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Old 01-11-2009, 10:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default antec 300 window mod success!

followed the mnpctech video to the "T" and installed a side window for my new antec threehundred case.

good job or bad job or fair job? your opinions

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looks great, I would have it be a bit bigger though. My personal preference... I love a big side panel to see all my gizmo's.


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i agree, i wanted a slightly bigger window.

but lowe's is strange on some of their item pricing.

this 8x10 window was less than $2.00.
i bought 2 just incase.

the next biggest size was $33.00
i thought id save a buck or thirty.
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haha. solid planning
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i personally like smaller windows that just show the good stuff, if u have a bigger window other other thing it really shows is the drive bays and who cares about that?

but looks nice man
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that looks nice and clean. i prefer bugger windows, but that looks nice and clean looking though.
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thanks guys, my last side panel mod was a disaster hehe.
was much better this time around
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when are you gonna try another window mod??
lol, im not sure. i just got this case, so i think ill use it for a while.

it allready has the top fan, so no mod needed there.

i guess i could mod the other side panel, but that side isnt even seen.

id love to mod the front panel, but i dont think i have the skill-set for that.
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Very nice window mod... Looks very professional. So when you gonna do mine
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Looks good.

I need to do my soon. I need to decide if I want clear plexi or tinted.... hmm...
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