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    Tte Martin reacted to bundymania in [Germany] Andy Weber (Bundymania)   
    Frozen Radiators
     

     

     

     

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    Tte Martin got a reaction from bigmike1166 in Level 10 Black&White X99 by Jakob Ginzburg   
    I am posting this here on behalf of the modder. You can find his complete worklog in the German PC Games Hardware eXtreme forums.
     
    CPU: i7-5960X Board: Asus X99-E WS GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 980 SuperClocked ACX 2.0 (Triple SLI) RAM: G.Skill 8x 4GB Power supply: Antec High Current Pro HCP-1300 Platinum, 1300W M.2: Samsung XP941 500 GB SSD: Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SSD2: Sagate 600 pro 460 GB     Aquacomputer Aquastream XT Standard Aquacomputer Shoggy Sandwich Aquacomputer Filter  Aquacomputer aquaero 6 Pro LCS controller Aquacomputer Cuplex kryos silver edition   Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm 2x Noiseblocker NB-eLoop B12-PS Bionic fans   Koolance Radiator, 1x140mm 30-FPI Copper Koolance RAM-33   Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 15 LT Alphacool Cape Fuzion Core 10 - Acetal - Black Alphacool NexXxoS RXP-1   Watercool MO-RA3 420    9x Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilentPRO PK2 4x Silverstone 180mm fans SST-AP182   The costs for this build were about € 8,500-9,000.   Full overview and reservoir mounted outside the chassis for easy checks of the coolant level and refills.     Small radiator at the back that forwards the coolant to the MO-RA. Tubing will be optimized further.     Tubing inside the chassis. The tubes leading to the mainboard coolers had to be boiled.     The cables are hidden behind an aluminium plate.     MO-RA with 4x 180mm fans and 120mm fans is standing on his own feet. Two LED strips illuminate the frame.     Additional fans and radiator at the top of the case.  
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    Tte Martin reacted to bundymania in [Germany] Andy Weber (Bundymania)   
    More PSU Pics
     

     

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    Tte Martin reacted to AlShuryan in PUNISHER V2, American Sniper   
    Version 2 and SUBJECT TO CHANGE atleast I hope it does...


    Special note: This is not a MODs4VETS / PCs4VETS project. As my finale project I'm using my review product saves, my purchases and sponsored products to build myself a RIG finally.

    Thermaltake URBAN T81
    Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 1200W
    ECS Z87H3-AX Extreme GANK L337
    Intel Core I5 4670K
    Dominator® Platinum Series — 16GB (4 x 4GB) Dual/Quad Chan DDR3 DRAM 1866MHz
    2 x XFX R9 290x Xfired
    @Sanctum Mods Cables by Joe Angel Mercado (sponsored)
    Monsoon Series Two D5 Premium Dual 5.25†Reservoir - Red (sponsored)
    Thermaltake Pacific W1 CPU Block (sponsored)
    Thermaltake Pacific Riing Fans 120mm and 140mm (sponsored)
    Pacific PT40-D5 Reservoir/Pump Combo W/Mod Kit (sponsored)
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    more to come

    Elements I wold like to use in the MOD are








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    Tte Martin got a reaction from triggylol in [Germany] Andy Weber (Bundymania)   
    I've seen the awesome work on the side window already, can't wait to see the rest. Let's hope you can get started soon!
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    Tte Martin reacted to erickliban in "ElectricLady" watercooled Core x9   
    So this is my finished build in a Core x9. 
     
    Specs:
    CPU: 4790k  @4.6GHz - 1.25V
    GPU: 2x 290's @1150MHz core
    Mobo: Asus Sabertooth z97 Mk-1
    Rads: 2x 480mm Hardware Labs BlackIce GTS
    CPU Block: EK Supremacy Evo
    EK GPU blocks and backplates
    EK res and dual d5 pump setup
     
    Feel free to ask any questions i may not have covered.
    Bonus points if you can guess my favorite musician.
     
