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Author Topic: 【MSI PRO MOD - S3】"YAZI" - Venator Class Star Destroyer  (Read 69661 times)

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« Reply #7 on: 19-October-15, 09:37:34 »


"YAZI" - Venator Class Star Destroyer        UPDATE 001 continued


Finally I added some Polystyrene bloks to get a feel of how the tower is going to look.









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« Reply #8 on: 19-October-15, 09:40:46 »

Your going to go far! Keep up that great work you do.
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« Reply #9 on: 19-October-15, 09:45:14 »

Your going to go far! Keep up that great work you do.

Thanks man, its a labour of love for me building these ships.
I get more energy out of it then i put into it.
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« Reply #10 on: 19-October-15, 09:52:30 »


"YAZI" - Venator Class Star Destroyer        UPDATE 001 End



Time to make the neighbours angry again by cutting up the launchbays and drawing out the airduct holes.










Time to work on the fanholes that have to connect to a airduct that holds the radaitors also.













And thats where i came to realise my skills in working with aluminum were not good enough.
Didnt know how to fixate everything into place accurately to prevent light bleeding for example.
So I had to stop .. (well I kinda went into overdrive learning how to work alu)

Parked but not abandoned !!

Untill the next update and let me know what you think of it !
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« Reply #11 on: 21-October-15, 17:35:38 »


"YAZI" - Venator Class Star Destroyer        Hardware Update


The YAZI is going to have some awesome internal systems to combat enemies.


The Gaming System is going to consist of the following :

Mainboard       -   MSI B150m Mortar matx board

Graphics Card -   MSI 780TI Lightning (Only 12 made specifically for overclocking)

RAM                   -  Avexir Blitz 1.1 32GB DDR4 3000MHz - White

Processor         -  Intel Core i5 6600K 4x 3.50GHz

SSD(s)            -  TBD

Power Supply  -   Thermaltake toughpower DPS G 850W Platinum


The Liquid Cooling System will consist of the following :

CPU Cooler        -   Thermaltake Pacific W1 CPU Water Block

GPU Cooler     -   Custom GPU Block by Diamond Cooling

Coolant PUMP  -   Thermaltake Pacific P1 Black D5 Pump w/ Silent Kit

Radiator           -   480 40mm high

Fittings            -   Thermaltake Pacific G1/4 - Black

Coolant           -   TBD

Reservoirs 2x  -   ModWithMe 50mm Tube Reservoirs with custom 3d printed Venator Engine cover

Tubing               -   Thermaltake PETG 16mm OD tubing


ModWithMe Additional Features will consist of the following:

Laser Array      -   8 fat green 5mw lasers

Lights              -   0.5mm fiberoptic strands

Laser/Light Control -   Arduino programmable micro processor

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« Reply #12 on: 21-October-15, 20:03:24 »

it looks AMAZING ur work is awesome and inspiring
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« Reply #13 on: 22-October-15, 11:14:34 »

it looks AMAZING ur work is awesome and inspiring
Thank you!
I think it shows I love doing scratchbuilds as they require you to think about EVERYTHING in a different way
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