Skybuck's DreamPC Fourth Build, 116 Pictures available !


S

Skybuck Flying

Hello There !

Skybuck's DreamPC has been rebuild for the Fourth time and now pictures
available online !

(Rebuild using a new motherboard from ASRock and a new graphics card from
Asus)

It's now pretty much ready and I made and uploaded 116 high resolution (4
megapixels) delicious pictures for you !

Be sure to look at the picture filenames for a description of each picture !
(This can be done by changing the "view")

The pictures can be viewed here on Microsoft's Skydrive:

http://cid-aedd0ea32d61bc86.photos.live.com/browse.aspx/Hardware/DreamPCFourthBuild

If for some reason the link don't work then google for: "Skybuck Skydrive"
and go to "hardware" and then "DreamPCFourthBuild".


AMD should definetly take a look a picture numbers:

63, 64, 65

To show a plastic-break-off problem with the heatsink fan holder design and
it's metal screws and round plastic rings on the holder.

Fortunately the fan case was still attacheable.


Also many interesting "dust" shots ! LOL.

And also many interesting "cleaning shots" (how to clean cpu heatsink and
fan and antec 1200 front drive bays and their fans)

Many other shots show: power supply, motherboard, boxes, cables, case,
windows, cd's, gui shots, driver installation menu shots, nice lights,
manuals, simply a whooooollleee lot of stuff !

Definetly a must watch for all people with AMD x2 3800+ or Antec 1200 case
or both ! ;) =D (Or just random people to see what I have been up too lol !
;)) =D

Also people interested in the asus gt 520 silent/passively cooled graphics
card (dx11/cuda 2.1) might also find some very interesting shots showing the
two slot heatsink design.

There is some stuff in there for pretty much everybody ! ;) =D

I cleaned the front fans as an experiment, in the coming months/years I will
leave the dust filters out for much much much better airflow and cooling
properties and to see what effect it has on the dust build up inside the
drive bays, cpu heatsink and front and rear and top fans, I suspect the dust
will be much less without the dust filters because of higher air speed, the
dust will simply be blown out the back and the top. (I do wonder if the top
blow hole might have health consequences though, because of more dust in
air, maybe somebody should investigate this ! ;) :))

Bye,
Skybuck =D
 
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Skybuck Flying

Ok,

Microsoft's Skydrive is a bit retarded and it doesn't show full filenames.

Anyway for the sake of discussion I shall post the filename descriptions
here:

(I shall also upload two more pictures showing the filenames of all the
pictures)

