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    Default Re: Project: DOOM - ZenModz

    Hi everyone.

    One update till Sunday.




    Thanks for stopping by.

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    Love it!

    The power button needs something though. Maybe a bloody fingerprint or some rust, but something.

    Outstanding work!
    "...Dumb all over, A little ugly on the side... "...Frank Zappa...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airbozo View Post
    Love it!

    The power button needs something though. Maybe a bloody fingerprint or some rust, but something.

    Outstanding work!
    Thanks Airbozo, it will look better soon.



    Doom PC still going strong,


    Received some Very sweet looking cables from modGuru and made some small changes to them to match the inside of the build.



    Added a grill the the top of the case.






    Now painted




    I have also finished off the back side panel to help make it blend into the case.











    After adding some more weathering to the side panel I think it now just works with the rest of the case.




    Thanks Again for stopping by.

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    Hi, It update time again and I'm sure some of you are keen to know what the inside of the Doom case is starting to look like, So say no more!

    ASUS 970 GTX Being changed over to water. Thanks to Bitspower







    Ok here is the photo's you been waiting for.

    Tubing and floor plates for the case and GPU.I will still be adding more to the plates.



    2x140 Coolermaster fans get a new look for the top 280 rad.



    This should give you some idea as to the look of the inside of the Doom case. And before someone asks why there is one the tubes running across the center, When the side panel in on the pipe can be seen sitting just above the two top windows from the outside of the case. will add some photos of that tomorrow.












    Hope you all like it. Thanks again for stopping by.

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    Default Re: Project: DOOM - ZenModz

    Great update!
    "...Dumb all over, A little ugly on the side... "...Frank Zappa...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airbozo View Post
    Great update!
    Thanks Airbozo.

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    Hi Main Doom door, It's small for a door and need a bit more detailing but It's a Door. Plus I finished off part of the lift. and the side windows show some of the cooling inside.














    Thanks again for stopping by and having a look.

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    Wow!! This is really something special!! The attention to detail is incredible.
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    Now, off to the basement to do some fiddling with the rods and such.
    so far left of center i'm in right field

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    Thanks msmrx57.

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    Default Re: Project: DOOM - ZenModz

    Hi every one,


    The Doom build is just about done, Just some small details to go.

    Sadly there will be no cooling fluid added to the build for some time to come as I don't have a CPU for the build yet.





















    Thanks again for stopping by.

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