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G-gnome's Orac³ - Part 1

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by G-gnome, 23 Aug 2003.

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  1. mashie

    mashie The one and only

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    Simple, put the images on your own server and don't do direct linking to the image on someone elses server.
     
  2. :: Phat ::

    :: Phat :: Oooh shakalaka!

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    The picture posted on your site points to www.bit-tech.net etc etc
    so whenever people see that picture on the site it is actually taking a little bit of bit-tech's bandwidth.

    While bit tech and G-Gnome thank you for the link, can you please edit the file path accordingly.
     
  3. Cheese

    Cheese Doc

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    Enough.

    AsEeL - please don't do it again without asking permission first.

    Now let's all get back to drooling over the piccies in this thread :)

    Rob.
     
  4. Rich_13

    Rich_13 New Member

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    this is a amazing mod mate, how much is it costing in total? that what i want to know :eeek: .
     
  5. JeffPH

    JeffPH New Member

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    Gnome great job dude :) awesome mod and ORIGINALITY:).

    ill be waiting for the updates

    congrats dude
     
  6. AsEeL

    AsEeL New Member

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    Well, me too.
    I still hope G gnome is going to awnser my questions about: how keeping it clean and dustfree.

    [SIZE=0.5]as for bit tech, i will upload the pic @ own site[/SIZE]
     
  7. sambo

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    this has to be the best mod EVER

    its not like the normal tacky half done mod its beutifull.

    its also so original good job mate.

    will u sell it.

    if so id be intersted :eeek:
     
  8. [[ZarK]]

    [[ZarK]] New Member

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    i know for he is dificult to post because he has a 56k modem so i gess its only this weaken that he is going to give some aswers but porr men so many peple making questions giv him some slack plese hes the king of pexi


    RESPECT........:clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

    thats what he deservs



    Ps: sorry the bad englis :waah: :waah: :duh:
     
  9. zoom314

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    Your english is fine, Your spelling is what's off, But thats ok, I'm not that good sometimes either.:D
     
  10. jimmy the fish

    jimmy the fish New Member

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    Fantastic project. I love those hose clamps!
     
  11. sambo

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    *goes off to B&Q* :hip:
     
  12. malcs

    malcs oops! i put a hole in the ***** :(

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    actually this is a truly stunning project-- why isn't there some kind of award for excellent projects such as

    Most Improved

    Exellent Project


    and then BiT could commision some casebadges as well :)


    but still G-Nome that is one amazing project!!!
     
  13. maeterlinck

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    B&Q..?? You're having a laugh, you'll be lucky to find hose there! (and Homebase is worse). I trauled them at the beginning of my project they don't carry that sort of thing.

    About the most useful modding item they have is aluminium extrusion. A brilliant modding matterial :D
     
  14. sambo

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    well the B&Q i know sells shower heads with the silver shiny piping including :p

    or am i getting something wrong here :clap:
     
  15. mrplow

    mrplow obey the fist!!

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    hell he only posted one image ffs, its what most news posts have.




    anyway, this is probably the best project i've seen yet, truly amazing work. stunningly cleanly executed, almost perfect... no, perfect!

    awesome.

    :thumb: :dremel:
     
  16. [[ZarK]]

    [[ZarK]] New Member

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    i just want to see what he is going to do whith the ide cables , bord end that big thing that powers the motherbord...:blush: :eyebrow: :idea:
     
  17. GT3_GOD

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    I think hes using S-ATA cables and so he can hide them in shower head tubing :)
     
  18. AsEeL

    AsEeL New Member

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    Hmmm... I realy would like to see how he 's going to integrate his pump and rad. If it goes like the rest, its going to be awsome.
    For his mobo i think he will build around a chrome "box" where all conections are made, so he can easily plug on all the plugs...

    I'm looking forward to see the rest of this peace of art
     
  19. NiHiLiST

    NiHiLiST New-born car whore

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    That's what I was thinking, a chrome shell around the board with some sort of airflow through it and openings for PCI cards, CPU heatsink etc. Then all the ports would be put in really nicely along one edge or something.

    We'll just have to see, I'm sure it'll be stunning whatever he's got up his sleeve.
     
  20. NIPPLES

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    ummmm...

    I just don't know what to say... this is my first post, heard about it from [H] a couple days ago, and well... that's almost the exact idea i am working on for my first modded case....

    really simple yet, very cool, and a lot of time invested.

    i don't think i can say anything else... mabey i'll post something like this when i actually get around to starting my case... i even have my computer running out of the case already, mainly due to this thread. kinda got my arse in at least first gear!! hehe
     
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