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The PC Of Souls | An Avatar Themed PC

The PC Of Souls | An Avatar Themed PC

Hello everyone, once again I have been given the oportunity by Thermaltake Technology INC to design and complete another awesome case mod. While they choose the case for me, the Thermaltake Core P3, the design aspect is all mine. So I am choosing something that I have been thinking about for awhile. This mod will be featured at the Thermaltake Suite in Las Vegas Nevada for CES 2017. Make sure if you are going to attend that you find me and say hi and we can take some photos together!

When I first watched some of the commentary and was reading about the movie James Cameron’s Avatar I remember him speaking of how he had to wait for technology to catch up to his vision so the movie could be created in the way he wanted, with the stunning visual affects that he had pictured in his mind. I often feel this way when beginning a mod, and sometimes it takes a little while to figure out exactly how I am going to execute something so the end result is how I pictured.

I thought creating something that could blend creative vision, and take advantage of my creativity to turn it into a PC Mod could turn into something really cool, and what better case the the Thermaltake Core P3 to showcase it.

So far I am working on the component list, so those details will be revealed later, but let’s take a look at the parts that have been supplied by Thermaltake Technology INC that showed up on my doorstep today.

The components can be found here from Thermaltake Technology INC

Core P3 Snow Edition
Toughpower DPS G RGB 1250W Titanium
Pacific RL420 Radiator
Riing 14 LED RGB TT Premium Edition 3-Fan Pack
Pacific W2 CPU Water Block
Pacific V-GTX 10 Series Founders Edition Transparent Waterblock
Pacific PR22-D5 w/ Silent Kit Reservoir/Pump Combo
Pacific RGB G1/4 PETG Tube 16mm OD 12mm ID
Pacific Hard Tube Bending Kit

Finally let’s enjoy some initial product pictures, with many modding photos and steps to follow.



Stay tuned as we start modding we will be updating this post, as well as our Facebook Page and Instagram Page.

Our Founder Marc Molella

Our Founder Marc Molella


When choosing a business to support and maintain your business, services, or just your personal computer, ask yourself; “What credentials should I expect a company to have?” In answer to that question, many companies have certifications, degrees and other forms of identification that they can purchase through many online forms. But do any of those places have recognition from online sources, or Industry Leaders to prove their worth in their industry?

Precision Computing’s CEO and Founder Marc Molella has been featured by many Industry leaders and credible news sources for his work in these fields. Two of his motto’s are “If I can’t fix it, it can’t be fixed.” and “We build the best.” This has been proved to be true. Please view some of the links below to see the sources that have accredited our CEO and Founder Marc Molella for his accomplishments. The next time you need to search for professional assistance with any of your technology needs for your business or personal use, including computers, networks, websites, and search engine optimization, look no further then Precision Computing.

NVIDIA is the world leader in visual computing. Marc was featured here by Nvidia:

Nvidia Home Page

Project Envy
Back to the Mod

Everyone knows who Intel is, they can be found here and have featured Marc in a video series as well as article features:

Intel Overview

Intel IDF 2015 (featured at 5 minutes)

Intel’s Facebook

Intel’s Instagram

If that wasn’t enough to get your attention he has also been featured by many other global companies and leaders, and news media sources around the globe including but not limited to:

IQ by Intel

Forbes

Thermaltake

Thermaltake

Fractal Design

Cooler Master

Twice featured on the cover of CPU Magazine in the Mad Reader Mod:
CPU Magazine

CPU Magazine

PC Gamer

PC Gamer

Hexapolis

Quakecon Mod : The Arena

Quakecon Mod : The Arena

Quakecon Mod : The Arena, In 2015, we stepped foot in the doors of Quakecon for the first time. We were invited by Modders-Inc who run a yearly case mod competition, and wanted to start a live modding competition. Of course we accepted the chance to be involved in some live modding. You can find the final pictures below of our mod in it’s final form. We were proud to have taken first place in the live mod contest and the case mod division of the modding contest held every year. Maybe one year we will be back to compete again!

This rig was also featured by Nvidia in their YIDIY section here:

http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/yidiy-marc-molella-project-envy

Enjoy the photos of the Quakecon Mod : The Arena

Fallout Rig featured by CPU Magazine

Yes we work on many projects here at Precision Computing, and this one was epic. This was designed for one of our clients, built to the specifications of his needs, and made for future expand-ability. We entitled this, Fallout Rig!

The specs are as follows:

Intel Core i7-5820K
GIGABYTE X99-UD5H-WIFI motherboard
G.Skill TridentX DDR4-3000 16GB
EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Hydro Copper
Cooler Master V1200 Platinum power supply
512GB boot SSD
960GB SSD for storage

The custom cooling loop is made up of a Monsoon customizable reservoir, a Hardware Labs GTX 360 Black Ice Nemesis radiator, a Swiftech D5 pump, Thermaltake Riing RGB fans, and PrimoChill Rigid Revolver dual-tone fittings and PETG tubing.

