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Cygnus X1 by Attila Lukacs

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Pie_uk 14th December 2009, 15:51 Quote
wow, ive lurked on this forum for years and this has got to be the best thing ive seen.

amazing
slisgrinder 14th December 2009, 15:57 Quote
Anybody feel like giving a standing ovation??? I do, so pretend I am standing in front of my computer clapping and whistling really loud!!!


Slisgrinder
Canada
alpaca 14th December 2009, 16:07 Quote
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Originally Posted by slipperyskip
One of the best project logs I have ever read. My favorite part was when most everyone thought the project was finished after completion of the aluminum frame! Epic. IMHO one of the top five projects of all time.

it WAS already a first class mod, withouth any exterior! but this,.... you know, do you guys believe in true love?
Meanmotion 14th December 2009, 16:10 Quote
Simply one of the best mods I've ever seen. Beautiful, elegant, subtle, well engineered, functional, ingenious. Definitely my pick for MOTY.
greensabbath 14th December 2009, 16:51 Quote
Wow, fantastic work. There isn't much else to say except I am going to go read the entire worklog and I am very much looking forward to your next piece.
glaeken 14th December 2009, 17:12 Quote
Like others have said, simply fantastic. A beautiful piece of work.
Apocalypso 14th December 2009, 17:45 Quote
Wow, that's quite possibly the most beautiful case mod I have have ever seen.

Well done indeed.
John_T 14th December 2009, 18:13 Quote
Wow. If I were able to choose from any of the mods I've ever seen to own for myself, I'd pick this one.

I love PC's for the things they do, but rarely do I love them simply for the way they look - this is one of those rare exceptions, (it's rather like a finely crafted Humidor).
Fragasaurus 14th December 2009, 18:23 Quote
When I saw the Jarrah I thought you might be in WA :) Sensational mod, kudos to you and your hard work
Wag 14th December 2009, 18:24 Quote
Absolutely incredible. This is a masterwork to rival the best wooden cases done by any number of others on this sight. I feel almost discouraged to build my own wooden case (almost, mind you) simply due to the fact that I could not match such a glorious design.

Bravo!
WildThing 14th December 2009, 18:45 Quote
Truly awesome mod! I love the way the side panels hinge outwards too! ;)
acolite 14th December 2009, 19:19 Quote
Truly an awesome piece of art! Done with fantastic craftmanship and good taste. Very inspiring indeed.

I have to complain about one thing though (not related to this case at all): This is NOT a case-mod .. This is a custom case. Doesn't a mod imply that it was done by modifying something already existing? This maybe a bit pedantic, but this has annoyed me a bit over the years I've been following this "scene". I think calling a 100% fabricated custom PC case a mere modification is an insult to the artist who placed many hours of manual labor into building something unique. Am I alone on this matter?
Veles 14th December 2009, 19:24 Quote
OMFG is all that needs to be said really
leslie 14th December 2009, 19:39 Quote
I'm curious what the overall weight of it is, and could I actually move it without a team of strong guys or a forklift. :)

Very nicely done.
Mr T 14th December 2009, 21:02 Quote
Absolutely superb and made with hand tools too! Id have expected lots of CNCing its so awesome.
E.E.L. Ambiense 14th December 2009, 21:06 Quote
Incredible build. Easily my favorite of the year. Bravo, oldnewby. BRAVO.
Ola.l 14th December 2009, 21:20 Quote
Fantastic work! Inspires one such as myself who only got manual tools at my disposal. I almost gave up because of that, but I keep going back to your project log when I feel like I have hit a wall ;)


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Originally Posted by acolite
I think calling a 100% fabricated custom PC case a mere modification is an insult to the artist who placed many hours of manual labor into building something unique. Am I alone on this matter?

One could argue that modification also stands for modifying the idea of stereotype chassi into something else and more. That's what I think when I see a wellplanned mod :)
mclintox 14th December 2009, 21:21 Quote
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Originally Posted by stonedsurd
Yay! Moar front page mods! :D

This truly is 'modding masterclass' ;)

"Moar" ?
logan'srun 14th December 2009, 22:02 Quote
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Originally Posted by mclintox
"Moar" ?

umm, get out much? Kinda new to the internets are ya?

http://i47.tinypic.com/2dl42s9.gif
HourBeforeDawn 14th December 2009, 22:56 Quote
have to say that looks great
mclintox 14th December 2009, 23:54 Quote
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Originally Posted by logan'srun
Quote:
Originally Posted by mclintox
"Moar" ?

umm, get out much? Kinda new to the internets are ya?

http://i47.tinypic.com/2dl42s9.gif

Eat ****
OleJ 15th December 2009, 01:47 Quote
This is the first mod and case design I've ever seen that actually makes a computer beautiful. Where Apple is high tech this is purely feel and aesthetics. Wow.
I applaud you!
coolmiester 15th December 2009, 02:09 Quote
In terms of build and excitement this is the best i've see since Orac³ bar none
bridgesentry 15th December 2009, 02:48 Quote
This is an Super Man man:D
At first, I thought it lacks of ventilation when turning in to a "wardrobe"...
But when I saw how it open its "wings" I totally ed
Nictron 15th December 2009, 06:31 Quote
God smacked!
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