Laundry Basket Casemod

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or is it one of those things bulk milk comes in?


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    natedog

    what has science done?

    tiki god

    The laundry?

    Luke Magnifico

    Looks like a milk crate to me.

    Why is that fan even there, it’s not like it’s doing anything.

    jediadept

    It’s attached to the power supply.

    Luke Magnifico

    I meant the one on top of the heatsink.

    clone4crw

    Its off.

    Queensly

    the term casemod has lost all meaning to me. Goddammit

    RSIxidor

    I was expecting a pic of him at the laundromat.

    Sticky

    Don’t be silly. When Casemods’ clothes get too dirty he just goes and steals fresh ones.

    crazybagoham

    incorrect her gets new ones for 29.99 at ross

    maxcw

    Incorrect he just turns them inside out.

    crazybagoham

    touche

    Pants

    here here.

    Flickerdart

    In Canada, computers come in bags.

    Death_to_Dude

    SATA hard drive+AGP graphics=FAIL

    Adrian

    guess you don’t have to worry about ventilation with one of those!

    nyoki

    But you do have to worry about dust.

    Snow

    WHERE DO I PUT MY MILK NOW.

    Dreth

    No CD-Drive
    Front RAM looks old as shit.
    That heatsink/fan setup looks cheap, so I’m assuming the processor isn’t that great.
    Big-ass video card. ‘thefuck

    Aren’t motherboards supposed to make ground with the case? Or something something about static?

    samoses


    when’s the last time you touched something plastic and got zapped by static?

    Dreth

    It’s not so much as being zapped but whatever damage we *could* cause to these components, there’s a reason why they come wrapped in special plastic bags when you buy them brand new.

    HoChunk

    Can anyone ID the motherboard?

    clone4crw

    Its an Asus, can’t tell what make/model. It has an AGP videocard, and SATA, so it can’t be that old. Uses SD-RAM. Judging by the heatsink, it looks like a socket 487.

    clone4crw

    oops i mean socket 478.