Mod-my-Box: Project Inverse by Steven G


One of our forum member under the name Steven G have recently completed his latest project … Project: Inverse. It’s an extreme gaming system with a twist … let’s take a look.

After the success of my previous build I felt compelled to supersede my previous work with a new more impressive and finished build. I was greatly inspired by numerous projects and builds around the internet. Namely the infamous MurderMod pc’s. I started to draw up the specification and component list on the release of the new i7 CPU. I was excited to see what I could build with the new technology and how my pc would look and perform.

In my limited free time I enjoy gaming, watching films and listening to music and all of this done through the use of my computer. I decided that I would need the performance for gaming and the silence for watching films and listening to music so had to think about this when choosing my components. I have always tried to have a fast and silent pc which is normally very hard to achieve when you need performance.





  • Custom Lian Li PC-A70
    (white powder coated outsides and black interior with custom window and fan grill)

Power Supply

  • Silverstone ST1000 1000w 100% Modular Power Supply


  • Intel Core i7 920 @ 4GHz using the Swiftech GTZ Water Block


  • ASUS P6T6 WS Revolution Motherboard using MIPS Water Blocks


  • 6GB (3x2GB) Corsair Dominator 1600Mhz 8-8-8-24 Memory

Graphics Cards

  • 2x ATI 4870×2 using XSPC Water Blocks

Other Components

  • 3x Seagate 500GB 7200.12 in RAID0 configuration
  • 1TB Samsung Spinpoint F1
  • LG Blu-Ray Rom
  • Optiarc DVD-RW


  • 480 & 240 TFC XChanger Radiators
  • Laing DDC 18w Pump
  • XSPC Bay Reservoir
  • T-Balancer BIGNG Fan Controller

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