Thread: Built a proper RT box
04-17-2007, 02:16 PM #1
Built a proper RT box
I finally got around to building a correct RT box for the MIP.
The other RT box was built of scraps I had laying around just to fill up the hole.
This one is made of 1/2" AC cabinet grade plywood. It's detachable as I'd never be able to get the whole thing into the room in one piece.
The first center support leg I had upder the MIP has been cut away from the front edge, but is still helping to support the center of the MIP, just farther back underneath where it cannot be seen.
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04-17-2007, 02:24 PM #2
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That's looking good. Well done.My setup:
pc 1: MSI K9NSli, onboard sound and lan, LC AMD 6400X2, 4096mb corsair 800ddr2, Pcie 7600GT with 32" lcd@1360x768
pc 2:Asus mobo, onboard sound and lan, Athlon xp2800, 1.5gb pc4200, agp 4200Ti and 10.4" touchscreen lcd@1024x768
pc 3:generic mobo, Athlon xp2400, 1gb 133 ram, agp Radeon 9200, pci Radeon 9250 with dual psone vga lcds @768x576
Cougar, f16u, 7.1 sound, 4.1 sound, Trackir 4pro and vrf tfs seat pack.
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