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Latest Entry : June 14th, 2004 - 15:57:11
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Case #315  
 
Name  :  Ben
E-Mail  :  notactually@home.com
Site  :  http://www.junknstuff.net
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  It was sitting around doing nothing so I had a friend paint it. I think it turned out alright. Maybe I will make it a macquaium one of these days, or book end... as it turns out there was some old school case moding done to it on da in side. Its a Mac classic which came with 2 floppy drives or a floppy and a 40 meg hard drive i happen to have all 3 in there.


 


 

Case #314  
 
Name  :  Icefire[TF]
E-Mail  :  icefire@teamfrigid.com
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  : 


 


 

Case #313  
 
Name  :  David Ho
E-Mail  :  allforall@edsamail.com.sg
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Custom
Comments  : 


 


 

Case #312  
 
Name  :  Machtt
E-Mail  :  webmaster@machtt.de
Site  :  http://it.suxx.de/burning/becks/
Case  :  Custom
Comments  :  Duron 800@1000GHz, 320MB RAM, 20GB Fujitsu HDD ,Hercules 3D Prophet 4500 Kyro2, hmm... that's it.


 


 

Case #311  
 
Name  :  Rudoli
E-Mail  :  rvhooff@home.nl
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  This is the first of my mods, it's a PIII-450@600 on a ASUS P2B-F. Since my CPU won't go any faster I used the peltier to cool my beer :)There is a 16 port hub included on the leftside of this case but I forgot to take a picture of it and I returned the camera. In case it gets hot I turn on my second Power Supply that powers my 25 cm fans (there's 2 in there). There's a blacklight in there but it was too light when I took the pictures.


 


 

Case #310  
 
Name  :  Rudoli
E-Mail  :  rvhooff@home.nl
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Custom
Comments  :  This is the second one of my mods, it's a Duron 600 with a 6 GB HDD and an old CD-Rom. This case includes active speakers (I added the power supply for the speakers in the ATX power supply).


 


 

Case #309  
 
Name  :  Rudoli
E-Mail  :  rvhooff@home.nl
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Custom
Comments  :  This is the most recent one of my mods. It is a Celly 733 with a 10 GB HDD. I got the idea here when I saw the other beercase mods here. I wanted to do it nicer and make it a bit more difficult by using a small beercase (only 12 bottles). The hardest part was to find a mobo that would fit (I had to slide it in from the side). The plexiglas window was also quite hard to create. Since I know you always want to see paint and light in cases. I painted the CPU-Fan and added a blue LED right next to it (not visible on the pics).


 


 

Case #308  
 
Name  :  ScorpioN
E-Mail  :  scorp@laatikko.saunalahti.fi
Site  :  http://www.saunalahti.fi/scorp/
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  : 


 


 

Case #307  
 
Name  :  cpuFAILURE
E-Mail  :  cpufailure@aol.com
Site  :  http://www.funcovers.com/casemod.htm
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  This is my first modification. It goes to show you, if you take your time, and plan everything out, it will get done right the 1st time. I never even used a DREMEL before, but since my girlfriend gave me one for my B-day, I thought i would put it to some good use. I plan on hiding all the wires and cables. Notice the piping up top? Fresh air for my T-Bird 1000. Also "borrowed" the feet from my HX08 !! That one is comming soon too. I now have a new hobby.


 


 

Case #306  
 
Name  :  Lock_Dr
E-Mail  :  Lock_Dr@yahoo.com
Site  :  http://zap.to/Computer.Security
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  This is my second case-mod. It's a placed in a Stauger Tower, around a Polywell CW35-S Motherboard; PIII 400 with 196MB pc-133+ SDRAM; SoundBlaster Live (Value); NetGear 10/100 NIC (this box serves as my server for my home network with four nodes); 40GB Hard Drive; Dual Philips CD-Rewriters (CDRW840 & OmniWriter); Dual 3.5" drives; D-Link FM Radio; LifeView Video Cam; CalTron 40W Surround Sound Speakers with Floor Woofer; to light the guts I've got a Neon Blue Stick and have Ultra Blue Cable Covers for that robo-tron cable-control. I'm running dual boot OS's via VMWARE (OUTSTANDING TOOL) Caldera Open Linux 2.3 & Windoze NT. I trimmed it out with a "Fleck-Stone" paint job and an 10X14 Oval in the side of the box.


