Antec SOHO 1030b, Abit KT-7 RAID, Athlon 1.1 gig @ 1.2, 512 mb Crucial RAM, Kenwood 72 TrueX CD-ROM, AOpen 12*10*32 Burner, CrazyPC rounded ribbon cables. She was biult to bring the servers of corporate America to their knees.
2 computers in 1 big wooden case. Computer on top is a server (amd k6-2 300, 128 mb) and the otherone is the workstation (PIII 600EB, 256 MB). Offcourse fans (1*120mm, 1*92mm, 4*80mm) and neon were added. An audio-switch and temp-meter are also implemented... Futher info and detailfoto's check my site (sorry in dutch, but I will translate it asap)
This is my Gaming and Webdesign/Graphics PC. Celeron 433 @ 488MHz / ABIT BE-6 / 256MB RAM / 20,4Gig HDD / TNT2 / Win ME. But it's not done yet... There will be some extra fans in the future for more cooling and maybe some lights inside with a cool window. Also I plan to change the CPU to a one with more power. I think it will be a Duron..
Most of the time 33 Celsius, 750 MHz Blue core with stupid cooler (changing to H2O soon) @ 850, 128MB PC133 Cas2 MEM, Creative Geforce Pro DDR 32MB (84 FPS 1024, All to max but still 16BIT color on Q3a 1.17 demo001), 2x Blue leds (costs a fortune) 17Gig all on a EPoX 8KTA2 Mainboard. All done within a long week with a empty case (it was hell) :(
Friend's PC I built, Globalwin case, top and rear y-tech, filtered blowholes, 4-coated painted paneling, neon light with switch on the front bezel, side window with bronze fittings. Home-made rounded cabling internally.
This is my Addtronics full tower 7896A housing a coppermine 600 @ 800 mhz w/ Alpha sink, MSI 6309 with VIA chipset, Hercules Geforce 2 mx, 128 mb Micron pc133, PlexWriter 12/10/32A, and 10X DVD, 8 BB Sunon cooling setup w/ card cooler and Super Cooler E2c from AMK. 2 Side plexi windows, internal blacklight w/ switch, blue LED mod, black cylindrical cable housing, and custom black grille. Used my trusty Dremel!
ABit KT-7 RAID - AMD Duron 800 [not clocked yet] 256 MB PC-100 ram And a circle cut at the side + a lot of fans, the mod's are not complete, on the pic the neon is missing, and paintjob is also under construction, check my site for updates ppl :)
This is "Genesis". She is/was a Addtronics 7890A tower, heavily modded. 10 case fans (7 120mm's, 2 80mm, 1 60mm), dual rheostat baybus with lighted neon swithces, frame and panels are powder-coated Deep Ocean Blue, front bezel and drives/bays are Hunter Green w/silver highlights. Side and top lexan window mods, blue/green 10" neons, blue LEDs everywere. VP6 with dual 700E's @ 1015 with Swiftech M371-3's, 512MB Mushkin Rev2, Herc GTS 64MB, Herc Game Theater XP sound, Netgear NIC, Adaptec 29160, Seagate X15 18GB, Quantum Atlas 10K 36GB, Plextor 12/10/32S, Pioneer 10X DVD 305S, Dual Enermax 431watt PSU's, dual temp monitors for case temp and ambient.
My workstation running Linux, win2k and winme. I made this mod a long, long time ago (8 months i think) so I think it's time to buy a new case (if I just could get my hands on the money needed...). Inside: ASUS P3V4X motherboard, Intel Celeron 566@850MHz, ASUS v3800 Deluxe TNT2Ultra w. 32mb SGRAM, IBM deskstar GXP75 46.1gb, one old Fujitsu 4.3gb disc and 128mb PC100 SDRAM. Notice my mousing surface - a glass chopping-board.. twice the size of a ratpad.
This is my first mod, I knew something was needed to cool this beast, its a Dual P3 550 with 5 SCSI 10,000 RPM drives, an 18.2Gig (boot drive) and 4 x 9.1Gb in Raid 5, all running of a Mylex controller, there is 512Mg Ram, TNT2 and a AWE64Gold (I know ISA!) 2 3Com 10/100 (1 for Lan and 1 for Cable Modem). Before the mod the Processors were running at around 45C and now they average 27C, areas of the case got up to 54C and now averages 28C. 80mm Hole in the Front, 2 on the side, 1 on top and 1 top back. Enermax 430W PSU, built my own baybus to control the fans and have now added a neon light, although it does not show up in the pictures.
This is my K6-166 w/ 40 megs of RAM. It's my official practice case. I used it to learn how to cut holes, solder LEDs, and paint stuff correctly. It's basically my guinea pig so I won't screw up myfull-tower mod that I'm now working on.