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    One seriously cool case mod


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    pretty nice server

    i wonder how much Thousands it cost for that case

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    I can only quote one of them:
    Any compliment I can think of is going to be a understatement but I'll try anyway.... That is truly a work of art!!!!
    Weight : 105 kg OUCH!

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    He shoulda made it of titanium with a refriderated cooling system amatuers...

    *ahem*...

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    Must be nice to have a little extra cash laying around to spend.

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    Some people have entirely too much disceationary income
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    I doubt this person has simply "blown money" on this system. To me, it looks like pure and simple advertising. Kind of like a car audio shop sponsoring their own "monster car system", simply to show off. Believe it or not, it can be MUCH cheaper than actually advertising in the media, and shows the people that actually buy the goods more of a hands on example of what the company is capable of. Bringing this PC to computer shows will DEFINATELY fill their books with orders, or at least leads, almost instantly.

    They've taken a bunch of components that are really for sale, just sitting around, so they aren't any real cost, per se. The largest investment here is the production of the case, but it looks like it has been well worth it!

    Of course, I could be wrong.
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    I guess that LAN parties across campus are out of the question.
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    30 liters of water!
    Blow out a plexitube and you got a flood on your hands.
    A true work of art though---------almost scary
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    How much is 105 kg in lbs....sorry for the lack of converisonism.....is that a word?
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    2.2 pounds per Kilogram or 231 lbs. 60 lbs of that is the water for the cooling system

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    Originally posted by bushmaster
    2.2 pounds per Kilogram or 231 lbs. 60 lbs of that is the water for the cooling system
    This thing must be a bytch to hual around then if he does.....
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    It's freaking awesome, but he should put a hitch on it to move it around I like the water cooling system, really cool with the UV particles in it.

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    Oozing class, good looks and eventually H20.

    Great mod - if high risk.

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