G-Beast 10-1-13

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October 1st 2018
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Poor (3.4)
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Key Features:
Custom Paint Job
System Specs:
  • Chases - DIYPC Skyline-06-WB Black SECC ATX Full Tower
  • MoBo - GIGABYTE GA-970A-DS3P (rev. 2.0) AM3+
  • CPU - AMD FX-8350 8 Core 4.0 GHz(4.2 Turbo) AM3+
  • GPU- MSI GeForce GTX 960 4GD5T OC 4GB 128-Bit
  • RAM - G.Skill Ares Series 8GB(x2) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM 2400 (PC3 19200) + G.Skill 2GB(x2) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM 1600 (PC3 12800)
  • HDD- Seagate 1TB Barracuda 7200 RMP Sata 6GB/s 64MB Cache
  • PSU - Cool Power 600W 12CM PCI-E Sata 20+4-Pin ATX 4-Pin EPS
Performed Mods:
Painted the front and top panel grills blue from black. Attached custom cut and painted acrylic side panel. Applied custom logo vinyl to side panel.
Time Spent:
Maybe a total of 8 hours.
This is not a components show off by ANY means. This is rather going to be the development log of my case modding. From simple little mods to more complicated and flashy mods. Please keep in mind I am very limited in my resources, and everything is done without any kits.
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3 Comments on G-Beast 10-1-13

#1
jaw shwaa
I never did like side panels with fans on them..good job on the mod so far man, you would be surprised what you can pull off on a budget , so keep getting creative.
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#2
kingbugz
jaw shwaa
I never did like side panels with fans on them..good job on the mod so far man, you would be surprised what you can pull off on a budget , so keep getting creative.
Thank you, The old side panel I did add the fan myself, but after breaking my acrylic(doubt that it was REALLY acrylic) I decided for a whole new look.
I do plan on making some sort of cover for my PSU's wires to hide them from where they go under my MoBo. Along with fitting an extension to the back of the case for more wire management room.
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#3
Prophet_38[17]
Voted 2 because I feel like this case is Generic, maybe some decals, logos?
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