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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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An In Win S-Frame project

By MetallicAcid





Project made possible by following sponsors:
ASUS || Nordic Hardware
Intel || Inet
Kingston || Ocaholic
In Win || SilverStone
Carplus.se || Dremel
Modding Stylz || Gosumodz
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Backplate installation, and GPU installed... Just waiting on water cooling (still...)



Hello once again for reading my project log. This is a short and sweet update I installed the backplates onto the GTX980 Ti Strix GPUs, then went ahead and installed them into the S-Frame chassis.


I have plans to add some custom brushed aluminium panels into the sections of the backplates so that it matches perfectly with the project design. Please let me know what you think, but keep in mind that I will have acrylic water blocks installed with black cooland running through the system...

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Thank you for reading!
Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen



Posted on: 2015/10/23 11:47

Edited by MetallicAcid on 2016/1/2 23:17:39
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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An In Win S-Frame project

By MetallicAcid





Project made possible by following sponsors:
ASUS || Nordic Hardware
Intel || Inet
Kingston || Ocaholic
In Win || SilverStone
Carplus.se || Dremel
Modding Stylz || Gosumodz
V1Tech






Sponsor update, GPU install, cables started, sticker install



Hello my modding family! Some awesome custom cables, custom vinyls and anodized aluminium cable combs have come in, and I am currently working on modifying the cables to perfect lengths


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Thank you for reading!
Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen



Posted on: 2015/11/5 14:19

Edited by MetallicAcid on 2016/1/2 23:14:11
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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Oh my god... It has been almost a century since I have updated this project thread. With our 4month old, buying a house, entering competitions and starting a modding community, I have not had much time infront of the PC to post anything for my beloved project Origami.


So without any further waiting, I would like to post a massive update for your reading pleasure!

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An In Win S-Frame project

By MetallicAcid





Project made possible by following sponsors:
ASUS || Nordic Hardware
Intel || Inet
Kingston || Ocaholic
In Win || SilverStone
Carplus.se || Dremel
Modding Stylz || Gosumodz
V1Tech || Bitspower






Super massive F-Off update of epic proportions. WARNING: Prep some new underwear...



Let me start off by thank you for your patience. Without you all following my work, inspiring me with your own projects and giving me suggestions on how I can improve, I would not enjoy create what I create! So thank you.

With this update, I would like to show you all of the progress right up until just before I took the final photos for this project... Yes - it is finished and being used already, I just not have had the time to sit down like now and formulate this update for you. I will try to talk through the images so you know what I am doing and thinking, and it is not just a massive photo dump which will bog down your bandwidth..



Painting the GPU brackets black - with Plastidip
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Installing the backplates - Before any modifications to them
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Bitspower parts delivery and sponsorship announcement! Such quality, much fittings wow!
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Installing the Bitspower blocks
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Backplate modification with custom cut and brushed aluminium panels
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Custom radiator bracket which is to be mounted behind the motherboard tray
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Custom panel to hide unused front IO panel holes
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Removed unwanted cables and sleeving the remainder
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Installed pump mod kit and sleeved cables, then took a porn shot of the PC on my desk
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Measuring and installing the reseroir
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Removing the red anodizing and brushing the screws
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From here after the photos are pretty sparse until I take the final photos.. This is because of a combination of things and time constraints which made me focus only on the modding and building of this project and not the photography with the DSLR. Most of those images ended up being taken on the phone "on the fly" and posted up on FB or Instagram.



So thank you once again for joining me on this journey. The next time I post it will be with the final photos for this project. Please stay tuned as they will be shown within in the week!

Kind regards,
Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen



Posted on: 2016/1/2 23:13
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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All that white and silver is so elegant! I like this mod, like all the others..so classy!

Posted on: 2016/1/4 14:56
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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this is so beautiful, I'm crying right now

Posted on: 2016/1/4 15:23
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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LucaRocchi wrote:
All that white and silver is so elegant! I like this mod, like all the others..so classy!

Thank you for the kind comment Luca! Let's hope that my future project will also be classy

/J

Posted on: 2016/1/5 16:32
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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mike_ike wrote:
this is so beautiful, I'm crying right now

Thank you!

Here come the final images for you

/J

Posted on: 2016/1/5 16:33
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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An In Win S-Frame project

By MetallicAcid





Project made possible by following sponsors:
ASUS || Nordic Hardware
Intel || Inet
Kingston || Ocaholic
In Win || SilverStone
Carplus.se || Dremel
Modding Stylz || Gosumodz
V1Tech || Bitspower






Final photo shoot - Project Origami is finished!!!



Hello once more to my latest and last update to my beloved project Origami - my modding project featuring an In Win S-Frame with custom pearl white paint!

This project has been a wild ride, and very enjoyable as well. It has been a challenge of both skill, and my patience and I believe that I have grown as a modder because of the experiences I have had while working on this project.

With this update, I am proud to present the Origami - in all of it's completed glory.


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As a small teaser for you guys, I am already finished with another PC modding project using a Fractal Design Define S with a redefined internal layout and custom water cooling. A build log for this project will be created when it is finished after the end of January.

I will also be starting a new project from February featuring some of the latest hardware from both Corsair and ASUS, so stay tuned for that announcement here on the forums.

So thank you all once again for following my project. I really hope that you have enjoyed this journey as much as I have creating it. Please leave a comment with what you think of the project, and how I can improve my work for any future projects

With best regards,
Justin "MetallicAcid" Ohlsen



Posted on: 2016/1/5 16:45

Edited by MetallicAcid on 2016/1/5 17:54:51
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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I don't know what to say, this is the most beautiful PC rig I have ever seen, magnificent job, I'm still crying !

Posted on: 2016/1/5 18:13
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Re: Origami - An S-Frame project by MetallicAcid
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I don't know what to say, this is the most beautiful PC rig I have ever seen, magnificent job, I'm still crying !

Thank you for the very kind words Mike!

/J

Posted on: 2016/1/10 11:57
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