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[Case Gallery] CuboPC 5

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by cubopc, Oct 20, 2011.

  1. cubopc New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Processador Intel® Atom™ Dual Core 330 integrado, HD SATA SEAGATE 320GB, 2GB DDRII Markvision 800MHZ

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    Built with pieces of acrylic and metal - Using recycled material. Size 100mm height - 270mm width x 270mm depth.
     
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  2. bezerra New Member

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    I voted 9/10 because:

    por que achei diferente e e o meu voto 9
     
  3. thiagonar New Member

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    I voted 10/10 because:

    achei q fico legal tava pensado em fazer isso para o xobx 360
     
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    I voted 1/10 because:

    Near 2012. It means ur ugly (-_-)
     
  5. ale2580 New Member

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    I voted 10/10 because:

    it's very cool!!! and very puzzling!

    loleafidas,man, you just talk bulls*it!

    you don't know how hard it build things with acrilic. it's a really very good job
     
  6. cubopc New Member

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    Eu respeito sua opinião, mais acho que o senhor foi um pouco precipado em seu votação !

    I respect your opinion, but I think you were a little precipitation in your vote!
     
  7. cubopc New Member

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    I respect your opinion, but I think you were a little precipitation in your vote!
     
  8. Daniela.z New Member

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    I voted 9/10 because:

    I voted 9 because I liked!
     
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    I voted 2/10 because:

    Nice idea, badly executed.
     
  10. loleafidas New Member

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    I dun have any precipitation at all, man. I've so confused when I voted 1 'cuz that is an unrespected points to a creation of ur. But u dun pay attention to cable management (this is an important spot), color tone of hardware (including cable, fans, screws), every small details in ur rig need to be cared 'cuz u construct the rig with acrylic n ppl can c all details inside.
    P/s: u should make an acrylic I/O shield that will replacin' ur old shield, replacin' all standard metal screws by Poly screws, buyin' sum blue UV fans, blue UV SATA cable, Blue UV MDPC sleeve (Aqua) for sleevin' PSU, reset, power, v..v... cable, coverin' a new chasis for PSU by using acrylic.
    PEACE Amigo :)
     
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    good RIG

    hi, i think that you show good work.
    PC made from expensive cases and componets plus some lights and cable management (which is usually for nothing) are really dumb. This is your design and its ok. It seems that the rig is pretty quiet too. (but in fact those components can work without active cooling).
    I like your older rigs as well.
    (I learned something from your rigs so i was able design my PC.)
    You work with older comopnents and i appreciate it.

    PS: some people can dislike it but i must say: your wor is NOT wortless !
    To give you 1/10 (which means worthless) is really mistake. your score should be around 8/10 I think.

    Im looking forward to your next work ! good luck and thank you.
     
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    I voted 9/10 because:

    great build, cheap rig with awesome acrylic skills, its not about the parts..its the work you put in!
     
  13. elvinang New Member

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    I voted 1/10 because:

    ... i saw many other better looking and better speck pc's
     
  14. chvostoskok

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    nice rig !
     
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  15. cubopc New Member

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    Thank you for encouragement, hugs!

     
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    I voted 2/10 because:

    A transparent case can make a computer look like a piece of art if done right. In this instance, it just doesn't work.
     
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    I voted 9/10 because:

    I voted 9 that creative thought and to encourage new work
     
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    cool
     

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