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Beyond the Grave by Edvuld

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Hiren 4th July 2007, 10:08 Quote
Amazing mod ;)
[WP@]WOLVERINE 4th July 2007, 11:07 Quote
This is totally amazing!!!! I just love every single part of it. An absolutely awesome mod from a truly superskilled modder. Hats off to Edvuld ;)
LoveJoy 4th July 2007, 11:14 Quote
Love it. I have even seen the series. I personaly would have placed one gun of his to some where but that looks still amazing
DougEdey 4th July 2007, 11:15 Quote
Not a major fan of deep Gothic architecture myself, but the skills and effort and output are amazing. Well done.
Glider 4th July 2007, 11:40 Quote
I'm with Doug, not my cookie, but wow, a nice cake none the less ;)
[USRF]Obiwan 4th July 2007, 13:33 Quote
Out goes the blue.. in comes the red

:D

It is an awesome mod. Much of work also, seeing from the pics.
Mr. Oizo 4th July 2007, 14:45 Quote
WOW! This casemod is build by a pro!
Bluephoenix 4th July 2007, 15:53 Quote
has to be the most awesome fileserver on the face of the planet.
Tulatin 4th July 2007, 16:38 Quote
Nice project - though i'm surprised nobody bitched about the crosses
Edvuld 4th July 2007, 17:29 Quote
Thank you everyone, glad you like it ;)

Thanks to Brett for the editing as well!
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Originally Posted by [WP@]WOLVERINE
This is totally amazing!!!! I just love every single part of it. An absolutely awesome mod from a truly superskilled modder. Hats off to Edvuld ;)

Seems like you have more HDDs than me, care to trade for Puzzlebox 2?

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Originally Posted by [USRF]Obiwan
Out goes the blue.. in comes the red

:D

It is an awesome mod. Much of work also, seeing from the pics.

When I started with modding, blue was what every 12yo and his mother used, so I had to get something else ;)

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Originally Posted by LoveJoy
Love it. I have even seen the series. I personaly would have placed one gun of his to some where but that looks still amazing

Well, at least I got one of them on the left side engraving, if you look carefully! ;)
Techx 4th July 2007, 20:17 Quote
that's f'in amazing, love the metalwork
Woodstock 4th July 2007, 20:19 Quote
wow, thats pretty nuts, a bit of a shame its not a watercooled overclocked rig with all those the possible radiator spots
stoff3r 4th July 2007, 21:28 Quote
great mod. what did you use to cut? a dremel in a fixed position?
Morphine-Kitty 4th July 2007, 21:51 Quote
Looks truly amazing. Awesome job Edvuld. ;)

How big is each hard drive? 500 gigs? That would be a mighty 6 terabytes of space.
z3rb 5th July 2007, 00:58 Quote
Wow I'm really impressed. <3
r0z|3o0n 5th July 2007, 02:20 Quote
Although it isn't in any way a requirement, it seems a shame to have such a fantastic case without some amazing hardware inside to finish it off. Someone sponsor this man!
Edvuld 5th July 2007, 07:53 Quote
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Originally Posted by Woodstock
wow, thats pretty nuts, a bit of a shame its not a watercooled overclocked rig with all those the possible radiator spots
Hehe, yeah, watercooling does add a nice extra touch, and I have the spare space, but I kind of dislike the extra maintenance that comes with it...
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Originally Posted by stoff3r
great mod. what did you use to cut? a dremel in a fixed position?
I used my jigsaw for pretty much everything. Pic

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Originally Posted by Morphine-Kitty
Looks truly amazing. Awesome job Edvuld. ;)

How big is each hard drive? 500 gigs? That would be a mighty 6 terabytes of space.
I have loads of smaller HDDs that I wanted to put in one centra computer, so they're not that big, but I'll replace them with 500GB Samsung P166 drives when they start to get unreliable... There's loads of more info in the Project Log

HDDS:
2x500GB Maxtor DMax11 16MB SATA2
1x250GB Maxtor DMax10 16MB SATA
2x200GB Maxtor DMax10 8MB SATA
1x250GB Maxtor DMax9+ 8MB IDE
2x200GB WDigital Caviar SE 8MB IDE
~2,3TB
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Originally Posted by r0z|3o0n
Although it isn't in any way a requirement, it seems a shame to have such a fantastic case without some amazing hardware inside to finish it off. Someone sponsor this man!

^ Hear hear ;)

Don't be afraid to give feedback on my writing, both in the article, and on the worklog as well - if you feel there's something I should change the next time around.
Bindibadgi 5th July 2007, 09:22 Quote
g3n3tiX 5th July 2007, 13:01 Quote
dugg'ed !
Digg it Bt readers, so it gets the coverage it deserves...
Too bad the final and "in zee dark" pics are blurry.
Edvuld 5th July 2007, 13:15 Quote
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Originally Posted by g3n3tiX
dugg'ed !
Digg it Bt readers, so it gets the coverage it deserves...
Too bad the final and "in zee dark" pics are blurry.

Yeah, I'll try to borrow a system cam next time so I'll get better pics in the dark, and won't have to worry about shaking...
Bindibadgi 5th July 2007, 14:12 Quote
Grab yourself a tripod if possible, that's all you need :)
pendragon 5th July 2007, 18:09 Quote
top notch work, Edvuld! I loves me a good anime-inspired case anyday ;)
The_Gnu 10th July 2007, 00:01 Quote
Love this case..probably because im a fan of darkred and aluminium and I have some sketches of a case with a sligtly similar design. but you have a very nice way to express you fantasy and I hope I get to see more of this wonderfull work inte the future.
Fortsätt så ;)

/GNU
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