Rey - A Star Wars Project

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June 16th 2020
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Key Features:
Intel CPU NVIDIA Graphics Custom Paint Job Water-cooled
System Specs:
  • Intel Core i5 9700k
  • ASUS Strix RTX 2070 Super
  • ASUS Z390-F Strix
  • Corsair 510 N.2 SSD 256GB
  • Corsair 500D
  • Corsair HX850i
  • Corsair LL120 x6
  • Corsair watercooling
Performed Mods:
Custom paint Fabric front and top panel Custom cables Custom made aluminium panels Custom bent chromed copper piping removed anodizing and brushed aluminium on outer panels
Sponsors:
  • Corsair
Hello enthusiasts! I would like to present a project that I have created with Corsair. This project has been made with the idea to put the protagonist of the last three films, Rey, as the main focus for this build. There have been a million computers built in the past with the theme of Star Wars. This is not so strange considering the massive scope of the franchise. My mod features custom panels which are covered in the same material as the clothing that Rey wears on screen. The chassis has a custom paint job in a light grey paint, and matte clear coat. The GPU waterblock and backplate has been stripped of the black anodizing, with some parts being brushed and gloss clear coated. A leather belt was made for the front panel with it being held in place with pop-rivets. The buckle is made from aluminium. The buckle has been bent 180° on 2 ends which wraps around the belt, and holds it in place. The top panel has been cut away to allow more airflow, and also show the fans off. I used chromed copper for the water cooling piping as it lends to the sci-fi nature that the SW world is set in.
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