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Old 17th May 2008, 04:13   #81
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Glasson Lumber:

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Old 18th May 2008, 23:16   #82
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The Hardwood Dominator.

Hi, this is my first mod and I think it came out good.

I built it for ease of use and cooling performance. Hope you like it.



http://tifftsgifts.com/11111/aP5100340.jpg

http://tifftsgifts.com/11111/aP5100339.jpg




Much more info such as additional pictures, specs and the making of it can be found at this link:
http://www.modshop.net/users/vashant...wood-dominator

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Old 20th May 2008, 14:08   #83
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WOW, Looking at all the pimp rigs, there really nice & theres allot of them that I like better then mine,, But I'm proud of my build, don't know if it can compare to some that I've seen here, but here it is.



http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...0/SS855407.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...0/SS855406.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...st/S2DTF15.jpg

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http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...ost/S2DTF3.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...ost/S2DTF4.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...0x%201200).jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...0x%201200).jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851803.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851813.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851816.jpg

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http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851823.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851825.jpg

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http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851829.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851836.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851866.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851889.jpg

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http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851894.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/3.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/13.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/14.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851934.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851973.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS851985.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS852719.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS852435.jpg

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http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS852473.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/7sp.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...00x600/1sp.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...00x600/sp3.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...Resize/4tb.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...Resize/1tb.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...Resize/2tb.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...Resize/5tb.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...Resize/6tb.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...Resize/8tb.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...e/SS852865.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...e/SS852871.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...e/SS852875.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...e/SS852889.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...e/SS852896.jpg

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http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...e/SS852933.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS852928.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/SS852927.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkane/FlameD1.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan.../FlameCout.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...size/HDDF1.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...0/SS854053.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...0/SS854058.jpg

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...r/P1030677.JPG

http://www.hackmyitouch.com/steelkan...e/SS852176.jpg

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Old 25th May 2008, 03:23   #84
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First time I've posted these here, some might have seen these at other websites.

All three of these are built around old aluminum breadboxes, specifically this model.



They're not much to look at, but they have an interesting curve to the rear that I really liked. I bought my first one for 50 cents at a thrift shop quite a few years back, I was going to use it as is and fit in a full ATX system. It never developed, and ended up sitting on the floor for quite a few years until I got a better idea. The second breadbox I bought last year, and ended up paying $20. I thought that was too much, but recently I've seen these selling for around $60 on ebay. Insane.

Anyway, the first breadbox was cut up to build a custom case for an embedded Core 2 Duo setup which is now my work PC. The main body is obviously from the breadbox, but the backplate is made from the internal shelf, and left over aluminum made up an internal fan bracket.



More pics and specs here. Specs are out of date, currently only has an 80GB drive. Oh, the slot for the DVD was done by hand. Drew a line on with a pencil, drilled a hole on each end, then used a file to go from hole to hole. Surprisingly it only took about a half hour.

The inner shelf from the second breadbox became the main part of this system's case.



Based on another embedded board, I built it just to see how small a PC I could build. I did end up adding HD and power LEDs, power and reset switches, and a couple fans.

More pics and specs here.

The bulk of the last breadbox became the body for this.



That's my current Windows Home Server, based on a mini-ITX board with a Yonah-core Celeron.

I had to buy actual aluminum to make the base and back, but I was able to buy some cheap scrap which worked nicely. More pics and out-of-date specs here.

Oh, and all three systems also use black AC Ryan mesh. I bought one sheet and it's lasted me much longer than I thought it would. I even had enough left to build this.



That's a remote power and reset switch with power LED. The gauge acts as a HD indicator. More on that here.
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Old 1st Jun 2008, 08:07   #85
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Wooden PC

PC case constructed from Australian timber in May 2008 by Mark Horridge.
Motherboard is placed horizontally, above the PSU. Two large fans (one in, one out) move
air over the heatsink and through the case. The fan grilles were once headlight
protectors for an MG sportscar. On the top is a circular window, with glass from an old
wall-clock.

Some more pictures at:
http://www.monash.edu.au/policy/woodpc.htm
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Old 2nd Jun 2008, 16:40   #86
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Amplifier-Htpc



Worklog and more pics in AllTheMods
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Old 14th Jun 2008, 08:32   #87
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Project plus - work in progress

Inspired by insanity (must of been as it was really hard work) This project sparked off in 2007 and has took a long while to get started, and a long while to get right. but here is what i have done so far



Yes I really did take apart a tj07 and cover it in cream leather :P Ill add log once its all complete if mods dont mind

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Old 16th Jun 2008, 05:51   #88
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My ANTEC Nine Hundred Watercoooled...

