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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by W1zzard, Aug 28, 2005.

  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs change every other day ;)

    I was getting tired of stuff lying everywhere when reviewing products, so I decided to build my own tech station. Total cost is about $35 for the metal frame. The motherboard tray is salvaged from an old ATX case @ the electronics dump. The Plexi sheet on top is removable for easier access to the PSU cables.
     
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    Thats a good idea, nice job on the building of it. :D

    -Dan
     
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    It's made for function, not style, and it serves its purpose. I like it.
     
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    I'm proud of him for having a LanParty in it when he took the pics... :D

    -Dan
     
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    wow nice rig (rig) ya got there ;)

    lol is that the golden orb 2 lmao why havent you thrown that thing away doesnt it cool like crap?
     
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    it cools good enough for no-overclocking and is very quiet.

    its big weight make it easy to "install" .. just put it on top of cpu without screwing down :)
     
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    it's reminds me of aquarium..blah blah blah blahhh...
     
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    :D i like the style very nice due t the fact i install hardware once a week i guess i hav eto build a new case :S
     
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    Simple, cost efficient ... does the job it was intended to do .... hmmmm cheater :p
    need to make one of those myself.... :)
     
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    I voted 2/10 because:

    Test stations don't count. There used for temporary troubleshooting methods and not for 24/7 use.
     

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