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| lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative

Lumo by B-Negative

| lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative  

| lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative

 

Daniel Harper, also known as B-Negative, has been in the PC-modding scene for quite some years now. With his past mods like Project SR-2, Arctic Waters, Mil-Spec and many more it can be said that he is quite an experienced modder. His latest project, named | lumo |, is nearing completion, and it's looking so good, that we at OC3D decided to feature it on our front page. Take a look.

 

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| lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative

| lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative 

 

Lumo is housed in the In Win D-Frame Mini, a unique case on its own. Heavily modified, it looks even better. The build features a painted ASUS Z97 Gryphon motherboard, SLI GTX 680s with Watercool waterblocks on them, painted Crucial RAM and a lot more awesome parts. B-Negative always puts a lot of effort into his build, and this all shows it. (Almost) no part is left untouched, or unmodified. Your call.


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 | lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative

 

Daniel has been backed by many manufacturers with this build. His sponsors are In Win, E22, Be Quiet!, EKWB, ASUS, Parvum Systems and SpecialTech.

Lumo wouldn't be a B-Negative build without custom water cooling, and this time he chose to with E22 acrylic tubing to give his build a clean, straight look. The fittings, pump and radiators, which have been provided by EK, have been painted as well to match the overall colour scheme of the mod. He's also added a custom design to the Corsair SSDs, which turned out amazing.

 

| lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative   | lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative

| lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative   | lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative

 

Full Specifications:

Case: Painted In Win D-Frame Mini w/ Custom Parvum-made Motherboard Tray
CPU: Intel Core i7 47xx Unlocked CPU w/ MIPS Iceforce HF waterblock
GPUs: SLI GTX 680s with Watercool Heatkiller GPU-X3 waterblocks
Motherboard: Painted ASUS Z97 Gryphon
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Series DDR3 Memory, 4x4GB @ 1600 MHz
PSU: Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro 10 850w PSU w/ sleeved cables (E22 Dark Grey Teleios Sleeve with Yellow plugs)
Fans: Painted Be Quiet! Silent Wings 2 fans
SSDs: 2x Corsair Force GT SSDs (one 120GB, one 240GB)
HDD: 2TB Western Digital Caviar Black
Tubing: E22 Ultraclear Acrylic Tubing
Radiators: Painted EKWB PE 240s
Fittings: Various painted EKWB (angled) fittings
Fan controller: Aquaero Pro 6


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 | lumo | - OC3D Featured Mod by B-Negative  

 

It seems B-Negative has done it once again. His projects are always a joy to follow, and this one is no exception. Daniel, great job on yet another (nearly completed) project. We're looking forward to the final pictures of Lumo and your future projects.

 


You can follow B-Negative's Project Lumo on the OC3D Forums.

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Most Recent Comments

15-09-2014, 16:21:01

MadShadow
Looks very interesting. I like the idea of an open case, so lets see MOAR!Quote

15-09-2014, 16:32:35

B NEGATIVE
Normally Im waiting for hardware but not this time.ASUS provided the Gryphon z97,a modders favorite for very obvious reasons and I have a pair of cards with tidy Watercool blocks ready to go. I rounded of the waterblocks with a MIPS Iceforce HF,an awesome block which sadly isnt available easily now since MIPS closed their doors. A major loss to the watercooling world...

http://i.imgur.com/FgLCd9k.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/kP8jED5.jpg

The thickest hold down you will ever see!

http://i.imgur.com/yWW5KR4.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/ezvcJi6.jpg

You just dont see a finish like the finish you get with MIPS....

http://i.imgur.com/CUibsgA.jpg

On to another of my favorite block makers,this time the German outfit,Watercool.

http://i.imgur.com/3R4wfcb.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/n0zXR4C.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/49EG4ZE.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/b7CJKex.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/YEi3EdP.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/Tb64SWR.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/R7zU7js.jpg

The DC i7 looks like a promising candidate or I may just recycle the 4770k in CLoS3 IMPACT,I dont want to go mad as there a x99 rig coming up in the next few months....
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15-09-2014, 16:34:38

MadShadow
Those GPU blocks look real sexy. Quote

15-09-2014, 17:01:28

CreatiXx
lol got one of those HF blocks layin around ^^ they're pretty cool! Those GPU blocks look awesome iddQuote

15-09-2014, 17:51:35

barnsley
Ahh another high end inwin chassis on the forums. Welcome to the Glass-terace. This is going to be a great build to follow .Quote
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