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    All Ur Base R Belong 2 Us Christopher561's Avatar
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    cheap mods

    are there any mods that i can do with every day objects, or something that will not cost me no 50$ to do?
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    Will Work For FSB

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    Originally posted by m0a2t4t
    http://2cooltek.com/case001.html
    Woot...
    Just like my thread.
    Damn cheap mod I'd say
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    Originally posted by m0a2t4t
    http://2cooltek.com/case001.html
    I could have used that case !
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    Originally posted by gotwake79
    www.afrotechmods.com
    LMFAO
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    both afrotech and 001 are great sites


    afrotech put a new article recently about using old hard drives as speakers

    i remember seeing the case modding 001 artricle posted on VH a year or so ago

    we are getting quite a good collection of modding community aware members here on SG, good to see
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    i love that harddrive speaker system article! lol

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    1) overclock everything in your computer
    2) remove the case from the cpu
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