1 - New Motherboard Box Front.JPG
2 - New Motherboard Box Back.JPG
3 - New Motherboard Box Contents.JPG
4 - New Motherboard Back Connectors.JPG
5 - New Motherboard Heatsinks.JPG
6 - New Graphics Card Box Front.JPG
7 - New Graphics Card Box Back.JPG
8 - New Graphics Card Heatsink.JPG
9 - New Graphics Card Heatsink Sharp.JPG
10 - New Motherboard Heatsink Height.JPG
11 - New Graphics Card Back.JPG
12 - New Motherboard Front CloseUp.JPG
13 - New Motherboard Back CloseUp.JPG
14 - New Motherboard Back SideWays Pins Height.JPG
15 - New Graphics Card Heatsink Height Back Connectors.JPG
16 - New Graphics Card Heatsink Height Front.JPG
17 - New Motherboard Back Connectors CloseUp.JPG
18 - New Motherboard Weird Metal Lines Going Up To Back Connector.JPG
19 - New Motherboard Installed with Dirty CPU heatsink and Dirty Fan Overal
Height.JPG
20 - Micro ATX fits in Antec 1200 case, notice the weird screw placements
but it fits, parts of mb are floating in air.JPG
21 - Micro ATX side ways.JPG
22 - Backplate which came with new motherboard fits.JPG
23 - Dust inspection of old Seasonic S12 600 watt power supply from the
back, looking good no burned glue spots.JPG
24 - Dust inspection of old Seasonic S12 600 watt power supply from the
top.JPG
25 - Overal case dust inspection near power supply (bottom of case).JPG
26 - Top of case dust inspection near top fan blow hole (top of case), quite
some dust on large fan and blowhole.JPG
27 - Street under construction, just included for fun, PC build continues on
next picture.JPG
28 - Seasonic S12 power supply power cable to short, ASRock motherboard
micro-atx power socket to far away.jpg
29 - Replacement power supply box front (ocz mod x stream 780 watt).JPG
30 - Replacement power supply first close up, some glue is noticeable,
transparent fan.JPG
31 - Floppy cable barely makes it, I folded it double so it takes less space
for better airflow.JPG
32 - Replacement power supply power cable is long enough, thank god, all
important cables reach too, good.JPG
33 - Close up of folded floppy ide cable.JPG
34 - Close up of CPU Fan 3 pin connector connecting to motherboard's 4 pin
connector, good.JPG
35 - New graphics card installed and creative labs soundblaster x-fi
installed too, both fit.JPG
36 - Case motherbord back side after pulling cables loose from old power
supply.JPG
37 - Soundblaster power cable too short, harddisk bay not moveable, not
really a problem, replaced later with other cable.JPG
38 - Oopsie, very dirty cpu heatsink and cpu fan (front), should have
cleaned it first, probably failed dropped in oil plus dust.JPG
39 - Oopsie, very dirty cpu heatsink and cpu fan (back), that's a really
dirty poopert ! I better clean it ! LOL.JPG
40 - Shit now I gotta pull CPU loose again and clean it again for the second
time oh well, it gonna be worth it.JPG
41 - Cleaning CPU heatsink with water, I am using wrong photo camera mode,
sorry, showing water droplets.JPG
42 - Cleaning CPU heatsink with water and toilet paper to get black dirty
stuff out, showing water droplets.JPG
43 - Cleaning CPU heatsink fan with water too, front.JPG
44 - Showing backside of CPU heatsink fan, showing the important black metal
washer, dont break it if you decide to remove it !.JPG
45 - Showing the black metal washer removed, fortunately I didn't break it,
it's necessary to hold the fan properly in place as I found out later !.JPG
46 - Surprise, Surprise, there is a metal spring around the cpu's heatsink
fan blade shaft ! Also in the process of cleaning coils and printboard and
such.JPG
47 - The sticker which was on the cpu heatsink fan, could provide searchable
information, also better keep sticker to place it back later just in case
washer comes loose.JPG
48 - Trying to capture the cpu heatsink's fan AMD hologram on photo, it's
green in reality but different colors on photo such as red too, here it's
blue, purple and pink.JPG
49 - CPU heatsink fan hologram pink and yellow.JPG
50 - CPU heatsink fan hologram red, see I told you it was red too !.JPG
51 - The almighty AMD CPU X2 3800 plus (dual core), these serial numbers
prove that it's indeed a 90 WATTS cpu, look it up sometime ! (wink).JPG
52 - What a fokking mess (desktop full with stuff while rebuilding computer,
cleaning and letting components dry).JPG
53 - Did somebody take a shit in here or what question mark (desktop full
with toilet paper, yeah for toilet paper ! smile).JPG
54 - New motherboard and new graphics card manuals in between.JPG
55 - Old power supply detached, it looks like a monster from the matrix,
also some cables removed from new power supply which is modular.JPG
56 - This nice sewing machine oil will make the cpu's heatsink fan run like
new ! I'm all ready to oil it, can't wait to oil it, letting it dry first
!.JPG
57 - More surprises, the cpu heatsink's fan holder actually has a little
detachable magnet inside of it ! Hmmm.JPG
58 - CPU Fan and heatsink cleaned, good as new (front of fan) what a
difference eh question mark.JPG
59 - CPU Fan and heatsink cleaned, good as new ( back of fan), notice the
missing washer, this will give problems with spinning up, it will fail.JPG
60 - Power button cable correctly attached, notice the black cable which is
ground, notice the labels pointing towards other side of motherboard.JPG
61 - CPU heatsink fan metal washer gently re-attached, thank god for that,
it's absolutely necessary to make the fan spindle up !.JPG
62 - CPU heatsink fan sticker put back just in case the washer gets loose,
the washer is probably firmly attached, also sticker info might come in
handy for future.JPG
63 - CPU heatsink fan holder metal screws, Hey what's that, looks like
something broke off, some kind of rings.JPG
64 - CPU heatsink fan holder plastic rounds broke off, holyfok, how the fok
did that happen, perhaps warm water caused it, perhaps bad design, perhaps
diagonal de-screw.JPG
65 - CPU heatsink fan holder screws still fit in, plastic rings can be
removed from screws.JPG
66 - CPU heatsink fan holder plastic rings from screws removed, the plastic
rings looked cracked, see picture 63 for cracks.JPG
67 - Windows 7 Ultimate boot screen, showing Backup administrator and