     

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    Tte Martin got a reaction from Scarecrow1976 in [Germany] Andy Weber (Bundymania)   
    I've seen the awesome work on the side window already, can't wait to see the rest. Let's hope you can get started soon!
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    Tte Martin reacted to Suchao Prowphong in [Thailand] Suchao Prowphong   
    Conventional example paper-making.
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

     
     

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    Tte Martin reacted to J. Scott Elblein in Identify this noise?   
    Hi ThermalMike,
     
    Excellent call Before I read your reply I was suspicious of the same idea; took a pair of needlenose pliers, and gently pulled down on the grill just enough to "bend" it away from the fan and the noise stopped. It came back later when I had GTA V going on full blast, so I did it again but a little bit harder, and it hasn't come back since, and it's been about a week now.
     
    My concern now is, it was tucked away, completely enclosed before and when it happened, and nothing is/was loose inside the case that would've pushed the grill up into the fan. What do you think might've been the cause of the fan moving toward the grill enough (or vice-versa) to cause the rattle, without any external cause?
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    Tte Martin reacted to Fabio Moma in [Japan] Fabio Moma   
    Hello Guys !!  I'm updating some news here! 
     




     
    [ AVEXIR é›·é›» RAIDEN SERIES ]   Thank you for Support  AVEXIR !
     
     








     
    ( Acrylic MOBO Plate! )
     





     
    ( modifying the PSU support Plate )
     


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    Tte Martin reacted to thomaswhoward in Poseidon Z driver for Mac OS X 10.10+   
    I signed up for an account just to say thank you!
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    Tte Martin reacted to ThermalMike in Core X9 Mod/Builds   
    Arial,
     
    Welcome to the Tt Community and thank you for your interest in our Core X9.
     
    I have to say your timing is epic haha, as Thermaltake is just about to start (May 1st) our 2015 Thermaltake CaseMod Invitation where 7 modders are taking the challenge on the Core X9.
     
    More Details: http://casemod2015.thermaltake.com
     
    I wish you the best with your next build and we all cannot wait to see what these guys come up with!
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    Tte Martin reacted to Arial_Moss in Core X9 Mod/Builds   
    I am new to this forum but far from new to PC building and Mods. I don't say this to give away my age, though I know it will...I remember when moding consisted of pulling apart the old beige cream colored cases, which powered those lovely green CRT monitors, maybe adding a fan or spray painting bits and pieces.
         Today, that old way of doing things is out the window. No longer is a bit of spray paint or a case fan (or dare I say...an upgrade to a 56k modem.) Gone are those simplicities and though I miss them some days, I absolutely love the attention to detail that goes into new builds.
         Coming out of the garage of todays builders, are the Ferrari of computers. Beasts that conquer the bench tests and frag any off the self pc no matter what brand is printed on the box. It is these type of builds that have kept me intrigued over all these years. I can not count the number of PC's under my belt anymore but I do recall the feelings I had the very first time I tore a system down and by some miracle, managed to get it back together. It is the same feeling I still get when I open up a new motherboard or graphics card and smell that unique fragrance that only new electronic components can claim.
         I took a short break, (2 years) which in this 'game' can be an eternity. I still followed many other builders online, in awe, of most of the things these people where doing to their rigs. I have since put a lot of thought into my next build. The problem I kept running into was, "What case am I going to use?" I have, in the past had this same problem as I am sure many builders have found themselves in. Typically I would pick a case make some heavy changes such as rotating the motherboard tray 180 degrees. For this new build however, I wanted to start with a case I loved, unlike those in the past I only liked.
         I found the perfect one (actually two in a stacked configuration) in the Core X9. This is the first build I have ever followed in a video documentary as well. I know a million videos are out there of unboxing, building, finished products, but I wanted to do things a bit differently and not only show all those things but cover the 'whys' for my components, explore alternatives for those wanting to spend less money, and generally offer some advice that has come with the wisdom only the experience of time can find. 
         I am here to see what others are doing to their Core X9 boxes too. Most of the info out there consist of  CES Thermaltake images or videos. (Which are excellent) I just feel like this is such a versatile chassis that I would love to see all the combinations others can come up with.
     
