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poundofflour

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here is what i got done with all the forum downtime...



credit to this guy because i basically imitated what he had done. more pics for those interested, are here.
 

agrikk

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Another woody of mine (more pics here). The CD-ROM bezel looks way better in black then beige, don't you think? Someday I'll get around to painting the bezels on the other box so they match.



 

wayne

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one of my mods... its a computer inside a vcr casing... you mita have heard of a few of my threads on this
its ALMOST finished... it WAS finished but has overheating problems so now i ve took it apart and is currently workin on it











 

Petra

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Here are specs and a few pics for the two main gaming rigs that I have.... enjoy :)

Computer: Quicksilver v3.5
Specs: Athlon XP 2100+ AIUHB @ 2376MHz (11.0 x 216MHz @ 2.0v)
Abit NF7-S Rev.2 mobo
512MB (256 x2) Corsair XMS PC-2700 in Dual Channel (running @ DDR433 11-3-3-3.0 @ 2.9v)
BBA 9800np flashed w/Pro BIOS & OC'd to 455/370
Antec True430w PSU (painted)
40GB Seagate 7200RPM ATA100 HDD
160GB WD 7200RPM ATA100 HDD w/8MB cache
Mods/Added parts: 80mm blowhole mod, removed all integrated fan grilles, mobo tray modded for wire routing (behind tray), 5.25" bay cover modded into dual switch plate, window appliqué, interior painted metallic cobalt blue, back painted to match outside silver, fan brackets & PCI covers painted to match outside silver, customized (white) HDD and (blue) power LEDs (had to wire power LED to run off of 12v molex--mobo undervolting LED), various soldered wire extensions, full set of silver round cables, custom wire sleeving (on all visible and some non-visible wires), one 12" blue & one 12" green CCFL in case, one 6" blue CCFL in front grille, clear illuminated (blue) case feet, and a Sunbeam fan controller (illuminated feet linked to 4th channel)... I don't think I'm forgetting anything here :D
Cooling: CPU: Thermalright SLK-900U w/Enermax 64CFM 92mm fan & AS Ceramiqué
NB: Zalman passive ZM-NB47J heatsink & AS3
Video card: Arctic Cooling VGA Silencer, OCZ aluminum BGA RAMsinks, & AS3
Case: 5 Coolermaster Rifle Bearing 80mm LED fans (3 green & 2 blue)

Photos: (finally)




Computer: Beta v2.6
Specs: 1.14GHz Athlon Thunderbird
512MB PC-100 SDRAM
EPoX EP-8KTA3+ mobo
LeadTek GeForce4 Ti4200 64MB 4xAGP (OC'd to 310.5MHz core, 621MHz DDR)
300w CasEdge PSU (fan swap)
40GB IBM DeskStar 7200RPM ATA100 HDD
Mods/Added parts: Custom cut case window, removed all integrated fan grilles, intake filters for front intake and CPU duct, laser cut grille for CPU duct, swapped stock PSU fan for 80mm Arctic Cooling Fan Pro TC, and put one red 6" CCFL inside case.
Cooling: CPU: Thermaltake Volcano 9 HSF & AS Ceramiqué
NB: Zalman passive ZM-NB32J heatsink & AS3
Case: 1 Coolermaster Rifle Bearing 80mm LED fan (green) and 1 Zalman 92mm ZM-F2 fan @ 5.5v

Photos:


 

mashie

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Specs:

XP1800
EpoX 8K7A+
2 x 256MB Corsair PC2400
IBM 60GXP 60GB
Plextor PlexWriter 16/10/40A
Floppy
Powerman 300W PSU


Cooling:

Eheim 1048
DangerDen Maze2
DangerDen northbridge block
DangerDen GF3 block
DangerDen heatercore
1/2" Silicone tubing
15mm copper bends and copper T for airtrap/refill.
220/12V relay to switch on the pump with the computer.
Heatspreader in copper on the GF3 so the waterblock also cools the RAM on it.
127mm ventilation duct with an integrated Y.S. Tech 120mm fan (heavily modded to fit inside) running at 7V.


