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Stealthlow by Wayne Wilkinson

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jimmyjj 27th October 2011, 16:01 Quote
Totally awesome.
yassarikhan786 27th October 2011, 16:06 Quote
I read through the whole log before I joined the Bit-tech community and I was amazed at how awesome it looked and the amount of time and effort put into it. I could tell from his log that he is a perfectionist and it payed off in the end.

Congratulations to Wayne on a jawdroppingly brilliant scratch build and a definite contender for MOTY.
mongpong 27th October 2011, 16:29 Quote
looks stunning!
l3p 27th October 2011, 17:05 Quote
Love this build with copper accents!
Razer2007 27th October 2011, 17:09 Quote
Nice front page pimpage Wayne!! Thanks for sharing you mod on Losias.net too!
KidMod-Southpaw 27th October 2011, 18:24 Quote
I've spent this year following stealthlow with great shock to be honest. I didn't think Wayne could top air cube and I was wrong! I was so impressed, I had Wayne make me some copper fan frames for my own project.
Wayne- I've spent a year with my jaw at the floor, only now can I collect the flabby skin and go for surgery. Thanks a lot.
Fizzban 27th October 2011, 19:50 Quote
Totally brilliant. The results people out there can achieve are truly mind blowing. Puts the big name system builders to shame every-single-time. I never tire of seeing these beautiful creations.
Krayzie_B.o.n.e. 27th October 2011, 20:31 Quote
Totally gorgeous! why no optical drive? i know they are ancient but i still have a slight need for one!

anyway i have my checkbook handy........so How much is gonna cost me for this awesome tower cause i seriously want this!
paisa666 28th October 2011, 01:59 Quote
Just awesome... been following this buils and its just stuning!!
Waynio 28th October 2011, 02:15 Quote
Thank you Antony, Joe & all at bit-tech cheers ;).
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Originally Posted by jimmyjj
Totally awesome.
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Originally Posted by yassarikhan786
I read through the whole log before I joined the Bit-tech community and I was amazed at how awesome it looked and the amount of time and effort put into it. I could tell from his log that he is a perfectionist and it payed off in the end.

Congratulations to Wayne on a jawdroppingly brilliant scratch build and a definite contender for MOTY.
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Originally Posted by mongpong
looks stunning!
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Originally Posted by l3p
Love this build with copper accents!
Cheers Jimmyjj, yassarikhan786, mongpong, l3p :).
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Originally Posted by Razer2007
Nice front page pimpage Wayne!! Thanks for sharing you mod on Losias.net too!
Cheers Razer & happy to be on board there mate :).
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Originally Posted by KidMod-Southpaw
I've spent this year following stealthlow with great shock to be honest. I didn't think Wayne could top air cube and I was wrong! I was so impressed, I had Wayne make me some copper fan frames for my own project.
Wayne- I've spent a year with my jaw at the floor, only now can I collect the flabby skin and go for surgery. Thanks a lot.
:) Cheers KidMod matey ;).
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Originally Posted by Fizzban
Totally brilliant. The results people out there can achieve are truly mind blowing. Puts the big name system builders to shame every-single-time. I never tire of seeing these beautiful creations.
Thanks Fizzban, true if I can get into making things like this anyone can get into making things & if they get keen on it with an undying enthusiasm for it they can progress nicely :).
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Originally Posted by Krayzie_B.o.n.e.
Totally gorgeous! why no optical drive? i know they are ancient but i still have a slight need for one!

anyway i have my checkbook handy........so How much is gonna cost me for this awesome tower cause i seriously want this!
:) Must be a good stealth drive then :D it has full size dvd-rw just above the bottom front fan grill ;).
http://i433.photobucket.com/albums/qq59/waynio_2008/Project%20Stealthlow/ProjectStealthlow1106.jpg
http://i433.photobucket.com/albums/qq59/waynio_2008/Project%20Stealthlow/ProjectStealthlow1108.jpg

I'm still learning though & only been focusing on my fabrication skills so far, I still think I'm 1 or 2 cases away from making any to sell, if I'm to sell them I want to get faster at producing cases but also keep the quality high so I could keep the prices reasonable.

I said during the log that I wouldn't try the solid pci/io piece again but I will & am confident my future ones will be spot on :).
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Originally Posted by paisa666
Just awesome... been following this buils and its just stuning!!
Thank you paisa666 ;).
Herodj95 28th October 2011, 06:34 Quote
Fantastic Job Wanio! :D
Jake123456 28th October 2011, 08:39 Quote
Did this fall from Heaven?...


It just looks epic..
p0Pe 28th October 2011, 10:16 Quote
A-friggin-mazing!

Waynio, I love this mod:D So well done, and all the details nailed PERFECT!
phinix 28th October 2011, 10:17 Quote
Fantastic build, beautiful finish, full of details, great job!
coolmiester 28th October 2011, 10:48 Quote
Really refreshing seeing good old fashioned skill with hand tools these days rather than the easier route.

