Plexiglass Goddamnit!!!

Discussion in 'Overclocking, Benching & Modding' started by Yeti, Jun 4, 2002.

  1. Yeti

    Yeti New Member

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    Well, i've been working on my computer lately... and well i really wanna do some work on the cover , right? But its steel for pete's sake... its a bitch to hack that. I really wanna use plexiglass instead... but homedepot doesn't have it... and i can't find a place online that doesn't make me order less than a warehouse :)!!!

    So anyone around here know where i can pick some up cheap... cuz i know ya'll tried this already ;).

    And while your at it... anyone still have the links to the all plastic/plexiglass computer cases from a while ago. (it popped up on the hardocp newspage but i can't find it any more) ????

    Thx... god i hate steel. :)
     
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    yeti if you go t newegg in the modded case section theres a totally plexiglass under transparent box or something
     
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    Yeti New Member

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    Yeah... i've seen the best plexi mods.... This one guy (korean i think) did a mod job where he got a Celeron 733 system inside of a Plexiglass Sony PS2 case replica (custom made?... i'm not sure).... it did have VAIO on the side...(custom too?... dunno)... well suffice it to say it was pretty well done. :)

    I'm gonna browse through the site today... and thanks for the post. :)
     
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    WyreTheWolf Wolfish Bastard

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    Do you have a LOWES in your area? LOWES carries it. BTW, I would suggest using LEXAN if you can get it. Just about indestuctable.

    Good luck!
     
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    Yeah... and just about undrillable also... plexiglass is strong enough for me and i know how to work it so.... i'll think i'll swing that way. Thanks for the info on lowes... i'll check it out... (lord knows homedepot doesn't have plexiglass).

    :)
     

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