The UK team started with a silver coat for the case and front panel, applying with spray cans before planting the items in the moving oven to speed up the paint drying.

In Win Mod in Taiwan - Day 2 Summary
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In Win Mod in Taiwan - Day 2 Summary
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As the day moved on, the team added some orange details and spent considerable time braiding the cables and cutting out vinyl hexagons to go with In Win's popular case designs as well as patterns in the new 509 case. The team has gone with a dual 360mm radiator setup with EKWB water-cooling gear as well as one of In Win's new PSUs. The side panel also sports a cut out design of In Win's 30th birthday and logo.

In Win Mod in Taiwan - Day 2 Summary
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The German team made up of the Blass brothers are well known for their acrylic-based projects and their entry here looks set to continue that trend as they spent most of the day working on the acrylic details using templates and metal front sections.

In Win Mod in Taiwan - Day 2 Summary
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However, their most impressive creation of the day was a custom reservoir the team had made using a standard EKWB tube reservoir combined with some expert hand crafting and polishing of an In Win logo that will sit inside the reservoir, with the reservoir itself standing proud on top of the case.
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