Jump to content

Leaderboard


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 09/21/2019 in all areas

  1. 29 points
    SUNNY SUN

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    Hello, I'm sunny sun from China. I'm very glad to participate in TT casemod 2019. Thank you for the hardware support of TT, AMD, ZOTAC,Asrock and Plextor. This time, our design inspiration comes from the robot ED-209 in the mechanical war police, but it's not fully relied on. We hope to give this MOD a new life through our own understanding of art, show the incomparable side of these hardware with our modification, and sincerely thank all supporters. If you like our works, please help vote. Thank you!
  2. 24 points
    jisekay

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    I would like to know that the computer of this machine in China is installed on the head of the robot, but the head is tilted forward, so how does it ensure the balance of this robot?
  3. 20 points
    fegame

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    After watching all the works, all the competitors did a great job. The experts in other countries made computers, and the final form is also a computer. China's ED-209 is the product closest to the complete robot in all the works. Give them a little time, I believe this machine can move.
  4. 19 points
    mission

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    I like the works of joker and Italy, but what fascinates me most is the Chinese robot ED-209
  5. 19 points
    dikex

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    [China] Sunny Sun It seems very difficult!
  6. 18 points
    LETS GOOO! Appreciate the support guys! Great work everyone on the light shows!
  7. 18 points
    salicaw

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    VOTE FOR CHINA!
  8. 17 points
    TT's works in every competition are so high-end. This year's works are even more outstanding. We have been focusing on TT in China for a long time. This time, we must support the Chinese team, ED-209 go!!!
  9. 17 points
    xabali

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    I like ed209. The color of metallic luster and black armor is very high-end, which makes me have the impulse to enjoy the movie again.
  10. 17 points
    devime

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    [China] Sunny Sun Robot!Robot!Robot!
  11. 15 points
    liliang

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    If you can see the robot moving, it's really perfect. It supports the robot ed 209
  12. 12 points
    hei

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    ED-209 is beyond my knowledge of computers
  13. 11 points
    SUNNY SUN

    [China] Sunny Sun

    Inspired by ROBCOP ED 209, our team dismembered all parts of the robot basing on this theme and integrated all parts of the brand to make it more like a robot
  14. 9 points
    jianzhuang

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    It's really not easy for China to vote on this website. It's impossible for China to enter this website without its own wall climbing software. It took three hours to finally come in and support ED-209
  15. 9 points
    Tt Andy

    Giveaway Announcement Thread

    Hello Guys, Sorry for the delay but here are the first few giveaway winners! congrats! Please send TT Andy a inbox message before December 1st to claim your prize! [Pre Event Predictions] (August 23rd ~ September 20th) Winners: Floe 240 AIO cooler : แตงกิ้ว ฮิฮิ้วฮิฮิ้ว Core P5 V2: killermob001 Prediction Voting Event (September 20th ~ October 18th) Winners: Level 20 VT: xakasepe TOUGHRAM RGB Memory DDR4 3000MHz 16GB (8GB x 2): TomikoV1 Download TT MOD Giveaways Toughpower PF1 ARGB 850W PSU: Zaenal M Floe DX RGB 240 TT Premium Edition: Nurfalah Ai
  16. 7 points
    Final Voting has arrived, Vote on the Poll part on the thread for your favorite mod! Vote Dates: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020 Scroll down to see the MODs Prizes Thermaltake Pacific C240 DDC Soft Tube Water Cooling Kit Core P5 V2 Chassis Thermaltake PF1 850 PSU MODS [South Korea] Taeyeon Kim [Canada] Erik Bergwest [USA] Ben Quintanilla [Russia] Sergey Mnev [Sweden] Tim Malmborg [Japan] Toru Sekiguchi [Thailand] Juggapat Thonglue [Sri Lanka] Sanjaya Bhanu [Philippines] Jesse Tiongson [Australia] Ken Byrnes [Italy] Yuri Gabrielli [China] Sunny Sun
  17. 7 points
    wup

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    If you send me an ED-209, I would like to thank you on behalf of the clan and support you with all the clans. ok bro?
  18. 7 points
    hong

