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[Case Gallery] BATTLEFIELD 2 (update ...paintjob)

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by bravoure, Dec 29, 2005.

  1. bravoure New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    amd 64 4400+ x2
    2gb pc3200 ddr ram corsair pro
    ati x1900xtx !!
    2 x 160 gb s-ata hdd maxtor

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    made this case myself ..it's an scaled model of the ABRAMS m1a2 tank 1:85

    case made for my favorite game
    BATTLEFIELD 2
     
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    Very nice job... must get some nice comments at lan parties.

    -Dan
     
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    Did you make the tank yourself too, or was that already a model/toy? Either way awesome mod man.
     
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    That's too f'ken cool! Congrats on it man! What's the air circulation inside like?
     
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    very impressive indeed !
     
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    nice i like it it has that style that nothing has on the forms
     
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    Very nice! Is the turret motorized?
     
  8. bravoure New Member

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    made the tank myself with the use of a scaled blueprint of the real deal

    and the turret is motorised to turn left and right
    i wanted the turret to move on my mouse movement but i have no idea on how to do that (ideas ?)

    and for the airflow i use 4 PAPST fans and i have a flow of 4500 Litres of air an hour
    (i dont know how to explain bit it is a lot of fresh cool air )
     
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    Great concept and execution!

    (Shame about the tank choice) =P

    Challenger II > ABRAMS ;)
     
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    wow
     
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    great job :) i like it a lot, especially that keyboard.... thats crazy
     
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    I'd really love to know who the hell is voting 1 all the time.

    Like i've said before, no cases here deserve a 1, so grow up. If your really that jealous, get your credit card out and build your own. You'll soon begin to appreciate these awsome cases as you struggle with yours.

    Anyway, back on topic:

    You could write a small program in VB to run a motor off the parallel printer port. The port itself doesn't provide enough power to turn a motor, and uses digital signals instead of analogue voltages, so you would need to design a circuit to change a signal into a positive or negative voltage, depending on which way you want it to turn and how fast. There's only roughly 5 of the god-knows-how-many-pins are in the paralell port that you will need to utilize, so don't be too put off. I'm sure you can find pin outs and circuit diagrams about that you could adapt to your specification.
     
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    Don't even worry about the 1's, when you do, the person that voted has done what they intended to do, get you mad... The way I look at is this; The person voting "1", either has very little respect or is just jealous cause their system can't compair. So take it as a complament, you just owned someone. ;)

    -Dan
     
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    ya seriously the person voting ones....:-@$$ dont get me started anyways my buddy has a digital camera and when he gets back from PA ill be able to show u guys my rig :D
     
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    Sweet!

    I just got a gigabyte cpu cooler, it kicks ass! I'll update the pictures on mine later. Got a solid OC of 4.2ghz from 3.2ghz with a max temp of 57c. =D
     
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    /has decided

    All people doing the "You deserve a 1 for my vote" simply put, must own stock off the shelf Dells, so we know how badly their lives suck because of this. Let's shower them with pity and remember, we have kick arse systems and they don't.

    Let's also all wave a upraised middle digit to these idiots and their piece of crap Dells. [​IMG]
     
  17. Byro Guest

    I dont know who keeps voting one's on all these comps none deserve a one, I woulda gave you an 8 but gave 10 to try and get up your avg. because those 1's are BS.
     
  18. Spinal C New Member

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    just wow lol
     
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    WORKLOG... lol i wanna see it...
     
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    Interesting thing. It only takes one person to enter all the "1" votes. Just look for a case mod that seems to have too many tens and is doing much better than it should be.
     
  21. HookeyStreet

    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    Thats AWESOME, well done :)
     
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    Nice Man!!
     
  23. nine7 Guest

    Excellent! would deserve a perfect 10 if there were some finer detail like giving the main gun a 'fired' look and maybe 'weathering' the paint.
     
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    That is the coolest i have seen. Thumbs up from Holland.
     
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    *bows*
     

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