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Sigge Lundqvist
By: Dreadlock Rating: 7 (13 votes)
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Cost: 4000$+
Last updated: 01/10/2007
   
Info: I got sick and tired of all those ugly phase-chift solutions out there so I went and made myself a good looking one. Specs:

P4 2400 @ 3582 (199x18)
512 mb ocz el 3500
Hecules 9700 pro
1,2 tb storage
all pending around -22ยบ full load.
Questions? Yes! I have stealthmodded the units, not just taken pictures yet! Yes there's a side that fits around the screen now and yes I have redone all wireing! New pictures soon!
Comments: (8)
Front picture. Behind the blac
Front picture. Behind the blac
Sideview of how the compressor is fitted under the rest of the computer. The powersupply is a Q-tec 550 W to keep up with the large amount of power required to keep it running. Note that the motherboard now is on the higher part of the case and not in the bottom like customary.
Sideview of how the compressor is fitted under the rest of the computer. The powersupply is a Q-tec 550 W to keep up with the large amount of power required to keep it running. Note that the motherboard now is on the higher part of the case and not in the bottom like customary.
Here's what everybody has been talking about lately - The samsung 15" Industrial TFT. The reason I went for this one is that it's only 8mm thick! I got it off ebay dirtcheep and with some premade controller together with solderingskills I managed to build an interface!
Here's what everybody has been talking about lately - The samsung 15" Industrial TFT. The reason I went for this one is that it's only 8mm thick! I got it off ebay dirtcheep and with some premade controller together with solderingskills I managed to build an interface!
The compressor and the radiator that belongs to it. Note that there is some more work to be done to the steel frame inside the case, but it's not on the top of my prioroty list since you can't really see it when the sides are attatched. The green thing is the screens controller.
The compressor and the radiator that belongs to it. Note that there is some more work to be done to the steel frame inside the case, but it's not on the top of my prioroty list since you can't really see it when the sides are attatched. The green thing is the screens controller.
Close dark look at the compressor which have that alienglow over it. I think people are using way too much blue lights nowdays so I went for a really bright purple color wich in the dark almost looks white. The red to the left is a ledmodified 120mm exhaust fan.
Close dark look at the compressor which have that alienglow over it. I think people are using way too much blue lights nowdays so I went for a really bright purple color wich in the dark almost looks white. The red to the left is a ledmodified 120mm exhaust fan.
Since the tube from the compressor to the cpu is in the way and the fact that I'm placing a compressor on the backside makes it impossible to have the powersupply on the normal place - so I simply placed in in the middle of the computer - where the heart belongs!
Since the tube from the compressor to the cpu is in the way and the fact that I'm placing a compressor on the backside makes it impossible to have the powersupply on the normal place - so I simply placed in in the middle of the computer - where the heart belongs!
Hushplz commented on 2005-11-08 22:00:00 that:
good work :D

Psychotic_god commented on 2005-09-15 22:00:00 that:
That looks like a bomb!

lost commented on 2005-08-11 22:00:00 that:
wow.. hotness!

Digital commented on 2003-03-12 22:00:00 that:
is that a billt in lcd thats the shit man cool

TaylorMade commented on 2003-02-16 22:00:00 that:
Cool Case, Must have taken tons of time. I am actually trying to do something like what you have done with this computer except I want it to be a little neater looking and not quite as bazaar. Any hints? I was going to use the RAIDMAX 268 and simply attach a 15' flat screen to the inside of the window.

Bassdude1000 commented on 2003-02-13 22:00:00 that:
wow great job on that screan. gotta be great for the lan parties

Triple-X commented on 2003-02-12 22:00:00 that:
Cool concept having a self contained PC screen and all.. but still really cramped looking and its looks more like you stealthed your wiring mess not your components.. a definate rewire is in order... But I do admit... the screen and your did it yourself water solution are real nice. Good job

d3bruts1d commented on 2003-02-10 22:00:00 that:
cramped and messy... would look better in a larger case. Still nice work that you managed to get all that together.


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