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  1. Hello, my name is DJ Madrid age of 21 and also known as Kryptek PC Casemodz, I am from the Philippines. And also, thanks to Thermaltake my major sponsor for this build project, thank you so much for this oppurtunity, more power! And now, let's go to the build. This project will be named "45Deg" or "45 Degree", the position of the motherboard is something new in our eyes because normally many of the mods today are rotated into 90 degree or 180 degree inverted, so I decided to make a 45 degree rotated motherboard position. I'll be using Thermaltakes water cooling parts, case, power supply and Riing fans. Here is my isometric 3D design using Google Sketchup Pro. Hope you'll like it.
  2. Hi everyone. Its time for a new project. And this time, no more scratch build. This will be my first tower mod. Hope everything goes well. I saw the trailer of deadpool movie and its a comedy action which i like. So for this build, i thought of making deadpool as the theme. First of all, I would like to say thanks to Thermaltake for giving me such opportunity to mod a Suppressor F51 no window (which i choose). I forgot to take photos of the case when it is still in "one piece" coz, I'll be honest, I was so excited to mod the case. The case it self has lots of potential. Lots of space for custom LCS, sound absorbing material, well lets just say that it is a "feature rich" tower case. For more info on this case, check out this link: - http://www.thermaltake.com/Chassis/Mid_Tower_/Suppressor/C_00002676/F51_No_Window/design.htm Table of Contents: Hardware List - http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/2095-project-deadpool/?p=13569 Sketch/Plan - http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/2095-project-deadpool/?p=13570 Mod - http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/2095-project-deadpool/?p=13571
  3. Ok so I was recently accepted into Thermaltake's SPM testing program So I thought I would give a quick overview of the Thermaltake DPS G 650w PSU I received. The unit is 80 plus gold rated and as you can see is a semi modular. Unpacking the PSU it feels very sturdy and features flat cables cables kind of like the old school ribbon cables. All the modular cables are stored away securely in a nice little Thermaltake pouch. The PSU also comes with a extended 7 year warranty, which is great for people like me who are PSU jinxed. The DPS G 650w also features Tt’s new SPM software for monitoring hardware and power consumption. This information can be retrieved via a desktop monitoring application or a Smart phone app of your choice. (Android/Apple). This is a really cool aspect of these power supplies and lets me keep track of all the numbers my OCD demands. The information can then be uploaded to the SPM cloud where I can reference the numbers later. I must confess I have always liked the Thermaltake power supplies but this one is another beast entirely. After a weeks worth of use it has not skipped a beat even with my horrible horrible electricity companies dirty power the unit has held strong. At first I was having a few issues with getting the software to sync but after a reinstall (With Admin rights durp) everything worked. The software has a very easy to understand UI and is accurate and matches up with my own temp probes and software. All in all Im very impressed with the Tt DPS G 650w and will definitely be picking up a more powerful model asap. Link to the PSU - http://www.thermaltake.com.au/Power_Supply/Smart_Series_/Smart_DPS_G/C_00002720/Smart_DPS_G_650W_Gold/design.htm Link to main Build Log http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/30812-bloodlines-rebuild-a-quick-spm-enabled-facelift/
  4. Hello, my name is DJ Madrid age of 21 and also known as Kryptek PC Casemodz, I am from the Philippines. And also, thanks to Thermaltake my major sponsor for this build project, thank you so much for this oppurtunity, more power! And now, let's go to the build. This project will be named "45Deg" or "45 Degree", the position of the motherboard is something new in our eyes because normally many of the mods today are rotated into 90 degree or 180 degree inverted, so I decided to make a 45 degree rotated motherboard position. I'll be using Thermaltakes water cooling parts, case, power supply and Riing fans. Here is my isometric 3D design using Google sketchup Pro. Hope you'll like it
