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well....why not:

 

fatespc.jpg

 

Antec Case w/ 350w power

ASUS A7V8X mobo with Raid/SATA/USB2.0/IEEE 1394/AC97 sound/ and 10/100 Gigabit LAN

AMD 2400 XP

Crucial 1024Mb DDR 2700 Ram

Thermaltake Volcano 9 coolmod

Radeon 9700 Pro - All in Wonder

Envision 19" Flat CRT

Saitek X45 Hotas - - (Comfort Mod)

Logitech Wingman Rumblepad

40GB Western Digital 7200rpm HDD

56x CD-ROM

24x32x48 Liteon CDRW

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Fates, did you do the bullet holes with decals or paint?

 

I think it's time to change cases, was just looking at a Chieftec case over at www.tigerdirect.com here:

 

http://www.tigerdirect.com/sectors/chiefte...tec/xtreme2.asp

 

I've modded my Antec 500 full-tower about as much as I can, and the damn thing is soo big! I keep it under the desk, but then you don't get to see all the cool mods, so it's time for a new project. :lol:

 

I like this new case design. Lots of bays and room for two CD/DVD's and a Fanbus/LCD Panel.

 

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I'll post some pictures of the old Silversides I. I have heavily modified it since then, and it is now Silversides II.

 

New additions are a change from RAID 0 to RAID 5. Using the same 73GB Cheetah drives. The drives are 10K RPM Ultra160 SCSI with 16MB of cache on each. The volume size dropped from 273GB to 205GB when I switched to RAID 5.

 

Other, more recent changes are a faster CDRW, and a switch from a DDS4 tape drive to a faster, larger capacity Ultrium2 tape drive. I also now have a GeForce 4 card in here.

 

Also, I have cut a window in the side of the case door, and added an etched plexiglas window and soft blue cold cathode lighting. Maybe I will change the etched window to a Biohazard symbol now. :wink:

 

This machine, Silversides III is still under construction.

 

Here is a few pics of the old machine. Enoy.

 

-Skater

skater@biohazcentral.com

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Guest Ranger332

new-method-to_20kill-warmachine.jpg

 

syssetup.jpg

 

 

2.0 processor

512 ddram

Radeon 7500

winXP

SB live

Saitek X-45

SWB DSL

3D Gaming Glasses

DX-9.0a

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Well Jeff....the bullet holes are your Autozone decals...hehe...

I have plans to add quite a few more decals...

 

Love the Cheiftec...but, how bout these for a case

 

 

http://us.st7.yimg.com/store1.yimg.com/I/d...n_1738_12922956 http://us.st7.yimg.com/store1.yimg.com/I/d...n_1733_10210228 http://us.st7.yimg.com/store1.yimg.com/I/d...on_1737_5285634 http://us.st7.yimg.com/store1.yimg.com/I/d...n_1738_14512048

 

I know your just drooling over that flower case on the end...hehe...might have to order that for the wife.

 

Got some great stuff over at www.directron.com ....

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Dear God, I may have to gouge out my eyes after looking at that flowery case... It's just so.... wrong. ;)

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Here are pics of my setup.

 

comp1.jpg

 

comp2.jpg

 

comp3.jpg

 

comp4.jpg

 

comp5.jpg

 

Chairs are custom made.

 

Cheers

Beer

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new-method-to_20kill-warmachine.jpg

 

Ranger, you remind me of that charachter on Doonesbury, Mike I think his name is, that always wears the helmet.

You really DO need to get out more hehe...

 

(...at least I take my helmet off before I play on my PC.) :lol::lol::lol:

 

PS.

I gotta get me another camera and set up my scanner before I can show my machine... :cry:

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Hey Beer, looks like the party shack pal... :D Ill just bet your gonna say thats your girlfreind standin there... :lol:

 

Question...Those rudder pedals homemade? Looks like you can adjust them for length. The length adjustment have pegs or something to hold the peddals in place?

 

I have GOT to make my own pedals. The twist grip on my logitech wingman FF is cool but not realistis methinks. Anyone got any good plans?

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The pedals are CH Products Pro Pedals USB, the wood rack I made to keep the pedals in place for Nascar and Flight Simming. The Loft is a great cave to dwell in!

 

 

Cheers

Beer

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Awfully quiet down here <_<

 

So, a few pics of my main system unit - unfortunately nothing that hasn't been done before (or better).

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/scott.e.donal...ue/B&B1.JPG

 

Yup, 3 Hard drives - 320Gb total!

Before anybody says anything - no, I'm not finished with tidying cables :)

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/scott.e.donal...ue/B&B2.JPG

 

Removed stock fan grills & replaced with transparent atomic ones

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/scott.e.donal...ue/B&B3.JPG

 

Anybody know a good cleaner for brushed black aluminium? :blink:

(It doesn't look anything like as bad in the metal - I think that the flash & image compression makes it look far worse)

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/scott.e.donal...ue/B&B4.JPG

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/scott.e.donal...ue/B&B5.JPG

 

swapped stock fans for blue LED ones.

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/scott.e.donal...ue/B&B6.JPG

 

Swapped stock power & HDD activity LEDs for blue & red

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/scott.e.donal...ue/B&B7.JPG

 

Before the Tt Volcano 12 it had an LED fan on the HSF as well.

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Hey, that looks nice :)

 

I've got some plans together for my computer I'm gonna get when I go to college. Some blue LED with the Antec Tri-color fans... mmm... It'll be sweet :D

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