"Ultimate" HTPC case?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Arthur Legardo, May 2, 2002.

  1. Arthur Legardo

    Arthur Legardo Second Unit

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    Could it be? Here's the review.
     
  2. Drew Wimmer

    Drew Wimmer Stunt Coordinator

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    damn, it's about time someone made a case with a vfd stock
    I'm just building a case for mine, I've got an aluminum airline food-tray box that's just itching for me to take a jig-saw and dremel to it [​IMG]
    I think once i get into more permanent living conditions (in college right now) I'll probably get a 3u rackmount case for it [​IMG]
     
  3. Jeff Kleist

    Jeff Kleist Executive Producer

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    That's very cool!

    But not for $200+
     
  4. Vince Maskeeper

    Vince Maskeeper Producer

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    I just use a rackmount server case- and then just rackmounted all my other gear to match (easy since with stuff like pro amps and processing, it was already designed for a racmount.

    Looks pretty good- still looking for a good way to rackmount Video Game machines though...

    -Vince
     
  5. Camp

    Camp Cinematographer

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    Very nice.

    Any links to sites selling it (in the US)? Any links for sites selling HTPC cases at all? I seem to be having difficulty finding cases like this one.
     
  6. Matt Stryker

    Matt Stryker Screenwriter

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  7. Jason Harbaugh

    Jason Harbaugh Cinematographer

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    Very cool but almost like a cheap version of the one Abeer did over at AVS. I am one of the few that got one and I must say it is the most beautifully done PC facia I've seen, and was only $140 to boot.
     

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