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  1. Update time Thanks Plext for the SSD this is amazing I am terribly sorry for all the mess, so here is the GPU Shroud, I used Aluminum that I bougth from a scrapyard as I already ran out of free acrylic. Military Green, I didn't care about dust or anything while I was on rattle cans because I am gonna rought it up later anyway Spacers for the Front Panel For the GPU So after painting and a little sanding I decided to put the semi finished parts together. MSI cut out from 5mm thick acrylic The last time that I held a paint brush was back in elementary school art class, I hope this turns out good if not then I'll try again on other projects lol This is something that I learned here in the zoo Dab the water off with tissue before the paint completeley dries. Glued on the lower Front Panel. Dry brushed anti rust brown to give it that peed on effect LOL, Took the picture in the dark sorry. Lower Front and Side panels. I don't know but for me this never gets too old Top Front Back side no panels yet. Top Front MSI Gaming Dragon GTX 780 Twin Frozr Thanks, later
  2. Project Update First I would like to thank MSI PH for the GPU and Motherboard. Creation of the faceplate, it's like an iPod lol Power buttons on the speaker keeps on popping up so I gave it a semi permanent fix now i can listen to music while working Test fitted the Front panel/ Face plate, I changed the appearance of the GPU shroud and loosen the screws at the back end so It can be opened I will be placing the proper hinges for it in time This is the final mounting formation for the GPU, many thanks to LiHeat for the 380mm PCI-E 3.0 Riser I tried Battlefield 4 on the test bench and it was amazing, it's like the GPU is connected directly to the motherboard. Those are all for now, Thanks a bunch, later
  3. Hi, my name is Mickee from Makati City, Philippines. This is my first full on case mod and work log. I would like to thank you in advanced for spending time on this. I will be using an old Cooler Master USP100 handed down to me by a good friend. There is no specs for the PC yet as I am still looking around for good deals. At the end of this project we will be looking at a Military Themed BTX form factor chassis, top mounted GPU connected via PCIe riser and DIY computer peripherals there are still more modifications that I am unable to explain as of the moment so I will just update this work log with pictures as the fun progresses. Sorry everything is dusty because our house is under construction. I will put the power supply and radiator in this new compartment. The bottom part of the chassis will be replaced with a flat aluminum sheet so I dremeled out the bumpy area, the cut does not need to be perfect because it will be covered anyway. So I need something thick for the panels of the bottom compartment It is broken and was thrown away by the owner. Cutting the panels to fit I am doing it way off the line as I do not trust my unstable hands. Creating the GPU shroud on top of the chassis. The Skeletal System Acrylic on the walls of the GPU Shroud. Radiator Template from MNPC Here is where I currently am with Smoker. I wanted to test the fan slots so I mounted the TT Riings that I have laying around Shout out to Arciz Modz \m/ Thanks guys, Later!
  4. I've seen this before and I never get tired looking at this mod, very inspiring
  5. I'll see this in person on Saturday
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