Toxicity stands on it's own this month as the only case mod with the other five projects being scratchbuilds. It's not missing any pizzaz though as there's plenty of eye candy to be seen in craigr1982's project log. Most notably there are some superb videos of the man himself in action, first dismantling the HAF 932 case he chose for the project, then de-riveting and also spraying it too. All three are worth a watch so make sure you head over to the project log.
Above we can see some renders of the case concept with bright green interior details contrasting against the rest of the case which is black. Another render shows a custom made reservoir - this one looks like it should have no trouble bleeding the system of air once the case has it's water cooling hardware installed.
With the case de-riveted, craigr1982 was then able to apply paint to each section at a time. Above we can see the back panel and on the right, the disk cage along with matching cable braid.
The black/green theme continues with the fans with these Scythe GT's having received a coat of green paint on their blades. July saw the reservoir start to come together too having been cut out and test-fitted together in the photo here.
The full set of parts for the reservoir is laid out above and there's more green/black detail going on with the radiator. This is shaping up to be a very interesting mod indeed so make sure you keep up to date with craigr1982's latest updates in his project log
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