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[Case Gallery] Project Anemone

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by mashie, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. mashie New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Shuttle FV25 motherboard, Celeron 1200, 256MB RAM, 40GB HDD, integrated video, Soundblaster Live!

    Convertion of a 1946 Bush DAC 90 Radio to a home entertainment PC. For visual effect two 10 channel audio spectrum analyzer embedded in clear resin have been installed in the old speaker hole while an LCD provide track information.
     
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    Looks like a friggen toaster at first glances, but neat idea.

    -Dan
     
  3. zAAm

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    My thoughts exactly djbbenn... What do you have stacked up there?
     
  4. mashie New Member

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    Just read the worklog and it will all become clear :)
     
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    nice u think it would suffer from heat but it looks good
     
  6. JaMin Guest

    Nice mod. I'm very impressed. Nice craftmanship.
     
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    Nice Pc No Joke

    I like your case, or toaster or radio w/e. then i started to read and noticed it was an intel :S to bad there is not a negative vote or that would be mine? i hope you like getting riped of and your money stolen g/j a hole. :) have a nice day!
     
  9. hellbirdman New Member

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    peice ol shit mb an processor but very cool mod.
    I gave u a 9.

    hell
     
  10. feldm4n New Member

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    I dig your mod man. It is nicely built for sure, and im sure you put soe time and energy into it to say the least.
     
  11. mortal New Member

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    Nice. But can you submit bigger pictures?
     
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    Neato, I like it alot, but the heat... ooo
     
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    This is either genius or madness. 9.



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  14. belkincp New Member

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    I voted 5/10 because:

    wheres the dvddrive..and looks classic..but the wood is not as beautifully designed as i would want it
     
  15. Christopher Burson New Member

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    I voted 10/10 because:

    Not easy to do. tried it myself - Great color and light effects.
     
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    I voted 4/10 because:

    Not a fan of the design
     
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    I voted 10/10 because:

    This is one of those projects I would love to do, but would not have the tools or training to do justice... Awesome work.
     

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