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    This section of the site is for you the viewers and readers of our site to take part and show off the hard work you have put into the design and construction of your custom cases. We hope that in seeing the great ideas that people have used will inspire you to come up with your own creative and unique design. 
     

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    Name: Mayhem (Martin)
    E-mail:
    mayhem (at) linuxathome.net
    Website:
    www.linuxathome.net
    Note:
    This is my new system, it's a Athlon XP 2600+ (Overclocked to 2.27GHz with 142FSB) with a ThermalTake Volcano 7 HSF modded with a ThermalTake Smart Case Fan II, Gigabyte GA-7VRXP Motherboard, 3 x 256MB Kingmax PC2700 DDR333 Memory (TOTAL 768MB), 2 x 80GB Western Digital JB 8MB Cache 7200RPM HDD, 1 x 120GB Seagate 7200.7 8MB Cache 7200RPM, Gigabyte Radeon 9600 XT 128MB Graphics Card, Sound Blaster Live! 5.1, Enermax Black Server Case with Aopen 400Watt PSU, Lite-On 52x32x52x CD-RW, Lite-On 12x DVD+/-RW, 17" Hyundai Q17A LCD Monitor, Philips SBCHP890 Headphones. Mods so far include a clear side panel, dual 8" blue custom neons and best of all a NISSAN badge :) Now with a custom 2 port front USB made out of a floppy drive bay cover.

    Name: Mayhem (Martin)
    E-mail:
    mayhem (at) linuxathome.net
    Website:
    www.linuxathome.net
    Note:
    This is my old personal machine, Its a Pentium II 450 with 192MB SDRAM and a 30GB Seagate Barracuda HDD. Its now used as a backup computer, fileserver and occasional games server..

    Name: Mayhem (Martin)
    E-mail:
    mayhem (at) linuxathome.net
    Website:
    www.linuxathome.net
    Note:
    This little beast is my server which also acts as the test machine for all hardware reviews (as you can see from the window, neon and lcd), it is a Intel Celeron 600 with 384MB SDRAM (3 x 128MB), 10.2GB Quantum Fireball HDD and a 30GB Seagate Barracudda HDD...

    Name: Casper (Sally)
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    Website:
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    Note:
    Athlon XP 1600+ (1.4GHz), 512MB DDR SDRAM, 40GB Seagate Barracuda HDD, 64MB GeForce 2 GTS with TV In/Out, SB Live!, Boston Speakers, RICOH 40x20x10x CD Writer and best of all a "Kitty" Case.

    Name: Fishy (Ben)
    E-mail:
    fishy (at) blazingaces.com
    Website:
    l2k.aus3d.net
    Note:
    Dual AMD XP 1700+ with Volcano 7 (50cfm Sund BB Fans), Tyan Tiger MPX S2466-4M, 512MB DDR PC2100, Hercules GeForce 3 Ti500, Sound Blaster Live!, Adaptec AHA-293OU2 SCSI Adapter, 9.1GB Atlas II 10000rpm (SCSI), two 9.1GB IBM 7200rpm (SCSI RAID-0), 20GB 7200rpm Fugitsu, 40GB Seagate, Enermax Black Server Case with 431Watt PSU, Aluminium SCSI Hot Swap bays, 40x CD-ROM. Mods so far include a clear side panel, dual 8" red/blue custom neons.

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