Soyo SY-K7V Dragon+ Motherboard (FSB @ 150MHz, on-board EAX 5.1 surround sound and NIC), AthlonXP 1600+ (OC'd to 1900+), 256MB PC2100 DDR-SDRAM (OC to 150Mhz and timed at 2, 4 Bank, 2T, 5T, 2T, 4 level, 2T, 1T), Radeon 8500 (OC'd to 291/325DDR[650Mhz]), 60GB ATA100 Quantum Fireball AS 7200RPM, 8x/4x/32x Sony CD-RW, LS-120 Superdisk Drive, 340W Power Supply. Fans: 3x80mm, 2x120mm, 1xCPU, 1xVC. Believe it or not the only sound coming from this case is the whooshing of the air because of the way I attached the fans. It still needs a 2nd coat of red, then I'm going to add some triangular (almost like racing stripes) designs that wrap around and over the top in a bright metallic silver (it's gonna look schweeeeet!!).
Project Cold Fusion - AMD AthlonXP 1600+ @ 1597MHz; MSI K7T266 Pro2; 256MB Crucial PC2100 DDR; GeForce3 Ti200 with Thermaltake Blue Orb and heatsinks. Cold heart of the frigid cooling rig the Alpha PAL8045 with Delta 80mm, 68.5 CFM screamer! 2x50mm Deltas, 92mm and 80mm Panaflo, Vantec chipset on northbridge all creates small blizzard inside. Blue cold cathode and cables to boot! Feel my icey wrath!
This is my 1st mod - a beer case. It contains an 800Mhz Celeron (will OC soon) on an ABIT BE6-2, 512MB RAM, ELSA Erazor III, SBLive!, CD-ROM, Burner, 3 HDD (40GB, 14GB, 4GB) and so on, but there was no space anymore for a floppy, but who needs it. It´s a BECK`S-Case, because it was the best looking in the market. But the beer tastes bad, believe me. The ultimate LAN-Case: an eyecatcher as well as a fight-machine. More on my page, but only in German. C'ya on lan ;-)
ABIT KT7A-RAID with T-bird 1.4 @ 1.533GHz cooled by an Alpha PAL 8045 and Delta 80mm HP fan. 2 x 40GB RAID 0 + 2 x 20GB RAID 0, 16x Plextor CDR/RW, all rounded cables, 1.1GB RAM, GeForce3 Ti200, SBLive!, 10/100 NIC, TV card, 3 x 92mm fans (all exhaust, 145 CFM), 4 x 80mm fans (2 intake, 2 exhaust, 165 CFM), 2 x 60mm fans (intake, 30 CFM) with green and blue neon CCFL's in a slightly modded AOpen HX08.
The casemod is homemade all the way, no premade window-kit. There is 2 cold cathods in the case. Lights up the case, even in daylight. The SCSI cable is also rounded (did it myself with a knife) to get a better view of the components in the case :-)
Empty case, painted black inside. Had 300 Watt PSU, changed to 320W. AMD XP ready. Black wire loom managed with yellow ties, round yellow floppy cable, green IDE cable, window and light kit. Set of wheels, this is our demo model she's ready for the information superhighway (I never really liked this case until now). I had so much fun, I started a new company... Case_wear :-)