Skybuck.JPG
68 - Windows 7 showing devices for new motherboard and usb 7in1 card reader
cable and floppy drive attached part 1.JPG
69 - Windows 7 showing devices for new motherboard continued, graphics
driver not installed yet, notice the non-transparent gui.JPG
70 - Windows 7 graphics driver not yet installed, notice the non-transparent
gui, demonstrated by 3 window slash computer explorers.JPG
71 - ASRock motherboard driver CD (cleaned) came in a shitty plastic bag
with a sticky tape, this sticky tape almost ruined my CD when it got stuck
to it (when placing it back) !.JPG
73 - Asus Graphics Card driver CD came in a nice paper bag, much better !
(However the graphics card came with a general installation manual, nothing
specific for this card).JPG
72 - ASRock motherboard driver CD from the front in shitty plastic bag.JPG
74 - Showing ASRock motherboard driver installation menu (after tools
already installed), nice no problems.JPG
75 - Asus Graphics Card driver installation menu.JPG
76 - Asus Graphics Card driver installation taskbar icon looks kinda funky
and magic like, like a black box with green magic bubbling out of it.JPG
77 - Asus Graphics Card driver installation, most interesting part, it is
indeed installing 3D Vision support, most interesting (but maybe requires
new monitor I found out later sad smiley).JPG
78 - After graphics driver installation the windows menues do look
transparent, it looks very nice and funky ! and modern !.JPG
79 - Cable wiring job for power supply replacement, I re-used the sticky
tape as much as possible, looks less cable crowded then old power supply,
nice.JPG
80 - Cable wiring job from the front, nice.JPG
81 - Cable wiring job from the front wide shot.JPG
82 - Cable wiring job from the front close up, nice natural flare there.JPG
83 - Looking into harddisk section from the front, wideshot.JPG
84 - Looking into the back slash rear fan section from the front,
wideshot.JPG
85 - Some glue there on the left copper coil of ocz power supply, that
worried me a bit, and probably caused some smell, not sure, but future
inspections might reveal it.JPG
86 - Glue also slightly visible on this photo, also showing modular system
of power supply a little bit as well as x-fi soundblaster logo and dust and
circuitboard.JPG
87 - Looking into the top blow hole big fan section from the bottom, also
showing x-fi soundblaster components on it's circuitboard, wideshot.JPG
88 - The antec 1200 case window.JPG
89 - The antec 1200 case from the back with the new motherboard installed,
wideshot.JPG
90 - Another final inspection of the new ocz power supply, the glue is hard
to see on the photo but it's there, I hope it does not become conductive and
short circuit !.JPG
91 - After installing the harddisks by borrowing two screws from other
harddisks I found this bag of screws, damn ! I needed those sooner ! Didn't
realize at the time what they were for !.JPG
92 - Antec 1200 screw bag labelled for the future ! These are special long
screws for screwing in the harddisks via the long holes in the drive bays
!.JPG
93 - Impression of how system looks when it's turned on, front fans not
cleaned yet.JPG
94 - Impression of how the system looks so far, camera mode is wrong (set to
landscape instead of museum), front fans still not cleaned.JPG
95 - Front impression of antec 1200 case, fans are looking very dirty, this
probably convinced me to clean it after doing that whole build ! LOL !,
wideshot.JPG
96 - The 7-in-1 floppy and card reader is working with this motherboard,
awesome ! Look at that nice shiny red light ! It's evil looking ! LOL !.JPG
97 - Side left window impression of antec 1200 case, front fans still
dirty.JPG
98 - Side right impression of antec 1200 case, not much to see here except
door closes.JPG
99 - I decided to clean the harddisk drive bays and their fans as an
experiment for the future to see how much dust they collect without the dust
filters in front of them.JPG
100 - The fan section can easily be de-tached by simply pushing it out
gently, guide the fan power wire through the holes, the fan grills can be
de-screwed for access to the fan from the front.JPG
101 - Lots of dust even in the drive bay itself, this is the bottom drive
bay.JPG
102 - Bottom drive bay cleaned.JPG
103 - Bottom cleaned, Middle not cleaned, the difference is definetly
noticeable ! Smile !.JPG
104 - Impressionistic shot without the camera flash (still wrong camera
mode, landscape instead of musuem, landscape focusses on background DOH
!).JPG
105 - Second harddisk drive bay's fan without camera flash (and wrong camera
mode, landscape).JPG
106 - Second harddisk drive bay's fan with camera flash, look at all that
dust ! My theory is the filters reduce the airflow 90 procent which makes
the dust travel slow and stick !.JPG
107 - Second harddisk drive bay and fan cleaned with dust towel, and
remaining dust blown off in open air, what a difference, nice and clean
again !.JPG
108 - Third harddisk drive bay and fan dust shot without camera flash.JPG
109 - Third harddisk drive bay and fan dust shot with camera flash (nice
golden antec logo's, it's probably the wood that make it look like gold,
it's probably actually silver lol).JPG
110 - I also cleaned the rear and top fans a little bit, I was thinking
about de-taching the top fan and I tried it too but the CPU heatsink would
be in the way for the screw driver so I wisely aborted it.JPG
111 - Be carefull that these fan power wires do not get stuck when trying to
re-attach the fan section, otherwise it might get jammed, also pull wires
through holes one at a time is best to avoid wire scratches.JPG
112 - All front fans cleaned, impression shot with camera flash.JPG
113 - All front fans cleaned, impression shot without camera flash (still
using wrong camera mode, landscape).JPG
114 - Last impression shot with camera flash before closing the case
door.JPG
115 - Case door closed, hopefully for a long time, shot made with camera
flash.JPG
116 - Impressionistic shot without camera flash and with museum mode (only
now did I discover that landscape mode produced blurred front objects, at
least the flash mode pictures are sharp).JPG


