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Modding WTX-Mod from Germany

Discussion in 'Modding' started by TrOubleShoOter, 6 May 2004.

  1. TrOubleShoOter

    TrOubleShoOter What's a Dremel?

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    Hey guys !

    I'm from Germany and only had english at school ...
    so I hope I dont do tooo much mistakes... :waah:

    At the original state it was a Chieftec 901 ... :duh:


    CPU
    : AMD Athlon XP 1800+ (Palomino)

    Mainboard
    : MSI KT3 Ultra (Rev 1.0)

    Ram
    : 2x 256MB DDR 333 Ram Cl2.5

    Grafikscard
    : MSI Geforce 4 Ti 4200 64MB Ram 8x AGP

    HDD
    : 160GB Samsung SP1604N

    LWs
    : Pioneer SlotIn DVD, LiteOn 52x Burner(?)

    PCI-Cards
    : Creativ Soundblaster 5.1 Live Digital, Netzwerkkarte


    here are some pics :

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    Sideview with lasered tribal
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    the special : the "wtx-mod" (mobo is turned)
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    Topview
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  2. stoned penguin

    stoned penguin What's a Dremel?

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    uber!

    i like it, very nice
    but ya might wanna clean up those wires a bit
     
  3. johnwilliams474

    johnwilliams474 Banned

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    very nice and don't worrie about the wires if any body needs to stragten up wires its me
     
  4. JRY

    JRY What's a Dremel?

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    nice m8!! :)
     
  5. TrOubleShoOter

    TrOubleShoOter What's a Dremel?

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    Thanks for your Comments !

    The wires are alredy straigten up ... but I have no cam at the moment :wallbash:

    tomorrow I'll fetch my new case from the post office - it's a Lian Li PC6077 :jawdrop: :hip: :D

    If anybody is interested in other projects just visit my homepage
     

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