NOTE: To see the lights in motion and to see some of the patterns, check out this gif: https://i.imgur.com/VwXnH5m.gifv
This is my third 3D printed computer case but my 14th mod over the years. This projects goal was to make a wall mounted case while also getting a little bit of RGB in there :). It took about 7 rolls of plastic (3D Solutech) on my 3D printer (Anycubic Chiron) and about 3 weeks of printing. The wiring process for all the LEDs took a decent chunk of time. Considering I accidentally sent 12v into them instead of 5v and fried them, I was a bit dismayed when I had to gut the lights and re-wire new ones in. But, I prevailed and here we are! Let me know what you guys think! Hope you like it!
If you would like to see how it was built I have a photo album here: https://imgur.com/a/3rfBelP
This thing been going great and taking OC really well on my current setup.
I really like this! It has a LCD screen on the cooler so you can put your own images on it. I threw my own gifs on the screen and its just awesome to see it in person. It also does real well with the overclocking on the cpu.
You don't see many motherboards with white on it and while also performing pretty great! So far its been a champ and goes well with the mod color scheme.
This has been very solid with no issues so far. The design on it is awesome and unique.
Tried and true, this doesn't disappoint. this is my second mod that uses one of these and they have been very good.
First time using one of these and its been solid. Its a lot smaller than I expected!
This thing is a beast :D. Been using it on Apex Legends and its handling it marvelously.
As expected its a monster and handles all the computer parts and LEDs. The lcd screen that shows how much wattage it uses is pretty neat.