Bye,
Skybuck.
 
S

Skybuck Flying

Ok, three pictures with the filename descriptions are uploaded as well, they
are on the bottom, make sure to click on them for a full view.

I also just noticed that empty files seems to be corrupted on windows 7, I
think I read something about that on some tech-new site.

So this could be a quite serious issue with windows 7, I'd better
investigate ! ;) =D

(I suspect I will have to install windows 7 service pack 1 to get rid of the
empty file corruption ?!? I wonder if this corruption is at the end of files
as well, could be, so how far this corruption reaches I am not sure...)

Bye,
Skybuck =D
 
S

Skybuck Flying

"
Ok,
Microsoft's Skydrive is a bit retarded and it doesn't show full filenames.
"

Ok it's a little bit less retarded/less bad then I thought... when viewing a
single picture it does show the complete filename on top,
so it's at least possible to read the "current" picture's filename.

Though some picture descriptions are placed in a context relating to
previous picture or so, so I would have liked it better
if previous picture filenames could be read as well...

Also it's kinda funny... I didn't bother to put a dot at the end of each
line, because .JPG already has a dot ! ;) =D

All-in-all Microsoft's Skydrive isn't too shabbbbyyyyy and it isn't too
retarded...

It does provide for a nice overview, and it provides nice browsing
capabilities and it probably even provides a slight show, so you can sit
back and watch it like if it were pr0n or something ! ;) =D (LOL)

It probably even has more options... like "download" and what not... I've
never tried that before, I simply don't have the time for it, but you may be
my guest and go for it ! ;)
(It could be nice for you having them all on your local disk for your
viewing pleasure ! ;) :) =D)

Ok I now have lot's and lot's and lot's of other stuff to do... so peace out
and perhaps read you later if you have any feedback on the piccies ! ;) =D

Bye,
Bye,
Skybuck-windows-7-enhanced-motherfucker-that-now-needs-to-go-look-into-windows-7-file-corruption-LOL
! ;) =D
 
S

Skybuck Flying

Actually Skydrive is pretty great !

If one simply navigates to the page one get's an overview (thumbnails !)

When holding the mouse cursor over a picture it will show the filename !

So then you can read the description !

