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[Case Gallery] BF 2 Navy Seal

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by -=G.G.Miku=-, Apr 11, 2007.

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    Processor: Intel Pentium D 930 @ 3.5Ghz (4Mb Cache, Dual Core)
    Ram:2048MB Infineon DDR2 PC667
    Graphics: Sapphire X1900GT
    Mainboard: ASUS P5ND2 SE
    Harddisc: Samsung Spinpoint 250GB
    Trekstore 160GB Extern
     
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    EviLZeD New Member

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    wow that camo looks awesome 8/10 atm can you get more pics? :)
     
  3. FAXA New Member

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    Love the camo...any pics of the inside?
     
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    GREAT job, love it 8/10...
     
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    Mount up! hehe. Very nice. 7 here.
     
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    nice paint job...

    8/10 here

    check mine
     
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    Great paint job!!
    Gonna do something similar myself shortly, just a slightly different colour and pattern. Its nice to see that camo works on a large oblong box. Has given me the guts to get the damn thing started!!! 8/10
     
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    Nice job soldier!
     
  9. KennyT772

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    Take a few more pics of the interior and post those, preferably with some wire management done to keep healthy airflow. As far as the exterior goes that is beautiful. How did you do that? Paint? Case Skin?
     

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