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 02/19/2007 03:33 AM
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I build this Massive FPS Gaming PC last year.











Completely custom built from the ground up water cooling system & case by my hands with 900GPH water pump. I also have a 350GPH water pump for back-up.

My custom case is 25" x 26" x 13" - It is massive in size & weighs around 60 to 70 pounds LOL, It is fun to game in the dark. 8 Fan controllers controlling 6 x 120mm high end fans & 2 x 80mm fans. 2 x 120mm fans for cooling the RAD, 2 x 120mm fans blowing cool air in the case, 2 x 120mm fans exhausting hot air in the rear & 2 x 80mm fans cooling the hard drives.

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http://www.techpowerup.com/gallery/188

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 02/19/2007 03:46 AM
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starspy
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and what kind of price tag will i be looking at if i want one?
 02/19/2007 10:44 AM
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Ravanger
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looks kinda tacky, especially with all those decals and pictuers

nice job tho on the case itself

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 02/19/2007 02:57 PM
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ganstafm
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lol its either the picture or it looks really wide and short

i would love to build my own pc


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 02/19/2007 06:40 PM
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It's just over a foot wide. It took me about 6 months or so to build, on/off that is. I also entered it into CPU Magazines Mad Reader Mod last year, which I was chosen to enter the 2nd last round of the competition. I think I came in around 3rd place???

Personally I think that is fixed, IMO. They eventually e-mailed me & said that they really like my custom case allot, but they were looking for a non-see thought case for that month’s competition.

Anyway, the pexy glass for the case cost me about $180 Canadian. I did all the cutting.

I may do something in the near future, but without all those gaming pictures LOL, It lights up my room though.


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 02/19/2007 07:07 PM
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I use rocker switches on the front of my case so that I can turn off the cathodes/lights at night. That way I can at least sleep in my bedroom lol
 02/19/2007 08:12 PM
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wow.. nice work
and the stickers... LOL haha nice

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 02/19/2007 11:57 PM
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Yes, stickers LOL, I think I would have gotten much closer to maybe 2nd place or even 1st @ CPU Magazine if I painted instead of the stickers LOL, who well.

Next time

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 02/20/2007 05:24 PM
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dang, that things huge /wacko.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":wacko:" border="0" alt="wacko.gif" /> really nice lookin though. WOW it's massive lol
 02/20/2007 05:53 PM
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Ya, LOL, I don't thing people realize how big it really is. Heck, I have problems moving it from place to place, even with the wheels I placed under it.

But it does look awesome when gaming in the dark with my 5.1 sound

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 02/20/2007 06:02 PM
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Heh, I like how my case sin't taller than my Monitor, I really don't want a Monster on my desk anway!

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 02/20/2007 11:28 PM
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While I don't really care for plexy cases my self. I can admire your case (and ability in constructing it) for it's technical achievements. It would take a great deal of planning I would imagine coming up with such a case. And, I'm sure a lot of measuring.

All in all a great job, and proof that some times it's just better to build it from the ground up.

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 02/21/2007 12:20 AM
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lol, that case design gives a lot of room for the mobo. put a TT big typhoon O_O

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 02/23/2007 12:15 AM
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That is pretty nice for being completely hand built from scratch. Props for that

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 02/23/2007 06:20 PM
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I have the Big Typhoon in my other 900 gaming case. A tight fit but still cools very nice.

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 02/08/2009 05:30 PM
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Updated my sig: I put my big case to rest. I am planning another MOD based on the new upcoming Star Trek Game and or the Diablo 3 game. But this time a much cleaner style case.

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 09/30/2011 08:25 PM
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Sorry to bump a very old thread, but I ended up with my Custom HAF - 932 Red Dragon Gaming Modded case. You will find the link in my sig.

EnJoY............

My next setup should reflect either DIABLO III or AMD's code name Bulldozer and/or Piledriver CPUs.....

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Corsair H100
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Windows 7 Ult. x64
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