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Mickee Boy last won the day on August 20 2018

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  1. Final update a barrage of photos! Thank you very much Thermaltake, Asus ROG, GSkill, Plextor and all the people who made this event possible as well for having me is this extravagant modding showdown. I am very happy with how the build turned out. I'm getting that SciFi Fortress feel from it I will comeback a little later for the quick video of the build.
  2. Detailing some more Fire the laser! More to come this week! thanks
  3. A few updates here with chopping up the case When I’m done, half of this case will still exist. Perfectly balanced, as all things should be. I hope they remember you View 91 And this by far is the remains of the case. I will also chop up the other panels to make it fit this new Tower, be right back!
  4. Hi as promised here are the glamour shots of the Parts that I am going to use for this build. Those are all for now, I will be back with some actual changes on the View 91. Thanks!
  5. I have finally received the actual hardware for this PC build and man they are awesome! I made a video for it too :) https://youtu.be/i3eWMmC0IQ8 I will upload pictures too but that might come a little later so please check out my worklog again, thanks! :)
  6. I was finally able to get the View 91 out of its box! This case is a joy to watercool! I had to take out the tempered glass panels so I can move it around. Up front we have 3 Riing Premium Plus Fans, the controller is in the accessory box. There is so much room at the back of the case you can mount a couple of 420 radiators Spacer for your hard drives Bracket for Vertical GPU mounting though you have to pick up a PCIE riser separately. Annnnd!! I dismantled the case :p Here's the frame of the View 91 See you again on the next update!!
  7. Hello Casemodding world! This marks the start of my worklog in this awesome competition, by the way I go by the name Mickee and I am a one man show on the road for MadMods PC Modding and I am representing the Philippines this time, Well let's start! W E L C O M E!! Here is a quick snap of the parts that I already have: Massive boxes!! I was able to unbox a few of the stuff I am trying to clean up my workspace before I take the case out of the box because I really need all the space that i can for this mod. I will be back really soon to post pictures of the case out of the box as well as the initial preparations for this project.
  8. Hi Everyone I guess this will be the last batch of Pictures for this project I really enjoyed working on this but then again there is no such thing as finished hehehe there will always be a few bits and bobs to be tweaked every now and then And that is a wrap for Core X71 Bulgar! Once again than you very much for the support! I will see you guys on the next one
  9. Update time Back to cutting some panels This one is for the Front panel For the lower side panels Scoring the Acrylic sheet helps a lot with the accuracy of manual cuts Test fit Some more pieces for detailing. Sanding with an angle grinder. Stick em' up. Started to paint the sliding panels. This one is for the top of the case. Labelled the handles for the sliding panel. and here we are End of the quick update thanks!
  10. After a long time I am back with some updates, Modding has stated to pick up since the construction of my little workshop is finished Here we go, Watercooling should be an option with this simple test bench so i found a solution where I can mount a Radiator and a Pump+Res and yes a 3d printed fan grill The plan is for it to be mounted on this position. Back to the bender for a custom bracket. Now we have this and I know this is not the best looking solution but I strongly believe that it will work for me Screws on! Pump+Res+Rad mounted, it still needs additional support on the lower portion but I'll get back to that later because I want to try and watercool this now CPU block Pacific W3 and behind it is an Intel Core i5 6600K that i forgot to take a photo of since I am too excited but I guess we've all seen that before Pacific 90 degree fittings installed Tubes done annnd the here are the random shots I've tested it for leaks and luckily there was none, Some of the parts for this mod are being detailed already and those will be up on the next updates later!!
  11. Hey man! thanks for checking the build log, you got a handful of awesome builds and you work super fast Hi, I am very sorry for the lack of updates it was due to the renovation that is still ongoing and my modding area is part of it but now I am back as I've found a small spot where I can continue my work I have also brought in some help with the help of a vinly cutter and a 3d printer which I got a very deal on yay! So I have some updates First off I have manually cut a couple of EVGA logos with a scroll saw, these will be put on each side of the sliding panels. I spent most of the holidays with the family and the 3d printer lol, It was frustrating at first because I have zero Ideas on how it works but after plenty of playing and tinkering around as well as reading I guess I got some decent prints or usable at the very least I do not know how to make my own designs just yet as I am still focused on understanding its dynamics as a whole so I just print stuff that I find online which suits the mood for the project Something has to hold the PSU on the test bench so.. Mobo Stand off For the GPU One of the things that I've learned a few days ago was converting JPEG files to ohh I forgot the file format haha then to STL as a 3d printable file, so I tried it on the Gear up logo and wow it worked then I just made a few adjustments to better suit my taste. Short update but there will be more to come soon! see ya' around!
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