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The $15 case mod mkII
Written by Weldzilla   
Sunday, 29 April 2007 08:06


Case mod.

Well it's that time again.... I haven't built a computer for here in the house for a couple months. I have built quite a few systems this year but,they have all left the building. This started out to be just a little gamer for Matt's friends when they come over. It was to be based on an Epox 4PDA2+ Ver.2 running a 2.8C and 2 x 512 G.Skill PC4400LE.

As I modded out the case I actually fit the motherboard in and was finishing out the build even taking pictures along the way. I let the wife chose the colors inside and out for the case. It was a happy time in our little world.

Puzzlebox 2.0 case mod
Written by Danrok   
Saturday, 21 April 2007 02:03


Puzzlebox 2.0.
From Bit-Tech:

Love them or loathe them, horror films are hugely popular and a staple of modern Hollywood. If I asked you to name something common to most horror films, you would probably think of blood or zombies or screaming blondes, right?

There is another common element: sequels! There were three Scream movies, we had eight Nightmare on Elm Streets and the Friday the 13th franchise made it to ten (!) in various guises. My chosen favourite, Clive Barker's Hellraiser had four theatrical releases and many more straight-to-video.

The $14.50 case mod
Written by Weldzilla   
Sunday, 25 February 2007 08:30
Case modRemember that case I bought for $14.50 from I bought it cuz it looked roomy and to prove that you need not spend big bucks on a case. Well as a reminder here is the case. Now take a close look at the floppy/hdd cage cuz it is going to change dramatically and where the rear fan is located is going to get a little modding too. you will soon see that a cheap case is as good as any.
Modding a Network Switch
Written by Rondog   
Thursday, 22 February 2007 11:19

So I plug in the 1016 and, the two 40mm cooling fans are the whiniest most high pitched screeching noise creators on the Earth.

So instead of changing the switch for another, Rondog proceeded to appy some modding skills to the situation.



Thermaltake Quad GPU PSU
Written by Samuknow   
Saturday, 17 February 2007 12:20

The Thermaltake Power Supply Unit (PSU) will get you through the maxed out energy needs of your PC. It isn't all that powerful as the Ultra Products 2,000 watts PSU; but it'll support both AMD and Intel Quad configs.


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