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Old 24-07-17, 01:04 PM
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Hawk's Pyramid by St.Jimmy's PC Modding

Hi guys, I'm finally back with a new project in collaboration with Prophecy H&G, Blink46 (italian youtubers) and with support from Thermaltake, Gigabyte and Intel!

Based on a Core P5, Hawk's Pyramid is a mod that takes inspiration from the Ancient Egypt and in particular from a pyramid and God Horus.

The mod is complete and a lot of you probably saw it on Youtube or Facebook, but I'll avoid posting final photos here until the worklog is finished!

Now we can start with the first progresses


















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Old 24-07-17, 09:54 PM
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Now you interested me, and i need to search YT, and FB...
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Old 25-07-17, 12:14 AM
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Ok I'll bite and watch
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wait, so the project is already finished?
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Old 26-07-17, 02:54 PM
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Second load of photos for the worklog: wood panels shaped, L profiles to harden the structure, cuts for fans and radiator!















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Old 26-07-17, 02:55 PM
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wait, so the project is already finished?
Yep, there were some agreements with the collaborators and I couldn't post anything until the build was finished!

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Now you interested me, and i need to search YT, and FB...
Search for St.Jimmy's PC Modding on both
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Old 26-07-17, 04:05 PM
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Looks good man. Like me a bit of wood
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Old 27-07-17, 04:01 PM
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Let's see some more progress!





















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Old 27-07-17, 06:36 PM
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I have found what i have been seeking. Impressive work. Great idea. It really stands out. But i must add...

That tubing, it just chews my OCD. With a little more effort you can make those bends smooth, and parallel, without those "dog leg" bends. Rearrange them a little bit so that all has a nice form.

I don't know was that tubing intended, but for me it puts a stain on otherwise fenomenal build.
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Old 27-07-17, 09:35 PM
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I have found what i have been seeking. Impressive work. Great idea. It really stands out. But i must add...

That tubing, it just chews my OCD. With a little more effort you can make those bends smooth, and parallel, without those "dog leg" bends. Rearrange them a little bit so that all has a nice form.

I don't know was that tubing intended, but for me it puts a stain on otherwise fenomenal build.
I only had eight compression fittings, with no angled adaptors and stuff like that, I had to arrange the bends. But I didn't find any tube that wasn't in the right position, I made sure every one was at least almost perfectly parallel. It's possible that, by seeing some of the photos, some tube could seem like it's not positioned well but trust me, they're all good
I hate doing all those bends, in fact my signature are all the parallel tubes that run towards a panel thanks to pass-through fittings... unfortunately I wasn't able to do that this time!

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