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 Post subject: Ground up build.
PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2008 4:04 pm 
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Just thought some of you might enjoy watching my build as it takes place. It's still early on. I just got all my parts in and I've begun welding the chassis.

You can see it here:

I update approximately every weekend.
http://www.ozone1000.com/orange_frame_computer1_10.htm


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Wow, cool case. I really like the design concepts. Keep it up!!! :D


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whelderwheels613 wrote:
Wow, cool case. I really like the design concepts. Keep it up!!! :D


QFT! Although I think it would be neat if you somehow got all the parts into the octagon (ie the psu). But like you said, you're going for function over form.


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Thanks for the comments.

If you read the whole thing on my website, you would have seen that the internal temps of my existing case really aren't that bad. That may mean that all that airflow may be unnecessary. If that's the case, then really, it would be easy to fit everything inside, I think, because it's a big honkin' case.

For now, I think I'll just keep going the way I'm going, but I'm kind of diggin' this case building thing and maybe I'll do another one and change things up a bit.

Thanks again.


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Looking clean ;) Nice specs too. Keep it up. Can't wait to see the finished product.


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Glad things seem stable now. If only stability were easier to remedy!


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