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Terminator Velox Project

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2014/12/11 13:49:29 (permalink)
After I won mod contest at Sacramento LANFest last month and decided to project log here to show everyone my work.
Also feel free to check out my new business name ultiamtemods.net and facebook too.
I want to say thanks to Digital Storm for awesome case! It's called Velox from Digital Storm and perfect design and size for
gaming and watercooling in middle size! Here's some picture before powder coating


After Chrome powder coating from local.




Here's all tools and stuffs for sleeves cable by LutroO buy from Mod Bunker

After done sleeving it


Do you notice I used speical cable sleeving motherboard connect split to 4 of 6 pci e connect, it is perfect because 980 offers 2 6 pci-e each card and I run sli so I only need is total 24 to connect with 24 motherboard connect to give some room in back!




Work on modding GeForce light sli bridge into chrome with Digital Storm logo
Before start modding it

Remove everything off from it then get ready for sanding!

After sand and polish


Add Digital Storm logo

I went to friend's place whose owns White Light Laser to order a PSU cover, and work together for design and plans for PSU cover.


Here's a beautiful PSU cover, thanks to White Light Laser from Mod Bunker!


Now here are the all parts being ready for assembly together!

And of course, it must have Water cooling set up!

All beautiful fitting form bitspower!

Got package for video card block from Bitspower!



After install block on video cards


Time to remove IHS off from 4790k with hammer method!

WOW very quick and easy, but be very careful and on your own risk!


Build to get all together, ready to put liquid coolant in!




Back of case and check the wiring!


After fill beauiful red Mayhem's Aurora coolant and at Lanfest!







Won Mod contest!

Back to home and enjoy my beautiful rig!


Also, I modded my monitor too by remove mattle film for best quality, here's a few pictures.






 
Thanks for looking and enjoy it!
Thanks to:



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    DSychev
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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2014/12/11 16:49:50 (permalink)
    Very nice rig man. Love the all custom stuff. Glad to see the 5x1 on NVidia worked out well for you. I was the guinea pig for that setup. Looks like we both know the same people.
     
    Curious to know what kind of displays you're using.
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    jordan23james
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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/02/18 20:39:00 (permalink)
    Here's a final picture













    Also on CPU Magazine Dec. 2014 pages 35 http://www.computerpoweru...owerUser/CP____1412__/

    Thanks for looking and hope you enjoy it, also Im start work on new project with x99 and 4 way gtx 980 coming soon!
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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/02/19 04:56:00 (permalink)
    Very nice!!!

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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/02/19 09:30:17 (permalink)
    Did you put the waterblock straight on top of your delidded i7-4790k?  If so was there anything special you had to do?

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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/02/19 09:44:05 (permalink)
    That is just one awesome rig!

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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/02/19 16:17:56 (permalink)
    Wow what a beautiful build! love the chrome powder coating, has given me an idea for my 900d. Just beautiful!
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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/02/19 23:39:57 (permalink)
    ledzppln6
    Did you put the waterblock straight on top of your delidded i7-4790k?  If so was there anything special you had to do?


    http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Editorial/Delidding-your-Intel-Haswell-CPU This may help too.

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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/02/19 23:49:22 (permalink)
    Looks fantastic! Really like the color scheme with the chrome powder. For some reason some of the pics may not do it justice as it doesn't show the chrome finish as well as in the build pics. Awesome mods! So I'm wondering what's in the res it looks like coffee beans :P A video of your system would be great I bet! Super nice job!
     
    Nice man cave too!
     

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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/07/24 17:52:06 (permalink)
    Wow !!!   You did a really great job and thought it out way in advance !  This must not be your first WC build ?   

     
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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/08/08 00:12:48 (permalink)
    Looks like you put some time into it. Looks great.          

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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/08/08 05:50:33 (permalink)
    That came out very nice. Congrats.
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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2015/08/12 01:57:51 (permalink)
    Very nicely done! Great looking build, thanks for sharing. :)
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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2017/02/03 01:57:48 (permalink)
    Two years have passed and I'm wondering, is there any chance to buy this? I would like it in my collection :D
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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2017/02/03 03:34:50 (permalink)
    asalo
    Two years have passed and I'm wondering, is there any chance to buy this? I would like it in my collection :D


    You only have 1 post so you may not be able to send a PM to anyone yet. However, I will send a PM on your behalf to the OP. 

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    Re: Terminator Velox Project 2017/02/03 19:40:14 (permalink)
    asalo
    Two years have passed and I'm wondering, is there any chance to buy this? I would like it in my collection :D




    Thanks for your interested, but I took parts out and only have case itself with watercooling system. I can rebuild with newest parts if you want, contact me thru here https://www.facebook.com/...-Mods-324978974341975/
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