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Ukumfe

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Some of these are awesome!
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The beaver's a bit tasteless, yeah I know it was a stuffed one (at least I should hope it was a stuffed one originally, not a taxidermy one) but not my cup of tea. The skull's scary as well.

The table PC is novel though, I like that one.
The rest though, very niche but ultimately very silly.
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Some of them look really gawdy, I would get sick of them to me computers should be practical. If you are modding they should either integrate the PC so its not noticable or improve the PC in some way.

If you want to see a ridiculously cool machine check out an armari xcp http://www.armari.co...xcp-gallery.asp its a case mod I actually wanted to try something similar to except using oil rather than the horrendously expensive coolant they are using. But they really refined the design and it looks amazing and performance is something else two quad cores at well over 4Ghz is something special indeed.

The coolant is the same stuff the Cray supercomputer was fitted with, it costs £200 a litre and that things takes 70 litres of the stuff and its all cooled by a second dedicated water cooling unit with chiller.
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