This allows you to quickly select those pictures that look interesting to
you, or perhaps have interesting descriptions.

Then clicking on it, gives bigger picture, and if you click again it gives
the FULL picture for every little detail inspection !

Nice ! ;) =D

I hope you guys have lot's of fun viewing the pictures !

Let me know which picture you find the most interesting ! ;) =D

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
S

Skybuck Flying

Ok,

False alarm about the new text file corruption.

I accidently created a new "journalism document" who's icon looks like a
text file.

I guess I am used to having the real text file icon about that location (but
it's way down in the pop-up menu).

The standard size for a "journalism document" is 4.3 KB's I renamed it to
"date is wrong etc.txt" and then opened it with notepad which shows garbage
inside.

I repeated it for a new journalism file and it was again 4.3 KB as was the
"date is wrong" text file... so that's what happened I am pretty sure of it
! ;) =D

Pfew ! ;) =D

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
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Skybuck Flying

Hmmm Skydrive did manage to screw up the order of the pictures...
(For example picture 30 comes before picture 29 instead of vice versa.)

This probably happened during upload all, maybe it was because I re-arranged
some of the pictures which have slightly different date times... I tried to
keep pictures as chronological as possible, but here and there I swapped it
a little bit.

But the numbering of the pictures is what is important.

But all in all it's not to bad ! ;) =D

(It might confuse some of the description, and it might ruin a joke here and
there, but still not to bad ! ;) =D)

If Skydrive has a "re-arrange" pictures functionality I might correct it,
otherwise so be it ! ;) =D

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
S

Skybuck Flying

Ok,

Perfect,

SkyDrive does have a re-arrange function !

The basic function does not provide the "hint/filename" pop-ups.

But fortunately there is a link at the bottom which reads: "standard
re-arrange" (for when you having problems re-arranging)

Ofcourse I needed the filename information so this "standard re-arrange"
page which does have the "filename/hint" pop-ups is very helpfull !

It also has nice boxes to simply type in the new number for the picture and
press enter, and voila/hopla ! it swaps the picture with the next high
number picture and renumbers the boxes.

Very nice feature of SkyDrive so now my pictures are in proper order !

Enjoy it.

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
B

Beryl

Skybuck said:
Hello There !

Skybuck's DreamPC has been rebuild for the Fourth time and now pictures
available online !

(Rebuild using a new motherboard from ASRock

AMD should definetly take a look a picture numbers:

63, 64, 65

To show a plastic-break-off problem with the heatsink fan holder design
and it's metal screws and round plastic rings on the holder.

Your new motherboard is already broken?
 
S

Skybuck Flying

"Beryl" wrote in message
Skybuck said:
Hello There !

Skybuck's DreamPC has been rebuild for the Fourth time and now pictures
available online !

(Rebuild using a new motherboard from ASRock

AMD should definetly take a look a picture numbers:

63, 64, 65

To show a plastic-break-off problem with the heatsink fan holder design
and it's metal screws and round plastic rings on the holder.

"
Your new motherboard is already broken?
"

No, see pictures to see what broke ;)

Bye,
Skybuck =D
 
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M

miso

Hello There !

Skybuck's DreamPC has been rebuild for the Fourth time and now pictures
available online !

(Rebuild using a new motherboard from ASRock and a new graphics card from
Asus)

It's now pretty much ready and I made and uploaded 116 high resolution (4
megapixels) delicious pictures for you !

Be sure to look at the picture filenames for a description of each picture !
(This can be done by changing the "view")

The pictures can be viewed here on Microsoft's Skydrive:

http://cid-aedd0ea32d61bc86.photos.live.com/browse.aspx/Hardware/Drea...

If for some reason the link don't work then google for: "Skybuck Skydrive"
and go to "hardware" and then "DreamPCFourthBuild".

AMD should definetly take a look a picture numbers:

63, 64, 65

To show a plastic-break-off problem with the heatsink fan holder design and
it's metal screws and round plastic rings on the holder.

Fortunately the fan case was still attacheable.

Also many interesting "dust" shots ! LOL.

And also many interesting "cleaning shots" (how to clean cpu heatsink and
fan and antec 1200 front drive bays and their fans)

Many other shots show: power supply, motherboard, boxes, cables, case,
windows, cd's, gui shots, driver installation menu shots, nice lights,
manuals, simply a whooooollleee lot of stuff !

