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[Case Gallery] Project 19 rev2

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by kevindb1234, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. kevindb1234 New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    i5 2500k
    samsung 128g ssd
    2 1tb wd hdd
    asus p8z68v-pro mb
    xfx 1050 psu

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    lighting fans panels paint window still working waiting on a gpu for cross fire little at a time.

    cosmos II on air lapped cpu and heatsink running 19c at idle have'nt broke 50c on good ol air, want to water cool but its so expensive and i dont know if i can beat the numbers im getting.
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    this brought a smile to my face. im in aweee. i love the carbon fiber touch, and that case is number 1 on my list.
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    Its just... So clean!
    Did you mount the PSU in the drive bay behind the carbon fibre?
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    It looks really nice, super well done. 9/10!
    Crunching for Team TPU 5 Million points folded for TPU
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    its a Cosmos S case, notice how big the case is, its on the bottom if you didnt notice, under that mirror panel that he put in
  6. kevindb1234 New Member

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    project 19

    no its in the normal spot thanks for the vote and the comment.
  7. kevindb1234 New Member

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    sorry its a cosmos 2
  8. kevindb1234 New Member

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    thank you for explaining that and you are correct.
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    slick! how often do you clean it
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    It's extremely clean and neat - nice job with the drive bays!
  11. kevindb1234 New Member

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    project 19 rev 2

    once a week or so thanks for comment
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    project 19 rev 2

    thank you.
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    I voted 5/10 because:

    this is normal
    cannot see any special modding there
  14. kevindb1234 New Member

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    shroudless fans panel work sleeving no wire seen ect.. look
  15. kevindb1234 New Member

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    guess i should have turned it to a toaster
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    Nice Case and I see allot of Modding done on it , was there a Work Log on this case for me to Check out.
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    no work log sorry i did it in such small increments never thought it would turn out as well as it did but thank you.
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    Nice build, very clean!
  19. kevindb1234 New Member

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    thank you
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    Well its not to late , atleast you know how it turns out. How much of a Pain was it to do the Window in the side panel
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    project 19 rev 2

    well it was a real pain with all the plastic but now ive done it once second time would be easy it is a pain in the rear i still need to do some finish work on inside of door i will get to it soon i hope.

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