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  1. VOTE FOR WHO YOU THINK WILL WIN IN THE POLL ABOVE FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A SET OF TOUGHRAM!
    10 points
  2. VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE MOD BELOW: VOTE DATE: December 28th 2020 -> January 15th 2021 Prizes: 1) TOUGHRAM 3200mhz 2) Floe DX 240 AIO liquid cooler 3) Thermaltake PF1 850 Power supply Mods [Australia] Corey Gregory [Italy] Franco Martinelli [Spain] Aitor Larrañaga [Thailand] Siwasak Sirisomboon [Philippines] Michael John Lacerna [United Kingdom] Richard Ord [USA] Ron Lee Christianson
    6 points
  3. 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!!
    5 points
  4. The 2020 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1 is starting today! Event Rules 2020 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1’s focus will be on creating the most exciting and most unique design on our TOUGHRAM memory modules.Participating modders are given a specific time frame to modify the heatsinks, without changing the overall appearance and layout of the RAM itself. Contestants must only use TOUGHRAM with no other PC components, contestants cannot add the ram to a motherboard or a PC build. Modders may create a stand for the modules but the overall modules must be the
    4 points
  5. 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 Therma
    4 points
  6. 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.
    4 points
  7. 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.
    4 points
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  9. Air brushing time! I am not the best air brusher out there but I love giving new things a try!
    3 points
  10. Update time! after the primer I did paint each ram with the colors that matches each theme. For this I have the first two sticks that I have finished which are the Arasaka Mantis Blade and Mox themed heat sinks. There are two more that I am still working on which are the Militech and Yaiba Kusanagi. Decided to go with four different references instead of just one then applying it on all four. I think made the modding more fun well here goes a barrage of pictures from the stands and the actual modified TOUGHRAM without the custom stands.
    3 points
  11. Hey There good people of the internet! Firstly I just want to thank Thermaltake for having me onboard for another awesome event and I appreciate being here along side amazing friends and talent! I believe this particular event is going to be a hard one for my particular style of modding, I by no means consider myself to be a great air brush artist but I will do my best and enjoy seeing how others work to try and improve myself! Firstly I just wanted to share a few photos I took of the RAM before I start doing any modding to them. I hope you all enjoy the progress and I encourage ever
    3 points
  12. Bumping my worklog with the Toughram White out of the box Next update will be dis assembly of the heat spreaders.
    3 points
  13. Hi-diddly-hey modderinos! Welcome to the project log of my entry in the Thermaltake 2020 Case Mod Challenge; Project: I.S.A.C. - themed on Tom Clancy's The Division 2, a game by Ubisoft Massive. For the competition, 5 of us have been given the same components to do a case mod with and we have until 15th June to complete our mods. I'll try and post regular updates to keep you updated on the progress. A huge thanks to all of the sponsors for making this competition possible; Thermaltake UK, Scan Computers UK, AMD, ASUS and Seagate. First off lets have look at the parts we'll be u
    3 points
  14. Modder Profile:https://lightmix.thermaltake.com/2020s2/player4.html
    3 points
  15. 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
    3 points
  16. 2020 Thermaltake Neonmaker Lighting Mix Invitational Season 2 After a wonderful season, we saw all our fan's interest in the Lighting Mix Event and are desperate to learn what else can NeonMaker do; so we're back for the second season starting today! Due to recent pandemic we want to bring some light to the world; six contestants from six different countries have joined us to 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.therm
    3 points
  17. 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 am
    3 points
  18. Welcome back Crapfans! Has it been 2 weeks already!? Time just has very little meaning or reference any more and it can really get away from you. Let call it a mid season break In the last episode, I got close to finishing a piece of motherboard armour before #### up drilling out a couple of holes, but there were some little tweaks I wanted so not the end of the world. I used the original drawing I'd done on card and cut out a new section to fit around the SATA ports, took a few snips to get it right and then I could transfer the measurements onto a copy from the scan I'd made.
