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Old 30th Dec 2005, 18:00   #1
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  • Post should then give link(s) to further pictures (of any size) & more details, maybe a finished Project Log or hosted elsewhere,

  • Must be your own work, and at a 'completed (for now )' stage, not 'under construction'. It's a pimping thread after all.

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Old 30th Dec 2005, 23:10   #2
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Old 2nd Jan 2006, 16:43   #3
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Project Little Devil
Description: Based on a shuttle case I've started from scratch on the design to make something much better for cooling while still retaining the shuttleness. My favourite features are the hand made case feet and the dvd writer hidden behind the matrix orbital lcd.
Picture: (Thumbnail click on the image for larger version)

Project Log: http://www.gordyhand.co.uk/littledevil.htm

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Project Mac Cube
Description: The Apple Mac Cube was stunning at the time , however it was far to expensive so never took off. As a fan of this design I decided to convert one for use as a file server. Whilst still retaining the mac cube looks.
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Project Log: http://www.gordyhand.co.uk/maccube.htm

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Project Silicon
Description: Inspired by Mashies conversion of a Silicon Graphics O2 case I sourced a similiar case for a project of my own. These are very cool little cases but its a tight squeeze to fit a MATX sized motherboard inside. There have been three different versions of this project as I wasn't happy with the first two. After nearly two years in the making its now finished. The specs of the final system is a Pentium IV 2.26ghz cpu, 512mb of Corsair Ram, 160GB Seagate HDD, Sony DVD writer and a Sapphire 9600XT Ultimate.
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Project Log: http://www.gordyhand.co.uk/silicon.htm

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Project Focus
Description: I've always been a massive car fan, and this project combined my love of cars and my love of pcs to create a small htpc computer that is all contain in a 1/10th scale ford focus bodyshell
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Project Log: http://www.gordyhand.co.uk/focus.htm
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Old 19th Jan 2006, 10:48   #4
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The Ice Pearl


Specs:
ABIT IC7 Bundkort
Celeron 2,4Ghz @ 3,4Ghz
Riva TNT2 32Mb
Netcard
Onboad sound
80 GB Seagate
Chieftec 360 watt PSU
Ram GeIL 512MB PC 4400
Pionner Slot-in drev

Worklog
www.GoTweak.dk/link1.htm

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www.GoTweak.dk/link2.htm
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Old 1st Feb 2006, 03:46   #5
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Old 4th Feb 2006, 19:23   #6
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Old 6th Feb 2006, 19:58   #7
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The picoCluster

It is a totally silent, solid state 3-node cluster housed within a six-inch cube.



You can read more about it here:

http://slipperyskip.com/page18.html


The DECOmputer
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Polished aluminum, stainless steel and bakelite.



Write-up:

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The Unidyne PC
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My tribute to a classic microphone design.



Full blown worklog (my first):

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1030309


The Decomatic HTPC
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Art Deco-inspired Home Theater PC case. Made from white oak, red mahogany and chromed steel.



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http://slipperyskip.com/page21.html


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Nano-ITX desktop PC made from cherry wood with a geometric inlay made from mahogany, walnut, basswood and cherry.



Additional Info:

http://slipperyskip.com/page24.html

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Old 16th Feb 2006, 23:59   #8
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More pics here http://photobucket.com/albums/b346/2...Final%20Shots/

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Old 20th Apr 2006, 15:24   #9
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hi, new to this form, soo much cool stuff here, anyways my first modded case..

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Old 25th Apr 2006, 20:19   #10
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My setup started with my main rig, but lately i use the other pc's in my network as often , so i guess this whole thing is my setup now.
Used to use the lower one as a backup, but now i use it as often as my main rig cause i kinda need to be at 2 places at the same time loll. Especially with SKYPE. The other one, herm! the compargh *puke* i use it to go in places i wouldn't go with my main rig loll, i really dont want to have to reload windows and all my programs that often
But this is my baby


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Old 25th May 2006, 21:59   #11
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First ever casemod



New project is in its planning stages
And will look allot better then this one
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Old 30th May 2006, 04:03   #12
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P4 3.0 HT 800fsb
dual 256 ram
Ati Radeon 9600xt
8x dvd burner
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Old 2nd Jun 2006, 22:24   #13
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Project Pink PC



Full project log located here.

No insane specs (see sig), just a simple Small Form Factor AOpen XCube for my fiancee. This summer I'm putting together a new modified rig for myself...
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Old 12th Jun 2006, 10:53   #14
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Retro Case Modding

Xtreem Commodore Logo



If you want to see the whole project please visit my website.

www.commodore-info.com

C64 (DTV) CPU @ 1 MHz

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Old 15th Jun 2006, 07:08   #15
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U2 X 2



ITs old school now at this stage but i'm working on a complete new mod using the bare case and working up again
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Old 14th Jul 2006, 00:08   #16
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My rig



More Pictures here!!!

http://www.rigshowcase.com/img/24FhnTq/5598
http://www.rigshowcase.com/img/24FhnTq/5599
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http://www.rigshowcase.com/img/24FhnTq/5601
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Old 14th Jul 2006, 11:33   #17
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Red Nineteen



My second mod, with a full 30+ project log here on bit-tech.

Specs are in my signature and on log #33.
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Old 14th Jul 2006, 14:22   #18
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My trusty ol' Plexeon. Lighted by 6 touch sensitive controlled Luxeons



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Old 17th Jul 2006, 15:43   #19
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Old 1st Aug 2006, 14:09   #20
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Project Dubyoo



Antec P160 with a purple LED in each intake & each oval window (custom cut by my mums CNC machinist boyfriend)
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