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[Case Gallery] Wooden case

Skriks

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Specs:
Upgraded to Intel E6400
2 gigs ddr2 800
Asus 9400gt 1gig (HDMI Version)
Msi G31 Main Board
Gigabyte 450 Watt
Seagate 1TB
Microsoft IR remote
Roll up rubber keyboard

Mods:
Created high airflow with 3 80mm fans 2 input (1 on each side) with filters.
Going to drop the fans voltage as they can get noisy.
I ran the MB tray on a draw runner so access is easy to the unit.

I like how the pespex top turned out just a pitty i dont see it much as it goes in a cabinet.
Also used 2 blue leds behind the knobs(1 is the power the other is the reset.)representing power and HDD.
Turned a chest of draws into a TV cabinet(cut the legs off put bun feet, made the top draw into a shelf but it still closes, then cut a hole in the back to get to cabilng, I need to sort the cabling out.)
I want to do my HAF932 next!!!!
 
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Motherboard Zotac 890GX-ITX WiFi||Lenovo 8918CTO
Cooling Stock 3x 120's||Stock stuff
Memory 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 6-6-6-15||3GB DDR2
Video Card(s) Asus 3870x2||nVidia Quadro NVS 140M
Storage 1TB Seagate Barracuda, 1x 2TB WD EARX ||Hitachi 160GB 7200RPM
Display(s) Samsung T260HD||
Case SilverStone Grandia GD05||
Audio Device(s) on-board||on-board
Power Supply Cooler Master 450W||6-cell
Software Windows 7 Pro x64||Windows 7 Pro x64/Linux Mint x64
Nice craftsmanship! Looks very nice!
 

Duke_GuRu

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Memory 2x2GB OCZ Fatal1ty DDR2 Dual-Channel Kit
Video Card(s) Sapphire HD4890 1GB
Storage 1x160GB + 1x500GB + 1xTB + 1x500GB External
Display(s) 22" Widescreen BenQ Full-HD + 32" SAMSUNG LCD
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Love it, I've designed my case but still haven't started building yet; you gave me the spark I needed nice job man.
maybe try to build it with Aluminum and give it a sexy color that's what I may go for(Just an idea) 8/10 because of the wood, maybe in 5 mins of thinking I would give you a 10/10.
 

Binge

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Power Supply Corsair HX-1000
Very cool. I love stylish boxes, and you're even using air filters to keep out the dust! You thoughtful guy you... Real men usually clean their PCs daily with brushes made from man-beards just to show their love for machines, but I guess you have more important things to do!
 
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that is exactly how i want my case to be.
nice :)
 

Skriks

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Very cool. I love stylish boxes, and you're even using air filters to keep out the dust! You thoughtful guy you... Real men usually clean their PCs daily with brushes made from man-beards just to show their love for machines, but I guess you have more important things to do!

Hi thanks for your comment.
Just to let you know the filters do a great job, the pics u saw where of it after 18 months of running in a cabinet and i didnt even brush it.
I know what u mean that real men brush there PCs.(I have a HAF and thats alot of work to keep clean.)
I have posted more pics and will keep doing so.
 
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