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Discussion in 'Case Central' started by D.Roberts, 9 Jul 2006.

  1. D.Roberts

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    thanks to yewen i have been able to put these pics on here of me modded case.

    ok this is me specs:

    abit nf7-s 2.0
    amd athlon 2500+ mobile clocked to 3200+ specs.
    ati 9800pro
    type r psu
    80gig western digi hdd caviar limited adition
    1gig of corsair
    etc.
    case has been milled to give clean lines finished with a nice mesh,dvd drive has been cut to fit window.

    yes the temps are low and yes it is kinda loud.

    thanks agian yewen
     
  2. Yewen

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    Im Yewen fool!

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  3. Yewen

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  4. Steeps

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    that is some very clean butchering, i like it :)

    (shame its not black :p )

    edit: was the work done yourself or did you get someone else to do it?
     
  5. orderoftheflame

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    Nice and tidy :)

    Really good look to it.

    Nice idea with the CD case, must look great when it's spnning :D
     
  6. D.Roberts

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    yeah it does look kinda cool.you can see the laser tracking the disk.
    i havent finished it yet.
    the internals have been thrown in just to get it going will need to tidy it up.

    black? may need to do another one haha.

    im going to be doing a coffee table soon got some good ideas of that but have just moved so will be a while befor i continue any thing.

    i done the lot i work for an engineering company so got to use the mill etc.

    i made the control knob to.
     
  7. Vegeta

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    YOU KILLED IT!! :D

    Do me a favour, make the back take 2X80MM fans and tell me how todo it lol :D
     
  8. D.Roberts

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    haha just read your post.
    could have a go if you want?.
    will let you know and i will post some ideas.

    not that i need to it runs cool any way ;).
     
  9. Hades

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    That looks lovely. I bet the airflow isn't great though?
     
  10. t_aitch

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    Thats really unique

    I like it a lot, well done.
     
  11. D.Roberts

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    i dont realy need case fans heres me temps

    idle with cpu fan on lowest cpu:25c case 20c
    under load with cpu fan on lowest cpu:35c case 28c.

    thanks for the feed back you lot its me first mod.
    will be doing more when i get time.
    :eek:

    the other side has a cut out to just got no pics of it for some reason?.
     
  12. Vegeta

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    Airflow doesnt really matter in that case as well its like having a pc in no case = better than a case with good airflow?
     
  13. Raikiri

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    Fancy doing a window for my PC7? :p

    Looks brilliant
     
  14. Yewen

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    Careful Raikiri you can't ask for services like this on the forums if its for buisness gain for one of you. :)

    Just not allowed on the forums sorry.
     
  15. Dev2

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    It looks really cool but I have one question. Is there perspex behind that Mesh? It's just it seems the inside of the case would get very dirty very quickly. Or are getting a water cooler system or something? I don't mean to come across as a xxxxx. Just curious.
     
  16. Vegeta

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    You could always mod the bottom and stick a 120mm fan on there, im planning on putting two 80mm's at the back of mine and one 120mm on the bottom and widen the holes at the front for more air intake, then my coolermaster should provide as good cooling as anything :D
     
  17. Raikiri

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    I was only joking ;) Just that he has done a very good job
     
  18. Yewen

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    Dev2 you really could do with reading the FAQ as it would make your stay a little easier and longer.

    No swearing please.
     
  19. Vegeta

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    Whats that little nob in picture 3, where is it located/what does it control.
     
  20. orderoftheflame

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    It looks like the control knob from the gigabyte CPU cooler.

    Looks like it's mounted on a blanking plate. Matches very well :D
     
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