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Erik Bmods

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  1. Whats up fellow modders! I wanted to share my recent project. The concept for the project is a 4 sided dual gaming PC with a fully custom waterloop built by combining a Thermaltake core p7 and core p5 together. Specs: (ROG Side) CPU: i7-4790k MOBO: ASUS z97 ROG Ranger GPU: EVGA GTX 970 SC RAM: 16gb Apacer Thunderbird DDR3 2400mhz SSD: 2 x 240gb Apacer Panther series PSU: 850 watt Thermaltake DPS Toughpower RGB 80 plus Gold Custom Waterloop: All by Thermaltake (Panther Side) CPU: i5-6400 MOBO: MSI b250 PC MATE GPU: EVGA GTX 970 SC RAM: 32gb Apacer Panther Series DDR4 2400mhz SSD: 2 x 240gb Apacer Panther series PSU: 650 watt Thermaltake DPS Toughpower RGB 80 plus Gold Custom Waterloop: All by Thermaltake Hope everyone enjoys the build. Would love to hear every ones thoughts on the project. Want to say big thank you to Thermaltake and Apacer for sponsoring the project with their great products!! MOD ON!!!
  2. Love the designs already printed out one of the models for a project.
  3. Now for the final build pics featuring the TT DUDE!!!
  4. Hey guys, just did a second mod in the Thermaltake Chaser A71 that thermaltake asked me to build in. This time I decided to use the LCS that came with the chassis (TT Bigwater 850GT) as is outta the box. Now I wasnt sure about how the AIO kit would look being as I have never done a soft tube build before, but I am very happy with the results. I also just came into possession of a 3D printer and this was a great project to see what the printer can do. I was not the least bit disappointed. Hope you guys enjoy the build and HUGE shout out to Thermaltake for asking me to do this fun project. Some of the 3D printed mods. Fan Grills print models from, http://3dmakers.thermaltake.com/Download.aspx#coreP5
  5. Hey guys here is my second revision of the View 27. This is not so much a mod than a clean build with a clean paint job. The most modding went into the front panel. I had a ton of fun doing this build. I wanna say huge thanks to Andy for him supporting me as an aspiring modder. If werent for TT support I would not be able to flood the build gallery here with all my projects. Also want to say thanks to Snef Computer Design for building, Gold Wings the build that inspired me to do this build. Also JPmodified for all his modding wisdom highly recommend his YT channel for aspiring modders to learn the art.
  6. absolutely amazing work man!! My hats off to you really only wish to create something like this one day!!
  7. Bro absolutely gorgeous
  8. Hey guys. I was asked by thermaltake to do a mod in a case they have had on the market for awhile. The Thermaltake A71 Chaser LCS. They really wanted me to feature the double bay AIO watercooling system that comes with the case. Now me being me I couldn't just do a regular build with the bay res where it normally goes. So doing some custom mods to spruce up the look of the case and AIO. Now this isn't your regular AIO like a corsair h100i or something along those lines. This case comes with a fully custom loop with quick disconnects for easy draining. However I am not the biggest fan of quick disconnects. But that is the beauty of this unit. You can fully customize the loop with hard tubing if you like......which I totally intend to do. But I will still be incorporating the whole entire unit because the disconnects are very handy for easy draining and repair if needed. But I will be hiding them as they are not the prettiest things IMO. Now this isn't the first case that I would choose if were up to me, but I was pleasantly surprised with the full tower. It is for sure marketed more toward the gamer with its aggressive look (which I like a more subdued look in my cases) than a pretty living room PC. The build quality is crazy the side panles are the strongest steel out of any thermaltake chassis I have built in before. - See more at: http://techcity.tv/forum/discussion/comment/1319#Comment_1319 Hope you enjoy!! Merry Christmas. Ezgunna82
  9. Well here it is, Project Double R. Huge thanks to Thermaltake for the support. I had a ton of fun doing this build. Hope you guys enjoy!!.
  10. Front panel flipped upside down and put on hinges. Almost there....
  11. Looks great Necro!! the blue metallic is beautiful.
  12. FInal stretch leak testing with DW. Final fill will be with Thermaltake c1000 Red Opaque.
  13. This gonna be a sick build man cant wait for more!!
  14. Well guys here is Red 27 ver. 1.0. Wanna give shout outs to Thermaltake, andy at tt and JPmodified for making this and hopefully future projects possible. I loved building in the view 27 and have already ideas for a ver. 2.0 . Hope you enjoyed the build and can't recommend this case enough for just a nice neat build or a full out case mod.
  15. Hey guys wanted to share my project code named: Red 27 made possible with support from Thermaltake a company that truly supports modding!! This is a freestyle mod done in the view 27 enclosure. When I saw this case I had to do a build in it, and I wasn't disappointed. It has such a unique yet familiar layout and with the vertical gpu mount, its so easy to show of your super expensive graphics card you worked so hard to pay for lol. Now I am still waiting on a couple things to finish up the loop, but should be here anytime. Specs: Case: Thermaltake View 27 CPU: intel i7-4790k MOBO: ASUS z97 ROG Ranger GPU: EVGA GTX 970 SC RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1866mhz SSD: 2 x Radeon 240gb PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower G DPS RGB 850 watt 80 plus gold (10 year warranty!!!!) CABLES: Thermaltake TTmod red and black cable extensions LED: 2 x Thermaltake Lumicolour 256 C with controller Cooling: Fans: 6 x Thermaltake Riing 12 RGB Premium Edition 120mm, 1 x Thermaltake Riing red 120 mm Pump: Thermaltake Pacific P1 D5 black silent edition Resevoir: Thermaltake Pacific R22 Fittings: Assorted Thermaltake extensions and adapters and RGB fittings 16mm Tubing: Thermaltake V-tubler 16mm O/D PETG Rads: Thermaltake pacific 360mm, Thermaltake pacific 120mm CPU Block: Thermaltake Pacific Block GPU Block: EKWB gpu block RAM Block: EKWB monarch ram block
  16. Hey There, I'm redoing my gaming pc Code Named: Redliner. The build stay with the same theme as Redliner as in same colour scheme (black and red) and same idea of the tubing and routing looking like lines of red throughout the build lol. Only this time I will be modding the case. The previous build was more me trying to match the components well together and have a nice clean loop. Now Im still waiting on some components for this build so the spec list will have to wait a bit as still deciding and waiting on some hardware. I want to say a big thank you to Thermaltake who will be supplying some of the watercooling parts going in this build. Now so far I have just managed to get stuff done with the case mod.
  17. So she done Here some final pics will have more up later but need a break been at this thing for ten hours
  18. Still need to get the 24 pin done but ran outta pins. gonna just pick up a white extension sick of sleeving plus gotta plan my first project with TT, ya baby!!
  19. So didnt get to finish cables but got front i/o cables sleeved and the fans and pump also. But got sick of sleeving so decided to switch it up a bit and do some etching.
  20. So kinda at a halt until get some heat shrink to sleeve cables because as of now i am using the stock cables from psu and NOT acceptable. but here are some pics. Choosy but nonetheless its something lol
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