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Na'ir al Saif by Attila Lukacs

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proxess 26th November 2010, 11:44 Quote
My eyes are watering. That's such a beautiful mod! zomg!
do_it_anyway 26th November 2010, 11:50 Quote
That is one of the sexiest things I have seen.

Ever!
Fingers66 26th November 2010, 12:13 Quote
The craftmanship and attention to detail demonstrated here is simply stunning.
Dannythemusicman 26th November 2010, 12:21 Quote
That is simply stunning. Case manufacturers should take some inspiration from this very design imo, maybe then I wouldn't be hiding my comp under my desk so much.
Singularity 26th November 2010, 12:37 Quote
This isn't a case, this is art! I love it :)
Elton 26th November 2010, 12:42 Quote
My god...that is just simply...beautiful..just ....insane quality.
Spreadie 26th November 2010, 12:53 Quote
Staggeringly pretty design. Brilliant mod.
Fabou 26th November 2010, 13:11 Quote
It was a nice project to follow, it's a pleasure to see it back here( plus it made me re watch the cygnus X1 project.)
Nexxo 26th November 2010, 13:13 Quote
Definitely the best mod I have ever seen.
mi1ez 26th November 2010, 13:18 Quote
Maaaaan.
Just... MAAAAAN!
daveskye 26th November 2010, 13:21 Quote
As a custom PC mag reader, I want the editor to get this talented dude to design a case and then make a step to step guide to publish it in the Mag. So then the readers can have a go at making their own case.
Maybe a simple design would be a good starting project!!

Then the Mag could genuinely call them self ‘Custom PC’ rather than the review mag it has become!!!!
SchizoFrog 26th November 2010, 13:28 Quote
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Originally Posted by daveskye
As a custom PC mag reader, I want the editor to get this talented dude to design a case and then make a step to step guide to publish it in the Mag. So then the readers can have a go at making their own case.
Maybe a simple design would be a good starting project!!

Then the Mag could genuinely call them self ‘Custom PC’ rather than the review mag it has become!!!!

I totally agree that there should be a 'Workshop' section in the mag. If they spread the project over the 12 issues of a year, it would by itself bring about more subscribers.
devilxc 26th November 2010, 13:34 Quote
Fantastic project and an excellent log; followed this one from the start. It'll take an absolutely amazing mod to best this one for MOTY.

Great work.
[PUNK] crompers 26th November 2010, 13:34 Quote
the best mod i've ever seen hands down
[USRF]Obiwan 26th November 2010, 13:38 Quote
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Originally Posted by Singularity
This isn't a case, this is art! I love it :)

What he says!

Another amazing piece of craftsmanship, it just looks stunning in every angle. In hundred years it will be sold like a Picasso painting...
paz45 26th November 2010, 14:01 Quote
Truely awesome , wish i had 10th of his skills
Nexxo 26th November 2010, 14:04 Quote
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Originally Posted by daveskye
As a custom PC mag reader, I want the editor to get this talented dude to design a case and then make a step to step guide to publish it in the Mag. So then the readers can have a go at making their own case.
Maybe a simple design would be a good starting project!!

Then the Mag could genuinely call them self ‘Custom PC’ rather than the review mag it has become!!!!
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Originally Posted by SchizoFrog
I totally agree that there should be a 'Workshop' section in the mag. If they spread the project over the 12 issues of a year, it would by itself bring about more subscribers.

Interesting thought. Model engineering magazines document a multiple number of projects, often in installments over a period of months, interspersed with articles on tools and techniques. Perhaps this is a format that Custom PC could look at.
benji2412 26th November 2010, 14:14 Quote
Absolutely stunning mod, the way the PSU is part of the lower frame (or at least it looks like) is fantastic. And those fans, wow!
WildThing 26th November 2010, 14:21 Quote
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Originally Posted by Singularity
This isn't a case, this is art! I love it :)

+1 Truly inspirational! Makes me want to get of my ass and mod something right now! Shame I'm such a noob at modding... :o
Bungletron 26th November 2010, 14:43 Quote
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Originally Posted by Nexxo
Interesting thought. Model engineering magazines document a multiple number of projects, often in installments over a period of months, interspersed with articles on tools and techniques. Perhaps this is a format that Custom PC could look at.

Not sure I like the sound of this, sounds like one of this annoying tv ads:

'Ever wanted to hand craft a PC just like the professionals? Over 500 weeks pick up the components and learn how to build a hand crafted custom PC using this magazine thats builds into a step by step guide, issue 1 comes with the cable ties and is on sale now for the special trial price of £0.99 (Normal retail price: £9.99)'
Ripitup121 26th November 2010, 15:05 Quote
Very Very Sexy Scratch build.
wormy 26th November 2010, 15:11 Quote
wow. I'm lost for words.
scott_chegg 26th November 2010, 15:11 Quote
Very nice. Very very nice.
Nexxo 26th November 2010, 15:14 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bungletron
Not sure I like the sound of this, sounds like one of this annoying tv ads:

'Ever wanted to hand craft a PC just like the professionals? Over 500 weeks pick up the components and learn how to build a hand crafted custom PC using this magazine thats builds into a step by step guide, issue 1 comes with the cable ties and is on sale now for the special trial price of £0.99 (Normal retail price: £9.99)'

:p

No, I was thinking more about ongoing logs of people's mods, with perhaps specials on how to do certain things (e.g. braid cables, cut aluminium cleanly, paint cases, design basic electronic circuits) and some discussion of basic formulas (e.g. how to calculate the noise that all your fans combined will make, how to calculate the capacity of your water cooling loop, how to calculate what PSU you will need to feed the lot), and some discussion of tools (using a lathe, bending brake, clean soldering for beginners, multimeters for beginners).
SlowMotionSuicide 26th November 2010, 15:37 Quote
Oh wow.
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