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    Hello modders, after the paper comes the aluminium. The top and the front with base in rehearsal:D:D, so far so good.
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    News for today,
    Presenting my first sponsor, EKWB with great stuff :rockout::rockout::rockout:,
    My many thanks for Peter and his team for sending me the following cool products:

    1 - EK-RAM Monarch X4 - Acetal + Nickel CSQ
    2 - EK-RAM Monarch module black
    1 - EK-Coolstream XTX 360 radiator
    1 - EK-Supremacy CSQ- Acetal+ Nickel
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    Looks massive and dangerous :rockout:
     
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    Hi guys, need help how to post a properly banner of my sponsor, thanks in advance.
     
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    Thanks mate:toast:
     
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    subbed! AWESOME work! :toast:
     
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Thanks adulaamin:toast:
     
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    Awesome :clap:


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    Thanks mate:cool:
     
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    Hi there, before the 14 year:toast::toast: arrives here is an update, with the lateral fronts with acrylic and also the slim drive for playing the first diablo:D( later, much much later).
    The rear part is to be replaced.
    For now on it will be rush time, there are to many things to do until deadline:banghead::banghead::banghead:.
    By the way this case is for the Cooler Master 2013 Casemod Competition.
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    Hi modders:toast:,
    Un update for the day,
    The rear and center parts and some hardware from graveyard to see how it looks:D
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    I am not knocking your craftsmanship. I don't think I could ever do something like this. But that case design is ugly as hell. I know, to each his own.
     
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    It would be suspicious if I agree with you, people started asking questions and I'd be in big trouble, then came a troll claim my work and that´s not good for me because I´m really doing it. LOL:D:D:D:D:D.
     
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    I think I understand what you said... Looking forward to finished product.
     
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    Good news:toast:, for today a small update,
    Improved motherboard screws.
    Before, screws screwed:mad:, one gets away,
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    The new one, before and after worked,
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    There it is the fugitive,
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    And there shall be two eyes so we can look inside and see beast soul.
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    Hello everyone, an update for today, the side doors.
    After losing a week in idleness, too, because I was waiting for the glass to be able to continue the work.
    Another issue is the fact that I have delayed ordering the connectors, as they only arrived in March I gave up the order ,and so my work grows more than expected.

    The two doors already with glasses on.
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    Small detail of labor with drill, jigsaw and a bit of sanding,
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    Fixing with brass,
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    Small adventure making fittings, true will come at leak test,
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    After spending more than 40 hours on the doors since the last post, in order to reduce working hours I'm going to need a machine for cutting/drilling/router type linear machining, apart from the fact that I am satisfied with the work and labor, I also need idle time to muster weird stuff.
    That's all for now.
     
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    Hello modders, it's been a while.
    For today I bring the underside that will accommodate deposits and the hinge system.
    The painting has given me a lot of work because I haven't been able to get the right color and it's one of the things that I do not understand almost nothing.
    Despite the problems that have arisen the good news are the dimensions of the case, which will replace the 331, fits under the desk.
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    Hello everyone, today I bring to you another update, this time the doors are already in the right place and functioning properly, the solution was to pull the shaft to the top, and to complicate, the situation got better. The lower area of the box looked like a ferry boat was crafted in front for the moment, and getting the box mounted until it gets well, also some accidents of course the ink level.
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    Until next update.
     
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    Lookin good!
     
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    Thanks bro.
     
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    Hello modders, for today I bring another update, the front renewed with the DVD drive in the top position in order to avoid conflicts with the door. The last outside part was the easiest to carry out and the next step will be to dismantle everything, sanding and painting. Inside the box left to do the power supply and access to deposits caps.
    By now are these photos, I'm sorry to have taken so long to get here.
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    See you later.

     
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    I don't like that you changed the looks of the front of the case. IMO that's what made this case look so great. Maybe you could have moved the optical drive in the bottom box.
    Is the side window were all the cable management and PSU will be stay clear or you will slightly tint it?
     
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    Look, it seems to me that I still can't get a consensus on the part of the community but also and contrary to what it may seem I'm not reinventing the wheel, I just wanted to make a new front without having to sacrifice the airflow to the radiator fans.The drive stays where it is, there has to be some piece connected to the three screws and so follows the rhythm of the previous version.
     
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    Wow man congratulations !! I love it !!

    Bad as hell this can be a KILLER BUILD for the Asus ROG themed case.

    Rally you do an outstanding job, build from scratch.

    Incredible !!

    THIS MAKES FEAR !!

    Love it !!
     
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