Nvidia Jedi mod inside In Win 904

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Hey guys!

Last year, I was asked to build a custom water cooled rig from an In Win 904 alongside my friend Jesse from JP Modified, to help celebrate the release of the (then) all new limited edition Star Wars Jedi and Sith Titan Xp.

This project was completed and shipped with a 2 week period, and was featured on Nvidia Garage together alongside the case mod that JP Modified had built.

This was a hectic project with plenty of modding and excitement. Despite the stress of the time limit, We had a great amount of funö 10/10 would repeat. I never did get to hold or install the GPU myself, but rather it was installed on sight after the PC arrived in California.

Final photos upfront, then build process underneath.

Specifications:
Intel 7800X
ASUS x299 Deluxe
Corsair Dominator Platinum 4x8GB 32GB 2666mhz with Cablemod light bar mod kit
Nvidia GTX Titan Xp Jedi Order Limited Edition
In Win 904
Samsung 960 Pro 512GB M.2 SSD
In Win Platinum Classic 850w
In Win Polaris 120mm RGB fans
Custom water cooling loop by EK Water Blocks

If you are interested, here is the clip from Nvidia's Garage with both systems displayed. https://youtu.be/c2HwWeXHGs4

Thank you for coming and taking a look.

More planning and modding later, I was able to come up with a great layout for the parts I was to use, as well as create a bunch of custom panels from aluminium. These panels include a massive PSU shroud and rear panel shroud to cover cables. I also made the necessary modifications to the chassis itself to accomodate a custom water cooling loop for the CPU, something which this 904 does not support out of the box.

Chassis has been prepped and painted in a yellow sand, and a red/brown. These 2 colours are to represent the humble colours of the Jedi outfit.

Here is a screen shot taken from the Nvidia Garage video. The Graphics card was installed into the PC after it arrived in the USA, so I never got to hold it or install it. All measurements made for this case mod was based upon guessing and measurements provided to me by Nvidia.

I am very pleased with how this custom PC turned out after just 1 week of ordering parts and planning, and 2 weeks of building.