    Good luck with all your builds...
     
    Arial
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    Tte Martin reacted to Boddaker in R2M1   
    When I received the Core X1 case, I was very impressed with how well built and flexible the layout was. 
     

     
     
    However, it still needed to be modified for this project (sorry Shannon!).  The droid body needs to be square, so the case will have to be shortened by 5" to make it 11" x 11".
     

     
     
    I removed 5" out of the center so that I didn't have to mess with removing the factory rivets on the top or bottom corners.
     

     
    The middle joint will just need to be reinforced with aluminum brackets.  That will be in the next update, as well as the addition of the new motherboard tray.
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    Tte Martin reacted to 10e in Finished: Penumbra-V   
    Just finished a build in a Thermaltake Core V31 case.
     
    I love this case. Best case TT have made in a long time IMHO, though the other Cores are very good too for various reasons.
     
    Quick list of hardware components:
     
    1) Intel Core I7 5820K CPU
    2) Asrock X99 Extreme3 motherboard
    3) Corsair Vengeance Blue DDR4-2666mhz 16GB (4x4GB DIMMS) low profile RAM
    4) Dual Sapphire Tri-X R9 290X 8GB Graphics Adapters with original backplates
    5) Crucial MX1000 500GB SSD
    6) WD Green WD20NPVX 2TB 2.5" mechanical HD
    7) Corsair RM 1000 power supply
    8) Corsair sleeved blue modular cables (to be swapped later for custom sleeved)
     
    Water cooling components:
     
    1) Swiftech Apogee XL-C clear acrylic water block with 10(!!!!) 5mm white LEDS
    2) Dual EK WB R9 290X Vapor-X plexi/nickel water blocks
    3) Alphacool UT60 360mm radiator (top)
    4) Swiftech MCR320-XP 360mm radiator (front)
    5) Darkside 160mm tube res with bundled DDC PWM pump
    6) Triple Corsair SP120 High performance PWM fans for the Alphacool in push exhausting out the top
    7) Triple Scythe Gentle Typhoon AP-14 fans in front
    8) EK HD 10/12mm acrylic tubing bent with Monsoon 3/8-1/2" Mandrel set
    9) 10 Bitspower BP-BSEML black spakle 10/12mm fittings
     
    1 Darkside 8" lighting strip installed in the back
     
    I named the system Penumbra-V for the lighting gradation that happens from back-to-front, and the "V" for Thermaltake V31 case.
     
    Here's a crappy cell phone pic. I'll get better ones soon, but the potlight that was above it burned out and made it darker than it should have been.
     
    Feedback/criticisms are welcome, but I thought I'd post here as I used the V31 as the basis for this build. Temperatures are great, and I don't think I could find another compact mid-tower case that could hold all this raddage!
     

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    Tte Martin got a reaction from dO_ob in [Thailand] Suchao Prowphong   
    Don't worry about the language. Your casemods say more than anything anyone could ever write. I'm excited to see what you come up with!
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    Tte Martin got a reaction from Suchao Prowphong in [Thailand] Suchao Prowphong   
    Don't worry about the language. Your casemods say more than anything anyone could ever write. I'm excited to see what you come up with!
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    Tte Martin got a reaction from Tt Andy in [Thailand] Suchao Prowphong   
    Don't worry about the language. Your casemods say more than anything anyone could ever write. I'm excited to see what you come up with!
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    Tte Martin got a reaction from ThermalMike in Corev71 Fans   
    Check out the Riing fans: http://www.thermaltake.com/Cooler/Case_Fan_/Riing/C_00002634/Riing_14_LED_Blue/design.htm
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    Tte Martin reacted to STUART_GGF in [Australia] Stuart Tonks   
    Here's a few shots of some of the gear so far.
     
