Inwin Tou2.0 build (Mandy, the mistress)

Discussion in 'Modding Worklogs' started by SYF_Karma, May 14, 2017.

  1. SYF_Karma

    SYF_Karma Member

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    Hi guys,*

    Long time between drinks, I'm still around still doing mods, just have way less time to be online these days.

    Just thought I would share with you the wild ride of a week of afternoons putting together a build for Inwin. It was for a media event here in Aus, so time was a little tight (when isnt it).*

    Everything i did along the way was out of order.*
    Having to wire the entire build, before putting covers in, and then having the water lines over that meant the process was a little, interesting....

    A big thank you to Asus, EK Waterblocks and Inwin for the support
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    It all began with a covered box and a guessing game
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    First Look inside
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    Finally out of the box
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    Dont get too keen
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    And there she is, wowsers
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    Turns out you can be cheeky with reflections
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    Day 1 light test
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    The Asus core of this build
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    EK Waterblocks <3
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    Little bit of storage
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    Making sure it runs :)
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    The real fun begins
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    Test fit 1/304949
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    The only badge that matters*
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    Playing with the colour palette
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    Experimenting with routing 1
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    Experimenting with routing 2
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    Playing with different mounting options, sadly this didnt fit :(
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    More fitment testing
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    Can i fit these here, yes!!!
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    Playing with mounting and clearances, mod required
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    Potential solution
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    MB Tray in place
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    MB tray and midplate in place, begin toying with tubing
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    To cover the midplate or not
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    Prepping for a photo to digitise the pattern on top cover, this will make sense soon
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    Playing with rear cover concept
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    Rear cover test fit
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    Rear cover windowed
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    Rear cover installed
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    Begin detailing
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    Realisation that photos are going to be tough
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    The core shot, almost there
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    Lighting test
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    Thanks for staying with me til the end, see you on the next project

    Karma
     
    Last edited: Jun 26, 2017
  2. BigDave

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    Sexy as usual mate :thumbup::thumbup::cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:
     
  3. Smoothie

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    A piece of art, bro..
     
  4. havabeer

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    freakin awesome


    how does the case go with as some people say beig a "finger print magnet"

    i have 1 piece of glass on my case and i can for ever see everytime i've touched it and haven't cleaned it down properly
     
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    SYF_Karma

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    thanks

    thanks

    its not too bad, it is glass but i've found a quick wipe with a microfibre removes any touchy marks :)
     

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