Modding

Project L3peau By Peter Brands

About this mod / project:

The first time when I saw the In Win D-Frame I thought … Liquidcooling! Tubing! More than a year later I got invited for the LDLC Modding Trophy to work with In Win and Bequiet, I felt so honored! Also very excited because I could finally see what could be done with the D-Frame Mini. My goal was to actually use the frame as a reservoir for the pc inside. With this mod I tried to use as many as possible easy tools like a jigsaw, handsaw, file, sandpaper, drill and described it in the logs so anyone could actually do this at home. The most challenging part of this mod for me was figuring out which parts to keep and to cut from the original frame to keep it solid but functional and … filling it. Next to that I also customised the D-Frame, power supply and SSD with UV blue acrylic, custom length and sleeved power supply cables and braided main power cable. Also polished all acrylic panels and the GPU block to see the liquid flowing through the GPU which I gave another position by using a PCI-e extender.


Hardware:

Case: In Win D-Frame Mini black
CPU: Intel i7 4790K
Motherboard: ASRock Z97 E-ITX/ac
GPU: Inno3D iChill GTX 980 Ti X3 Air Boss Ultra 6GB
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws X 2 x 8GB 1600Mhz
Storage: Samsung SSD 850 PRO 512GB
Power: Be Quiet ! Straight Power 10 600W CM
Cooling / Accessories:

LiHeat 25cm Pci-e Extender
Bitspower Multi-Link Adapter C47
Bitspower G1/4 Q-Block Plus
Bitspower G1/4 Stop Fitting
CoolForce/Nanoxia cableclips & LED strips
EK CoolStream PE 240
EK SUPREMACY EVO – Nickel / Plexi (Original CSQ)
EK-FC TITAN X – Nickel / Plexi (Original CSQ)
EK TITAN X – Nickel Backplate
EK RAM Monarch Module X2
EK XTOP Revo D5 PWM – Plexi (Pompe Incluse)
EK HD PETG Tube 10/12mm 2m
Mayhems Aurora 2 Blue
Mayhems Aurora 2 Booster Silver
Mods:

– Case frame used as reservoir
– Acrylic panels changed to blue
– Custom acrylic housing for the SSD
– Blocks polished
– Graphics card mounted vertically
– Custom sleeved / made power cable
– Custom PSU sleeving
– Custom cable organizers
– Custom watercooling loop
Builder: Peter Brands
source : https://www.thinkcomputers.org/case-mod-friday-l3peau/

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