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|Processor||Intel i7 2600K|
|Motherboard||Asus Sabertooth P67|
|Video Card(s)||Dual EVGA GTX 560Ti|
|Storage||2x SATA3 1TB Western Digital, 1x SATA3 320GB Wester Digital|
|Display(s)||Dual 22" Chimei|
|Case||HAF X Modded|
|Audio Device(s)||Onboard FTW!|
|Power Supply||Corsair 750W|
|Software||Windows 7 Professional 64-bit|
Time for a good Steampunk mod. And what better case to use than the awesome Silverstone TJ11!
Big shutout to my sponsors!!
Performance-PCs is providing me with the BP mod kits, 240 and 360 rads and the Silverstone slim DVD bay.
EKWB is providing me with a EK-Multioption 250 Res and 90 degree fittings.
Mobo: Asus Sabertooth P67
CPU: Intel i5 2500K
RAM: 16GB Corsair Dominator 1333
SSD: Curcial M4 128 GB
PSU: Silverstone Strider 1200W
Fan Controller: Lamptron FC10
Another 360 rad
EK-Multioption 150 or 250
EK-MOSFET Sabertooth P67
2x XSPC 120mm radiator stand
Yellow SMD LED Strips
Yellow LED bulbs
Sophisticated Finishes Rust Effect Kit
Old Vacuum Tubes
Lets start working! The first thing I did was do some testing with LEDs in the Vacuum tubes. Here is what they look like with an Orange LED in them. Orange is not the final color, yellow is but at the time I didn't have the Yellow LEDs in yet.
Next up was to see how the rust effect paint would workout. First lets try some fan grills.
Primer and Iron paint
Since that test was successful I thought I should try an actual piece of the case. The dual PSU bracket seemed like a good test subject.
And the result
I am very confident in the results so I started doing more, but that's in the next update. Stay tuned by subscribing so you can see all the updates!
Cheers till then,