The stock Cooler Master H100 "Baby" case is the base of the build but since the dimensions of the GPU outgrown the case I have to mod it too by adding 100mm to it. I build the 280 radiator to the lower wooden frame and replace one of the fans with the PSU which fan will cool the radiator too. I place the H100 case on top of this. I combine these two parts with 2 special clamps.
Toilet Ultimate Force
This build resemles a modern toilet, patent pending. 1:1 scale, and of course liquid cooled. The steel frame is covered with perforated and polished aluminum panels, this is the base and contains the radiator. The bowl itself is RGB lit, 52 layers of polycarbonate and pressed wood. Inside it is the motherboard and the PSU. Hours in the making: 700+
MB Project 2.0
PC, coffee table, wine holder. All this made of a V8 Mercedes Benz engine. The components are cooled without any radiator, with the help of the engine’s cooling zones. The cooling circuit volume is 3.5 liters. The top is a 700×700 folding glass with Mercedes logo engraving. Weighs 72kg. Hours in the making: 1000+
This case is made of two 18″ aluminum rims welded together, with a 285/30R18 Michelin rubber mounted. The tyre is inflated with air on the 12,5” wide dial. There are 2 glass shelves inside, holding the components. This system features air cooling. Weighs about 40kg. Hours in the making: 600+
My first casecon. The base is a 23” Antera aluminum rim for Range Rover. The components are mounted on a 10mm thick, 620mm diameter glass. The ODD is in the middle and opens with the wheel cap. The interior lighting came to life with blue UV neon and blue sleeved cables. Weighs about 40kg. Hours in the making: 500+ DCMM 2nd place by audience.