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Old 07-12-2005, 01:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Here are some pictures of the first steps of my soon to be kickass P3 mod.



Here i am after cutting the hole filing it down with this thingy ^^



Here are the circles Ive laid out ready to be cut ^^^^



here i am deburring and sanding down the edges ^^^



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here are the holes all cut out ^^



and there is the sorta finished project ^^^


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hope you all like it
ill post more pics as it develops

tommorow: lights fans and all the fun stuff
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Old 07-12-2005, 01:58 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Niiice, your going to paint that right ? Add lights, etc...etc..
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Old 07-12-2005, 02:00 AM   #3 (permalink)
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yup

green led fans
green ccfl's
some biohazard fan grills
some black spraypaint
some more fans
and some sleeving
and some molex replacements
and some acrylic
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Awww, you said Biohazard fan grills...come on man , get somethin cool ...
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Nice Job !!!!!!

I wish I could do a good job like that, but I can't even be trusted with a spork.
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looks a lot better than what i did lol i painted my case red that part looks good but first time with a jigsaw and kinda messed upp my 120mm fan hole on the side but it works lol
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post some pics

lets make this like a real mods thread and not just little crap like adding lights

lets see some hacking and cutting of metal
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Well should all ask the admin to make a new topic...... Or at least seperate Overclocking and Pc Building.
And have Case Modding on its own topic.
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We definitely need a section for modding work logs...that would be Sexy.
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here is the main part of the project completed

spent about 7 hours so far on it
and btw ppl if any1 ever says sleeving a psu is easy kill em for me








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