Steel, Aluminum, air, water, modified, etc.
I figured we'd need a new thread to post your computer case/workstation pictures. :cool:
You can find the original threads, here are the links: XS Case Gallery & Post Your Workstation
Note: If we get dead links/red X's, post will be deleted. Let's keep this thread clean!
TJ-07 Drive Cage Mod by Ch3ck5um
Good Method for Cutting Out a Window by CyberDruid
LED Fan Mini Guide by LogAn'sRun
Cable Sleeving Guide by Dangals
Painting 101 by hixie
If you find or have any good guide, tip or tutorial, please post a link!
Let me introduce my new project Bel Air.
Hello Xtremesystems readers,
My name is Stef and my alias is Cygnitr0n. Cygnitr0n is a combination of Cygnus X, Nitro and Tron. And I'm from Holland. So already I will appologize in front if the Englisch is not correct.
Let me begin:
After a few moments of thoughts and...
I?ve got a decent shop, but its separated from my house (which is a good thing, so I can tinker even at night).
i think that a thread to show of all the great 800D builds would be nice. so post your 800D rig in this thread :D
same rules as in the case gallery thread :up:
I am considering picking up some acoustic foam to make my PC a little quieter. Nothing too crazy, just putting some on side panels, and floor of the chassis.
Is it worth it? What are your experiences?
EVGA X79 FTW
I7 3820 @ 4.2ghz + Phanteks PH-TC14PE
16gb G.Skill 2133mhz
EVGA GTX 670 + Accelero TTII @ ~1100mhz
2x Agility 4 256gb ( 1 for the OS and the other one for games )
Asus VE278Q surround 5760x1080
Hi there! It?s my first post here so I thought it would be nice to write a few words about myself before I proceed to the project log. I?m not a native English ? I live in Warsaw in Poland ? but I will do my best to use proper English :) I?ve completed several small mods that are not even worth...
Well after a few requests on OCAU I put together a rough guide to cable sleeving - now before you get too critical I did say rough :D.
PLEASE NOTE that you do this at your own risk - I take no responsibility for burnt out psu's, mobos etc
Now before we get started there is one thing I MUST...
Hello everyone! :D
I wasn't going to bother with a build log on this, since it's going to be a relatively quick build... but I figured "aw, what the heck... might as well share in case anyone else is looking to do something similar..." I spent a reasonable amount of time figuring out all the...
In December 2012 Justin from Parvum systems asked me if I wanted to do a small build in their new acrylic m-ATX case.
Since I was kinda busy with 2 other projects I helped him with 2 other casemodders (Kier & K.enny) who wanted to do a new build.
Justin still sent me a case for the help also on...
Looked like a pretty straightforward build. So I had my 14 y/o build it:
I like how the tools came with it:
Finished. Plenty of room to find a spot for the Swiftech H220:
As some of you may know, I have been working closely with Bill Owen at MNPCTech over the past year learning and soaking up as much as I can as his intern. We have done several case reviews and mod guides together, and it is time for me to step it up a notch and take on a big...
Now that Im finished with CURV3D I can start with my next project. I have been waiting to start working on this. Ive been planning how to make this as good as possible. This is the project I will spend most time on ever. Hope you will enjoy this log, feel free to comment and please...
hey guys heres my fractal core 1000 mod an entry on asus summer mod contest, pls like and my link thanks
Make a Phantom go from this:
And stuff a whole lot of awesome in it.
Here I am with a new project :)
As some of you might know, ever since I finished the L3p D3sk project all 6 of us have been busy with the company named Red Harbinger. This team exists out of these great persons.
First project ... to improve, re-design and compatibilize the L3p D3sk.
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