Here´s my first case mod: a P4-1.9 GHz on a MSI 6339, Aluminium CPU H2O Radiator (Selfmade), 120mm Vented H2O Radiator (Cooling-Systems),600W PSU (TOP-IT), 786MB RD-RAM (NEC), 12X Burner, SoundBlaster Live!, 30GB HDD (Maxtor), Nvidia GF1 DDR (Crative Labs), Blue Neon, Plexiglas on top and left side, two blowholes on top, three white LEDs in the front.
Factory unlocked AMD 1333 Axia. Black Thermoengine V60 4225(38cfm fan) IWill KK266. 256MB PC-133 CL2 (soon to be 512) MSI GeForce2 MX 400 (64MB). Afree 52x CDROM. WinME (B.S.O.D. edition!) 20GB Maxtor ATA/100 7200rpm. Soundblaster Live. Intake 261cfm/Exhaust 270 cfm(14 fans) Rounded cables. Blue Orb on Northbridge. Aopen full tower.Enermax 350w/ps. Bright blue and red LED fan bus. Brass thumbscrews,handles and trimwork. Lexan window mod. Aqua neon lighting. Black and anthracite paint.Just a thanks to Mary, David, Corbin, and Dad.
My case was jealous of my tattoo so I gave it one of it's own. Athlon T-bird 1GHz, 640MB RAM, 20GB Maxtor UDMA100 HDD, 64M RadeonDDR, Yamaha 8x4x32, Toshiba8x DVD, maxisound fortissimo output to digital receiver, Alpha heatsink.
Just a quick mod for a freind. He wanted the "paint ball Splatter effect" Not much heavy modding really. Just a blow hole and the removal of all the metal where the fans are mounted as well as the window cut out. Once he has it together it should look pretty snazzy. Im trying to talk him into Laser cut grills and a rheobus as well as blue neon.
Sorry about the poor quality of the pics they are taken with a stock Dexxa webcam, will be getting a digicam pritty soon so I will submit some pics you can actualy see! This is my first case mod so its nothing fancy. I jst started off with a stock atx case and added an 8cm fan in left side plate and one at the front that required considerable cutting with my dremal. I have also added a pci slot cooler over the graphics card to keep it icy cool. All fans are controled via three switchs drilled into the spare floopy bay front. The case has been painted blue. I am considering a 12cm fan in a blowhole at the top of the case and a keyswitch to replace the original power switch. My system is AMD Duron 800 @ 1GHz, 384MB PC133 SDRAM, ABIT KT7-RAID mainboard. Creative 128 soundcard, Creative GeForce2 MX 32MB DDR, 350 watt powersupply. External 56k modem, 1.2GHz rated stock proccessor cooler, 52x LG CD-ROM and 12x8x32 Freecom CD/RW.
This is the 2nd case i have modified. My case is an enlight 8950. Great case but pricey. It has 9 x 5.25" drive bays in the front. Paint is supposed to look like hammered steel but really its orange peel in a can. Cold Cathode light. One 120mm blowhole and two 80mm rear fans. Working on a fanbus. Cut out the Nerv logo with a jigsaw.
This my first try at a mod (well not really a mod, I just bought a case with a silver front and went with a silver theme). The specs: P3 700MHz, 256MB RAM, 20G HD, NewQ Platinum Sound, NewQ EQ, Delta DVDRom, Imation CDBurner, Labtec 7 speaker system. 2 monitors hooked up to it via a switch box: one 19 inch KDS CRT and a new silver KDS Rad-5 LCD Monitor. OS: Win ME. I think I am gonna paint the rest of the case silver and add some LED switches to control the internal fans.
I know that this is quite a boring case. But the closed circuit water cooling system is what makes this thing great. Right now im running an Athlon 700 @ 1100. This water cooling system works great and even overclocked the chip feels as cool as normal. It is cooled by the water jacket that is touching the CPU. The pump pumps the water up through the radiator and runs the cold water by the processor cooling it and dumps it back into the pump which goes around again. The shut-off valve is needed to add more water to the system after some evaporates.
This project started out as an eMachine 366i. It now has mobo from an eMonster500a with a P3 550 128M PC133 RAM, 52X CD, 12x10x32 CDRW, 10G WD HDD, ATI Rage Fury. This case had no fans or even a place to install fans until I started cutting some holes (Ph34r the dremel!). It now has 2 80mm fans in back and 1 92mm in front. The HD was mounted in a vertical position (where the front fan is now) but I welded another bracket to the cage under the floppy so it now mounted in a horizontal position under the floppy. The proprietary 120 W MATX PS has been axed in favor of a full 250W ATX PSU. It is a tight fit but works well.
With this case mod I wanted to create a more functional day to day machine. I wasn't looking to create anything funky as I did with my retrocase. I was more concerned about creating a silent watercooled case that would help me overclock and still keep the dba down.
Athlon 800, 256MB RAM, Voodoo 4, SBLive! Value, 95GB of storage space, Linksys NIC, 52x CD-ROM, dual boot to Win2K/Linux Cooling : Fans: 60mm (2), 30mm (4) Casing : black liquid bedliner for paint window is tough aluminum steel handle on top, 0.5" case lift logo mount for front side (faceplate) cable wrapped in blue tubing, blue wrapped IDE.
This is prototype revision 4.6. 4.7 is now shipping with an extra 80mm rear exhaust port. ClearPC is an ATX compliant chassis. Each unit is shipping without a PSU. Main features include screwless front bezel, screwless side panel removal, flamed edges (all clear), and a rounded over chassis design that is unique to ClearPC. We are a wholesaler exclusively and don't retail the housing from our web site, but drop in and view our worldwide distributor's list. If the reader here would like to discuss the chassis, a rep. is standing by on ICQ at 100733309.
Just added some watercooling to my already modded case. Made some new windows, etc. Specs : T-Bird 1GHz @ 1.3GHz, full load temp 33C, IWill KK266-R, ASUS V7700 32MB, watercooled CPU and GPU, IBM Deskstar ATA-100, Seagate Barracuda ATA-66, SBLive! Value, 2 NIC's, Pioneer slot dvd, Plextor burner, etc.