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Old 7th May 2009, 15:16   #121
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I figured it was about time I added something to this thread. Bear in mind it's not complete (by any stretch of the imagination) but it's good for now.



More pics here.

Specs that I can recall offhand:
Lian-Li V2000b, Asus Striker II Extreme, Q6600, GTX 285, 4gb Gskill, Swiftech GTZ cpu block, Bitspower NB/SB block/mosfet blocks/fittings, Black Ice GTX 120mm rad, Black Ice 2x80mm rad, Noctua fans throughout.

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Old 7th May 2009, 18:16   #122
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Hi, i'm new here. I saw a lot of great modding projects here and i thought i join in.
This is my baby, Radioactive PC.



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Old 14th May 2009, 07:12   #123
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A work in progress, no real modding done as of yet (well the mounting for one of the pump/res).

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Old 29th May 2009, 17:55   #124
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2 Diferent Sidepanels on same case.

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Old 4th Jun 2009, 16:05   #125
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Old 29th Jun 2009, 06:51   #126
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Here's my rig, I won't get into the specs as that's not the point. Took 6 months and plenty of money...




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Old 1st Jul 2009, 19:02   #127
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damn modding has come a long way since the old fan and blue led
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Old 4th Jul 2009, 04:16   #128
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Old 4th Jul 2009, 04:24   #129
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Old 21st Jul 2009, 11:17   #130
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My Oil Immersion PC with Industrial AC Unit

I was requested by one of your members to post pictures of my mod, what follows be pictures and descriptions. please excuse any shoddy cameraman-ship. I'll start with the old and work forward to the new. Please note this system will be going with me to Westlan on August 14-16th so if you want to see it in the blood come along.

This was my first attempt, there's an E2180 at 3.33ghz in that fish tank of oil, the motherboard is free standing and the evaporation is comparatively bad but i was happy.


That pump and radiator were freebies oddly enough, given to me by a good friend who was an enthusiast a few years back and didn't need this gear any more.


the AC unit before i completely hacked it apart. The compressor in this one is broken after 5 years of service to another friend of mine's server room. In that picture you can probably see where i started sawing then realised picture taking would be good.

Now we shift to new!

This is the tank after a proper lid was fitted, it's still not brilliant but the evaporation problem is better. note the tank has silicon sealant around the edges, about a half of a tube.


This is the AC unit after i'd had my way with it, compressor and everything else apart from fan and radiator have been hacked out. In this picture the fan is disconnected for the time being, but there's a helpful circuit diagram on this 25W fan for when I do need it

The pump remains the only issue, but i'll be fixing that as soon as I have sold a few things to raise money.

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Old 21st Jul 2009, 11:27   #131
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My Oil Immersion PC with Industrial AC Unit

whoops, didn't read the rules the first time... by golly that was stupid.



That's the main PC, with it's new shiny lid on. The following pictures show stages of completion and the AC unit that once I get a decent pump is going to be my main cooling method.

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Old 22nd Jul 2009, 16:46   #132
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A quick picture off my nearly complete Cosmos S

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Old 22nd Jul 2009, 23:39   #133
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Not modded internally, But I do sign writing for a Living her is what i have done to my case.



I can Print off what ever images or create them to add to the panels and front.

the vented area took over 2 hours too cut out all the holes, I had saw fingers at the end of it and i think it was worth my while doing it. i am not too happy with the front and will change that soon.

I am hoping that within the next few month i have bought my own machine and setup shop my self.
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Old 28th Jul 2009, 04:38   #134
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Project Cobra-Matic
Found Case mod
1951 Zenith H664 Cobra-matic phonograph





Motherboard: Gigabyte 965PDQ6
Processor: Intel Q6600
Video Card:Gigabyte 9800GT
Memory: Corsair XMS2 4GB
Power Supply: Seasonic S12 550
HD: WD SE16 250GB
Cooling:
Thermalright XP-90C CPU Cooler
Antec Bigboy 200mm fan
Arctic Cooling 92mm fan

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Old 1st Aug 2009, 07:58   #135
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Old 5th Aug 2009, 17:55   #136
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A project I recently completed, the "Melodious RedBox". Painted car metallic Maroon red and encrusted with Swarovski crystals.

Generic components, Intel E5200, Asus P5kPL-AM/PS + 4Gb TeamXtreme DDR2, 500gb HDD.

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Old 5th Aug 2009, 19:44   #137
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modded laptop

ok here you go this is my toshibia laptop was bored with it this summer i know you are only suposed to have one pic but i only have two pics total so hope you dont mind this took about two weeks to do





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Old 8th Aug 2009, 11:34   #138
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Fibreglass Case - Scratch Build

Some of you might recognise this from CustomPC magazine's Reader's Drives section earlier this year It's had a bit of a hardware upgrade since then.

Asus Maximus Extreme (ROG) Motherboard
Intel Q9450 @ 3.4GHz
4Gb OCZ Platinum Enhanced Bandwidth DDR3 @ 1700MHz
GeForce GTX260 (Overclocked Considerably!)

2x 500Gb Sata II in Raid0 system drive
3x 1Tb Sata II in Raid0 storage drive

Thermaltake Toughpower 700W PSU

2x Triple Thermochill radiator loops cooling CPU, NB, SB, VRM's and GPU

Case is 100% homemade from fibreglass. The project log is still up here.





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Old 10th Aug 2009, 11:54   #139
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here some pics of my casemod Nvidia Li:
obviously it's not done. the 8500GT on the pic has already been switched for a GTX275.



switches on the back controll the leds and CCFL's.
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Old 14th Aug 2009, 21:53   #140
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Hi all,

Here are my first mods:
First Tribals Alien, created from highdensity PU foam, covered with polyester resin an spraypainted in scarabeepaint (purple/green)
The spine is hollow and houses the Watercoolingparts



My recent mod is an Hellraiser inspired cube, with lasercut aluminium panels on lexan, covering approx 100 RGB leds , controlled bij touchsensitive microcontrollers




Buildlog will appear on request and on www.tribalmind.nl

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