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[Case Gallery] NEO-Toy

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by LengVang, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. LengVang Guest

    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    i7 975
    GeForce GTX 275
    ASUS P6T Deluxe
    6GB DDR3 Corsair
    2-1T Seagate (Raid 1)
    Sumsang Slim DVD
    Swiftech pump and CPU block
    2 radiators
    EasyWatch Temps/Fans speed (CPU, case, video)
    NEO Shifters Hydrax Energy Base (toy)

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    Performance? I don't know. These are the top of the line components I can find at the time. Vista indexed 5.9.

    I just need another PC to play "modern" video games. My other PC also posted here the "Hub-pot" couldn't play today's games any more. Hope you like it.

    Cheer!
  2. Soylent Joe

    Soylent Joe New Member

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    Very cool and different. Don't you mean GeForce GTX 275 instead of 975?
  3. LengVang Guest

    Yes, sorry. 275.
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    what the hell is that thing?
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    weird choice for a case; but it works and looks great. but you need to get better shots to reveal the W/C and Cable management. Although it would be hard to get a decent cable management in that case/toy whatever. Nice job
    and what are the temps you get on this one?
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    9/10

    Is that thing really a toy? (assemble toy like lego, etc). If so, its a 10 from me. that res on top looks cool also.
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    At first I thought: What the fudge is that thing?
    Then, I looked closer. Now I think: What the freaking fudge is that thing :p
    Cool idea man, really refreshing.
  8. LengVang Guest

    It is (was) a NEO Shifters toy. Removed the center column, but all pieces are use to incorporate into the PC. The Swiftech pump is inside the top under the radiator. I will try to get better pictures. The temperature readout on the CPU never exceeds 45C, no matter what are running. I throtle it up to 3.7g and the CPU temp jumps to about 55C on heavy load (Left for Dead - full frame/full speed). The problem I have now is the video card temp. I'm looking to put a water block video on it.

    Happy toying...
  9. LengVang Guest

    Oh, and the ball encasted in weird black plastic pieces (inside a NEO-Docking port) is the water reservoir, on the left side of the PC. The ball is a clear plastic from a Xmas ornanment super glued and sealed together. The ball has 5 blue LED under it; it grows blue when turn on. The fan you see on the right is CoolMaster, cut off all housing and just zip-tied inside the NEO-Docking circle. Both of the toy each has a Docking port (circle).

    The idea is build it cheap, but functional. I planned to add more light (LEDs) when I have a bit more time.
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    weird. i like weird. 7/10
  11. slingMan Guest

    i like it..9/10 for the wierd looking thing. you're such a nerd. brilliant idea.
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    Amazing looking, looks kinda like the antec one.. I think the name was skull or something like that, only yours is far better looking :)

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