PC case constructed from Australian timber in May 2008 by Mark Horridge.
Motherboard is placed horizontally, above the PSU. Two large fans (one in, one out) move air over the heatsink and through the case. The fan grilles were once headlight protectors for an MG sportscar. On the top is a circular window, with glass from an old wall-clock. Front portholes look inside two RaptorX hard drives. PC to be used for developing and solving large economic models.
MB: Gigabyte GA-EX38-DQ6, CPU: Core 2 Quad 9550, RAM: 8 GB Reaper DDR2 PC2-6400 Reaper CL4,
PSU: Seasonic PSR500 M12 500W, HDD: 2 x WD Raptor X 150GB, HS: Scythe Ninja Al,
FANS: 2 x Antec Big Boy 200mm.
Birdcage awl (aka, triangular awl) constructed from ground-down triangular file, redgum handle, April 2011.
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