Enjoy the photos:

You can read the article where this mod was featured by CPU magazine here: https://www.computerpoweruser.com/article/20843/mad-reader-mod-fallout-rig

Please let us know if you have any questions or thoughts!

Dell UltraSharp UP3017Q

Dell releases the Dell UltraSharp UP3017Q world’s first 30-inch 4K 120Hz 0.1ms OLED Monitor

Dell-UP3017Q-front-viewfile-beca2458adc54f3a17

No, that wasn’t a typo. We were first introduced to the Dell UltraSharp UP3017Q back at CES 2016, where Dell was showing off their very first monitor to utilize an OLED panel (Organic Light Emitting Diode). The Dell UltraSharp UP3017Q offers a 120Hz 30-inch OLED panel sporting a ‘4K’ UHD resolution of 3840×2160 – offering an impressive pixel density of 146.86 PPI, and a breathtaking response time of just 0.1 milliseconds. The monitor can reproduce 1.07 billion colours (hence the 10-bit panel) with support for a colour gamut of 100% Adobe RGB and 97.8% DCI-P3 and has a 400,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, although the manufacture confesses that the value is only that because the testing equipment won’t go any higher. As far as inputs go, the monitor is fitted with a USB Type-C connector, HDMI 2.0 and mDP 1.2 ports.

But all of this seems too good to be true, that is until you take a look at the price tag: Coming in at a whopping $4,999 USD, the Dell UltraSharp UP3017Q display is aimed at serious content creators and professionals who work in colour-critical environments. But of course, like any shiny new tech, I expect the price to fall once competition kicks in and we begin to see more affordable alternatives, although that might not be in another 1-2 years.

– Overview by: Josh Borg

project Envy

project Envy Thermaltake Core P5 featured by Nvidia

project Envy

Thermaltake Core P5
Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7
Intel Core i7 6700K @4.8GHZ
G.Skill Ripjaws 3000MHZ
Nvidia 980TI SLI
Thermaltake 1200W PSU
Custom Sleeved Cables
Backplates and Grilles by @V1Tech Hassan Alaw
Thermaltake LCS Cooling
Tt eSports Poseidon Z, Ventus X, Shock Gaming Headset

IMGUR album link: Click Me

Big thanks to our sponsors for this project:

  • V1 Tech
  • Thermaltake
  • Tt eSports
  • Gigabyte
  • Nvidia
  • Fallout Vault 111

    Cooler Master Master Case Pro 5 Fallout Modding

    The Cooler Master MasterCase 5 Series
    Fallout Modding

    At heart, the MasterCase 5 advocates a new relationship that binds component makers and users closer together. Its elegantly smooth, flexible FreeForm Modular System supports multiple outlooks, allowing you to upgrade rather than entirely replace your case as your needs change over time. Go with either basic dual top handles and standard door of the MasterCase 5 or an elevated mesh top cover of the MasterCase Pro 5.

    Product Features

    FreeForm™ – Unparalleled flexibility to upgrade your case via the addition of top panels or doors, adjusting aesthetics,
    thermal performance and layout flexibility.

  • Unique clip-and-click components panel to integrate
    accessories like fans, drive cages, and water cooling
    reservoirs
  • Supports up to 6 x 140mm fans – including 3 in the front
    and 2 at the top
  • Option to install up to 280mm radiator in front due to
    unique ability to horizontally shift bottom-mounted HDD
    cage bracket
  • Built for performance – supports up to three dual-slot
    extra-long graphics cards
  • Dual chamber design – partition panel isolates power
    supply and cables for clean management
  • Four slip-and-clip solid state drive pockets – two hidden
    behind motherboard tray and two above partition panel
  • Top cover panel with water cooling bracket for 240mm
    radiator support and exterior augmentation
  • Customize with External Modularity

    Easily customize your case by adding a top cover and water bracket for a new look along with liquid cooling radiator support, freeing up space inside the case. And if you want to show off your system, a window side panel is also available. These options are included in MasterCase Pro 5 version or available separately.

    Cooler Master Master Case 5 Pro

    Now that we have an idea of what the case is capable of out of the box, I have some unboxing photos for you, as well as tear down before we get into heavy modding.
    My first thought, the case is very nice, however, being Freeform™ the case was not as modular for modding. Yes the intended components moved around easily, and removed easily, but when you get into removing rivets and the nuts and bolts of modding, the interior panels, including the motherboard tray, and the piece above the power supply, did not come out very easily. There were slotted notches in the front of the case, that resulted in scratching up the case to remove the panels. To someone who plans on painting and fully modifying the case, this would not be an issue, but for someone just looking to make some minor interior changes, this could cause scratch marks that are unwanted and reason for a repaint on at least the interior.

    Honestly, at the cases price point, at the time of this article, at just over $130 USD, these are not really large issues, and do not take away from the mold-ability of the case to be able to make it your own. Enjoy the photos below, and look forward in the near future to an entire session of Master Case Fallout Modding!

