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post #91 of 95
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Thank you for the nice compliment! and flattered it's your first post on Overclock.net. The only challenge is finding time. I've pinned to down commitments since before CES. Possibly this Spring / Early Summer, I'll be free (crosses fingers) smile.gif
post #92 of 95
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Originally Posted by Bill Owen View Post

Here are the Hi-Res photos of "Firefly" Tribute PC. Geoff is working on the desktop wallpapers
2912 x 4368 Corsair 400R Firefly Case Mod: Front
2912 x 4368 Corsair 400R Firefly Case Mod : Left
2912 x 4368 Corsair 400R Firefly Case Mod : Right

now my wallpapers thumb.gif Ah May Zing drool.gif
post #93 of 95
Just saw it in CPU magazine. Nice job and congratulation.....thumb.gif

Was searching Google for a pic to use in another thread here, and found this one. Hope you don't mind that I linked to it. Was telling ranviper how I think someone has him beat on the Firefly theme...lol

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Edited by mathelm - 1/31/12 at 3:52am
post #94 of 95
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@Overclocker55, Glad you liked them, and Thank you! thumb.gif

@mathlem, Hahah, awesome video! Thanks for posting biggrin.gif

more firefly PC pics from CES

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corsair_400_window_panel_pc_case_mod_serenity_ces_2012d.JPG

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corsair_400_window_panel_pc_case_mod_serenity_ces_2012f.JPG
post #95 of 95
Very nice mod you have done here. I loved that serie so much, so good and fun to Watch. Incredible that they could get a very good story like that wrapped up in only one season of 14 épisodes (13 on air, one hidden on the dvd set) and one of the best sci-fi movie of all time. Josh Whedon is a Genius, simply put.
It needs a lot of skill, talent, time, and mostly some courage as all of you have seen, creating this masterpiece need you to destroy some part of the original case to get it done. But it is always the case when case modding is involved. It takes a lot of modifications (hence the shortcut "mod") to achieve some kind of artwork like this.

Just bought a rotary tool (Dremel clone imported for Mastercraft), to make my very first case mod on this 400R: I have to cut a hole to get access to my lower sata ports on a Gigabyte G1.Killer.Sniper3 motherboard I just installed this week. WIll surelly not get into the same kind of project, but that will be a good practice with the tool to get acquainted with case modding. And don,t worry people, I will take everything out of the case before beginning the cutting job! I will not post any pics, it is just a practical mod because I need to be able to connect all my HDDs XD. It is just a ******* hole....


Nice Job Bro!!!
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