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 Copper Tube Case Mod, Part 2
The Gods are not pleased
By: Alan Vincent, June 13, 2002  Print this article

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Perhaps the aligment of the planets was improper on the day I built the 'motherboard cage'. Maybe I had offended the great Gods of case modding. Whatever the reason, the result sure enough sucked. No need to be nice about it, folks. I had an idea in my head and I tried my best to make what I imagined - but it didn't pan out. The motherboard cage is certainly curious-looking and it is unique, if nothing else. Still, it lacks the purposeful look of the first copper case. Before you say it, yeah I tried using the aluminum screen on this one but it looked wrong. I made an aluminum-framed cube covered with screen that was inserted into the 'cage'. I thought it looked like the wick on a gigantic Coleman lantern. I tossed the framed cube beside the monitor arm, so they could rest in peace together.

The motherboard cage

The motherboard cage

The Gods of misallignment has struck hard down on me

The Gods of misallignment has struck hard down on me

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