Why Black Magic?
Because you don't see or hear a power supply! You don't see or hear any hard drives! Must be MAGIC!
Ok... That's stupid. My build has no name, but I had to come up for something for the post subject.
Above is the motherboard on the motherboard tray. There are no hard drives in this build because I use two Transcend 4GB flash drives. XP Professional is installed, but it's stripped down with XPLite to keep it svelte.
It's an Epox board (model escapes me right now) with a 4100+ and 1GB of PC2-8500 with a Thermaltake Spirit RS cooler on it. The RAM cooler is tilted into the airflow of the Ultra X-Wind CPU cooler to help keep the memory cool.
The video card in use is an XFX passively cooled 7950GT OC.
You'll note in the below photos that the computer is running without a power supply.....
So how does it get power?
I have an Ultra PowerPartner (not on market yet) 325W power supply in the 5.25" bay. So this fact isn't too obvious, it's installed backwards with the power output cables run behind the bezel.
I can put the block off plate on the PC over the PowerPartner and there's enough space for the two little 40MM fans to move air. Right now the bay is open because I haven't had a chance to modify the power cord yet.
I figured I'd work on hacking up the case first.
FYI: If you wonder if a mere 5.25" bay PSU is enough to power this rig, here's some photos of how much power this thing pulls from the wall during 3DM'06.
In the second photo I'm only drawing 175W from the wall. Even at a mere 75% efficiency, that's only 131.25W DC output. No problem!