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Modding WMD Part II by G-gnome

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by The_Pope, 22 May 2006.

  1. Hans Voralberg

    Hans Voralberg New Member

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    Im speechless, I worship you man, it's just so beautiful.
     
  2. nukm69

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    This Guy is a god among modders, I bow down to your skill
     
  3. teamtd11

    teamtd11 *Custom User Title*

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    *speachless* :D
     
  4. GoTaLL

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    damn that is so sweet, 1 of the most impressive works i seen in this genre.
     
  5. yodasarmpit

    yodasarmpit No longer the other Brett.

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    I'm almost at a loss for words.

    I love the way you didn't make everything symetrical, this way it tends to add some realism to the project.

    My only concern is the size of the timer, as you say it dominates the front, maybe just a tad too much.

    I must say I am somewhat in awe of this project.
     
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    Awesome! Been waiting for part 2 for so long now :)
    Thank you G-gnome :D
     
  8. The Bart Man

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    Darnn! This case, as I don't call it a mod anymore, is really really awsome!! Have been waiting for ever for this to finally hit the Bit-Tech site! And ow my god, it was really worth waiting for!! Big complimend on your work with the stainless steel, i know it is a real hard material to work with.

    You told about using a center for all the holes. I messed up several pieces of stainless steel because I used a center and hitt it to hard so the steel becomes so hard that is is almost impossible to drill. One aditions is using special drilling/cutting flued. This will help a bit but is smells nasty!

    Also great work with the keypad. Givin' the keypad that special tutch to really make it stand out! And the key, really cool!!

    One thing I also liked was the special made VGA card cooler! Really cool they made a special one for your project! Thats really sponsorship and support!
    Only the hdd coolers you use for the PSU's? Why not bring them to a local anodising shop and also get them in red!! Should look really in theme with the rest off the mod. You could also strip them frome the blue collor and dye them red.

    The ammount of detail is also really mind blowing. Even the cable bay and how you will connect the connectors to the mobo! I really like that kind of attention to detail!
    And what a nice colour theme!! Really cool.

    Was ORAC a new source off insperation for the modding community and can't discribe the impact of this case/mod!! Mind Blowing :thumb:
     
  9. dire_wolf

    dire_wolf Last Of The Dovakhiin

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    Great Job G-gnome :D

    it was definately worth the wait, the quality of yuor work is unsurpassed, you ARE the best case modder in the world, bar none :rock:
     
  10. stephen2002

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    I loved reading this one, so much excellent work and attention to detail. Now I can't wait for Part III. I want to see a video of it all lit up and humming :D
     
  11. jrs77

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    This just blew me away ;)

    I really like all the detail you put in this case. The key you made in the end just shows off, that you thoght about everything.
     
  12. Enforcer

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    I bid 1000$ US dollars for the finished product or 150$ US Dollars for the DIY Files!

    Kick Arse Case very sexy looking. Wonder if my local PD will let me do a few Bomb Scare Test with it? :)
     
  13. dire_wolf

    dire_wolf Last Of The Dovakhiin

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    just $1000? I bet some lottery winning toff will bid 20x that amount :D
     
  14. nleahcim

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    Very impressive work dude. One question: what color is the water going to be? I was just thinking how cool it'd be if you put some pulsating LEDs in the water where it is visible - so that the water looked like it was changing from red to black or something like that. Just a thought :)
     
  15. yodasarmpit

    yodasarmpit No longer the other Brett.

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    $1000, this aint some Dell system.
     
  16. shomann

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    I almost don't even feel qualified to comment on this... it's so complete and detailed that us plebians shouldn't even be allowed to drool over it!

    Great work. This is without a single doubt the best case I have ever seen. (yep, I even like it better than the almighty Orac).

    Looking forward to Pt III !

    Um, aren't the hundreds of M-type screws alone worth this? LOL
     
  17. Franklin

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    You did it with the Orac case and you have done it again :eeek: :eeek: :jawdrop: :jawdrop:

    Man would I love to see this mod in real life once.
     
  18. ZapWizard

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    Your attention to detail is almost sickening. Great job :thumb:
     
  19. Lazlow

    Lazlow I have a dremel.

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    It is big, but seeing as it takes inspiration from an atomic bomb, or a prop from hollywood, the size of the timer doesn't look as big. I especially like the idea of being able to set it at events as a countdown to the end.
     
  20. Vonpo

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    can I buy it ?? I would kill to have a this ! ITS JUST SIMPLY LOVE :rock:
     
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