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Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by ferox, 2 Feb 2004.

  1. BadOldMan

    BadOldMan New Member

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    /hits knees in abject supplication......

    Please oh mighty modder, oh great creator of the silent one tell me your components, tell me your methods.......

    </grovelling>

    VERY nice job dude! Any thought to doing a how to??




    P.S. I WANT ONE!!!!!! :waah:
     
  2. BlackJaX

    BlackJaX New Member

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    what tools did you use to cut exact squares/holes, etc.


    i've been using dremel blade to aluminum/lucite... takes ages... impossible to get a nice cut... how did you do all your cutting?
     
  3. 3N1GM4

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    love the look of the case, and love the idea behind it... hope it works out for you...
     
  4. djengiz

    djengiz Pointless.

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    My compliments Sir!
     
  5. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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    very very good - will really benefit from the black-sleeving on the wires, and the removal of that yellow sticker.
    very interested to see what OS and other software you put on there...
     
  6. fuzzygoblin

    fuzzygoblin New Member

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    very cool machine man i love it, a couple of questions/toughts, please remove that yellow stick asap (i know you intend to so dont say :read: ), witht eh sd card that you are running your os off i didnt know you could do that its a cool idea, i mght do it, i asume its your "c" drive, woulnt thsi mean all the temp files would be saaved hears meaning lots of writes meaning brakey???, i love you dremmel skills very good, i ont really know the correect techneqs(spelling) so mine is nevewr verry clean (maybe you could enliten me), lastly you never tol us what the cpu temp is when you are encoding or watching a movie.

    nice work oh fellow nerd
     
  7. papeniglio

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    :clap: :clap: Very nice work! :clap: :clap:

    I really like the blue glow around the optical drive slot. :thumb:
     
  8. Sc0rian

    Sc0rian Here comes the farmer

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    hehe thanks cool mate. nice work;). Like the sound sybol at top
     
  9. bsodmike

    bsodmike Banned

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    :jawdrop: :jawdrop:

    Very nice, love the clean look :clap:
     
  10. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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    was just wondering if you could give a link to that thread - I would like to see what people have come up with.
     
  11. ferox

    ferox New Member

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    HERE is the thread, not that many good suggestions yet, but i have to announce a winner soon!
     
  12. I'm_Not_A_Monster

    I'm_Not_A_Monster Hey, eat this...

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    wow, i really need to brush up on my computer slang. that looks like a whole different language! :D
     
  13. legoman666

    legoman666 Beat to fit, paint to match.

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    looks great dude, Id love to have a case like that. Passive cooling rules :thumb:
     
  14. Providence

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    Very very good work man. You might consider tidying the wires as it look messy as hell in there. Wire looms, even braided sleeving (if you have the time and money). I really like the entire idea behind the case. As far as the heatsinks, how are the temperatures doing now that you have those screens?
     
  15. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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    true, I was expecting more like the following:
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    edit: eep - that's big!
     
  16. SpeedFreak

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    my hat goes of to you sir - thats some top quality moddage :naughty: :rock:
     
  17. white modder

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    o m g nice work m8
     
  18. friskies

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    :eeek: Wow! ser bra ut. Rent, funksjonelt design. Og ingen bevegelige deler! nice
     
  19. toand

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    Gorgeous case, love aluminium.
    Very well done!
    :D
     
  20. daria

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    That is the nicest passive cooled case i`ve ever seen ... Very good work. :rock: :rock: :rock: :rock: :rock: :clap: :clap: :brrr: :brrr: :jawdrop: :jawdrop:
     

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