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Old 6th February, 2002, 12:58 AM
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Cool.. thanks allot compuwife.
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Old 6th February, 2002, 10:09 PM
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I like mine to be functional
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Old 6th February, 2002, 11:41 PM
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me case.........

all scsi now..........7 items
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Old 7th February, 2002, 07:28 AM
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Nothing special and mighty messy, hoping to fix it up soon though:nervous:

http://www.salemx.net/images/insides.jpg
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Old 10th February, 2002, 12:24 AM
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Here is mine. Put it together less than 24 hours ago, and its already messy!
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Old 10th February, 2002, 02:15 PM
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mines back in the case with a cold cathode now! just gotta finish the side panel
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Old 10th February, 2002, 08:31 PM
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Would take of a picture of my case but whats the use my entire sytem minus burner, Video Card, and 512 MB SDRAM is going bye bye. Know I have to get everything I need to build my new system. So far I got a Iwill KK266+ board, and an Athlon XP 1700+, plus the old stuff I took out of the last system. Can't wait to over double my speed from my old system.
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Old 12th February, 2002, 04:05 AM
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heh mines a mess
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Old 12th February, 2002, 11:47 AM
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Here is Mine.
I just assembled everything this weekend.
Very pleased!
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->Lian Li PC60 Brushed Aluminum Case w/ Side cut Rectangle Window
->Intel Pentium 4 1.7Ghz, Socket 478, 400 Mhz, FCPGA
->Intel D850MV Socket 478 Motherboard
->(2) (Samsung): PC800 256MB ECC RAMBUS RDRAM memory
->(2) IBM Deskstar 60.0GB, 7200RPM
->Radeon VE 32mb AGP
->(1) CCFL 10" Blue
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Old 12th February, 2002, 11:48 AM
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Sorry, I flunked PhotoShop.

That last one was tooooo Bright.
I like this one, but it is dark.


I screwed up, I posted My intel in the wrong section, I apologize. I thought this was another general photogallery.

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->Lian Li PC60 Brushed Aluminum Case w/ Side cut Rectangle Window
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->(2) (Samsung): PC800 256MB ECC RAMBUS RDRAM memory
->(2) IBM Deskstar 60.0GB, 7200RPM
->Radeon VE 32mb AGP
->(1) CCFL 10" Blue
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LOL, Plenty of scope for cooling then?!

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LOL, Plenty of scope for cooling then?!

hehehe u aint seen nothing yet, i am going over to watercooling at some stage, possibly with peltiers if i can get a power supply that can handle em....

so far i have broken 2 of the 120mm fans... they suck the curtains in and rip blades off, so i using a caged desk fan at the mo.... huge thing, and quiet
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Old 9th March, 2002, 05:34 AM
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Ok the new system is up and running, following is a link to the images.

http://www.imagestation.com/album/?id=4292022293
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Old 9th March, 2002, 03:19 PM
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Here is Mine.
I just assembled everything this weekend.
Very pleased!
what lian li is thaat i got the pc60 usb victor pro
And yes i did the ever popular stelth drive mod
heh nvm i see what case now in your sig
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Yeah, it's two computers for the price of one! I'll admit had a bit of a hand whilst I was taking these photos, as you can probably see. (Shhh - to tell you the truth, it was either Nutter in the pictures, or my PC got it. These AIBOs can be slave drivers if you're not careful)

http://www.hawks.dircon.co.uk/aoa/AiboPc.jpg

Nutter wasn't quite sure which picture looked better, so he decided that I should post both. Apologies to modem users!

http://www.hawks.dircon.co.uk/aoa/AiboPC2.jpg

The strange grey box thing running along the bottom of the picture is the ducting for moving cooler air to the CPU. It's actually made of (ahem) the remains of a weetabix box. The LVD SCSI cable that's draping over the card normally sits better because the machine is upright. It's held into place over the two hard disks by a small patch of velcro. The blue heatsink is documented somewhere over at Spode's Abode

The PSU is a custom dual asynchronous converter providing two rails of 12V and two rails of 5V. Both are actually commoned together at the moment. PSU total rating is about 550W.

Sitting under Nutter are two Plextor CD drives (one writer), an Onstream SC50 and a ZIP, all SCSI. If you look carefully, you can see the two unused IDE headers.

The strange brown patch over the DASDs is actually a piece of Dynomat to help cut down resonances in the metal work. The two sides also have a patch of Dynomat for the same reason.

The machine actually needs a lot of work done on it, and there are plans, but time is restricted!
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this is the fastest one right now
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surlyjoe im dissapointed! i was expecting some crazy watercooled set up! (but unlike mine, in the fact i doubt your system would do impressions of a seive)
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Old 16th March, 2002, 08:51 PM
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TrancBear I sure like seeing how neat every thing is hope I can make this in to some thing simular.
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Some crappy webcam pics
http://users.bart.nl/~multatul/6.jpg
http://users.bart.nl/~multatul/7.jpg
forgot the window !
http://users.bart.nl/~multatul/8.jpg
sure it look okay
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Old 17th March, 2002, 05:21 PM
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how much are the aibos AidanII ?
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