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Blue Switch Keyboard

    When Ttesports reached out to us to mod the Poseidon Z RGB Keyboard, I had the perfect idea in mind. What would better match a keyboard with up to 16.8 million colors, then color shift paint. The keyboard was a breeze to disassemble and modify. I really enjoy the blue switches, they give the nice mechanical clicking sound, but retain very little strain on the users hand throughout the day. The software for this keyboard was very easy to use to program the color of the keys, as well as the patterns in which they light up. You can choose one color throughout the color spectrum, let it randomly scroll through the spectrum, or choose from many different affects, all with no programming, just simple key clicks.

    If you have been looking for an RGB Mechanical keyboard, don’t delay, head over to the TtBuy Store and pick up yours today!

    Product Page
    Buy Yours Today at Newegg!

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    Ttesports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Keyboard Color Shift

    RevoluTtion

    Thermaltake Suppressor F51 RevoluTtion featured by Intel

    RevoluTtion

    This year we set out to meet a few goals, and so far we have successfully accomplished those goals we have set. We have traveled within the United States to Dallas Texas to visit QuakeCon, and also to San Francisco to the Intel Developers Forum. We brought our custom modified computer “RevoluTtion” to enter into the US Case Modding Championship at QuakeCon and were honored to showcase “RevoluTtion” on stage at IDF for Intel’s Mega Gaming Session. While at QuakeCon we took first place with “RevoluTtion” in the US Case Modding Championship. During our visit to the Intel Developers Forum we were honored to display “RevoluTtion” on stage among some of the best case modders creations in the world. Please enjoy our gallery below, with some pictures from both events, as well as some final pictures of “RevoluTtion”, as well as the specifications of this modified computer.

  • CPU: Intel 5820K
  • Mobo: Gigabyte X99 SOC Champion
  • RAM: G.Skill 16GB DDR4 3000MHZ Ripjaws
  • GFX: MSI GTX970 Gaming 4G(update) Gigabyte Xtreme Gaming GTX 980TI
  • PSU: Thermaltake 850 DPS
  • Cooling:
    Thermaltake 16MM PETG Rigid Tubing
    Thermaltake Pacific W2 CPU Block
    Thermaltake Pacific PR22-D5 Pump/Res Combo
    HardWare Labs GTX 360 Radiator
    Bitspower GTX970 water block
    7 – Thermaltake Riing Fans
  • Case: Thermaltake Suppressor F51
  • Storage: G.Skill Phoenix 120GB SSD + Western Digital 1TB Black
  • Other: 8’ BSMods.com RGB LED strip with remote control
  • IMGUR album link: Click Me

    Big thanks to our sponsors for this project:

  • V1 Tech
  • Thermaltake
  • Tt eSports
  • Gigabyte
  • Precision Computing

    Precision Computing | Tampa Bay’s Leading Technology Resource!

    TAMPA BAY’S LEADING TECHNOLOGY RESOURCE!
    Precision Computing proudly offers Computer Repair Services, Business Support Services, On-Site Computer Repair, SEO (search engine optimization), as well as Website Building, and Designing Services to the entire Tampa Bay are, including St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tarpon Springs, Tampa, and all along the Florida Suncoast. Does your computer need repair? Maybe you are looking for a new computer, but with how fast technology moves, you don’t know where to begin. Do you run a business and are tired of technology companies letting you down. Lacking in support, and selling you someone else’s services?

    Precision Computing is changing the way companies normally provide you IT support. We build computers, matched to your needs. We review your current technology environment, and help you move in the direction that is beneficial to your business. Whether it is for your business or personal life, we want you to have the best possible solution for the money you are going to spend. We look at technology as an investment, and so should you. Whether this technology will help your business run more efficiently, increasing productivity, or simply save your valuable time at home, in today’s world, computers are the doorway to tomorrow.

    Precision Computing offers free quotes, and evaluates your current computing situation to design a program that is best for you. We realize technology is a necessity, but unlike other companies, we maximize your resources and minimize costs. Allowing the ability to be upgraded in the future to keep your technology costs at a minimum, but keeping your business up to date with the newest technology. Our computers are all built using top grade materials and equipment. Our website services work the same way, and with the same passion. We inform our customers how we can improve upon their website or current condition of their SEO (search engine optimization), or lack their of, and help them gain the traffic through the internet that goes hand in hand with business survival today.

    We build machines to suit your everyday office needs, necessary to make your business run smooth, to photo-editing PC’s, Gaming PC’s and even your most high end Enthusiasts systems. We work to make your computers as efficient as possible, while staying within your budget, and maximizing the potential of your computers to give you the power where you need it most! We come directly to your home or office. We can evaluate your current technology solutions, and provide you with the necessary changes included in our free consultation. Whether your systems need repair, upgrades or new systems implemented, we can provide you with the best solution.

    Don’t get caught up by big business! Don’t fall into the Technology trap offered by other businesses. Put your technology in the hands of someone you can trust. Put your Tampa Bay technology needs in the hands of Precision Computing, our work speaks for itself, we are a company that stands behinds our work, we approach business in a professional manner, and we build partnerships, not just a client list! We look forward to working with you in the future, and are always here to answer any questions you may have!

    CAN YOU AFFORD TO TRUST THE ‘OTHER’ GUYS?

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