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 01/08/2006 09:46 PM
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this is just one of several killer shots of a new YY project we've started... near completion, just waiting for 512 meg BFG 7800 GTX to arrive!


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man i want one of those cases... water on one side PC on the other side

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easy mod...
directron... 165 bucks

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are these things any more portable than a refridgerator?

(i had 'trash can' but that made the case sound crappy)

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Very nice Functional, I need to spruce my rig up. Is that a 120mm fan in the window? I need that case. Keep us posted.

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yes, you have to hug it like a 17 inch television when carrying it into a lan party... but the response once you get inside usually involves some comments refering to god and or jesus.

the front and side fans are both 120mm turbines by aerocool... 16 blades of cooling pleasure.

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now is the window custom, or does it come like that

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oh, she's pretty....

My next PC will be a cube

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 01/09/2006 05:38 PM
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ive been reading a couple reviews on these bad boys and the things i dont like about it include the way the front bezel has to be removed just to take off the side panels and how most of the fans are 92mm... and its not really a downside because it is so dumb but to bypass the lock you can just take off the front bezel. i wish they made locks useful! it works OK as far as making sense goes, but i never use it. everyone just asks what it is, and i say its a lock, "oh cool". but to put a lock on it SO easily bypassed is absurd. i remember on my chenming 601 you could lock it but the front panel was so flexible you could just pry it back and push the power button...

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once youre done with the build, you add two screws to the bezel so it cant be pried off.
also there are three screws at the front of each side panel that you set some tension on... if you want to open the side panel, you just pull it open... to close it you just push it shut.
we added the side window... part of what we do.
notice in this pic how the door is open... but the bezel is attached...



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yeah i saw the pic before but all the reviewers were saying bezel had to come off, not sure if you 'cheated' by taking the bezel off, opening the side, then putting the bezel back on

looks soooo nice too bad i could never force myself to rice my computer by buying a new case for it

the window job you did, i noticed that the thickness of the steel and the fact that the plexi is on the back of it means there is a 'dip', ive been thinking of adding a second window to this one but i feared the 'dip', how bad is it?

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the ledge is minimal...
no... didnt cheat. why would i promote something as awesome... only to hear about it later that i was full of crap? thats grade-school.

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meh, i dont like the idea of a ledge at all!

heres my idea, if it can be followed without a picture...

imagine cutting the hole in the case, then cutting the plexi within 1-2mm of the hole (or the other way around)
lay the case side outside-face down on a table, and drop in the plexi
now take like a window-frame type dealie, and dump tons of glue in the crack, and put the frame around the inside, so that it touches both the plexi and the metal
flip it over and do the same for the outside

the only thing is the plexi is thicker than the steel, but you get the idea
which is kind of the basis of those rubber window kits... but that stuff cant make right angle turns

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 01/12/2006 01:07 PM
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wow, very nice, theres liek a luminescent glow behind the hsf and the chipset

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