Sleeving Part 2

And here the second part of sleeving the PSU. Had to shorten each wire for this build. Temporary using clips to keep them in order. And an extra panel for the PSU. Testing the PSU. In place And some testing with the lighting .. 🙂

In this video I unpacked and showed the sleeving goodies I ordered for this system. Next video will show a build update again.

Hello to each and every one of you!! I would like to show you my progress on one of the key features of my modding project which is still unnamed, starring the Define S chassis from Fractal Design. This key feature I would like to show my work up to this day is this custom made motherboard panel, which houses the motherboard rotated at a 90degree angle as compared to the normal orientation. This motherboard panel also features a wooden trim and MetallicAcid logo carved out by hand into the aluminium, which will highlight the wood which will be glued…

Hello everyone, ASRock Z97 Extrem 9 completed with chrome/mirror dissipator : And to continue, first step of tubing 😉 : I wish all a wonderful end-of-year celebration and a well-deserved break. Kind regards, XTSX @ Thomas Scherrer

Hello guys!! This week show the INNO3D GTX 980 Ti with the block from EK courtesy of DOC micro gently. Many thanks to all who are following this event and to all the sponsors          

Hey guys ! Little customisation of Thermaltake Riing fan done ! They are in harmony with the case now. And because the detail makes the modding :

Hello everyone. This week will show the pieces Water Cooler that I will use in the project. Many thanks to Doc Micro the excellent products shipped.                

Since the D-Frame mini is quite small I also had to shorten all cables. First the CPU power connector. Heatshrinkless. And the GPU power cables.

I have now added all custom panels to the case and I am discussing where to go from here.

Hey guys, A new wooden dressing panel has been cut and installed on the original front panel of the Define S from Fractal Design. I love the look of this oak wooden panel which has been flame treated. This panel was recycled from an old table from my workplace. I hope that you all like the results. More panelling will be used for details inside the chassis later on, so keep checking back for more updates!   With warm regards, Justin “MetallicAcid” Ohlsen