Mods:

Removed 3.5" bays.
Moved HDD and floppy to 5.25" bays.
Custom made faceplates for floppy and CD-RW.
Rounded cables.
Custom made frontplate in copper to replace the old one that was full of holes (quite similar to a cheeze) :grin:
Custom made attachment to install pump hanging vertically.
Front blowhole with EL-wire as fanguard.
Window with 2.5m EL-wire around it.
2 green cold cathodes.


Some pics:












The full worklog can be found here
 
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mashie

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This is a conversion of a 1946 Bush DAC 90 bakelite radio into a home entertainment PC. The big brass buttons on the front are power and reset switches, between them in the round window are 200 red LEDs which belongs to two 10-channel spectrum analyzers connected to the left and right channel on the sound card. Above the spectrum analyzers which are embedded in clear cast resin is a modified CrystalFontz 634 LCD (converted from green to red and inverted). A slim line cd-rom player is located under the round brass plate.


Specs:

Intel Celeron-II 800MHz
Shuttle FV-24
2 x 128MB PC-100
10GB HDD
24X IBM Slim line laptop CD-ROM
140W mATX PSU













Full worklog with 60 more pics here
 

mashie

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This project started when Intel contacted me regarding a case to show off their new Pentium 4 3.06GHz with. I couldn't let down this nice offer so brainstorming mode was next on the agenda.

After a while I got the idea, why not put a 3GHz computer inside the digit three...


Specs:

Intel P4 3.06GHz
Intel D845PEBT2
512MB generic DDR333
ATI Radeon 9700 PRO
Seagate Barracuda V 80GB S-ATA
LiteON External USB2.0 40x/12x/40x CDRW
QTec 400w PSU Gold


Mods:

Complete custom case made out of watercut anodised aluminium.
2 x 12" blue CCFLs illuminating the internals from Kustom PCs.


Cooling:

1 x YSTech 70mm TMD fan mounted on a Vantec Aeroflow VP4-C7040 heatsink cooling the CPU.


Pics:












Links:

Click here for more pics and a write-up
 
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mashie

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This project is a 1996 Silicone Graphics O2 workstation with an original 17.3" widescreen LCD monitor converted to a gaming machine.

Externally, the only hint of a modification is that the audio and video ports on the left hand side has been replaced with a dark blue piece of plastic. When powered up, blue light will flood from all air intakes and the dark blue piece of plastic will reveal a Noritake graphical VFD.
The most significant modification can only be seen from behind - a new chassis made out of Carbon Fibre...


Specs:

Intel P4 2.4 GHz
Intel D850EMD2
2 x 256MB Kingston PC1066 RDRAM
Ati Radeon 9700 Pro 128MB
80GB Western Digital HDD with 8MB cache
16X Toshiba DVD-ROM
Sparkle 300W 1U PSU


Mods:

Complete stealth mod, when the computer is powered off, only the backside will look different from an original Silicon Graphics O2 Workstation.
Chassis made out of carbon fibre.
Noritake graphical VFD.
4 x 4" blue CCFLs illuminating the internals.


Cooling:

1 x YSTech 70mm TMD fan mounted on a Swiftech MCX4000 heatsink cooling the CPU.
1 x Akasa 1U Copper HSF mounted on the ATI 9700 PRO
1 x 80mm aluminium housed fan for cooling the case














A full writeup with 82 pics can be found here
 
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mashie

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Presidents and generals feared it, the investors feared it, more or less everyone feared it that very night a few years ago. Billions had been spent on hunting it down, still no one had even caught a glimpse of it... until now.


Let me present the Millennium bug.














Full 23 page worklog with 160+ pics here
 
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mashie

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Here is my latest little creation, a microATX case, in the shape of an Asteroid.

The outer shell is made from styrofoam and paper mache with a bit of paint added on top.














