Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by greensabbath, 23 Mar 2006.
Dude your skilz are AWESOME!!!! I don't want to say keep it up, course i know you'll do that
thanks for the sites
That's the word which comes to mind when looking at the assembled frame of the case. If you didn't know the proportions, you could think some of the pictures were architectural photographs from a modern style house. Kind of needless to say, but the mesh is my favorite part of this mod, damn that thing looks good.
To sum up, the case looks fantastic, great work once again Nick.
just the mobo back plate is simply awsome but following on with the rest is just damn amazing
when this is finished, and even now it is just fantastic
I envy you so much...
Awesome! Would give the project 10 stars... if only I could.
I'd actually keep the I/O shield un-painted. makes for a good contrast against the black.
Is the I/O panel matching the mesh inside? Looks different in the pictures.
Mod on, I'll be watching.
Oh. And the black came out really well.
Thank you everyone very very much. All of the comments from you guys over the last couple years is one of the things that makes projects like this worth it and actually possible.
The I/o sheild in then photos was actually bare aluminum but sanded and with the flash it made it look darker than it actually was. I already painted it black which will match all the plastic fan parts and such. I considered then two tone look on everything but I felt that it might be too distracting and I would have had to match the white of the powder coat (which is actually a textured off-white color) in order for it to work.
Thanks very much again everyone, this project should be complete within two weeks, in time for the buy.com LAN party in Anaheim CA where it will be unveiled (Sangaku will be there too).
Looks fantastic. The RAM cooler cover looks awesome too, as does the powdercoating
Damn powder coat looks so much better than I ever imagined! Fantastic!
great work !
Wow, super awesome!
Really love that mesh, but got kind of shocked when I checked the prize on that site you linked!
Keep it up, this will be beautiful
Great work man... The cover of the ram cooler looks awesome.
dahm... mi liky... mi liky a lot
I've been planning for a while now to build a wooden case for one of these, and I have to say that reading through this log has been a massive inspiration.
I was planning on using pine originally (because it's easy to get hold of) but after seeing this I'm very tempted to go with maple, if I can find somewhere that sells it...
welcome to bit-tech Napalm Llama! ( awsome name made me lol)
look around at local hardware stores they usually carry wood. also try bigger stores like home depot and such( dunno if u have home depot in UK)
Hm...aren't the ram-fans a 'little' noisy?
yeah I would think that as well...
but it looks superb with the wooden cover...
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