 


 

Case #305  
 
Name  :  Railskinner
E-Mail  :  rail-skinner@home.com
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  First case mods and PC building, ATX case, Athlon Slot A 750@1050MHz, GFD (Freesped Pro) Asus K7V MB, 512 megs PC133,GeForce MX 2(Blue Orb + HS), 30 gig Maxtor 7200 rpm (hd cooler), 1x 80 fans(back),1x 92 fan(top),1 x 120 fan (front) , Cpu + Video temp monitors, Blue Neon light,52x CD rom,4x4x24 CDRW, next new tower with baybus and fanbus mods.


 


 

Case #304  
 
Name  :  RIKK
E-Mail  :  ron.prouse@cobweb.com.au
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  Tower : Gigabyte Slot 1 BXC, PIII 850Mzh, 320Mg 7ns RAM, GeForce II MX @ 210/225, S3 Trio, SoundBlaster Live!, Pioneer 16X DVD, HP 8100+ Burner, 13 and 30 Gb Quantum Fireball 7200 rpm HDD's, 9 Fans, 300W PSU, FanBus, BayBus, 2X Blue neon's, moulded front fan hole, top window, side window, CPU thermometer and a back-lit .wavForm cut-out on the front. Golden Orb for CPU and Blue Orb for graphics card are sitting on my desk ... I just need to find a spare hour or two!Peripherals : 19" & 15" screens, Altec Lansing AS-48's, Pioneer 85X2 amplifier, Super Sub X-overs, 2 X Alpine 10" sub-subwoofers, Solid 2 X 4" subwoofers, Telefunken Mid/Tweeters, Canon 2000 printer, Epson Photo 700 printer, LifeView webcam,Zip100, Belkin USB-Serial port, NAD Pre Amp, Vuego 640UT scanner, Swann USB port, PowerCat mouse, Pablo Tablet, ABC 56k modem.


 


 

Case #303  
 
Name  :  Novak
E-Mail  :  novakpower@earthlink.net
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Enlight - 7237
Comments  :  Enlight 7237, Mods : Two 80mm blowholes on the side, One 80mm Blowhole on the top. Fans are Panaflos. Paint job was done by a friend using '56 Buick Turqouise. Safety bar mounted on top for carrying. Six inch window. Dynamat inside for sound control. Blue power LED, Red HDD LED, and LAN activity indicator LED located under the badge. Floppy and CDroms with Blue LEDs. 10" Blue Neon switched with BayBus. This is my first case mod.


 


 

Case #302  
 
Name  :  WaXHeLL
E-Mail  :  waxhell@digitalinsanity.org
Site  :  http://www.digitalinsanity.org
Case  :  Custom
Comments  :  Digitalinsanity.org presents our litle ripoff of the Apple Cube - FreeBSD Cubed! Duron 600, 64MB PC-100 SDRAM, micro-ATX. Our little network server in a totally clear acrylic case.


 


 

Case #301  
 
Name  :  MEFISTO
E-Mail  :  mefisto@interlap.com.ar
Site  :  http://www.mefisto.8m.net
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  AMD Duron (SpitFire) 700 @ 1GHz (1.85v) [Silver Orb By Thermaltake] - ABIT KT7-RAID - 128 PC-133 CAS 2 Micron - Hercules Prophet 2 MX (32MB 5.5ns Micron)[Blue Orb By Thermaltake] - Guillemot Maxi Sound Card - Quantum Fireball CR 8.4 - ITECH case ATX 300w - I/O Magic 40x -really sucks - Red (don't know) 10/100 - Red2: Symphony Cordless Networking - IntelliMouse Optical (Microshit). *** The Temp is @1000 Mhz 27șc idle *** As you can see inside,below the CD-ROM i put one SuperFan 12'(220v) :) < < < Q U A K E 4 E V E R > > >


 


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