Front View, Front Door Open. Note the two 120mm cooling fans mounted on the front of both hard drive trays.
New Keyboard. Microsoft Sidewinder.
Back View. Not the power supply I wanted. Plenty of power (and nice that it's red, too) but no modular cabling. Means I have to hide all the cabling I'm not using.
Front View, Door Closed, Lights Out (how I spend most of my time, as our bedroom is a former garage. No windows.
Side Window (bad angle) Lights out. No internal lighting except rear 120 fan.
Front View, Door Open, Lights out. DO NOT look at the power or Drive LEDS head on. SATA DVD-RW in the middle (I wanted my old burner in as well, but it's too long, as I mentioned previously.) Multi-card reader and extra ports on bottom.
Very Bad internal shot, Lights Out. in the upper right is the 8GB of RAM for the first processor. You can see the heat sink over the Barcelona Quad Core below the RAM. In the middle (more or less) is the second processor socket, which may actually be installed soon. Below that is the second bank of RAM slots.
Not pictured is the Sparkle Geforce GTS 250. I'll add a second of those when I add the second of everything else. Also not pictured is the pci card with an extra set of 2 1394 and 4 USB 2.0 ports. Might not leave that there. Also the cabling looks a lot nicer now that I've removed the 2nd DVD drive and the extra 2 IDE hard drives. Just not really enough room in this case this particular board's arrangement. Close enough, though. Still got a 500GB Seagate drive for the system and programs, and a 1TB Samsung for data. And a 250GB Lacie firewire drive for backups. I originally wanted 6 Western Digital 160GB drives: 1 for system, 1 for programs, and 2 + 2 for a RAID 0+1 DATA array. Glad I didn't do that, now.