Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Tim S, 11 Aug 2008.
It is just a weak excuse to get more pics of the case
why do the final shots have blue quick releases versus black?
Am i going completely mad, or are there a couple of pumps missing from those pictures ?
Sweet looking thing.
can any 1 see hdd's or dvd rom there...?
That's realy great job done there, so coollooking PC, awesome!
Anyone know what motherboard and PSU used there?
Yeah if you could get those pictures swapped Brett that would be appreciated
Thanks again for all the feedback, its had nothing but high praise from start to finish which really made it all worth while and hopefully i'll have something similar in the pipeline pretty soon
Thanks again and heres a few of the final pictures in case Brett doesn't find the time to swap em....
None with the Intel logo on?
Unfortunately not at present as the Intel Logo was finished literally minutes before the case was collected for i34 but i do have a few from the event itself and i got to get new pictures taken for MDPC so will amend as soon as they are taken care of.
TFT still not working either!!!
where was the harddrive hidden? The problem with all these beautifully looking mods is that they never really have all the components that practical day to day computers have. With all those components gone it's easy to make it look clutter-free and tidy.
My computer (a Lian Li PC-101B Midi tower case) is stuffed with 7 harddrives, a 8800GTS card with extra power going from the PSU to it. The power cables alone amounts to some serious cable clutter, I managed to get the SATA cables a bit out of the way by getting some longer cables so I can route them behind and along the motherboard plate.
I guess that particular case isn't well designed for clutter-free cabling.
Most of all ,I like the "Army look " of the Coolermaster PSU
Wow. Amazing Mod.
Its absolutely beautiful. So shiny!
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