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Project - ALU

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by dark_luna, 14 Feb 2005.

  1. bort

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    not too shabby! nice work
     
  2. dark_luna

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  3. Bluefan

    Bluefan test 123

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    No doubt these cases will end up looking very good, they're certainly shining! :thumb:
     
  4. Neo4

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    great projects, congratilations
     
  5. dark_luna

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    nice, it looks good, but why dont you speak in your updates, lot of pics but very little explanations
     
  7. Sanatarium

    Sanatarium The Artist Formerly ATi_Loyalist

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    pictures are worth 1000 words anyways...
    Nice work on the passive PSU solution, are you at all concerned about heat from the other components on the board? Those produce a considerable amount of heat as well.
     
  8. rool

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    Very nice, but I'd say go with another fan grill. Perhaps mounted on the inside the front plate.
     
  9. roachm

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    He should reverse mount that one so you only see the round part not the 4 pieces sticking out to the screw location. ;O

    Other than that, sexy
     
  10. antoniohawk

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    For some reason, I think that the fan grill actually adds to the overall look. Just my opinion, your rig.
     
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    I agree with you. I think that the grill looks good that way. I dont know how to explain it but i just think that if he hid the screws and internally mounted the grill it would look bad.
     
  12. dark_luna

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    PUH!

    just one more pci slot left and the i/o plate...
     
  13. Mace

    Mace Ohh, it stings.

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    ^ Mmm. Thick aluminum, I love thick slabs of aluminum o_O

    Nice project btw ;)
     
  14. dark_luna

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    Isnt that backwards. Shouldnt upwards part be next to the slot so you can screw the PCI card into place though it.
     
  16. dark_luna

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    Nice cutting and filing :thumb: . Nice idea with the PSU.
     
  18. mrhanky

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    nice clean mod
     
  19. dark_luna

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  20. Rufus-Seal

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    :D w00t, looks nice .. But i have a question, does the freezer 4 cools good? What are the tempps with the freezer 4 and the boxed cooler? Because i think i am also gonna buy that cpu-cooler;):)
     

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