Here is my compact addition to the mix....

Computer Bits:

Case - Antec Nine Hundred
CPU - E6600
MoBo - P5N32-SLI Premium
RAM - XMS2 DDR-800 4-4-4-12
GPU - XFX 8800GTX SLI

Cooling Bits:

CPU - D-Tek Fuzion
GPU - 2 x EK8800 Full Block
Rads - 1 x Swiftech 120, 1 x Swiftech 220
Pump - Swiftech Laing D5
Res - Swiftech Micro

Piccies



http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...PCSideOpen.jpg

http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h.../PCInnards.jpg

http://i252.photobucket.com/albums/h...vey/PCRear.jpg

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Old 27th Jun 2008, 00:13   #89
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My first case mod/build



More pics can be found in my short work log: http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=153546
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Old 27th Jun 2008, 14:52   #90
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What's with the multiple pics and multiple links... posts 85, 87, 88, 89, 94 in particular

I don't mind of this post gets deleted, but some folks obviously need reminding by someone, of the rules for this forum section:

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One 'taster' picture only per case.... Add a few brief details.


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Old 28th Jun 2008, 16:52   #91
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pipeline, first proper decent mod,



Read the post above yours

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Old 10th Jul 2008, 02:44   #92
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my project ALIENSKULL

[QUOTE=J Maciel Costa Barreto (obiwan)
city: Itajuípe - Bahia - Brazil
casemod made of zero
5 months is ready

[U]Computer Bits:[/U]

Case - Alienskull
CPU - pentium 4 3 ghtz
MoBo - P5N32-SLI Premium
RAM - 2 DDR-800 4-4-4-12
GPU - 8800GTX SLI

Cooling Bits:

CPU -
GPU -
Rads - 1 x Swiftech 120, 1 x Swiftech 220
Pump - Swiftech Laing D5
Res - Swiftech Micro



http://img56.imageshack.us/img56/4510/nea047ri8.jpg
http://img210.imageshack.us/img210/2...conceptqy3.jpg
http://img210.imageshack.us/img210/2...15992c0uk8.jpg
http://img133.imageshack.us/img133/5...sta2007nd5.jpg

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Old 11th Jul 2008, 14:00   #93
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Project R1000 Redline


photos = http://petjdm.multiply.com/photos/al...ine_Photoshoot
worklog = http://www.dcwarez.net/showthread.php?t=504
modshop profile = http://www.modshop.net/users/petjdm/rig/r-1000-redline
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Old 9th Aug 2008, 19:30   #94
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Bulate





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Old 26th Aug 2008, 20:20   #95
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My Mods so far, from old to new.

"Hitman Tribute"

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"Howard the Xbox"

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"ELfen Lied PS2"

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"Slipknot PS2 Suite Set"

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"The Neptuner Guitar Hero Guitar"

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"BlueBlack Simplicity"

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"All Your Base" Case

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"Aether Boiler" Model One of the Aether Series

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Old 6th Sep 2008, 09:50   #96
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mini-itx home server case

First post here, thought I'd share my old home server case mod



mini-itx epia 5000, 512mb, ubuntu server

Project log

And my steampunk USB stick

http://www.flickr.com/photos/limpfish/2832042079/

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Old 8th Sep 2008, 10:47   #97
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Akasa Omega for display at i34
  • Outside was painted Gloss Orange with a Red Flake
  • Motherboard tray was powder coated Orange
  • Opposite side panel was lasered with the Akasa logo and a window cut-out.
  • It was watercooled courtesy of XSPC.
  • This PC was on show at Multiplays i34 event earlier this year.

Full Build Log here:
http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/foru...ead.php?t=4149


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Old 8th Sep 2008, 10:52   #98
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Silverstone TJ07 aka Project Lockdwn
  • Insides powder coated "Signal Red"
  • Outside painted White / Red Stripes
  • Right side panel lasered with Lock logo
  • Dual Loop Watercooling

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Old 12th Sep 2008, 17:22   #99
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biohazard

my project



http://i388.photobucket.com/albums/o...wilker/134.jpg

http://i388.photobucket.com/albums/o...wilker/137.jpg

details:
http://forum.donanimhaber.com/m_25145024/tm.htm

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Old 13th Sep 2008, 22:13   #100
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This is my first post here at bit-tech, but have been reading alot on the website.

Have just posted my first vinyl project, where we cover the huge Antec 1200 case with some radical design with website logo. "no commercial" but had to start with something.


and the last together with my notebook with same vinyl theme.

See the entire project here: Folie freaks at TweakUp danish language, but alot of pictures

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