This case has 2 plexi windows, one in the side and one on the top, the lights on top are stylish lights for cars and a neon light from pcmods.com in the front i have a strobe light. the handles on top are made for kitchen cupboard but i found a better use for them :) It also has one intake and one exhaust fan!
This it my first case mod. I sanded down the sides to the aluminium finish, and then used a jigsaw to cut all the holes. This case cost me just under £15 to modify, including spray paint for the front! Two 80 mm inflow fans, 1 120mm exhaust outake fan. Beneath the case : Duron 800 (not o/c), AOpen AK33 mobo, 256mb Crucial PC133 ram, TNT2pro, 10.4gb Seagate Hdd, 40.9gb maxtor hdd.
Trekker gone MAD, or is it "MOD" , Generic case, Abit KT7A-Raid,650 Duron @ 950Mhz 146*6.5 with global Fop38, Voodoo 3000, 128Kingmax pc150 @ cas2 and 4way on, SCSI 10*4*32 CD-writer, IBM 45gig 7200rpm,SB live!,Mag 19" monitor, 2 homemade fan busses 7 and 12volt, 1-92mm front,2-80mm sides @12v, 2-80mm above pwr supp @7v for exhaust, runs 41c under load, but is a tad loud :0), all cables and wires have spiral or split loom with different colored tape, PCModz Thunder stick in bottom with a cutout in back for on-the-fly adjustments, 2 high intensity blue LED s on top for shadow casting,Looks way cool in the dark, preferred weapon of destruction "Wizard dremel with stylus " or hole saw.
This is my first modification. It goes to show you, if you take your time, and plan everything out, it will get done right the 1st time. I never even used a DREMEL before, but since my girlfriend gave me one for my B-day, I thought i would put it to some good use. I plan on hiding all the wires and cables. Notice the piping up top? Fresh air for my T-Bird 1000. Also "borrowed" the feet from my HX08!! That one is comming soon too. Thanks to you, I now have a new hobby.
This is my first shot at a case mod. Sorry about the picture quality, I forgot to turn off the flash. The paint job was done by my brother "Dwayne", he used black/blue speckle stone paint on the top, sides, and drive bays. With black automotive paint used for the front. Later 3 coats of automotive clear coat was used to seal the works. Also, Internally I have 3 extra 80mm fans mounted. One as an intake fan, the other as an exhaust fan, and the other one rigged to blow down onto my golden orb heatsink. I've rigged up a switch on the front of the case to control 2 of the 3 fans not including the one over the gorb. Plus, I've enlarged the front air intake holes, and added some high-output blue lights leds to replace the standard power, hard drive, and power saving ones on the case. That's about it except for my system specs : Celeron II 566 @ 850MHz, ASUS CUV4X, 128MB PC-100 @ 133MHz CAS 3, ATI Radeon 32MB DDR, Linksys 10/100 NIC, Mag Innovision XJ500 15" Monitor, Sound Blaster PCI-128, Hewlett Packard 8200i CD-RW, Avermedia TV98 tv tuner card.
Antec ks282 case we had fun with. Inside : Duron 700 overclocked to 1 gig, Chrome orb, Geforce 2, SB MP3+ 5.1, New-Q Platinum. Outside: metallic blue paint job, mesh cover for front intake fan, metallic flaps for "deflect-o" blowhole system, New-Q matching blue remote (not shown), metallic muffler tape sealing un-used case ventilation on side and rear. Fan details : two 120 mm solid metal fans moving 65 cu ft of air per minute!...and not too loud. Intake on front bezel, blowhole on top both powered by aux. 120 volt power supply (no ac/dc issues encountered yet) and separate power switch on back. "Deflect-O" flaps (converted dryer vent from Home Depot) direct exiting air, and close for dust protection when fans are off. Check website for construction details and more pix.