  5. When I started my first modding project with Thermaltake, I was not really sure what I wanted to achieve with this build. How to make it a part of what I do, taking into account what I have done for several years with my car hobby and paint hobby and bring it into full throttle for a unique system, a Thermaltake system that I am proud to say is my own. Project SunkisTt Parts List: Case: Thermaltake Core V71 CPU: Intel Core i7 4770K Motherboard: EVGA Z97 Classified RAM: Avexir Core Series 4GB x4 DDR3-1600 C9 PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower Grand Platinum 1200W GPU: ASUS Strix GTX 970's (2x) SSD: Samsung Evo 256GB (2x) -RAID 0 CPU Waterblock: Thermaltake Pacific W2 GPU Waterblock: Thermaltake Pacific ASUS Strix GPU Block (2x) Radiator: Thermaltake Pacific RL 280 (2x) Pump/Res: Thermaltake Pacific PT40-D5 w/ Mod Kit Fans: Riing 140mm White (7x) - LED modded Orange Coolant: Mayhems Aurora 2 (Custom Orange/Red) Tubing: Thermaltake Pacific PETG 16mm Fittings: (Chrome) Thermaltake Pacific G 1/4 PETG 16mm (9x) Thermaltake Pacific G 1/4 Stop Plug (8x) Thermaltake Pacific G 1/4 90 Degree (1x) Sponsors Thermaltake Avexir BS Mods Mayhems The Build First Step was to take the chassis completely apart and send off the frame to get it chromed. This process took about a month and required sandblasting off the stock finish, while going through the process of being copper plated, polished, nickel plating, then chrome plating and finally polished. The end result looks like this: Now before we get started, here is the color I chose for the body panels. This is HoC (House of Color) Candy Tangerine Orange "UK08-BC02" - http://www.houseofkolor.com/speedshapes/speedshapes_urethanes.jsp Now back to the Chrome... Here is some of the pictures I took in the office to show my friends of the first big step I took into this build!
  6. The upcoming PC giveaway on Gaming Tribe is featuring a sexy Thermaltake Level 10 case! One of my most favourite cases of all times. You can see some pictures here (I also attached one of them): https://www.gamingtribe.com/status/13194139933336/
  7. My Cronos headsets Cord has been heating up to extreme heats, yesterday i didnt notice it till i smelled the cord burning then felt is and burnt myself. This is still underwarrenty so what can i do to get it fixed? http://imgur.com/Xa9KIoYheres another pic
  8. idpcmods

    PROJECT CORE XD

    Build log introduction About the modder and build. Welcome, my name is Ian Duncanson i am a 26 year old modder from victoria Australia i have been building and working on computers since i was 15. This is my third fully custom pc and one i wish to showcase, so lets begin. The concept - Simply with the age of ikea and the ability to customise along side the rise of the desk builds i have decided to design and build a desk based upon one of my favorite cases the thermaltake core x9. Now having built a previous desk before i know to an extent whats needed (my original build was a rush job so i had somewhere to play games and best utilise the limited space i had). The necessary goals to a great desk concept are outlined below and are my goals for this build. Another note about me, im not the best when i comes to 3d drawing and renders so i do the majority by hand its never great but it give me what i need to work with. this space is reserved for our sponsors starting with: Thermaltake, without the faith that quite a few of their staff have put in me none of this would be possible. they have and will be supplying me with cases fans/controllers and watercooling gear Goals: - Fully modular desk solution - core values (moddable, versatile, astetically pleaseing) -light weight but strong. Design- The design is simple, 5 modules (2 x core x9 cases with 3 custom modules forming a desktop) the desk will be constructed out of aluminium and parts of a (few) damaged core x9's the custom parts will he powdercoated white to closely match the original cases. Heres a couple of those sketchy drawings i mentioned disregard the measurements these changed many times upon realising i had inadvertantly rushed my measurements. So we will be begining the construction and finalise the design on the fly. An old war saying is that every plan is a good one till the first bullet flies. But first a very big thank you to some of my friends for the community, the support you have shown even at the early stages has been phenomenal and for that i thank you. My first order arrived from thermaltake australia the other day i posted an unboxing ceremony on my facebook page (http://facebook.com/ianduncansoncomputermods) So i will skip this one as im sure you have all seen this beautiful case before. Ok so maybe one or 2 photos Now as much as i love the front grill design for what im doing its too hard to have replicated locally i was quoted over 300 dollars for material and cutting for a full sheet and i only need less than half of one :/ So another popular idea occured i will still have the front panel as a whole just not the mesh... so instead i have started to organise some dark tint perspex to be delivered for the build. But im getting ahead of myself.. but more to come soon
