We had such a positive response with our Free-As-In-Beer Mac disassembly instructions
Here's a modder that decided instead of modding something he wanted to make something. So he decided to
Thanks Cottonbuds for the link.
Please note that all below mods are low budgets.
1. The ULTIMATE -
Now you can actually build your own ultimate Aluminium for under $12. It's a possibilitiy that you already have these items in house.
2. Additionally there is a ultimate mini multipurpose
3. And finally the watercooled
Cottonbuds writes - Today I stumbled upon an interesting computer case called Orac³. Now, for those who don''t know what Orac³ is, the father of this project describes that Orac³ is a intellectually snobbish, difficult and incredibly brilliant computer, hand built by an eccentric scientist, which was introduced by the British/Science series of Blake 7, back in the 70s/early 80s. This computer case modding is totally awesome, the modder has spend alot of time on it (around a year I think), and as you can see from the pictures the modding was performed in every tiny detail. Part 1-4
In the past, hard core tech geeks that used Macs were few and far between (although I've known a few in my time). Mac users were often times the graphic artist, the yuppie that wanted fashion over function, or that friend that works at Apple. Then OS X changed all that. With it's core based on BSD, it's gorgeous interface that even some hard core command line users love (tolerate at least), and ability to use any dev tools that run on BSD, the Mac became an object of affection for many geeks. But there was still the price, to get a Mac, you have to go to the store (online or brick and mortar) and buy one, right? Wrong, you can build your own.