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    Clear cube computer

    Hey all,
    I just finished adding a bunch of mods to my computer. I added a lot of lighting, sleeved my PSU, added a second HDD, and put a clear cover on my PSU. I really am pleased with the results, but I think there is a little missing still, and want to hear some ideas. I think that some additional lighting in blue under the motherboard and some yellow LED's shinning on the sound and video cards would help it out a lot, and maybe chroming the front of the cd drives. Do you guys have an suggestions for ther mods to do or things i could do differently with the case? Here are some pictures:







    There are also a lot more pictures of it available at http://www.cubedpc.com/photos.htm, and information is at http://www.cubedpc.com/thecube.htm.
    -Steve

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    Damn man that is awesome!!!!!, bet it's a nightmare to dust!

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    yeh dude, amazing, 1 of my fave cubes ive ever seen!, gon keep that in my library of inspiration if u dont mind

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    Really nice !!
    Did you build the cube from scratch ??
    If so how did you join the sides ? chemical bonder ?

    Mars

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    It's not too bad to dust, I use antistatic polish on all of the cubes, and that helps a lot, otherwise the dust just sticks right to acrylic like its metal shavings to a magnet.
    I had a run of them laser cut, the first prototypes mmy best friend and I hand cut in the shop, they took about 3 weeks for the two of us to make 2, and didn't turn out half as well as these did. I did hand glue these though, for that I used a syringe and acrylic cement to inject it into the joints and get clear edges.

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    Absolutely gorgeous mate.

    You NEED a reseller in the UK - these are HOT!

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