  9. Moisty

    Rl240 help

    Hi, I am after some help if you can help me out will be much appreciated . 1. I have rl240 kit and was wondering how do I drain the fluid? 2. I have anotger resovior that I would like to install as well, is this possible to run just off the pump/resovior that's in the rl240 or do I need another pump for the resovior? 3. I am getting like a residue water type stuff at the top of my rl240 pump /resocior its like in the air bit of there. Was wondering if that is normal? And is there a way to get rid of it? Thanks so much
  10. Finally, my prize from Weekly Giveaway Week 1 has come to my home safely. And the mouse found his new home Thank you Josh
  11. PROJECT BUYANGYANG INTRO Its a case mod with the aim of showcasing all components of a computer. All parts will be exposed. Even the Liquid Cooling System. We want to say thanks to the following sponsors. Thermaltake Technology Inc Thermaltake Philippines MSI Philippines Plextor Philippines Avexir Table of Contents: Hardware List and Photos - http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/1625-project-buyangyang/?p=10442 SketchUp/Plan - http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/1625-project-buyangyang/?p=10443 Tools - http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/1625-project-buyangyang/?p=10444 Materials - http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/1625-project-buyangyang/?p=10445
  12. This is for the winners to share their photos when you winners received the prizes! Hope you guys like the mouse! You guys can install the Tt eSPORTS PLUS Mobile Application from APP STORE or GOOGLE PLAY... You guys can record your performance data and share it on to the PLATFORM HAVE FUN GUYS!
  13. i....really need to think of better usernames :'( so, Hi guys! ill do a little intro first, my name is Drew, 26 Australian, ive just started running my own, small PC business. long walks on the beach....but you want to know my build? (apologies for the terrible photos, ill be shooting new ones soon) may i introduce "Project Galactus" a 3-stage build, to show you dont need to spend a fortune, to build a world eater CPU: AMD FX-8350 (currently running 4.5Ghz) Cooler: Thermaltake 2.0 Pro with NiC C5 fans (Push/Pull) ive gone with the C5 fans for better CFM, and a nicer look Mobo: ROG Crossfire V Formula Z RAM: G.Skill Trident-X 2400Mhz 2x4GB GPU: Sapphire 7950 PSU: 620w Antec HCG -Stage 2- (expected completion time, 2-3weeks) 240GB SSD (brand yet to be determined) RAM upgrade to 16GB G.Skill's or Avexir Blitz 1.1 16GB 2x8GB 2133Mhz (waiting to hear back from them, to see if they do 4x4GB) PSU Upgraded to Thermaltake 1050w DPS G 2 more Sapphire 7950's (3 total) with custom black backplates Red and Black cable extensions, all combed. Try to get as close to a stable 6Ghz as possible -Stage 3- 5x Thermaltake red Riing 12's custom front plate, removing the mesh, replacing with sheet aluminium, with a big Tt CnC cut into it, LED lit to the Thermaltake colors All up, its set to cost me around $1200 to put Galactus together, using a combination of new and quality second hand parts. i think that covers pretty much everything im doing, if i remember any more, ill let you know Edit: im really sorry for the potato photos, please dont hurt me
  14. Hi, I'm thinking to buy one thermaltake smart standart 750(non modular) and I read a nice review of the smart 850m (modular) http://www.hardocp.com/article/2014/06/16/thermaltake_smart_sp850m_850w_power_supply_review#.VTPyZyF_NBc So my question is if that review applys to the smart standart 750 as well my wonder come from a review that i read about the 630 and 730 smarts (Different OEP than the new 750 & 850 smart) http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Thermaltake-Smart-730-W-Power-Supply-Review/1497/1 it says: "The Smart 730 W is not a 630 W model with "stronger" components; it actually uses a different printed circuit board and, therefore, a different platform" and both 730 and 630 are manufactured by HEC So now I'm really confused
  15. I started to build a system featuring the RL-240 Water Cooling Kit and the amazing Core V21 case. For a while I had a problem figuring out just where and how to mount the large pump/reservoir. I did a bit of custom mounting... easy... just a few holes... so I've decided to share the build up to this point. I have a few 90 Degree fittings on order to make my life a bit easier... Note: You can even adjust the pump speed easily as the adjustment dial is exposed thru a cutout in the front (already available). The mount for the far end of the reservoir is made from 2 old expansion slot covers. Edit: Now Painted Black.