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Tte Martin got a reaction from bundymania in [Germany] Andy Weber (Bundymania)   
    I've seen the awesome work on the side window already, can't wait to see the rest. Let's hope you can get started soon!
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    Tte Martin got a reaction from Richi in [United Kingdom] Richi Bowzer   
    Sounds like an interesting concept. Can't wait to see the first pictures
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    Tte Martin reacted in Theron Gaming Mouse Questions   
    Hey Cogsworth,
     
    Here's the answers to your questions: 
     
    1) The THERON Mouse cannot be set to constant "ON" nor "BREATHE"
     
    In Normal Mode:   - Scroll Wheel lights up. - Tt Dragon light with breathing effect. - Two lights can turn on or off independently. - Bottom Panels will light up.     In Battle Mode: - Colors will change accordingly to the frequency of current A.P.M (Action Per Min) - Scroll Wheel with breathing effect. - Tt Dragon light with breathing effect. - Bottom Panels with breathing effect.   2) NORMAL / BATTLE (Game Mode) mode can be changed via the SOFTWARE.   - When you are in Battle Mode, higher A.P.M (Action Per Minute) will have a higher frequency flashes, while in lower A.P.M, the flash frequency decreases.   3) To know which Polling Rate you're currently on, you just need to click on the icon (battle dragon on bottom right of your desktop), and make sure that the OSD (On-Screen Display) is ENABLED!   Hope this helps!
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    Tte Martin reacted to Phobia in Paint job and new keycaps on Poseidon Z   
    Had the keyboard for almost two weeks now after replacing the first one. Seems fine. 
     
    Plasti-dipped the top cover of the keyboard in the color of the Thermaltake logo to the top right of the keyboard. Two even coats with the last one being a mixed coat immediately followed by a coat of Rust-Oleum Clear Coat to have a nice texture while getting rid of the rubber texture of the Plasti-dip.
     

     
    Got rid of the default ABS plastic keycaps with a thick PBT plastic keyset from Geekkeys on eBay. Don't like led lighting under the old keys nor the shiny texture.
     

     
    So far, loving the new custom setup on this keyboard
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    Tte Martin got a reaction from dO_ob in Level 10 Black&White X99 by Jakob Ginzburg   
    I am posting this here on behalf of the modder. You can find his complete worklog in the German PC Games Hardware eXtreme forums.
     
    CPU: i7-5960X Board: Asus X99-E WS GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 980 SuperClocked ACX 2.0 (Triple SLI) RAM: G.Skill 8x 4GB Power supply: Antec High Current Pro HCP-1300 Platinum, 1300W M.2: Samsung XP941 500 GB SSD: Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SSD2: Sagate 600 pro 460 GB     Aquacomputer Aquastream XT Standard Aquacomputer Shoggy Sandwich Aquacomputer Filter  Aquacomputer aquaero 6 Pro LCS controller Aquacomputer Cuplex kryos silver edition   Alphacool NexXxoS ST30 Full Copper 240mm 2x Noiseblocker NB-eLoop B12-PS Bionic fans   Koolance Radiator, 1x140mm 30-FPI Copper Koolance RAM-33   Alphacool Cape Corp Coolplex Pro 15 LT Alphacool Cape Fuzion Core 10 - Acetal - Black Alphacool NexXxoS RXP-1   Watercool MO-RA3 420    9x Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilentPRO PK2 4x Silverstone 180mm fans SST-AP182   The costs for this build were about € 8,500-9,000.   Full overview and reservoir mounted outside the chassis for easy checks of the coolant level and refills.     Small radiator at the back that forwards the coolant to the MO-RA. Tubing will be optimized further.     Tubing inside the chassis. The tubes leading to the mainboard coolers had to be boiled.     The cables are hidden behind an aluminium plate.     MO-RA with 4x 180mm fans and 120mm fans is standing on his own feet. Two LED strips illuminate the frame.     Additional fans and radiator at the top of the case.  
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