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Old 05-31-2009, 01:07 PM   #121 (permalink)
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Holy shnikey, that is a bad *** case!

You rule dude.
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Old 06-05-2009, 01:06 PM   #122 (permalink)
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I've been a huge fan of Thermalright since the release of their XP-120 Heat sink. I would preach that heat sink paired with the 120mm Panaflo L1A


I've been deep in product developement from mnpctech over the past week, so Wolfy project was on the side line till the Radeon shroud arrived from Nate.

I've always wanted to have a kick *** mural airbrushed onto a gpu shroud. I love it when Modders go beyond the viewer's expectations. Add those small details you have to look hard to find. This imho is what makes the best mods!



Using Red Scotch brite to scuff the plastic


Using "SEM brand" Black Flexible primer for plastics


Applied Krylon Flat Black Enamel





What will be airbrushed on the shroud. .....stay tuned!
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That looks awesome.

By the way. the Panzerbox is on newegg!

$120 + 20 bucks for shipping, but still. Awesome.

Newegg.com - NZXT CS-NT-PANZER-B Black Aluminum ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Computer Cases
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Old 06-05-2009, 10:49 PM   #124 (permalink)
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Great, Thanks for the heads up!

Brad wants to airbrush something inspired by the "Tesla" weapon blueprint on the shroud.

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Ok, another big announcement!



We are pleased to announce that Thermalright is sponsoring the Project Panzerbox Mod! They are providing us with one of their high quality CPU heat sinks & fan.


Ultra 120 Extreme Revision A (AMD CPU Version)





This is a stock photo, some of the accesories might be different for the AMD version.



Thank you Thermalright!
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What you're doing with that shroud is a really cool idea and you are right, it is those little details that make it go beyond. Nice work can't wait to see what the shroud ends up like!
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Speaking of Thermalright, heres what my favorite Thermalright HSF combo was for a long time. This one was from Harley Davidson PC back in 2005

Thermalright XP-120 & LGA775 retention bracket for socket 478


120mm Panaflo L1A Fan (with orange sleeving)


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The gpu is looking good already . The heatsink and fan combo looks really cool, can't wait to see more updates .
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Old 06-07-2009, 07:37 PM   #129 (permalink)
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Thanks for the comment! Brad made a vinyl stencil of the Tesla gun from the Blueprint drawing in Wolfenstein. The gun will be airbrushed with Black & White.



Using Exacto knife to remove sections of the Tesla gun




Airbrushing sections of the Tesla gun with White
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Wow, that gun looks insane! Should look amazing on the gpu shroud.
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