block models. https://www.thermaltake.com/pub/media/wysiwyg/key3/img/TF2/TT RGB PLUS Support List_TF2 Controllers_EN.pdf TF-2 prodcut website page: https://www.thermaltake.com/thermaltake-pacific-tf2-temperature-and-flow-indicator.html
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  39. Dear User TF-2 must use the included controller. Don't connect with other fan's controller. If you still can't find the controller again. Please provide your PC information and program log. How to find software log? https://www.dropbox.com/s/f4vu78intz2bbdi/TT RGB PLUS Debug Mode.docx?dl=0
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  40. some quick updates on my rammod invitational entry. guess the theme
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  41. Let's Get Started!!!
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  42. filip

    Event Predictions Voting

    My vote for [Philippines] Michael F Samsin
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  43. Good luck to all participants!
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  44. Sometimes we just need to eat healthy food. So I chose a Ramberger to nourish my brain. Hope it helps me to have some good ideas for this project.
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  45. thank you! looking forward to everyone's awesome mod. goodluck to all!
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  46. Very cool Corey from Designs By IFR The best drop effects. Good luck
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