EVGA Classified SR-2 Case

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December 4th 2010
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Superb (8.3)
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Key Features:
High Rated Scratch Build
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System Specs:
  • Form factor HPTX (EVGA's SR-2)
  • Dimensions 46 x 27 x 35 inches (HxWxD)
  • Weight 161 pounds
  • Materials Solid red oak and oak veneer plywood, .10-inch aluminum sheet, .125-inch angle, all stainless steel fasteners
  • Finish black wood stain with wipe-on polyurethane, black powder coating
  • Two PSUs
  • 37 x internal 5.25-inch drive bays
  • Two custom radiator mounting brackets to hold 4 x 140x4 radiators
Performed Mods:
Handcrafted from scratch.
A commissioned oak and aluminum case.
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14 Comments on EVGA Classified SR-2 Case

#1
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
Why is it as big as a rack server??
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#2
Easy Rhino
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DaMulta
Why is it as big as a rack server??
why not?
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#3
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
Easy Rhino
why not?
true true
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#4
Soylent Joe
Jesus that thing is huge! I knew it was big, but you never gave anything to compare it to in the build log. Just epic.

Will you ever be installing hardware into it?
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#5
SrGnT Chaos
(9/10) Good God man!!!!!!! I could fit my wife and kid in that thing (comfortably). Looks like it would hold more than the average techy could use on a daily basis but either way very nice workmanship. I'd love to build a case like that but if I give more attention to my rig than my spousal unit, I'll be spending even more time signing divorce papers. ;)
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#6
pentastar111
Wow!! Lots of room to play with, very classy looking, you could put radiators and pumps for EVERY component you could think of in that peice of art! 10/10
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#7
Johnny87au
wow its huge, didnt think it was that big :D
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#8
cadaveca
My name is Dave
Johnny87au
wow its huge, didnt think it was that big :D
That's what she said!
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#9
gunsmoke
WOOOW you can drop some hard were in that case,
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#10
Dangerxxx
I voted 6/10 because:

super big casse...
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#11
Spotswood
Dangerxxx
I voted 6/10 because:

super big casse...
That's funny because the size of the case was specified by my client.
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#12
t77snapshot
10/10 for all your hard work..that case is going to be epic when it's all built.
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#13
MoonPig
10 from me. Watched this Log closely and this is a mod, and a fucking awesome one at that!

Take note people, this is true talent.
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#14
scottadam
woww.. big case for big motherboard... very2 impressive.. nice job bro.. 10/10 :)
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