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    Today, I came to this website for the first time. It let me see the new world. Thank the Chinese team for supporting sunny sun
  19. 7 points
    xejiw=

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    Go for China!
  20. 6 points
  21. 6 points
  22. 6 points
    tianli

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    As a car seller, I've seen many car modifications. Here I support the car works of Japanese players. But the most powerful one is China's ed209, a complete robot form.
  23. 6 points
    ziling

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    If I had a robot like this, it would be perfect 😁
  24. 6 points
    vogilay

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    Hey, man, can this robot gun fire?
  25. 6 points
    Good luck to all !! Thailand mod best !
  26. 6 points
    i love Robcop Sunny Sun mod
  27. 5 points
    Tt CCH

    Voting Event (August 18th ~ August 31st)

    NEONMAKER LIGHTING MIX INVITATIONAL SEASON 2 VOTING HAS STARTED!! VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE VIDEO EFFECT to win a set of Riing Quad 12 fans, View 51 chassis, Floe DX RGB 240 [Thailand] Pakawat Chaiboonma [Greece] George Antonopoulos [Australia] Ethan Cooper [Philippines] Jesse Palacio [UK] Alex Banks Hey All, Voting Event has now been extended till August 31st! Remember to vote if you haven’t yet!!
  28. 4 points
    Colin McNally

    Colin McNally - project motogp

    Hi I'm colin Mcnally from consett in durham. Iv been building gaming PC's for around 10 years when I started sim racing after moving from console's. The last 2 years iv started doing full custom water loops in mine and a few friends PC's. This will be my first themed build so I thought I would include my other hobbie/passion which is motorbikes. Project motogp will include moving parts and a motorbike stand. I'll like to thank all the sponsors for all the hard work in these tough times for making this possible. The first parts from scan arrived yesterday which include ThermalTake View 51 Snow ASUS ROG STRIX X570-F Gaming ASUS Radeon RX 5700 500GB Seagate FireCuda 520 14TB Seagate IronWolf Pro 850W Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 Thermaltake Pacific Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit Thermaltake Pacific V-RX 5700 Series Plus GPU Waterblock Thermaltake Water Cooling Pacific Hard Tube Bending Kit 300mm Thermaltake TtMod Sleeved Cables 300mm Thermaltake TT Premium PCIe Extender With more parts coming soon I'll be starting my build in the next few days and will post as much as I can. Thanks again to Thermaltake Scan computers AMD seagate Asus Ttuk2020casemodchallenge I'll also like to wish the other 4 competitors the best of luck stay safe and have fun building.
  29. 4 points
    Hi Everybody, I'm Tom from sunny Birmingham, UK. I work as a software engineer / web developer which I've been doing since university and mainly play PC games and run in my spare time. Been building and modding computers since around 15. My first mod was a side window cut-out and blue CCFL tube lighting, was so proud of that at the time (simpler times). Started water cooling at university on an overlclocked Q6600 which kicked out a lot of heat and kept it up ever since. Current PC is an ITX build with a 280mm and 120mm rad which has been a little workhorse / hotbox for the past year. Onto this considerably more substantial build as a result of being selected for the Thermaltake UK 2020 Case Mod Challenge which has been awesome 😄 and the perfect distraction from current events. Been spending the past couple weeks getting everything together for the planned mods. Anyhow, onto the parts list: Thermaltake View 51 Snow AMD 3700X Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB 3000MHz 4x8GB ASUS ROG STRIX X570-F Gaming ASUS Radeon RX 5700 500GB Seagate FireCuda 520 14TB Seagate IronWolf Pro Thermaltake Pacific C360 DDC Hard Tube Water Cooling Kit Thermaltake Pacific V-RX 5700 Series Plus GPU Waterblock Thermaltake Water Cooling Pacific Hard Tube Bending Kit 300mm Thermaltake TTMod Sleeved Cables 300mm Thermaltake TTPremium PCIe Extender 850W Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 A couple photos of all the parts received: Thank you to Thermaltake, AMD, ASUS, Seagate and Scan for sponsoring and who've done a great job at getting the parts together in such trying times. Will be updating this thread over the coming weeks with my progress, at the moment just going to do a quick test set-up and take some case measurements. Best of luck for everyone in the competition and happy building! 😀 Tom
  30. 4 points
    Update 2: 07/05/2020 Due to the corona virus it has limited on the amount of modding I can do. Due to having limited space in my house, I have no where to perform the modifications. This was originally going to be done at a friends house who has a workshop, Originally I didn't think the lockdown would last this long so I waited, however it looks like I am going to have to find the space.. I didn't want to leave you guys with nothing so here is what I have done so far. 1. I decided to build the parts in the case to see what the case is like etc. (without the watercooling). see image below. 2. Of course to get more performance out of the RX 5700 I flashed it with an RX 5700 XT Bios. This worked successfully and you get about a 7-10% fps increase. If you guys would like to see benchmarks of the difference I will be happy to make a video! 3. After waiting, I have recieved a bunch of parts needed for the modifications, I just need to start the updating, Notes: It will include, sandpaper, paint, saw, 3D printer, Laser Cutter, and dog tags
  31. 4 points
    Designs By IFR

