The kegputer... looks like it's DIY TIME!!!
Glorious is all i can say.
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That is my kind of computer case!
Best Case of all-time, Hands Down!!
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I need a couple of those cases. That would be an awesome build!!
I'll take one as well :). I can't drink so i'll fill it with juice just for the heck of it :P
I like it too. I wouldn't be able to keep any Beer in it though because boring me doesn't drink either.
But if it was filled with 'La Leche De Madre' I could dig it.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
They copied my Dew Mod... :/ Google it.
Can't see it at the moment. Shouldn't have hidden it behind TheMillionDollarWebHunt.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
>> I wouldn't be able to keep any Beer in it though because boring me doesn't drink either.
You could always invite me over to take care of the drinking for you, RealNeil.
woah I think I met the folks who worked on this at PDXLAN.
Here's the original, which is the one I saw
I think Nvidia spotted the original and sponsored the CES version.
Not quite a worklog, but it might be completed after CES is over:
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