  16. Happy Weekend Everyone! Riing 12 (120mm) High Static Pressure Fans for Case/Radiator applications are now available online to purchase. Buy Now @Newegg Today! http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=thermaltake+riing&N=-1&isNodeId=1 Learn More: (Available in (4) Colors: Red, White, Blue and Green) http://thermaltakeusa.com/Cooler/Case_Fan_/Riing/C_00002639/Riing_12_LED_Green/design.htm
  17. Hey Everyone! The Pacific Series DIY LCS Components are now available @Newegg! Newegg - http://goo.gl/RYG0cJ You can also search Newegg's NEW Category "DIY Cooling" to easily find Thermaltake as the Primary NEW DIY supplier! Built-to-Order your very own DIY Liquid Cooling System Today! Pacific P1 (D5) Pump - http://goo.gl/Deif3y Pacific Radiators - http://goo.gl/LnkDZz Pacific PT40 Pump + Reservoirs- http://goo.gl/uOQRvR Pacific W1 Waterblock Intel/AMD - http://goo.gl/vLfYk5 Coolant - http://goo.gl/m2dPth Tube - http://goo.gl/lh2jgS Fittings (Compression, Bard, Fill, Plugs, Extensions) Colors: Chrome or Black http://goo.gl/HhoMDQ We want your feedback and your questions! Feel free to contact anyone from Thermaltake for assistance.
  18. Hello! Hope you guys enjoy. Specs: CPU: i5 4670 GPU: Nvidia EVGA 780 gtx MOBO: Asus Z87-A RAM: 16GB DDR3 Kingston Hyperx PSU: Corsair TX 750m Case: Thermaltake a31 (blue)
  19. BS Mods The inspiration behind the design of this build was the unique large hex pattern on the front and top case panels. Rather than "chop it up“ We wanted to emphasize these key design features. High Quality Themaltake Orange paint was used with a fade to black styling to ensure it gets maximum visibility. The rear panel punch out edge was given a rubber texture to help emphasize the lines of the chassis. The interior was repainted in textured black. The top and front panels are joined together and hinged at the back so that the entire thing lifts up like a hood on a car. It was all boxed in acrylic to finish the sleek appearance. The rear panel was given a window to show off the SSD mounting on the back of the drive bay. a shadowbox was created with lighting inside and the SSD’s were mounted to give the floating appearance. A BS Mods Security Key Switch is in place of the stock power button. A 16 foot RGB LED lighting kit was used for the interior. The left panel retained the factory window as it is already perfect. Mods Security key switch RGB LED lighting Right panel SSD window SSD lighted display box Hinged top and front bezels Paint PPG Automotive Deltron 2000 acrylic Urethane in TT Orange w/ black accent PPG Automotive High Solids Urethane clear coat -5 coats Modder Rod Rosenberg Bob Stewart
  20. hello, fogive my ignorance, but I see this type of liquid coolings all around and i will like to get one https://scontent-b-iad.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xaf1/t31.0-8/10683522_10152258346550895_2970321448393423442_o.jpg Anyone can point me to were can i get them?, complete kits? I appreciate the help
  21. Just a little toss together, case is too small but what gives i like it! Specs: CPU: AMD Phenom II x6 1045T @ 3.5Ghz Motherboard: AsRock 990FX Fatal1ty KILLER PSU: XFX Pro 850W Black Edition (PSU Pictured was only to last a few more days) Memory: 16GB Patriot Viper 3 1600 CL9 Graphics: 2x 7970 Double D in Crossfire HDD's: 2x WD Green 1TB 1x Toshiba 2TB (SSD Soon) Cooling: Antec H2O 620 Liquid Cooler (Push Pull) 6x Generic 120mm Blue LED fans Any feedback would be awesome! just want to see what people think of a high end rig in a case like this.
  22. For some reasons when I installed Windows 8.1 on my system and install the fan control software, the fan profiles that I set no longer have any effect on the speed of the fans. Is there anything that I can do that can fix this issue?
  23. This is the final week of the Tt community giveaway! Please answer the following question on this thread to be in the draw to win a Core V1 chassis! Week 6: 9/23 ~ 9/30 Question 6: How many main chambers are in the Core V1?
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