I had a old ATX case and my current ATX case is really a peice of c***
So, I decided to put my new computer into the old ATX case but... big problem, how will I screw my motherboard?! There is no peice of metal with all the things that you screw your motherboard in it! I took my new ATX case (the peice of c***) and I took that peice of metal. Another problem! It is too long. So, I cutted it. And, I did some holes to hold the peice of metal. Not bad eh?
Here is the pictures:
The cut that I will do on the side:
The other side of the computer (the blue sticker is a sticker of the Departement of Education of New Brunswick)
My old computer case LOL!:
The inside of the computer, as you can see, there is no peice of metal to hold the motherboard.
The front without plastic:
The inside of the computer, I added the peice of metal to hold the motherboard.
The other side.
I still need to paint it, I'm waiting for my cut-off wheels to cut my window on the side (as you can see on the pic), and, I'm waiting for my drive bay plastic cover.
Any comment would be apreciated...