Definetly a must watch for all people with AMD x2 3800+ or Antec 1200 case
or both ! ;) =D (Or just random people to see what I have been up too lol !
;)) =D

Also people interested in the asus gt 520 silent/passively cooled graphics
card (dx11/cuda 2.1) might also find some very interesting shots showing the
two slot heatsink design.

There is some stuff in there for pretty much everybody ! ;) =D

I cleaned the front fans as an experiment, in the coming months/years I will
leave the dust filters out for much much much better airflow and cooling
properties and to see what effect it has on the dust build up inside the
drive bays, cpu heatsink and front and rear and top fans, I suspect the dust
will be much less without the dust filters because of higher air speed, the
dust will simply be blown out the back and the top. (I do wonder if the top
blow hole might have health consequences though, because of more dust in
air, maybe somebody should investigate this ! ;) :))

Bye,
  Skybuck =D

I see those new socket 939 mobos are only sold in the UK. Lots of 939
CPUs on ebay, so I gather more than a few people had their mobos
fail.

I still don't see the sense in building a socket 939 system in 2011.
 
B

Beryl

Skybuck said:
"Beryl" wrote in message

"
Your new motherboard is already broken?
"

No, see pictures to see what broke ;)

Bye,
Skybuck =D

Your 116 high resolution (4 megapixels) delicious pictures won't be
coming thru my swell $6/mo. dial-up service.
 
S

Skybuck Flying

"Beryl" wrote in message
Skybuck said:
"Beryl" wrote in message

"
Your new motherboard is already broken?
"

No, see pictures to see what broke ;)

Bye,
Skybuck =D

"
Your 116 high resolution (4 megapixels) delicious pictures won't be
coming thru my swell $6/mo. dial-up service.
"

Oh you poor puppy ! ;) :)

Well just for you I made a special little picture showing the "break off"
it's only 250 KB that should download in approximately 40 seconds.

http://members.home.nl/hbthouppermans/DreamPCFourthBuild/BreakOff.jpg

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
K

Krypsis

I see those new socket 939 mobos are only sold in the UK. Lots of 939
CPUs on ebay, so I gather more than a few people had their mobos
fail.

I still don't see the sense in building a socket 939 system in 2011.

Only a moron like SkyIdiot would do it because he hasn't a clue.

Krypsis
 
L

LarbGai

Only a moron like SkyIdiot would do it because he hasn't a clue.

Krypsis

****** Now morons are something old Krypto knows a lot about since he
is the leading moron on Google groups.
 
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Skybuck Flying

"Beryl" wrote in message
Skybuck said:
Well just for you I made a special little picture showing the "break off"
it's only 250 KB that should download in approximately 40 seconds.

About 105 seconds.

"
Clean! At least you broke opposite corners.
"

1. Yeah first I attached it and then it was dirty, so I de-tached it again.

2. Then I cleaned it and attached it again, but the fan didn't spin up.

3. So I detached it again, and then it broke off, attached the washer to
keep the fan in place and attached it again, now it's working.

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
S

Skybuck Flying

"Krypsis" wrote in message

I see those new socket 939 mobos are only sold in the UK. Lots of 939
CPUs on ebay, so I gather more than a few people had their mobos
fail.

I still don't see the sense in building a socket 939 system in 2011.

"
Only a moron like SkyIdiot would do it because he hasn't a clue.
"

Lol, Only a moron would call anybody else a moron from trying to save his
investment into memory sticks and such ! ;)

Bye,
Skybuck :)
 
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Chris S.

Skybuck Flying said:
Hello There !

Skybuck's DreamPC has been rebuild for the Fourth time and now pictures
available online !

(Rebuild using a new motherboard from ASRock and a new graphics card from
Asus)

It's now pretty much ready and I made and uploaded 116 high resolution (4
megapixels) delicious pictures for you !

Be sure to look at the picture filenames for a description of each picture
! (This can be done by changing the "view")

The pictures can be viewed here on Microsoft's Skydrive:

http://cid-aedd0ea32d61bc86.photos.live.com/browse.aspx/Hardware/DreamPCFourthBuild

Picture #79 is far and away the most hilarious....
 

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