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Pyrocy


I always thought the safety deposit box that came with the Special Edition of GTAIV was full of potential for things like hiding your stash of narcotics or DVD-Rs of ripped images from jailbait sites. I never thought someone would go the whole extra enchilada and create a fully functional Mini-ITX PC tower out of it. See for yourself and tell me that is not the coolest goddamn thing you have ever seen.

In other news, the official website has been updated with all the music stations from the game, more multiplayer information, and how you can order songs from the game on Amazon.

Source: mini-itx.com
Sharpie Fetish
Damn thats petty extreme 110/10 for that person who made
bOnEs
WOW! now that's creative... and he's got an easy access panel in case the thing has some problems (like most PC's have)... he just better hope he doesn't lose the key, lol...
DiO
This "Dude" is almost as amazing as Bain.............




.........almost.
neko_ceko
Holly wow.
Very creative.
I want this!
Mad Space Ghost
Oh pyro, you and your jailbait pics smile.gif
Un-Amurikan Bastage
He could probably make a good bit of cash selling those...send him your deposit box and get a PC in a few weeks...
Aridpheonix
QUOTE(Un-Amurikan Bastage @ May 23 2008, 09:18 PM) [snapback]1440620[/snapback]
He could probably make a good bit of cash selling those...send him your deposit box and get a PC in a few weeks...



yea, he could, i'd buy one, a nice portable computer.
HB~Sauce
Very impressive, I wish I had skills like that. sad.gif
psychÝ
QUOTE(HB~Sauce @ May 24 2008, 10:54 PM) [snapback]1440976[/snapback]
Very impressive, I wish I had skills like that. sad.gif

It isn't particularly hard to do, all you need is a drill, metal saw and components small enough to fit in the box.
DuPz0r
QUOTE(psychÝ @ May 25 2008, 01:48 AM) [snapback]1441060[/snapback]
QUOTE(HB~Sauce @ May 24 2008, 10:54 PM) [snapback]1440976[/snapback]
Very impressive, I wish I had skills like that. sad.gif

It isn't particularly hard to do, all you need is a drill, metal saw and components small enough to fit in the box.


Yeah, it's simply done, but it's still very creative, and it looks impressive too.
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