Hardware:

P4 2.4/533
Intel I850EMD2 with 512MB PC1066 RDRAM
ATI 9700 Pro
Panasonic slot-in CD-RW/DVD
Western Digital 800JB
200W Yeong Yang mATX PSU


The full worklog can be found here.
 
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agrikk

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My dually server. Old-school mods in an old school Aopen HX08:







Specs:

MSI K7D Master-L
2x AMD 2000+MP
Kingston 512MB PC2100 ECC Registered DDR
Diamond Viper v770 Ultra TNT2 32mb Video Card
4x Quantum Atlas IV Ultra-160 9.1 GB 7200 RPM SCSI HD
2x Quantum Atlas 10kII Ultra-160 9GB 10,000 RPM SCSI HD
Compaq 5304-128 Smart Array Controller with 128mb Cache
Aopen HX08 Full Tower Case
Enermax 465W Power Supply
20x CD-ROM
3 120mm Vantec Stealth fans (Front bezel)
1 120mm Global fan (Top)
2 80mm Panaflo L1A fans (Upper rear)
4-port Baybus
 

Ubergamer

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Heres some pics of my system.. Specs will follow.

Heres the workspace as a whole..



The silver one is the main system, red one is a 750Mhz Athlon (Slot 1 hehe) Server.


Side view.

Ok, heres the specs
Athlon 2500+ (first revision I think) @ 3200+ speeds
512MB (256x2) of OCZ Enhanced Latency PC-3200 Ram
Radeon 9800 Pro w/ Arctic Cooling VGA Silencer
80GB Western Digital SE Harddrive (Main storage is on the server.. around 400 gigs of it)
NEC MultiSync FE2111SB-BK 22Inch Moniter (Awesome.. :) )

There ya go ;)
 

Deity

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Nothing major,

P4 2.4gig 1gig pc 2700
80 gig 7200rpm HD
Intel 865 mobo, nVidia GF4 Ti4600







21 inch NEC CRT
 

jaffy

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My system pales in comparison to some of yalls. Nice work!





I have a red cc in there, but the pic didnt turn out good, and I'm too lazy to take another.Most of the cables are sleeved, and the interior and pci slot covers are painted with Industrial Rustolium spray paint.
 

Seanpr123

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Heres mine... It wasnt done when I took the pic but I got it all completed today and it looks even better with the UV lights and such.





I wish I would have had the time or knowledge to actually mod a case but this is the best I could do. I LOVE THE CASES YOU GUYS HAVE!!!
 

Circuitbreaker8

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:D :D I might order a 6800GT if doom 3 or HL2 dont run well on my 9800p, check out that cooler I have on my videocard though! That thing got me 7,300 in 3dmark03@ 486/760 :eek:
 

Katiemarie

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What do you do when there are no decent computer supply stores in your area?

You improvise....and use stuff from Auto Parts stores. :D





The sleeving (except for the cables going to the motherboard, which I'm going to sleeve once that stupid ATX pin extractor comes in, along with my PET sleeving) was all done with spark plug covering. It was actually good stuff, the fabric is pretty good quality, and it came with it's own heatshrink.

I then decided, because I was bored, to paint the molex connectors and the heatsinc fan, so I used....Duplicolor automotive spray paint in "Toytoa Silver". The cathode and fans were all there before I started my little makeover.
 

redux-

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Front needs to be finished especially the dvd drive, I ran out of vinyl dye. I am thinking about maybe putting a cathode in. Also need to touch up some of the paint, it took some battle damage at Quakecon this year.







This was my first real mod so I didn't go too crazy on it.
 

Labman

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Here is mine. It's a Raidmax Storm with several modifications to improve ventilation.





Custom Rheobus :D



Cristalfontz LCD working



 

dropper

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My case. Only mods are swaps:





Fans: 2x120mm TT Case Fan 2's, 1x80 TT Case Fan 2 for HS
HS: Cooler Master Hyper 6 (with above fan)
Side: Cooler Master SPB-01 (for Stacker)
RS: Cooler Master Aerogate 2

Keith
 
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