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Spec: AMD Athlon XP 2200+ (1.80GHz) "Thoroughbred" Core @ 1.94Ghz, Abit KX7-333 RAID Via KT333/VT8233A ATA133/DDR333 SoA Mobo, 2 x 512Mb PC2700 DDR Memory (Major), 128Mb Chaintech G60 Ge-Force 4 Ti4600 DVi, 64Mb *PCI* Pine Excalubur GeForce 2 Mx400 + TV Out, LG Flatron L1510s, 5" GameCube Screen in case, Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy Player, Panasonic SA-HE7 Dolby Digital 5.1 Amp, Eltax Liberty Floor Standing Fronts, Eltax Liberty Bipolour Rears, Eltax Liberty Center, Eltax Liberty Sub, 80Gb Maxtor D740X ATA-133 (7200rpm, 2MB Cache, 8.5ms) Quiet Drive Technology, Pioneer DVD ROM Slot x16 (40 CD) Dual Laser Pickups IDE, Lite-On 40x12x48 CDRW IDE Burnproof, Win/TV PCI FM - Radio + Nicam & Teletext + Remote, USRobotics 10/100 Network Card, Koolance PC2-601 Full Tower No PSU for the clear pump, Koolance liquid cooler: CPU 200 Gold, Koolance liquid cooler: Chipset, Black Ice Prime PC Radiator, Lian-Li PC-60, Lian Li T-4 Thermometer 5.25, 450W CWT Quiet Dual Fan Version AMD/P4 Approved Acive Fan Control Active PFC, IRXpress USB Infrared Adapter, 2 x AKASA Nebula ‘Arctic Blue’ Crystal Fan, 2 x Round Cable ATA 100/133 60cm – Silver, Cold Cathode 12 inch – Blue, Microsoft Explorer 3 Optical Mouse, Windows XP Home.
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Rating: ********** 10.00
Keywords: 5" lcd, water cooled, lian-li

7:43pm Rating: 10 

9:57pm Rating: 10 

nice job, but you rated yourself? :P

3:46am Rating: 10 

good job. clean cut for the screen. i don't think giving yourself a 5 was even necessary.;)

the gamecube screen uses a composite signal that goes with your PCI card, right? of so, why not just get a vivo card & use an NTSC LCD to go with it?


I was planning to do the same but the damn ebay seller ripped me off. good thing I got my money back. Nice one.

1:47am Rating: 10 

ohhhhhh I like it! I am interested in doing a similiar mod if you would email me with how you did it or a site with instructions on how to do it cheap I would be much obliged ~ beef@moocow.com


Very spiff. Who needs floppy drives anyway.


where did you get the screen and how did you hook it up

i want to do pretty much the same to my nikao dl-2 series case

1:14am Rating: 10 

I am asuming this screen is setup to be an extension of your desktop. Cool.

2:00am Rating: 10 

9:54pm Rating: 10 

e-mail me ASAP with instructions for this mod @ pezman256@NOSPAM.yahoo.com (remove NOSPAM before sending). good job!!! one of the coolest mods i've seen so far.


You should make an article, telling how you did this!

6:22am Rating: 10 

oO 5points! I saw this picture on a different page without any information and were searching nearly the whole damn internet for some more information. Couldnt't find them, but it would be nixe if you would send me some more informations or a how to (would be great) to DerMeyers@web.de . Thx!

7:53pm Rating: 10 

hey could you send me how you did that to, chunckonuts@aol.com
thanks, looks great!!!

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