Well deserved front page feature and a great read ;)
bulldogjeff 28th October 2011, 12:08 Quote
I probably can't add more to whats already been said, this really is a work of art. also I've said it to Wayne in his log, that this for me is top 3 in the MOTY, I think it's good enough to win it...

Absolutely brilliant, top modding Wayne.
Waynio 28th October 2011, 14:24 Quote
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Originally Posted by Herodj95
Fantastic Job Wanio! :D
Thanks Herodj95 :).
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Originally Posted by Jake123456
Did this fall from Heaven?...


It just looks epic..
:) Cheers Jake :D.
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Originally Posted by p0Pe
A-friggin-mazing!

Waynio, I love this mod:D So well done, and all the details nailed PERFECT!
Thank you p0Pe :D still got a lot of thinking to do for if I can progress with air cooling or to go with water for my next, resisted for so long that maybe it's time to progress & learn something new :D it's always been the maintanence that's put me off water cooling so if I can work out a super easy maintanence rig for water then I'll do it for my next big project :D but my next project will be a nice compact htpc, itching to have a dabble with mini itx & I wouldn't mind having a low powered net/media rig for every day computer stuff & keep a nice gaming rig purely for gaming & designing :).
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Originally Posted by phinix
Fantastic build, beautiful finish, full of details, great job!
Thanks phinix ;) our rigs have similar power but yours is so nice & compact so yours is another one which makes me want to try out mini itx :) it is nice having the option of adding another gpu though if I ever wanted to but then again you could add a 590 if you ever needed crazy gpu power :D.
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Originally Posted by coolmiester
Really refreshing seeing good old fashioned skill with hand tools these days rather than the easier route.

Well deserved front page feature and a great read ;)
Thanks coolmiester :) I like all approaches really but I stick with what I can afford :D it's way cheaper for me to use normal tools & can always use them in future projects unlike paying a load to a pro place where the only thing I'd gain from it is a good case, it's actually a nice satisfying feeling progressing skills also so I've come to enjoy that part a lot like progressing through an awesome game but 1 without an ending :D but man if people can get access to the sweet machines then good for them & it's always good to see people pushing what the machines can do with sweet designs :) I reacted badly to seeing advanced machined projects in the past when I was quite new to modding but got all of that well out of my system & just like all forms now ranging from cardboard wonders all the way through to industrial awesomeness ;).
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Originally Posted by bulldogjeff
I probably can't add more to whats already been said, this really is a work of art. also I've said it to Wayne in his log, that this for me is top 3 in the MOTY, I think it's good enough to win it...

Absolutely brilliant, top modding Wayne.
:o:D Thanks Jeff mate, I'm just excited to see all the awesome completed projects of the year all together for an awesome overload blitz, makes me dizzy :D I might pass on voting though as it will be sooooo tough to pick a top 3 out of 20 or way more or just pick out the ones I enjoyed following the most through the year :).
Angel OD 28th October 2011, 15:42 Quote
The more I see it, the more I like it! ;)
bulldogjeff 28th October 2011, 15:55 Quote
Last year I voted for Attillas build Air cube and Purple rain for what went in to them and for the simple reason that the end product was athletically pleasing...Simples
james888 28th October 2011, 22:30 Quote
If you did decide to sell this you would have to make an announcement on the forums... many including myself would be interested.
bulldogjeff 28th October 2011, 22:43 Quote
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Originally Posted by james888
If you did decide to sell this you would have to make an announcement on the forums... many including myself would be interested.

How do you put a price on something like this. Based on materials it would be a couple of hundred pounds, take in to account the man hours that went in to it and it becomes an entirely different thing altogether.
riekmaharg2 28th October 2011, 23:35 Quote
Can't beat a good bit of copper and aluminium, just don't get any water on it :)
james888 29th October 2011, 01:08 Quote
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Originally Posted by bulldogjeff
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Originally Posted by james888
If you did decide to sell this you would have to make an announcement on the forums... many including myself would be interested.

How do you put a price on something like this. Based on materials it would be a couple of hundred pounds, take in to account the man hours that went in to it and it becomes an entirely different thing altogether.

He mentioned he might sell it already. People buy highend cases already, although not everyone. They wouldnt get it anyway. This case in my opinion is better than a lot of them.

What I came back to say was that this is an amazing case. Im sure you know. It not only looks amazing but is very functional. That is the importand part
The_Gnu 29th October 2011, 01:48 Quote
Exellent build waynio and a well deserved place in the spotlight.

At the beginning of this build I was a bit worried about adding copper because I thought there was a risk that the material mix might look odd in the end. But you sir.. you pulled it of and made it look like something to be displayed in a glass case.

Looking forward to the next project from you ;)
djzic 29th October 2011, 14:34 Quote
WHAT TOOK SO LONG BIT-TECH?

Well done Wayne, having followed this build from the very beginning I can say you more then deserved a front page article, especially after all the hard effort you put in on this build, the persistence you displayed, especially with the curves! A slight shame it's finished, I miss checking for updates at 2am :D Like KidMod said, we're a bunch of crazies
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