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MCD



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I was wondering which hardware suits the best for MenuetOS and FreeDOS/DEx, so I accidentially found this pic. Enjoy! Smile Wink


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Post 14 Apr 2005, 10:33
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f0dder



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That's pretty ghetto Very Happy
Post 14 Apr 2005, 10:46
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vbVeryBeginner



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oh man.... wat is that weirdo Very Happy
it would be really nice if ur monitor are wrapped inside some paper box ;!
Post 14 Apr 2005, 11:43
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f0dder



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vbVery, I'm afraid that could be rather dangerous... unless you're doing it with a TFT monitor.
Post 14 Apr 2005, 14:05
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smiddy



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Wow! That is a pretty sad state of affairs. But I have seen worse in some of the labs I've worked in doing prototyping.
Post 14 Apr 2005, 15:54
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f0dder wrote:
vbVery, I'm afraid that could be rather dangerous... unless you're doing it with a TFT monitor.


Very Happy lol
Post 14 Apr 2005, 17:00
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UCM



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Holy cow that's crazy. Wink

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Post 14 Apr 2005, 21:26
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PopeInnocent



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I gotta build me one of those! Smile New modding trend: all-cardboard.
Post 15 Apr 2005, 04:07
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Vasilev Vjacheslav



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i think it is a new INWIN case Smile)
Post 15 Apr 2005, 17:35
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JohnFound



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btw: I like the monitor - 7 or 9" maybe. I plan to install a PC in my car, so, one, like this will fit very good in limited space. The only flaw of this one is that it is B&W, not color.
Post 16 Apr 2005, 13:18
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madmatt



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This has to qualify as the UGLIEST computer I have ever seen! What's next, paper bags from the supermarket? Laughing Looks, like what a hobo would put together out of the garbage cans. Very Happy
Post 17 Apr 2005, 06:21
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MCD



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I have actually build my computer myself after I had received all the parts I ordered. For testage purpose, I first assembled them without any case, just right on my office desktop. It was a hole lot more "naked" than the one on the pic above, but it was still alot more beautiful than this piece of crappy lump Smile
Post 19 Apr 2005, 07:51
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i haven't yet seen a naked functional monitor, perhaps.... any high-tech weirdo could post some pic here Smile
Post 19 Apr 2005, 11:35
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madmatt



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Got to admit though it IS working, and is the CHEAPEST way to make a computer case. If you bought a new box and ..... nyyaaa, it would still look like a hobo computer. If you want to see the insides of the computer, why not build a case out of plexiglass plastic and use a compatible old case as a model? HEY! just had an idea, some crazy people would actually consider this "art", Have tried selling this on ebay?!!
Post 19 Apr 2005, 22:12
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There's a lot of plexi cases out already, and it's so goddamn ugly. People and their cathode tubes and... bleh >_<
Post 19 Apr 2005, 22:49
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lol Very Happy
Post 19 Apr 2005, 23:16
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MCD



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good. You all seem to like this technical sh1t, so I have a site for ya:http://assembler.roarvgm.com dedicated to all those mad video game console assemblers (has not much to do with assembly language).

I especially like those:http://assembler.roarvgm.com/Singer_Izek/Izek_2/izek_2.html Damned, now you see how hard Nintendo is trying to make girls interested in video games Very Happy
Post 20 Apr 2005, 07:31
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madmatt



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fodder: BullShit!
MCD: This line says it all:
"ASSEMBLER is back *in force* like a motherfu**er.
Post 21 Apr 2005, 22:17
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f0dder



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madmatt, bullshit? I think all the case-modding stuff is silly. I like my case the same way as my code: lean, mean, clean and efficient. I did once build a "computer in a flight-case", but that's because we had no other casing. Re-routing the HDD leds and speaker to the inside of a toy sheep was superfluous, but well - that was before the whole modding craze started.
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rob.rice



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I do sheet metal I would have put that in a box made out of duct
the only modding I can see doing is something functional
like adding fans cooling more hard drives than the box was made for

I just can't see wasting time reinventing the box when it's what's inside the box
that counts and what you can do with it
Post 22 Apr 2005, 01:37
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