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Corsair Carbide MbK

Modcat

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#26
Amazed

Thanks Kier! :)

Saw your video about the RGB light got pretty much hypnotized even with the music you have added.

Insanity mod! :respect:
 
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#27


Update!!!
The story continues ;) This time with a upgrade with beautiful products from Corsair
Last week I received a great package with the products:

First 4 pieces of RAMs, the great Dominator Platinum

- 16GB Kit (4 x 4GB)
- Speed Rating PC3-15000 (1866MHz)
- SPD Speed 1333MHz
- Tested Speed 1866Mhz
- Tested Latency 9-10-9-27
- SPD Latency 9-9-9-24



Also with two sets of Light Bars

Dominator Platinum Light Bar Upgrade kit



The bars in two colors. will use the white ones in this build

And all necessary parts

Placed them...

And tested them.




Looks so much better then the previous RAMs.
Also I've received some fast Corsair Neutron GTX SSDs (120GB SATA 3 6Gb/s)



Max Random 4k Write - 84k IOPS
Interface SATA - 6Gb/s
DRAM Cache Memory - 128 MB
Power Consumption (active) 4.6W Max
Power Consumption (idle/standby/sleep) 0.6W Max
S.M.A.R.T. Support
Shock 1500 G
MTBF 2,000,000 hours


Also modded these by placing a window


After some sawing and filing...


The 3 windowed SSDs

To place this I've cut a piece of aluminum and bent

Made slots in it for SSD power and Sata + a hole for a fan controller

Will be placed like this

Made it black and installed everything




Everything still visible with the windows side panel

Because I had a different brand of PSU in it, Corsair had some questions about this and they decided to send me this nice Corsair PSU :)
The Corsair AX860i


Enough cables.

Unboxing

Always nice to get a PSU in a velvet pouch

The PSU

Fully Modular
Power - 860 Watts
80 Plus Platinum
ATX Connector - 1
EPS Connector - 2
PCI-E Connector - 6
4 Pin Peripheral Connector - 8
SATA Connector - 12
Floppy Connector - 2
MTBF 100,000 hours




Connections enough


Also in a bag, just unfortunately not velvet ... The cables:






And the Corsair Digital Link


Placed it

Cables "formed" a bit allready. This time I did not apply sleeve because the black wires looks very good as it is now.

Expanded the cover of the SSDs slightly to get a better appearance, so created a window for the part with the pump.



Placed 1 RGB strip above the SSDs

And the other side with the black cables


Tried to place everything as "clean" as possible and think it worked :)
Now testing, and ... the final photo shoot.
 
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#29
Nice Mod. Beautifully done. I want one...
 

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#30
Love it. The windowed SSD's turned out very nicely :)
 
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#31
Thanks you guys :toast:

Just a little update regarding some changes

Changed the fan controller: The Aquaero 5 Pro instead of the Lamptron controller





And now am working on a cover to hide some cables, but more on this later.



Changed the motherboard for a ASUS Sabertooth Z77









And put some liquid in again but first some close up pics from the Sabertooth





















More to come!!!
 

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#32
Awesome as always:toast:
 
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#33
:twitch: :respect:
 
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#34
Final Update!!!

To close this year with style I have made a final photo shoot of the Corsair Carbide made today.

Enjoy!!!









Small change is that I have used the space that was left for a custom HDD bracket and covered all cables which were in sight. Used the original top cover, cut through the middle and adjusted it.















Windowed side panel.





And shot a few pictures inside.























Special thanks goes to:





Best wishes and a Happy New Year my modding friends!!!