    3 points
  19. 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
    3 points
  20. Another update for this week, received a new delivery of parts, which is everything I need now, thanks Scan Computers and Thermaltake UK : Almost done on the painting side of things: Also took a chunk off the motherboard tray and gave it a coat of paint: And cut two plexiglas panels for the top and bottom to be modded (the top needs some more paint...):
    3 points
  21. 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
    3 points
  22. 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
    3 points
  23. Not much to report this week I'm afraid, still awaiting delivery of the remaining components from Thermaltake. It has worked out well however, as I was able to finish up all of my academic work without any distraction; just sitting my last exam yesterday. So now I am done with everything and just waiting for my results! As soon as the rest of the parts arrive, I will finally be able to really get stuck in; so this past weekend I decided to do a few preliminary things to get the ball rolling. Since the weather was nice I decided to take a stab at cutting my first piece of acrylic
    3 points
  24. Just another quick update, started painting the outer panels, the copper colour is a base coat before adding a coat of gold and then red on top, could still do with a couple more coats of red: Added a bit of grime to the smaller parts of the case which have all been painted (they looked a bit too pristine on reflection): Added DC and Ethernet ports to the HDD access door: Cut the hole for the screen at the back (still needs tidying up and the frame painting): Will get some time at the weekend when I'm hoping to: Finish up on adding grim
    3 points
  25. The start grid is lining up nicely
    3 points
  26. Bottom sprocket mounted on a nice new fabricated bracket. Top one next then paint
    3 points
  27. The fun has now started with the first sprocket mount and connected to a speed controller. Some plates make to help clean the look of the front bracket also cut up a sprocket for abit added decoration. 20200331_134947.mp4
    3 points
  28. 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
    3 points
  29. Hi everyone, I recently purchased a Core P5 case and i will be modding this case heavily, so first job was to make a highly accurate model of the case. So i did and i wanted to share this with everyone who feels like building a core P5 mod. I uploaded the files to Grabcad as here i am limited, but you can find it right here: https://grabcad.com/library/thermaltake-core-p5-2 I have worked a serious amount of hours on this model, so please if you use it and you write about it, please mention me somewhere, that would be highly appreciate. If you are going to use the mo
    2 points
  30. After wet sanding the primer it was time to paint! The first Cyberpunk stick will be yellow and the second will be purple and blue. We plan on doing some air brushing and vinyl work after the paint cures.
    2 points
  31. Few updates today, the branding needs to go for now to i'm going to spray them primer. Here is a peek at the theme that I'm working on I am still waiting for the epoxy primer to dry and as soon as they are I will execute all the plans that I have in mind and be back with more updates. Deadline is near so I hope everything works out fine.
    2 points
  32. I vote for George Antonopoulos !!!!! otherwise known as Dr. Loop! go Team George!!!! <3
    2 points
  33. Profile name : Countdown boom countdown_boom.mp4
    2 points
  34. Has it already been a week since the last update? Well, I better get cracking then! So the next thing I wanted to get sorted out was the panelling/trim on the 'business side' of the case. I kind of had an idea of how I wanted it in my head, but thought it safe to try with foamboard first. Which is just as well, since the prototype was a fair bit wonky: But at least it served its purpose, it enable me to fine tune things a fair bit before moving on to the actual acrylic pieces. So a little bit of jigsaw action resulted in: So my inital thoughts were tha
    2 points
  35. Ahoy hoy Crapfans! Despite telling myself that I'd update more often I just don't like showing stuff before it's finished, but the end result today is worth the wait. So, remember that big package? It contained a sheet of mild steel, 1000mmx600mmx0.9mm. It's a heft beast, you don't appreciate how light aluminium is until you start working with steel. Getting this first piece cut was quite an ordeal, having to try and balance it with one hand and cut with the jigsaw with the other hand. Was much easier when I got the first cut in and it fit on the workbench properly.
    2 points
  36. Thanks for the kind words folks, it is much appreciated. I went into this whole contest with solely a 'theoretical' understanding of how I could use the acrylic. In my head the plan was to create a cleaner version of the View 51 Snow. Now this isn't to say that the case doesn't already look great stock, as it certainly does; but we all know how factory paint jobs can be, especially when dealing with multiple materials. I'm now getting to the stage where I will start to see whether these ideas actually work or not! So catching up from the last time I checked in, once all those
    2 points
  37. Thanks mate. After mulling it over though, I’m just not happy with it. It has become way too ‘busy’ due to that thick rad. I think I’m just going to bite the bullet and put it up top with the fans off-centre: For the components that are in there, a single 64mm radiator should be more than enough. So if I just go with the single: I’ll have much more ‘canvas’ and it should look a lot cleaner and less busy. At least that’s what I’m thinking; and my girls like it better this way, so I’ve got to listen to them! Whilst I did like the actual runs from t
    2 points
  38. Thermaltake Core P5 Warmachine Mhike Samsin Parts used: -Thermaltake Core P5 -Thermaltake Pacific W1 CPU Block -Thermaltake PACIFIC Radiator -Thermaltake Fittings.
    2 points
  39. Thermaltake Core P3 Mhike Samsin Parts used: -Thermaltake Core P3 -Thermaltake riing trio RGB -Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 850W
    2 points
  40. Thermaltake LEVEL 20 VT Mhike Samsin Parts used: -Thermaltake LEVEL 20 VT -Thermaltake riing trio RGB -Thermaltake SFX 650W -Thermaltake Custom LCS
    2 points
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  42. Thermaltake Core P5 , Toughram ddr4 4000 mhz rgb , Toughpower 850 watts platinium rgb, Waterblock Thermaltake W4 rgb
    2 points
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  44. Project Egaxon Case Thermaltake level 20 GT Full Watercooling TT
    2 points
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