Ice Blue

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January 1st 2021
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Key Features:
AMD CPU AMD Graphics Custom Paint Job Water-cooled
Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YczV4VCDHKk
This modder's other projects:
System Specs:
  • MSI B450 Gaming Plus MAX
  • AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 Ghz
  • Kingston A2000 M.2 500GB PCI Express 3.0 NVMe
  • Sapphire Radeon RX 590
  • G.Skill FlareX DDR4 3200 PC4-25600 16GB 2x8GB CL14
  • NZXT H510 Tempered Glass USB 3.1 Matte White
  • Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120L RGB
  • Cooler Master Masterfan MF120R ARGB Pack 3 + Control
  • Cooler Master V750 V2 750W 80 Plus Gold Modular
  • Asus PCE-AC51 Wireless PCI-e AC750 Adapter
Performed Mods:
Cut the front to add black painted stainless steel mesh. Paint the bottom edge of the glass like the rest of the edges.
Special Tools Used:
  • Grinder,
  • drill,
  • shear,
  • glue,
  • paint,
Time Spent:
10 hours.
Sponsors:
  • His mom.
The pc case is cool but it doesn't breathe. It would be easy for it to come from the factory like that. The thermals improve a lot. It's for my grandson. Happy new year.
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5 Comments on Ice Blue

#1
Jrosie
I’m looking to do a mod to the h510 similar to this, so I was just wonder if I could have the measurements for the cut.
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#2
pcminirace
Jrosie
I’m looking to do a mod to the h510 similar to this, so I was just wonder if I could have the measurements for the cut.
I'm sorry to tell you that I didn't draw plans for the mod. Although I uploaded it this year, the manufacture is from 2019. Take a tape measure, remove the glass from the case, measure up to where the screws of the upper 120 mm fan start. Transfer the measurement to the outside and mark. Add 120mm to the side and mark. Count down 240mm and mark. Another 120 to the side and mark. I don't remember how much I cut the steel mesh, but I hardly fit through the side, so try 135 x 255 for a 120 x 240 hole. Or rather, cut the mesh first and try to fit it before cutting. I suggest you drill the corners of the hole before cutting the front. I cut it with a grinder. I glued the mesh with pattex after painting it with black spray. Inside I smoothed the glue and painted it with a marker. As the glass does not have the lower edge painted, I covered it and painted with black spray so that the LEDs do not dazzle. When I tell you to drill the corners before cutting, you tuck in 5mm diagonally from the corners and punch marks. Drill with a progressive drill down to the lines, it's easier. Protect the entire interior from cutting sparks and clean iron dust well after cutting. Remove the burrs with a file and leave it smooth. Luck, sight and to the bull.
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#3
SadisticWaifu
It really looks nice, happy to see a finished project(:
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#4
pcminirace
Debes proteger todo el interior de la caja de las chispas del corte y limpiar bien el polvo de hierro a continuación. No recomiendo la sierra de calar porque si se atrapa tienes que tirar la caja a la basura. Los modelos H400 y H200 / H210 funcionan mejor ya que el frente se puede quitar de la carcasa. Cuando te digo que taladres las esquinas, mete 5 mm en diagonal desde el ángulo de corte y lo golpeas con un puñetazo. Te sugiero que taladres con un poco de progresivo.
SadisticWaifu
Realmente se ve bien, feliz de ver un proyecto terminado.:)
Thanks
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#5
pcminirace
Jrosie
I’m looking to do a mod to the h510 similar to this, so I was just wonder if I could have the measurements for the cut.
I think I remember that I prepared the case so that the mesh would fit 140mm fans. I made the hole for the mesh 140x280 and the mesh hardly entered through the interior of the case. In addition, when putting 120 mm fans there is a lot of free space. If you are not going to install 140mm fans, I suggest you make the hole smaller.
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