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Modding Toolbox PC (pics thumbnailed)

Discussion in 'Modding' started by bmph8ter, 26 Jul 2003.

  1. bmph8ter

    bmph8ter What's a Dremel?

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    Hey, what's up? This is an old mod of mine (done about a year ago), but I actually borrowed a digicam this weekend and I thought everyone might like to see it. Up until a week ago, it was the web/ftp/email server for my house so excuse the dust.

    I'm hosting them @ home, so let me know if load times are terrible & I will move them. I also did a rush resize on them, so I can post bigger ones if need be.

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    Hope you like it.
     
  2. sik

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    It looks really small at first... But then looks really big.

    :/

    Still, love the barely plate look.

    :)
     
  3. wedgius

    wedgius What's a Dremel?

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    That is awesome. :D Certainly looks like it had good airflow; how were the temperatures?
     
  4. BioSniper

    BioSniper Minimodder

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    Looks pretty good although I think you need to clean out some of those fans :D
    Was it actually made from that metal or did you apply it itself.
    One more thing to note: Tidy the cables :D

    Nice job! :thumb:
     
  5. bmph8ter

    bmph8ter What's a Dremel?

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    Yeah, sitting on the bottom of a bookcase for a year really did it in. It actuall started life as an aluminium toolbox. http://www.homedepot.com/cmc_upload/HDUS/EN_US/asset/images/pii/9/2/8/5/A15829_3.JPG
    is a pic of the box before I started.
    That's a good question. The motherboard I used has no thermosistors at all (very odd), but it couldn't have been too bad. I don't ever remember it crashing unless I did something stupid.
     
  6. wedgius

    wedgius What's a Dremel?

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    :blah: Oh, well. Fan placement looks good to me, so as long as you weren't working in an 80-degree-ambient-plus room, it was probably pretty good. :)
     
  7. yodasarmpit

    yodasarmpit Modder

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    Looks like you gave it a good polish, its relly came up good.
     
  8. bmph8ter

    bmph8ter What's a Dremel?

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    Thanks, but I can't take credit for the shine as it was purchased that way.
     

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