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[Case Gallery] KRK MTT-1.0 (work in progress)

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Keny_Robert_Keen, Aug 23, 2008.

  1. Keny_Robert_Keen

    Keny_Robert_Keen New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    Intel(R) QC6600
    ASUS P5N-E SLI MOBO
    NVIDIA 8800 GTS-640MB (G80) GPU
    RAID-5 (3x500GB Maxtor HDD)
    2GB Crucial balistix mem @800

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    Moddified the Zalman waterblock to allow better flow rate (enlarged chanels, custom 13mm barbs), Built from scratch a transparent case, custom paint-job on metalic parts,custom cables.

    I've built this case in demand for a better cooling solution in a more useful form-factor case, more compact and with a cool look! I also provided a double DIN space for adding some automotive screen and/or ampliffier-equaliser, added support for a secondary PSU, mounted 2 rads (one heatercore from a scrap-yard and a 360mm watercooling rad), 2xDB-1 waterpumps noiseless! The monster is living on a tropical island, where the temps are exceeding 92 degree Fahrenheit(35 C) for about 8 months per year and is not exceeding 113 F (45 C) for CPU and 140F (60 C) on overclocked GPU!
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    its very original, like all the mods you put into it. one of my favs with the automotive key turn on switch. looks like a monster although your cables could use a little clean up maybe sleeving them atleast would look alot more pleasing, otherwise great job! 9/10 from me :D
  3. Keny_Robert_Keen

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    Thanks! As I said, is a work in progress! I still wait for that shrinking material to sleeve those cables but the post offices sux as always :D I also wanted blue leds on fans and got green on some :( To top it all, My Junkman PSU just died (550W rated) so I will get a Coolermaster with sleeved cables and real power ! The next case will be better for sure, a bit taller and using only one 480mm rad, PSUs on top and more drive-bays !
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    Hey man, great for been done from scratch. What fan controller is that, looks awesome.
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    Hehe, Zalman ZM-MFC2. is the coolest thing I found!
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    man, I just looked it up on the zalman site, its badass. Definitely on my upgrade list!!!! Thanks bro.
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    No problemo! The only con is that you have to remember where you put the sensors and fans!LOL I always get those numbers mixed out! Hahahaha! I'm thinking to add an 7 inch screen to this case too ;)
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    Chicken Patty WCG Moderator Staff Member

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    that'll be sweet. I'll try to write them down on something when I get it.

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