These are holders for very long PCI Cards, e.g. some SCSI-RAID cards where very long
I thought this too, because I've learned lacing at my vocational training in 1990.
O.k. we didn't use it very often but sometimes, if we had to...
>http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/motherboards/2009/08/04/amd-785g-integrated-graphics-chipset/1]new[/url] 785G chipset
I once found a cleaning kit for keyboards (sponge, cleaning liquid) which you can clean your TFT too (similar to this one...
I always liked symmetry, so these four cases will definitely be great.
From the Discworld novels i've got these:
Death, War, Famine and...
Some clever ideas you've got there :thumb:.
Especially your HD-rack is something I always thought off (but never tried :rolleyes: ). It would fit...
I like the design and the execution :thumb: . If only I had such skills :(
That is indeed the case. New equipment has to be soldered leed-free, which is why the solder doesn't melt as easy as a few years earlier....
How about this one. its's and AC voltmeter, but with some fine electronics it should be possible to display other things too.
Here are some...
I could think of a big analog gauge which shows e.g. harddisk activity and/or cpu usage.
A dirt cheap and fast way would be to fasten the PSU by some mainboard struts a little outside of the case.
Not pretty but secure.
i would sugest you build a cheep fileserver with the new version of OpenSolaris. It's got the new ZFS filesystem with which...
Holy cow, that thing is huge.
Just two little questions:
1. Have you ordered your own reactorcore by now?
2. How will you transport that...
I absolutely agree with the above.
[IMG] I'm not worthy!
I like this build. :thumb:
Gives me some ideas for my own two PCs which should go on the underside of a table.
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