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Old 03-19-2011, 02:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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To explain what I did to mod the case...
Side window + window molding
Painted the inside black
Took out the two HDD bay and riveted in the four HDD bay on the bottom
EDIT: I forgot to add I put a button up on the top of the case for the LED lights.
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Looks like it went to he**...
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Not bad, not bad at all.

My only negative feedback involves your motherboards positioning of the 24 pin connector. That's just a stupid place to put it... The engineer who made the call on that should be shot.
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Yea, I've seen some boards like that. You need a long power cable for that...

Edit: Can't you have the 24-pin come from the top of the case?
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Yea, I've seen some boards like that. You need a long power cable for that...

Edit: Can't you have the 24-pin come from the top of the case?
I don't think the cable is long enough without the use of an extension...
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Not bad, not bad at all.

My only negative feedback involves your motherboards positioning of the 24 pin connector. That's just a stupid place to put it... The engineer who made the call on that should be shot.
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I don't think the cable is long enough without the use of an extension...
That and the angles the cable would have to bend at... If I can get my hands on an extension cable I'll give it a try.
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