    [Australia] Corey Gregory

    Here is my submission! Really wanted to call it RGB Chunder from Down Under but without knowing everyones humor we called it RGB Wonder From Down Under! Hope you all enjoy!
  32. 4 points
    tiankai

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    Ed209 seems to satisfy my teenage dream
  33. 4 points
    kingwang

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    Chinese robots give me the impulse to buy.
  34. 4 points
    longge

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    CHINA
  35. 4 points
    Tt Andy

    [Russia] Sergey Mnev

  36. 4 points
    WanV

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    i always vote for who mod the case by not changing the original look because,that pretty much like doing scratch mod rather than make the case more beatiful
  37. 4 points
    Prediction Voting Event (September 20th ~ October 18th) ALL you have to do is vote for your favorite modder on the poll above for your chance to win Level 20 VT chassis or a set of ToughRAM! Level 20 VT TOUGHRAM RGB Memory DDR4 3000MHz 16GB (8GB x 2)
  38. 4 points
    Thanks guys for entering, we will be releasing the winners soon along with the last giveaway!
  39. 3 points
    Tough decision indeed, all contestant doing their very good job! Personally i vote for (Greece) George Antonopoulos, totally i'm impressed by his work, NeonMaker Lighting and his music, rhytm totally got me.... i feel it sparkling lighting in my brain and body just wanna dance lol... GOOD VIBE and representation by George. Also Good Luck to all contestant
  40. 3 points
  41. 3 points
    Just another update from work over this past weekend, reassembled the case (replacing rivets with screws) so I can add a little grime to it and check on fitting / spacing: I had a broken amp I keep tripping over that's been waiting to go to the tip (when they re-open), but thought I could get creative and incorporate it into the project. I ended up taking it apart and added it's circuit boards to the top: and to the side of the motherboard tray to hide the cabling: Will hopefully have more updates at the weekend (involving the transformer I salvaged from the amp), hope you're all doing well!
  42. 3 points
    Colin McNally

    Colin McNally - project motogp

    Finally starting to get some where now iv got all the parts to complete the build. After 4 hours of trying to sort out my cables this is how it looks. Iv also made a mounting plate for my top radiator to help make it fit better and also tried to make look like is floating
  43. 3 points
    The_Crapman

