Case Mod Guru
- Feb 26, 2008
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|System Name||Crossflow III|
|Processor||AMD 965 (4.04Ghz)|
|Motherboard||Asus Crosshair III|
|Memory||4 gigs Mushkin 7-7-7-20@1T|
|Video Card(s)||single 9800GT|
|Storage||Raptor 150's in Raid0|
|Display(s)||LG Flatron 24"|
|Audio Device(s)||AuzenTech X-Raider W/OP637|
|Power Supply||Custom modded Corsair 750HX|
|Software||Win 7 64/Solaris Utility|
|Benchmark Scores||3DMark06--21963 so far|
Mark are you shitting me? Legos?? Please tell me i'm seeing wrong. Is that a worlds first? Lego case thats insane dude. so simple, but yet so unique!
The cool part was i removed the stock junk Intel alum coolers and used a pair of copper ones I had laying around. With the silent Silverstone fan the temps were cut in half...
(only noise in the comp is the raptor)
I built it to run my NetFlix and MagicJack phone as it only needs 30 watts...
I never noticed what that was in his avatar. Truly crazy and takes serious skillz. man I wouldn't be able to build a legos case to save my damn life!
I am always joking when I go to lan parties that it dosent matter how cutting edge my mods are or how much they improve general case design everyone freaks out when they see the Lego mod (only takes like an hour to build) I am not sure how they saw it but the first one is all over (even on a Russian site) Here is one closer to home