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Old 06-05-2019, 02:34 PM
Patuga Patuga is offline
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Smile Corsair 570x Crystal Clear

This is my personal rig, so i wanted something cool but also didn't require a lot of work to put together. I chose the Corsair Crystal 570x and decided to add some RGB to it :p

After putting everything together, there were a couple of things i didn't like:

- I didn't like the fact that the Tinted Glass Panels made everything look grey instead of white.
- The Psu shroud didn't have a cover at the edge so the psu wires could be seen.
- The Stock fan brackets had some ugly cut-outs and didn't really look very good with rgb fans.
- The "dark side" was showing. This one was really bad :(
- I could only mount 2 fans at the top, which looked weird.

So I decided to add some custom made parts we've been making, to make my build look better. Here's what i added to the build:

Fullsize Psu Shroud:

Fan Brackets (top and front). The Front Bracket lowers the fans by 10mm, which lets you install a 360mm radiator at the front and still be able to install 3x 120mm fans at the top, with our custom brackets.

Motherboard tray Cover:

Clear Panels for Front, Top and window side, and a matt white for the backside to hide the cables:

Now the case looks white as it should

Gpu Backplate:

Finished looks:

And that's it for now :)
Let me know what you think of it.
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