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Old 20-03-2012, 02:26 PM   #1
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Casemodding starts here..

"Enlarged" HAF windows.













$20 include sleeve, wires, new pins & connector as in the picture.

It require 16mm hole size & depth of minimum 42-43mm.

Just need to connect as per normal how you would connect a casing's power on/off switch & power led light.
Length of cable can be customized to shorter or much longer.




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Old 20-03-2012, 02:27 PM   #2
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TJ-07 sidepanel,





Sony vaio case. very rare sight from a european customer. back of case has a sticker that says made in czech republic.
Upgraded from old DualCore to Sandy.







cut a small squarish hole to put a LCD thermo probe for fun.




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Old 20-03-2012, 02:33 PM   #3
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all the differnt types of pins & connectors.. d.i.y repair. uh huh ! and they're all in B.L.A.C.K











3pin to 2x 3mm RED Led mod. made from scratch, wires, pin, exact length as customer's requirement.

UVNium's D.I.Y beats all commercially made by M.i.C workmanship



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another w.c rig @ by us. but upon leak testing. the darn rad is leaking like mad .. knn got to replace the rad. did'nt notice it when i was flushing clean the rad b4 installation.





first time w.c build that have leaky radiator, leaky fittings, leaky waterblock ... had to take the block apart, source for new seal. new fittings, new radiator. then finally it is up & no more leak ..







more fine mods..





nice customer, non fussy one, i do for you. mafan ones i only consider & consider.
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Old 20-03-2012, 02:38 PM   #5
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backache ...




when my manual cutting gets too close to the edge with jigsaw... broken blade.
lucky no torn flesh, streaming blood, lost "eeeye". that would mean the END OF MY CAREER. Fortunately, i've lots more experience now & has since never shed blood for long long time....

I try to provide the best reasonable price for modding jobs, even though there is absolutely NO competitor haha.. !!



very hard to cut ..


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Old 20-03-2012, 02:41 PM   #6
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HAF X nvidia edition ..




a CM case i dont know wat model but it has a full windows from the original above.


Corsair ..


Silverstone SG05 cabin windows mod. Really cute & looks like cabin windows from ships & planes.


stripping apart Silverstone TJ-11





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Damaged screw... fear not !! it is actually very easy to remove damaged screw. If you have a rotary cutting tool ( eg, dremel ). Use it to cut a line. ONE straight line on the screw. OR cut a + plus. And use a flat head screw driver to unscrew it out.

DO NOT DRILL A HOLE THROUGH, or you will risk enlarging the hole & damage the screw thread




.. always something new here. this is challenging.

Silverstone TJ-11 Full tower case. Built entirely of aluminium, piece together with only screws !! Yea, no rivets, no permanent joints. ALL srews !!

1 mth later, I managed to put them together without any left over screws unused Proabbly about 80-100 of about 10 different types of screws ( sizes, lengths & shapes )

Gold is 2k car paint & polished. This is a first test for a customer. The next TJ-11 will be more daring color.

I hope u all enjoy this one ....



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i always try to make each rig different here. never have a duplicate setup from me !!

Here's another 800D setup, dual loop. Simpler w.c than the red one. But more moddings like yours. with some .. "improvements" over yours .. hehe.



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me favourite case now. handsome & perfect for left side placement. Silverstone FT02, very nice as a naturally air cooled case.

i game one night with this customer's rig.. W.C not necessary on this one if you're not so extreme. cpu temp is good @ full load around 60-65c non air con. gpu full load @ around 65-70c non aircon. decent !!

and i dont' feel much difference using my old C2D + 460gtx fragging people..

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Asus Rampage 4 Formula + I7 3820 ( 2011 ) easily clocked to 4.7ghz !
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Noctua D14 cpu cooler
Silverstone FT-02 case
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Old 20-03-2012, 09:56 PM   #14
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Nice to see this mods..Keep them coming ! I once patronize from UVnium and the customer service was top-notch would recommend to those who wants to give a unique looks to ur DIYs.
Just to share, I initially wanted a cut on my CM Storm enforcer to slot in a fan and I think it was Gary that recommended me a different solution with better outcomes and now my casing is much cooler.
Highly recommend this place tons of screws and fans for DIY users.
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Wow all your jobs look damn nice!!
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