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Steven
03-21-02, 10:37 PM
Maybe the most tricked PC/System I have seen!

http://www.mods4me.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=153

TEH WIN
03-22-02, 12:46 AM
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****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rings890
03-22-02, 08:13 AM
wow . . . . wow . . .

tHE_0ne
03-22-02, 08:11 PM
too much stuff

all i need a 1 box and a box and candle montior

XSeaNX
03-23-02, 06:33 PM
what the HELL......nice setup...but thats DEFINATELY too much....I mean hes got a better system than nasa.....jesus...

I dont know about you...but my XP 1900+ with all the fixins is just enough for me...I dont need a computer that you sit IN...just next to :D

Chris
03-23-02, 07:08 PM
over half of his computer is Stereo equipment, hell half of us could make a pile like that just by cleaning out the living room

YARDofSTUF
03-23-02, 07:56 PM
no F1s system is incredible even teh casings of it are made well with good thought.

DiskDoc
03-31-02, 12:10 AM
what the FU**!!! that's a shyt load of... dang!! i'm impressed! lol what does he do with that system... lol

glc1
04-06-02, 09:34 PM
Originally posted by DiskDoc
what the FU**!!! that's a shyt load of... dang!! i'm impressed! lol what does he do with that system... lol Better yet, what does he do to afford it?:)

DiskDoc
04-07-02, 12:05 AM
lol lovin it though

Ken
04-07-02, 11:43 AM
Much of it does appear to be only for show though...
He appears to have split things up as much as possible to make it look like more than it is. Many of those racks appear to be empty and Chris is correct with sterio equipment...

It is a cool system and I am not trying to knock it, but a lot of it is illusion... ;) Not as much as the hugh racks would lead you to believe, however, he still has some serious coin in it...

DiskDoc
04-08-02, 06:41 AM
for some people, it's all about showing it off so i guess he's doing a good job then.. lol

Faust
04-08-02, 10:37 AM
i do see quite a bit of room taken up by rackmount audio equipment. but the guy still claims there are 5 separate (so-to-speak) systems. looks to be about 2 full racks of functionality spread out over 4 racks.