    Project: I.S.A.C. by Andy Makin

    Gooood Moooorning Modding faaaaaaans! So with the motherboard heatsinks nicely brightened I couldn't just stick that black plastic shroud back over them. Luckily I have some 2mm aluminium laying about that I've had forever and this will make an ideal replacement. I started by tracing round the the original cover, but because it has mounting struts and other stuff underneath, this was better done turned upside down to get it flush(er) against the paper, which is why the drawing is backwards. Then I took measurements for the rest of the board so that I could expand it out a bit and cover up more of the motherboard. This is the area I want to cover, colour coding showing the original and then different additional bit that I might want to add. I did the drawing on card so that it would stay relatively flat once cut out and got it lined up with the mounting point and punched them through. Once on the board it didn't look right having a lot of square corners given the boards original angular designs, so I marked out bits I'd want tweaking with rough angles from the heatsinks. Back off the board I used the cover to get the proper angles and see about different levels of cropping. Couple of snips later and I think we have a winner! Now this was a fairly rough drawing so I then traced round this template in pencil and took to the drawing board to get all the lines true. Again I used the original to get the angled lines in, it was an awkward angle and I don't have anything like a sliding bevel. I could still find ones that were out like the one I circled in orange. With a couple of lines done this way I then turned the paper so the the angle was horizontal, checked them against each other to make sure they were correct and then filled in the rest. With the design completed I did a couple of photocopies and also scanned it for safe keeping. From right to left we have the original plan, the final design, the photocopy to be used as a template and the aluminium, with the original cover centre and glue to stick the template on. Only that's completely the wrong glue 😖 Looks more like spider spooge. 🤣 Still, it stuck that template down pretty good, if a little on the lumpy side. I also had to rub dirt around the edges where there was no paper to remove the tackiness of the glue and stop the jigsaw from sticking. That very morning I had been reading up on a cool little scratch build someone was doing as their first mod and advising themon how to cut outside the line and file in, so what do I do on the very first cut? Cut BANG ON the line 🤬🙄 It was the edge on the far right next to the SATA ports so wasn't a complete catastrophe, but was very careful and took my time with the rest and came out fine, although the small vertical edge under the angular protrusion top right was hard to get at. The Filing went ok, I'd bought a set of steel jaws for the workbench to clamp it in which helped keep it nice and steady. This tight angle was tough though as I didn't have a triangular file that matched or was under that radius. i had to edge in with the half round file, flipping it over every few strokes. A bit of folded sand paper helped get it a bit tighter, but it put up a good fight, Took a good lot of doing, had to go at it in a few goes to save me from injury. But was all this mess worth it? It fits! 🤘 There were a couple of areas that needed work that I highlighted in green, either to straighten them up, change the angle or stop it overhanging headers I'll need access to. Bang on. 👌 To get it to sit flush in the recesses of the M.2 heatsinks I needed to drill holes for the screws holding the heatsinks down. To mark where they were I put masking tape on the back, coloured the screw heads with whiteboard marker and pushed the piece onto them, being careful that it lined up with where it needed to sit. Seemed to work well. I used a punch to mark the centre and make sure the drill bit didn't wander. I thought the screw heads were 4mm so I drill a hole with a 4.2mm bit to give a little wiggle room, but I must have measure the wrong screws (the ones that will mount this to the motherboard i think) as they were a little too small. I needed 5.37mm holes minimum. My step bit had a 7/32" step which is 5.56mm and would do the job nicely. Unfortunately, due to either a wandering bit or inaccuracies in how I got the positioning the top hole was just out. 😞 To be honest I wasn't THAT upset. There were a few edges that were a bit naff and there were a couple of tweaks I wanted to make, so I widened those holes a fair bit so I could get it into place, check the fitment elsewhere and make sure the markings for the mounting holes were accurate, which they were. And just for fun I took off the paper and gave it a really quick and dirty "brushing" with a washing up scotch pad, but was mostly just from trying to get all that nasty glue off. Still looks pretty tasty 😍 It's a shame it's going to end up in the recycling, but for a first whack it's not gone too badly. I had prepared myself that it might take a couple of goes to get it right and with the design tweaks for Mk II already in my head, I wouldn't have been happy till I'd redone it anyway. So stay tuned crap fans! Plenty more of Makin's metal manipulation to come. Same Crap time, same Crap channel.
  44. 3 points
    Colin McNally

