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SugarJ

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That looks so much better than the alum/plexi one I built for myself. /goes hunting for wood scraps in garage
 

foggyb

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Thanks. I was gonna buy one. But 150$??? This works great, i saved 140$, and it was fun too.

These will stack. Gonna build a folding farm on the cheap. I'd better put up a windmill too. ;^)
 

foggyb

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The nice thing about a wood test bench is you can drill holes everywhere for mounting hardware and tidying up cables.
 
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zeus3dfx

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You guys all have some great systems.

This has been my personal rig for a while now - and it's also what I'm taking with me when I leave home soon for my new apartment. I'm typing on this system right now and do a bit of light gaming (circa 2001) whenever I can :thumb:
 

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Empty_Quarter

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I gotta name my HDDs somehow no? Hard to find which HDD is which after a while.

Named after my favourite cities/cities im dying to visit. Not shown, Casablanca, Monte carlo, Paris, and San Francisco.
 

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