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Latest Entry : June 14th, 2004 - 15:57:11
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Case #60  
 
Name  :  Coyote
E-Mail  :  coyote@astonmartin.cjb.net
Site  :  http://supercars.ifn.cx/case
Case  :  AOpen - HX08
Comments  :  This HX08 has been modded with some Aston-Martin-style features. The case holds 1 80mm and 3 60mm (behind the grill) for airintake and 2 extra 80mm fans for air output on the rear. It makes the temp of a stressed K6-2 450 @ 500 drop from 45C to about 32C.


 


 

Case #59  
 
Name  :  Jakob "Japex" Poulsen
E-Mail  :  Jakob@ferrari-pc.com
Site  :  http://www.ferrari-pc.com
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  I've added a 120mm fan in the blowhole next to the prancing stallion since this pic was taken. I'm not even gonna give you the opportunity to mock me over the lousy specs of what's inside, but I'm saving my money for a t-bird, when I get my phasechange system running!!! MORE INFO AND BETTER PICS ON MY WEBSITE.


 


 

Case #58  
 
Name  :  Preacher
E-Mail  :  preacher@carolina.rr.com
Site  :  http://www.bastaards.org
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  Just because the cat had kittens in the oven, it don't make 'em biscuits.


 


 

Case #57  
 
Name  :  Jeff
E-Mail  :  jeff@westerncom.net
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  Abit KT7,T-Bird 1000@1250 (12.5x100)1.85/3.4 V,FOP38,256 mb Infineon PC 133, Hercules 3d Prohet 2 64 mb, SB Live, Intel NIC, 15 Gig WD 7200 RPM, 7 80mm Case Fans.


 


 

Case #56  
 
Name  :  Mike
E-Mail  :  melhan@sri.lanka.net
Site  :  http://www.htgk.com.sg/ocnerds/nerdbox.htm
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  : 


 


 

Case #55  
 
Name  :  Habib711
E-Mail  :  habib711@mminternet.com
Site  :  http://hhclan.4mg.com
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  My box is a 600 mhz athlon with 196 megs of ram and a geforce 256 DDR cooled by 2 penguin fans everythings tweaked of course.


 


 

Case #54  
 
Name  :  PhilGates
E-Mail  :  Phil@wattosjunkyard.com
Site  :  http://getlost.8m.com
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  Not much to say. I did this in my spare time. I happened to have the neon in my car so i took it out, spliced some wires, and grinded out my front grill. Boom a nice neon light :)


 


 

Case #53  
 
Name  :  Visuatrox
E-Mail  :  visuatrox@compubit.com
Site  :  N/A
Case  :  Lian-Li - PC-12
Comments  :  This is my almost finished box, MidiTower Lian-Li PC12, PCMods Window, Lightning Rod, and has also my own built "internal" stereo speakers 50W PMPO. Pentium 3 866Mhz @ 1000Mhz, MB Asus CUSL2 C, Asus V7700 Deluxe, 512Mb PC133 SDRAM, 4x 61.4Gb IBM Deskstar 75GXP in Raid 0 (total hd space 245Gb), Sony CDRW 12x/8x/32x Black, LG 10x DVD Black, SB Live 1024, 2x Teac Black diskdrive. Anyone know where to find rounded cables and NewQ Platinum in Sweden?


 


 

Case #52  
 
Name  :  Maxime "unbind" Labelle
E-Mail  :  web@unbind.cjb.net
Site  :  http://www.mediafringe.com/unbind/rubberbox
Case  :  Custom
Comments  :  This is the RubberBox. Its a P2 400MHz with 128MB SDRAM and a 10.2gig IDE HD. Its in a tool box. Yes, a rubbermaid tool box. It has a BlowHole, a suckhole, many leds and lights inside. More pictures on the site !! Great for lanparty.


 


 

Case #51  
 
Name  :  Kyle Bellgraph (aka Trinitrogen Oxide)
E-Mail  :  bgraph@voyager.net
Site  :  http://my.voyager.net/~bgraph/StealthBox/
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  Enter my pride and joy, I call it the Oxide2|DV Visualization System (mouthfull, huh?). With a Slot A Thunderbird at 700mhz, ASUS V7700 Deluxe, 352 megs of ram, and a Sound Blaster Live! with surround sound, its name is quite fitting. What you don't see in the picture is the actual strobe light itself and the full water cooling system controlled by the front switchs. More details at my site.


 


 

Case #50  
 
Name  :  Loki
E-Mail  :  t-s-11@gmx.net
Site  :  http://www.loki-hq.de
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  I hate noisy PCs, so get mine to shut up! It's an Celi 566@900, Abit BF6, 256MB PC133-SD-RAM, CL-APro GTS 210/380, 3Com 10/100MBit NIC, SBLive1024 Value, Abit HotRod100, DaviControl UW-SCSI. Come and see more...


 


 

Case #49  
 
Name  :  gregh
E-Mail  :  gregh@hdiron.com
Site  :  http://www.geocities.com/hdiron2000
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  This is a AMD 1ghz Oc'ed to 1.2 on a Abit KT7-RAID with 448 megs of PC133 cas2 ram & a IBM 75GXP 46 gig HD. The exterior features charcoal grey powdercoating & a few neat features like a front headphone jack. The interior has white powder coating and all wiring covered with spiral wrap. Fans are: 2 X 120mm, 3 X 80mm, 7 X 40mm & a few others. All cutting on the case was done by me with a plasma cutter. See the website for more details.


 


 

Case #48  
 
Name  :  tlmarsh
E-Mail  :  tlmarsh@home.com
Site  :  http://members.home.net/tlmarsh/modifications/index.html
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  Gateway 386, 33? NOT :) Old AT server case (my first computer)housing a 700E, 7x130@910.


 


 

Case #47  
 
Name  :  Mike Johnson
E-Mail  :  NGTPrime@nextgentech.org
Site  :  http://www.nextgentech.org
Case  :  Custom
Comments  :  Celeron 366@550, Diamond Viper V770U, Nic, Cheap sound card, Adaptec SCSI with CD&CDR, "Think outside of the Box"


 


 

Case #46  
 
Name  :  rclaser
E-Mail  :  rclaser@hotmail.com
Site  :  http://www.geocities.com/bionic_bitch_slap/mods.html
Case  :  Unbranded
Comments  :  Here is my first case mod...I work in custom manufacturing. I program sheet metal parts in CAD and keep a 3000watt laser cutting machine tuned and train operators. I saw what everyone elce were cutting out on there case and thought to myself i could blow there minds so i sat down one saterday and didnt stop till sunday night.and i came up with this. I have done 2 more cases.I will cut out anyones case if they dont mind paying the bucks....$350.00 for a cutout i already have programmed or i can program anything they want but it will cost alot more for the programming hours. I have about 30 hrs in the programming of the dragon and fan cutouts.

My comp: AMD duron600 OC @900,384MB RAM pc133,DVD,yamaha 16x10x40 burner,abit kt7,Hercules 3D Prophet2MX.Still upgrading. I want a Tbird 1.2 next.working on my next comp.



 


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