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Minicooker Pc Oven Casemod: Now That’S Cookin’ With Gas

by Paul Strauss
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Why would you want to make a PC that looked exactly like a kitchen appliance? Dunno, maybe just so you could say it could be done?

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Czeck modder Zbyšek built his Project MiniCooker PC that’s a dead ringer for his full-size cooktop, complete with blue LED “gas burners” that look just like the real deal.

He built the entire system by hand, including welding together the metal chassis, and creating custom plastic knobs and the fake burners out of acrylic.

Inside the oven door, you’ll find a fully functional PC, running a Pentium D820 3.5 GHz CPU, with 2GB of DDR2 RAM, and an nVidia 9600GT graphics card. And the DVD-RW drive is hidden in the bottom drawer where you’d usually put your spare pans.

You can check out the complete build log (in Czech) over at Modding.cz.




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