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CrowComp v2.0
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Cost: $1090
Last updated: 01/10/2007
   
Info: The computer itself is an HP Pavilion a1540n. However, while this is for the most part a good computer, it just wasn't enough... So I took it out of its bland HP case and put it in a Coolermaster Centurion 534 to spruce up the picture a bit. I also added an eVGA 7900gs to further enhance its functionality. I'm a bit new to the mod scene, so this is all I can do for the time being.But heh, it runs well. Specs are as follows:
-Cooleraster Centuion 534 with side window
-CoolMax CP500T 500 watt PSU
-AMD Athlon X2 4200+ @2200MHz Socket AM2
-Asus A8M2N
-2GB (2x1GB) 533MHz DDR2 RAM
-eVGA 256MBGDDR3 7900gs
-Western Digital 250GB SATA
-Seagate 160GB PATA
-16x Lightscribe DVD-DL burner
-32x LG CDRW/DVD combo drive
-Creative xFi xTreme Music
Comments: (1)
Bet you've never seen an H
Bet you've never seen an H
My "workstation". Yeah right, work.
My "workstation". Yeah right, work.
The inside. I know, I need to work on cable management. Any suggestions?
The inside. I know, I need to work on cable management. Any suggestions?
Better view of the inside.
Better view of the inside.
The front.
The front.
When it's dark. Camera didn't do too well.
When it's dark. Camera didn't do too well.
caffeinejunkie commented on 2007-01-21 22:00:00 that:
Looks good. As for wire management Rounded IDEs are a must and for the rest you could cut holes in the back plate and route most of the wires out of sight.


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