    Colin McNally - project motogp

    I cut the middle out of the back panel welded a frame then added some more sprockets and brake discs and painted it all white then added the screen
  45. 3 points
    Bottom sprocket mounted on a nice new fabricated bracket. Top one next then paint
  46. 3 points
    Thanks for the encouragement guys, much appreciated. Would have replied sooner, but spinning a lot of plates at the moment; I'm sure many can relate! 32GB of Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB and an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X arrived last week: So quickly put the core components together to make sure everything was working alright. The ROG Strix X570-F Gaming is good looking motherboard, and there is plenty of space in the View 51: Using PCIE Gen 4, the Firecuda 520 should be blistering fast. Was also nice to see that using the 1st M.2 slot does not cause the X16 slot to bump down to X8 like on previous generations (X470/370). Whilst I have not installed it just yet (I want to keep it safe and sound), the 14TB Ironwolf Pro is an absolute monster: The TOUGHRAM is some good looking memory, and the Ryzen 3700X is sitting underneath the Wraith Max cooler. For a stock cooler it is admittedly pretty decent, but this build is destined for a custom loop. The stock cooler on the AMD Radeon RX 5700 from Asus also functions alright, but gets pretty loud when the fan get up to higher speeds. Another component that will greatly benefit from a water block. The Toughpower GF1 is an 80 PLUS Gold certified fully modular PSU, 850W is more than enough for the job. With everything installed fairly quickly (did not put any effort into cable-managment of course, as it will all be coming back out again), it was time to make sure the PC booted alright and everything worked as intended. Sure enough, everything worked without any issues. After dialing in a few settings within the BIOS, it was then time to make sure that the PCIE extender also worked. Yep, everything is working just fine. Whilst I'll be fairly 'radio silent' for a couple of weeks yet due to exams and whatnot, I will have a couple of updates that I prepared earlier. Not related to the design, but as far as tweaking a few bits and pieces. But as soon as my academic work is out of the way, I'll get torn into this project and keep you up to date!
  47. 3 points
    2020 Thermaltake Neonmaker Lighting Mix Invitational Season 1 We are proud to announce that the first-ever light editing contest in the world will be starting today! Twelve contestants from eight different countries will show how well they can compose a light show with our latest RGB lighting customization editing software—NeonMaker! We will be running a lot of giveaways so stay tuned! More info: https://lightmix.thermaltake.com/ Event Rules 2020 Thermaltake NeonMaker Lighting Mix Invitational Season 1’s focus will be on the “NeonMaker” software and “Riing Quad Fan.” Participating modders are given a specific time frame to use the NeonMaker software to create a unique RGB fan lightshow with the Riing Quad fan. Contestants must only use the Thermaltake “NeonMaker “software to create the lighting effects, and to use only the Riing Quad fan. No modifications to the fan nor should the contestants use other components other than the NeonMaker and the Riing Quad Fan. Rules violation could result in disqualification. Thermaltake NeonMaker Lighting Software NeonMaker is the new advanced editing software for RGB lighting customization. NeonMaker provides various stunning pre-set lighting effects, but also allows users to edit their lighting effects on every single LED light bulb, granting access to further customizable lighting options. Thermaltake Riing Quad Fans Thermaltake Riing Quad radiator fan is designed with 4 independent LED rings totaling 54 LEDs and 16.8 million color combinations. The fan is virtually inaudible when in operation and supports our NeonMaker light editing software and TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem. Comes in 120mm, 140mm and in black and white!
  48. 3 points
    kimo

    [Final Voting]: 12/24/2019 ~ 1/7/2020

    不太会英文,甚至看不懂这些是什么,但就是觉得大家都挺厉害的。
  49. 3 points
    Wow! Philippines and Thailand are the real two contenders for the uniqueness of their designs.
  50. 3 points
    김태연

    [South Korea] Taeyeon Kim

    Today I will explain in detail the PC concept that I am working on I'm now making a stairwell, a scene from the movie Joker. I'm trying to give a contrasting feel to two buildings on either side of the stairs, not just a scene from a movie. One building is a rich building concept, and the other is a poor building. And I try to express Joker and Batman in contrast. Batman for poor buildings and Joker for rich buildings. The environment that has been grown is the opposite, but it is to show that it is located there for different purposes. The zotac graphics card has a good logo to remind you of Batman. So the zotac graphics card will be used as an air conditioner on a poor building. Also, the flextor SSD will be used as a symbol for Batman, matching the black feel of Batman. I will use long riser cable because I have to put graphic cards and SSDs in the air. The work stage is now complete with a waterway build to be located in front of the building. I'll probably know what I'm trying to explain because I'll put up the building by next week. It's an honor to see Joker's films impressively and do this. Soon, the deadline for the work is approaching, and my goal is to put the impression I feel in this work. Please look forward to and support me
×
×
  • Create New...