Think Rocket League is fun? Imagine playing it on this bad boy!
This is my entry into the Cooler Master Case Mod World Series and believe it or not I started with a Cooler Master Elite 110 Mini ITX case. I’m very happy with how this project has turned out. My first steps was to strip the case completely and rebuild this into an ATX size mod. Every single piece from the original case was use except for the ITX motherboard tray.
I wanted this build to emulate the Rocket League theme and I tried to achieve this by:
Colors – Blue and Orange which represents not only the 2 teams in Rocket League it also is the 2 primary colors used throughout.
– The case is hexagonal now which also is the same as a level in Rocket League – Starbase Arc
– The front power button is designed to look like a goal has just been scored and the animations explode outwards.
– Using the hexagon backdrop to simulate the Rocket League Wall boundaries in game.
– Cars – Recently Rocket League had a DLC pack with a dodge charger this was one of the cars used on the top
– The Iconic Rocket League Shield was made and combined so it would slowly spin around. On the back side containg Sponsor logos.
– Lighting Using the ASUS Aura software to control 75% of the lighting means It matches the theme and can change when the game is being played.
-Lighting G Skill RGB RAM was selected as it matched the color theme perfectly!
-Cables Blue/Orange custom cables from Cablemod allowed them to look seamless and almost invisible within the build.
-Paint the Paint has been done to create a tear away feel which symbolizes pace and speed which is reflected in the game with boost trails.
– The pitch, every Map has the rocket League pitch which has a hexagonal pattern on it as well.
Case -Cooler Master Elite 110
Motherboard -ASUS Crosshair VI Hero
RAM – G Skill Trident Z 4x8GB
CPU – AMD Ryzen 1700x
GPU – Asus Strix Radeon RX480
HDD- Seagate 2tb Firecuda
PSU – Cooler Master V1000
Cables & LEDs -CableMod
*Case Mod World Series 2017 Entry