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    [Project] :::Flow::: (SNiiPE's V2110) - Resurrected

    Ugh this got lost in the reversion so bear with me here, this is a quote of all the posts over at overclock.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNiiPE_DoGG View Post

    Well guys the time has come for my big reveal of what I have been working towards for the past few months!

    I know some/most of you are familiar with my build, PermaFrost, which was awarded a spot on the Million Dollar PC. Well that build I accomplished two goals, one to be recognized by the aforementioned website and two to achieve a build that would allow me to seek sponsors and make a passion that drained my bank account into one that is sustainable and able to flourish (read: sponsorship)

    So first I will introduce my initial sponsors (list to grow, haven't even begun to seek my hardware sponsors,yet)



    Lamptron will be sponsoring a Custom made FC-3 controller and lighting for this build!


    Lian-Li has sponsored me with this Wonderful PC V-2110b case that I should be receiving in the next several days.


    Gilgamesh will be supplying me with some things, namely a radiator more to come on that later in the log

    I hope you guys are as excited as I am about this, I have some cool concepts that I will be implementing into this one and hopefully some partnerships with some of the other top modders to make it outstanding.

    cheers,

    -Ian
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    Initial Concept Render, youll see some inspiration here from the WCG logo and from a waterfall, and some hints about who I will be working with for some parts of this one (5.25"bay plate looks like what?)

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    here's a new sidepanel variation, please I would like some input from you guys on this one

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    thoughts?
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    Well guys here are the case pics in its not so glorious stock form! A wonderful case yes, but its nothing compared to what it will be when I get done with it




    Quote Originally Posted by SNiiPE_DoGG View Post
    Getting close to final design changes...



    Quote Originally Posted by SNiiPE_DoGG View Post
    Quick update here guys, look what showed up for me in the mail today!
    24"x36" x 1/8" Aluminum 6061

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    cool case and nice layout design, more pics
    my rig spec: asus striker 2 formula, GTX285, hx620, gskill 4gb ram, e8400 (will update parts soon)



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    Hey all, just wanted to check in and let you all know that I am taking my panels to the waterjet tomorrow @ 8am so I should have pics by noon ^^

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    Like what i see so i`ll stick around

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    I know.... ,

    I went to talk to the guy who runs the waterjet yesterday and he sprung on me that he definitely could not do it today so Its gonna be friday or possibly next week when it gets done
    I offered him extra payment to put in some extra time for me so hopefully I can get the cuts ASAP. Sorry bout the false info :\

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    Take your time BTW, I think window in the top panel might be a good idea if you are not planning on installing rads on there. But it seems like not enough space on top for the rads.

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    I have yet to decide between lighting the build with an electric source or going for natural lighting... I have only so much time on the waterjet and just the panels I am making so far are pushing it. I think if I make a top panel mod (likely) it will be done by hand

    also, I have a big announcment coming with another sponsor coming later

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    That's going to be awesome Also, is the top panel going to be "smoked"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkiller123 View Post
    That's going to be awesome Also, is the top panel going to be "smoked"?
    not sure yet, well see what I think once I get the case together and cut up

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    this build is going to be EPIC!

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    Well the time has come guys for me to announce my newest SPONSOR for Project Flow!!

    EK Waterblocks



    Here is a list of parts Eddy will be supplying to me:
    • 2 EK FC4890 Nickel + Acetal
    • 1 EK Supreme CPU Waterblock - Acetal
    • 1 EK-DDC X-TOP rev.2 Acetal
    • 1 Laing 12V DDC-1 Plus+







    Thank you very much EK for your assistance in making this project come to life!

    -Ian

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    Nice sponsors you got there. You got lots of cutting to do looking good though.

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    Loads of sponsors, not much work , Come on

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    His case is getting waterjet cuts.. Don't rush

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    Quote Originally Posted by bentleya View Post
    Loads of sponsors, not much work , Come on
    yeah man, I'm sorry, its pre-finals week here at school not only am I lacking the most basic tools to do mods here but I've got a ton of work + tests every 2 days (2 this morning )


    as soon as I get home on the 6-7th may this project is gonna hit full tilt.

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    Its an EK waterblock party! It looks good so far.

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    This will be great!

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    congrats on the big sponsor man! Maybe I should take a road trip out to Beverly this summer to see some MDPC's in action

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniperbob View Post
    congrats on the big sponsor man! Maybe I should take a road trip out to Beverly this summer to see some MDPC's in action
    haha, yeah man if you wanna come see em that's be cool, you could come on photoshoot day, whenever that ends up happening lol

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    cool, i may have to do that

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    Unhappy Bad news

    The waterjet cutter at my school broke down today... no ETA on the cuts and they may not get done before I leave for home... delays-delays-delays.... never fear I will find a way!

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    I'm sure this is going to be very awsome build Can't wait for more pics.
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    Smile Good News

    I have just sourced at least 3 waterjet cutting shops servicing low volume and specialty orders within 45minutes of my home

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    NICE, wish I had that kind of access, lol..best I've got is one of my sister's friends dad paints cars,trucks,bikes...etc for a living, and has had a bunch of his work featured in car mags, and at one time I bounced my powder coating idea off him, and he told me that if I was ever interested in getting it painted, that he'd love to as he's never painted a computer case before and would love to add it to his portfolio (aka...low to no cost paintjob!)
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