the photos are taking standing on top of my bed, so the room is actually fairly big - it's just a sink in there, there's no toilet/shower and it's NOT a prison cell!!!
i'll make some pictures of the other side of the room seeing as everyone is so interested! xD
Ikea galant t-leg + half round extension piece + a monitor stand I made from an extension top + Capita 16mm legs.
Effektiv cupboards + grundtal lighting. Pretty pleased with it, quality of surface is yet to be tested though, although it looks a bit fragile :(
the Antec 1200 has 12 5.25" bays, so if you use 4 * 4-in-3 bay adaptors you can get 16 drives in there! but it's a pretty large case
alternatively, the Fractal Design R3 is fairly small and has 8 x internal 3.5" bays and a few 5.25"
It's my bedroom, the picture are taken standing on the bed! For some reason someone installed a sink in the room ... although it's useful because I live in a big house with a few other people so it's good to be able to brush teeth etc. without clogging up the main bathroom :cool:
I upgraded my friends pc with an ATI 5770 graphics card, and he only had an e4400 CPU and didnt have enough money to upgrade, so I overclocked it to 3ghz.
Problem is, the load temps were really bad, 60c idle, sometimes up to 90c when testing in intelburntest so I had a look at the HSF (intel...
I am yes, but im not too worried about it. Any really critical data is already backed up elsewhere anyways. Plus if I lost more than 1 drive, you only lose the data that was on the drive that actually failed, as its not striped. So I think if you want a very large amount of storage at a low...
The main thing I would worrry about is making sure your drives are going to be cooled well.
The antec 200 would probably be a good choice, you can have 6 hard drives in the front cooled by 2x 120mm fans. Also you can hot swap a drive in the front :D