Hello everybody i just started working on this project ..dont have a good name for it yet and dont know if im going to keep the EVGA fan boy look but it what im using now.Past couple days ive been designing this case im going to make all the inside compnents too i started the motherboard and blue ray disk already and some of the watercooling...
This is problabley 50 % percent complete and still very much in intial design stages
All the work was done and designed by me and im doing this all by eye so i havent measure a thing so please dont comment and say " hey the resistor on the motherboard looks like it a little big" hahaha
Also if you have nothing productive to say don't say it please i designed the case and love feedback and suggestions but ill let "the haters hate" but keep it to yourself haha.
Remeber this is very pre-design and at 50 percent and is missing major pieces which will come.. i want to do sort of a work log ..
well i start some info first
Full ATX Tower
Some pre-Design features.
“EVGA” based Design With Black steel case /acrylic compartments/Green accents/Carbon Fiber /Perforated metal (“modder’s mesh” accents)
Dual pump acrylic housing
Built in Fan shroud with laser-etched LED logo
See through Acrylic top
Built in LED lit EVGA Reservoirs
Acrylic “SLi” located on the main Floor lit up by LED
Dual Loop Water cooling
CPU: 1 quad and 1 single
GPU: 1 quad and 1 single
Dual “EVGA” reservoirs built into case
Dual Swiftech MCP 655 w/ Bitspower Chrome Mod kit housed into case with acryclic.
Each pump individual pumps fluid from “EVGA” Resevoir intone of the two 120mm Feser-X Radiators which are cooled by 140 mm fans with built in acrylic shroud.
This dissipates the heat from the pump from here the loop will go into the “Swiftech Apogee GTZ” and through the Chipset waterblocks.
From the 120mm Feser it will go into the tri-GTX 280 HC SLI
From both of these loops will go into a quad Feser-X located on the bottom of the case back into reservoir.
The bottom quads will be placed on the sides facing each other .Fans from both sides will push sir through them and in between the two radiators…. then a fan located on the right will push the exhaust air away from the rads and out the case.
Wire Management system- codename….“Night Shift Manager”
Each of the cases corners has a small door that opens to reveal the wire-management system. From here the Motherboard is placed on an extruded surface that will be able to detach from the case to make it easier for your motherboard to be set up. There is a led placed behind it that will make the edges have a slight glow….The reason for the mother board to be extruded… is that behind it and on the sides there is a series of openings are set back away from the mobo to allow the cables from the power supply from the bottom to discretely go through you whole case and only been seen where it is connected onto the motherboard. There are two rounded extrusions on the side of the case that are hollow and have a series of small openings to allow any extra wiring not being used to be hidden.
There is a space between the back of the expansion slots and audio/video inputs in the back .The reason for this because it is an enclosed area which is enclosed by a door. The cables will run out from the bottom of it. On the very bottom the a vent to allow the top mounted fan to push any exhaust air escaping out of the case this will make sure no hot air from the power supply will back draft back into your case….
Wire management with door off