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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by MKmods, Mar 10, 2008.

  1. MKmods Case Mod Guru

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    I keep getting PMs for my older comps so I thought I would post a few of them here.

    This was my first as my Qpack was just too messy inside
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    My Bro gave me some Legos for Xmas so I made a really SFF comp
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    I got bored with the Lego comp with wheels so I made an aquarium
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    Than I made this one from Perforated steel
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    People were asking for alum so I made this one out of Perforated Alum with CarbonFiber
    I also made my own cooling blocks.
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    A-freakin-mazing!!!!!!
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    Aweeesssooommmmeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Very nice man.

    Havent seen you around in a while (since you helped me with my PSU :p) Welcome back :)
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    Fitseries3 Eleet Hardware Junkie

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    what is that???? a radiator? where did you get that and how well does it perform? that looks sweet!
  6. MKmods Case Mod Guru

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    It is an oil cooler made by Russell Performance, it performs much better than a reg rad as flow of coolant/air is better.
    I designed the comp case around it and the mobo (the Asus P5E N SLI was narrower than reg mobos so it allowed me to use the rad in a case only 10" wide.)

    I was on walk about....:)

    Thanks Pinchy
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    Fitseries3 Eleet Hardware Junkie

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    wow.... looks awesome. thanks for the response!
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    we truly live in an amazing time..Pretty much what we can dream up is possible. My little Lego comp wasa built with one of the early VIA comps that used used nvidia 5200PCI for graphics, the new ones can use Quad cores and PCIX 16 cards..

    That comp taught me quite a bit about power consumption and wiring.

    Thanks btarunr
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    I modded my cheap case sometime lastmonth still going.I wonder whether to call it modding.Awesome!!!!
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  11. MKmods Case Mod Guru

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    Thank you..One thing about modding in general, we all have different tastes and abilities.
    (modded cheap cases are my favorites:cool:)
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    mk your oldies still impress
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    wow holy .....
    excellent work there, I'm interested in modding.....
    maybe I'll start taking apart an old case and messing w/it
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