Norm McDonald"I've never seen so many dead hookers in my life"
Creepy Looking dude in crowd"Lord knows I have"Dirty Work
- starring Norm McDonald and Artie Lange
500 photos and three cameras later I am convinced there is no way I can get a decent picture of the CCFLs lit up and pulsing.
If any of the sections is NOT lit, the camera seems to spread light from the lit sections over the unlit section.
Looks awesome in person, just can't seem to get a decent picture of the RadoBase in action.
And the pictures here really do a lousy job of showing off rado's handiwork.
I think we went a tad overboard with the CCFLs in the front and rear of the base.
When I initially hooked up the bases I blew a hole in the living room wall and opened up some sort of trans-dimensional vortex.
I'm still finishing the SR-2 paint job.
Sorry this is taking so long to complete but I've been on the road quite a bit lately and when I get home there are a couple of bars and strip clubs that need my support in these tough economic times.
(soundx98 - helping unwed mothers, one lap dance at a time)
I took these shots with the front CCFLs disconnected.
Each section monitors different voltages/temperatures through the Matrix Orbital and Everest and it is "oh so frikken' kewl" when each section starts flashing, pulsing, strobing, etc.
You can see the Matrix Orbital display scrolling the Everest info in different pictures.
Doctor Evil unpacking RadoBases at work VVV
Lookin' to build a special desk that can properly show off the twin towers
And I still want to mess with the lighting a bit.
Both rigs are running at 4.25 GHz (500x8.5)
Just picked up a DFI LP UT
P35 mobo so now I have all i need for a 3rd rig except the processor.
I think I'll try an E8500 this go around.
P.S. The pictures were taken during the day so you can imagine what the look like at night.