Jeffrey Stephenson Posted July 4, 2009 Share Posted July 4, 2009 Mission A mission-style walnut side table built around a Cooler Master aluminum mid tower ATX case. The modified bottom-to-top cooling system and easily replaceable decorative panels help make Mission a cool-running spousal-friendly gaming/HTPC system. Features include a large replaceable inlet air filter, temperature-controlled exhaust fans and a self-contained â€œplug-inâ€ chassis design. Mission was built entirely by myself in 11 weeks with a minimal use of power tools. It was constructed in a "built-up" prototype modeling style and contains 366 individually cut pieces of walnut, maple, birch aircraft-grade plywood and basswood. Mission-style is a type of furniture popular in the United States during the turn of the 20th century. It was inspired by the wood furniture of Spanish missions in California. A sample of construction photos from the worklog: Review of Mission specs... Intel E7400 C2D Gigabyte EP43-UD3L motherboard Palit GeForce GTX 280 4GB Crucial DDR2 1066 Silverstone Nitrogon NT06 HSF Silverstone 600W Strider PSU Seagate 400GB HDD Sony Blu-Ray optical drive Cooler Master Mystique 631 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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