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[Case Gallery] The Lethal Weapon

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Sassanou, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. Sassanou

    Sassanou

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    - Cooler Master Storm SCOUT II
    - Asus Sabertooth P67
    - I3 2130 + WB ek full nickel acetal
    - GTX 295 + WB koolance
    - 8go DDR3 corsair platinium
    - Be quiet dark power pro
    - SSD Ocz octane 128go
    - watercooling with aluminium hard tubbing

    Mods:
    I've made a full inside case covering with aluminium, a hard tubbing with aluminium pipe, there is a custom paint, the res is fixed on the top of the case, there is full sleeving.

    This Mod was not made in order to have max perf, it's juste a "style exercise" and I hope you will love it ;)
     
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  2. seinron New Member

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    Just amazing !!!
     
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    Oh, Aluminum...What is Coolant?
     
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    dayum!!! 10/10 from me!
     
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    X-ZONE Lazu New Member

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    It is a beautiful rig

    I think thin aluminum water-cooled computer but it would be dangerous
     
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    Mixing copper and aluminium in a waterloop is a bad idea. Your work is clean, excellent ! But your loop is going to end up with alot of corrosion in it.
     
  7. Sassanou

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    Hello !

    Thank for your comments ;)

    I make a precision, there is NO PROBLEM to mix sort of materials using liquid design for cars.

    In your cars, there is many sort of kind of iron used (aluminium for motors, copper for radiator, etc) and no problem, this is just the choice of the water who is imortant ;)
     
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    Yeah, if you use a good anti-corrosive fluid you wont see any issues probably...
     
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    Wouhaouuu 10/10 for me
     
  10. Pimphare New Member

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    Nice work!

    This build is sick! I love the industrial look. I hope to have a build as clean as this one day.
     

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