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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Steve, Mar 8, 2013.
what is that case^
its a parvum s1 if im not mistaken
wait til I am done with mine
its the Parvum S2.0 some differences to S1.0
ASrock P67 Extreme4 Gen3
i5 2500k OC 4.5ghz
SSD 256GB (for Windows 8)
SSD 128GB (for OS X 10.9)
16GB DDR-III 1333 ghz
GTX 780 WindForce OC (rev. 2.0)
Cooler Master Silencio 550
Two DELL S2340L
Waiting for the 2014 thread but here is what I'll be using for my next build.
Cooler Master "MZ-1" PC is a modified CM Storm Mid Tower. Posted video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtSy-OhVeG4
Time for a new thread Steve.
Workstations has been up since yesterday. The other shouldn't be long off.
New rig for 2014
Asus Rampage IV Black
32 Gb Corsair Dom Plat 1866
5x Intel 520 180gb
2x WD 1tb black
2x EVGA GTX 780TIs
Corsair Air 540 Case
All EK custom loop with 280 rad in front, 240 pe up top.
I am in love.
I am currently crying because of the beauty of that system. My god, it's so beautiful *sobs*
It is time for the 2014 thread!
the only thread I've seen for 2014 is for workstation. is there going to be a completely separate thread for rigs?
Lian Li Q06b, Asus p8z77-i deluxe, i7 2700k @ 4.8ghz, gtx670 @ 1250/7600
cpu: Megahalems + 2 gelid slim fans, gpu cooler - gelid icy vision
Album: https://picasaweb.google.com/ae1337/LianLiQ06bITX (32 photos)
10 random pics:
Hahaha, this looks ridiculously cool. It's like the parts are just bursting out of the tiny chassis. Anyone have examples of other mods like this?
It does look ridiculously cool. I think that is just the design of the case rather than a mod. Test-bench style.
Clean execution. Simple and effective coordination of parts.
Ps: Probably didn't need to quote 11 million pixels.
@Alpha736-this is the case. Made by Lian Li.
I would really like this case for my next build but can't find it anywhere online. Where did you buy it from?
private deal, found guy who bought it on ebay long time ago
1. The pictures are fantastic.
2. The cable management is stellar.
That is very constructive, "retarted looking".
As for nonfunctional, it results in fantastic temperatures, very quiet rig (fans run at absolute minimum even under full stress), and allows you to hide some stuff, that usually ruins looks of benchtables (such as psu, drivers, optical drive, fan controllers, and whole bunch of excessive wires).
Only function it fails at, is protecting pcb from dust, but using vacuum cleaner once a week, which I would use anyway, and having to clean such tiny surface, isn't really a big deal. My previous normal size case, where all hardware was inside, was actually actually building up lot more dust, since it was more difficult to access to clean it.
Some of these cases and setups blow my mind. I'm really looking forward to building something awesome like these!
Shitty tablet picture. Digi camera is someone else ATM.
R9 290 in crossfire
Asrock OC Formula
Good spot for the stickers. I never know what to do w/ them.
Does anyone know where I can still get one of these in the US? I see some for sale but they're across the pond. The placed I have emailed that sell them won't ship internationally. They seem to be discontinued at newegg and amazon.
Where do you see them across the pond? I live across the pond and am searching for one, too...
This one is in Wellington
This one is in New Zealand
Maybe you could proxy one for me
Haha okay we misunderstood each other. By "the" pond I thought you were referring to the Atlantic Ocean, not the Tasman Sea. So sorry, no proxy possibility (I'm in Europe)
Yeah my geography was a little off. Just looked it up and Wellington is IN New Zealand. I may try to get an aussie from another forum to pick one up for me or I might get that Lian Li Spider thing.
That is so badass. The idea of having my PC in my desk is awesome, but I don't think I would do the glass top. I would get too distracted by the awesome.
- megahalems into noctua c12p
- 6 and 8 pin cables routed on the gpu side
- custom made mobo vrm cover
^ Really like it, is that the Asus P8Z77 Deluxe Motherboard?
The monitors are pretty weak-sauce considering the build.
Your rigs look great though.