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[Case Gallery] Ice cube

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Fusentast, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. Fusentast New Member

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    Specs:
    MOBO/CPU:
    MSI Z77A-GD55 - LGA1155.
    Intel i7 2600k 3.4GHz – runs 4200 Mhz.

    RAM:
    Corsair Vengeance 8gb(2x4) 1600MHz(Low Profile White) - DDR3 - 1,35 V.

    HDD:
    Samsung 830 series 128gb SSD - with carbonfoil.
    Western Digital 500gb (WD5000AADS-00M2B0)
    Seagate 320gb USB 3.0 external HDD.
    Seagate 2tb USB 2.0 external HDD.

    Graphics card:
    Gigabyte HD7970 3gb GDDR5.
    Coreclock: 1000 Mhz
    Memoryclock: 1375 Mhz

    Case/PSU:
    HAF XB
    Corsair TX850 - 80 Plus.

    Cooling:
    CPU - Corsair H80i with 2xSP 120mm quiet edition.
    Front: 2xCorsair AF 120mm
    Fan controller: NZXT Sentry 2.

    Monitor:
    Samsung BX2231 - 22" - 2ms - Full HD.

    OS:
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit.

    Accessories:
    DVD drive: Samsung SE-208DB White. Mounted under the table.
    Mouse: Razer Imperator 4G 2012 6400dpi.
    Keyboard: Roccat Isku Illuminated.
    Headset: Logitech G930 Wireless.
    Mouse mat: SteelSeries QcK.
    Sound: Edifier X220 2.1
    Lighting: Sharkoon, 4 blue 10cm cold kathode and NZXT LED Sleeve blue(1m)

    Mods:
    Ive painted all 4 panels white and other small parts like the PSU bracket. Applied a sticker with my nickname.
    Also ive cutout and mounted windows in the sidepanels.
    Ive made 2 switches. 1 for the 5 voltage(Cold cathodes) and 1 for the 12 voltage(NZXT LED Sleeve).

    HAF XB White Mod. This is my little Ice cube. But my setup is not entirely done. I still want to fill out my remaining RAM slots, when the prices drop a little.
    Also iam getting a 27 inch monitor in a couple of weeks.
    Iam pretty satisfied with the results of this build. There are plenty HAF XB's out there, but mine is the first white ive seen. Tell me what you think!
     
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  2. Jetster

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    Clean lines, windows look good, nice pictures
     
  3. shovenose

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    Nicely done build but I don't see it so unique. ;(
    Then again I'm not a modder and my computer looks boring so I shouldn't be talking lol.
     
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    Very nice lay out. The HAF XB is such a underestimated case. The Color scheme is quite striking and the side windows are exquisite. I am so happy to see others also enjoying this case as much as I have. Clean, original and excellent cable management, I give it a 10. Thank you for sharing

    http://www.techpowerup.com/gallery/3505.html
     
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    Thanks for the kind words. Iam indeed enjoying this case. Its a case that begs for modding!
    Iam really satisfied with the result. I wasnt sure what it would look like in white, but in my opinion, its better in white.
     
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    incredible how clean and simple trumps extreme and complicated every time....9/10!!!!
     

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