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Stargate Pyramid Pc Gets Energy From Outlets, Not Pyramid Power

by Paul Strauss

Created by science fiction fan/modder Henk Hamers (aka “Gup”), this incredible casemod gets its inspiration from the famous pyramid/spacecraft from the Stargate series.


No detail was spared in the construction of this neo-futuristic PC, which Henk built using a custom metal frame, wood, acrylic and polystyrene panels. Henk (with the help of his devoted wife) put together this amazing PC which even features sliding side panels, cool yellow backlighting and a hidden computer display inside. System specs for the pyramid PC include a mini-ITX mobo, an Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile T7200 CPU, a low-profile GeForce 9400GT graphics card, and compact storage on a 2.5″ hard drive and CF card. Somehow Henk even managed to cram a DVD-RW drive in cramped quarters of the pyramid, since this is a media center PC after all.

Check out the gallery below to see more angles and some of the build while it was in progress.

You can check out the full build log and more pics over at bit-tech.net.

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