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The gaming machine has a nice-looking heatsink, sort of generic case, but at least the cooling is good. I really like the clean insides. The outside, no, but that's a very nice 120mm blowhole at the top.
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Yeah except it's not ugly, it's beautiful
Imo,it's beautiful and ugly @ the same time.
Would make a nice case for a PhenomII/i5 or i7,and no one would ever want to use your computer!(since it would look like a packard bell.)
    
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The council has spoken on the issue of jprovido's submission has been a solid.. TOO PRETTY. We are very sorry that your system looks so good.. (BUM)MER.





Councilor 1 says..
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I'd say no. The monitor is ugly, but this is a butt ugly machine competition and the rig itself certainly isn't ugly at all. It's not pretty, but it's definitely not ugly.
Councilor 2 says...
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I will put my vote towards, "not a BUM".
The case and what is visible on the interior is too clean and "nice" to qualify, IMHO.
Councilor 3 says...
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I have to say no. It's a CRT and all but I don't see much that's "butt ugly" IMHO.
There is one other Councilor that has not been able to respond yet but as for me I would have to say that even if they said yes.. it would still be a majority no.

Sorry Sir.. You are just too pretty to be a BUM. My condolences.




Edited by Enigma8750 - 7/1/10 at 8:39pm
    
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One more day and the Let the BUM Action begin..

Sunday 7/4/2010 will start our JULY the 4th BUM Awards commence.

This will be a Hot one..

Edited by Enigma8750 - 7/3/10 at 10:38am
    
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This machine is no longer in this form; but it was pretty bad when I got it. The case was pretty hideous, but I never got a pic of the outside. I still have the case, I could get a picture of it empty for you.


Anyway, this is my uncle's old gaming rig fro ca. 2002.


Specs:
AMD Athlon XP 2600+
Thermaltake Volcano 7+ CPU heatsink
Asus A7N8X Deluxe (no CMOS battery)
1x Samsung 512MB DDR 400
2x Samsung 256MB DDR 400
Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB
Generic 56k modem card
No power supply
Western Digital 120GB
Lite-On DVD-ROM
random CD-ROM (unconnected)
random floppy drive (shredded data cable)


Here it is being prepped for testing:

post #547 of 948
That's some really awesome hardware for 2002! Did he get to game on it these past 8 years? Looks like he's missing some stuff.
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I think he used it until late 2005, then upgraded to a Pentium D something and a 7800GT, and last I heard he had a Phenom II 955 and 9800GTX+. He builds a huge top-of-the-line rig every 2-4 years, then runs it into the ground, then upgrades again. He left this rig at my grandma's when he moved to Britain.


I'm probably ruining my chances, but here's what it looked like when I finished with it:
http://www.overclock.net/amd-build-l...er-barton.html

It was in rough shape, neglected for going on five years, scavenged for parts, used as a dumping ground for parts that weren't needed in other computers... I gave it a new case, a quality power supply (after one dud, and one that didn't quite fit the need), new and faster RAM, new heatsink, newer lower-power GPU... I even stole the gold fan grille from a busted Antec TP-480 to put in the side panel to give it some bling.

I polish it every now and then:


Final specs:
AMD Athlon XP 2600+
Asus A7N8X Deluxe
1GB SuperTalent DDR 400 CL2.5
Radeon X1300 Pro 256MB
Rosewill heatsink
Rosewill NIC
SeaGate 7200.11 160GB IDE
Lite-On DVD burner
Antec NSK6580
Ubuntu 10.04


Edited by Phaedrus2129 - 7/5/10 at 12:41pm
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I think he used it until late 2005, then upgraded to a Pentium D something and a 7800GT, and last I heard he had a Phenom II 955 and 9800GTX+. He builds a huge top-of-the-line rig every 2-4 years, then runs it into the ground, then upgrades again. He left this rig at my grandma's when he moved to Britain.


I'm probably ruining my chances, but here's what it looked like when I finished with it:
http://www.overclock.net/amd-build-l...er-barton.html

It was in rough shape, neglected for going on five years, scavenged for parts, used as a dumping ground for parts that weren't needed in other computers... I gave it a new case, a quality power supply (after one dud, and one that didn't quite fit the need), new and faster RAM, new heatsink, newer lower-power GPU... I even stole the gold fan grille from a busted Antec TP-480 to put in the side panel to give it some bling.

I polish it every now and then:


Final specs:
AMD Athlon XP 2600+
Asus A7N8X Deluxe
1GB SuperTalent DDR 400 CL2.5
Radeon X1300 Pro 256MB
Rosewill heatsink
Rosewill NIC
SeaGate 7200.11 160GB IDE
Lite-On DVD burner
Antec NSK6580
Ubuntu 10.04

Idk what to tell you.. you did a great job redoing your uncles computer. Your wire management needs some work but otherwise its a really nice system. Its actually based on one of Antecs Top of the line cases a couple of years ago. that new rosewill looks great on the processor and it would be a great Internet machine and BF2 machine if you were so inclined but I am very sorry... it is not a BUM man.
    
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Yeah I know, but it was when I got it. Does that count for something? The old pics? Huh?
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