PIII 733 running @ 825, Asus cusl2-c Motherboard, VisionTeK Geforce 2 GTS DDR, PC133 256m Micron, BTC 52X CD-ROM, ACER CDRW 8432IA, Creative PC DVD 5x, SoundBlaster Live, NewQ Gold EQ, 3 Case Fans, 1 Slot Cooler, Thermaltake Golden Orb, 1 modified Harddrive cooler.
I moved the 2 extra USB ports that came with my mobo to the front of my case. I timmed it so that I could bolt it to the back of a 3 1/2 drive faceplate and I cut the two slots out for the usb ports.I rounded my own IDE cables. I cut every fourth wire. Then I used wire wrap the round it off. I also had a old harddrive cooler that didn't work that well. I gutted the old fans out and replaced them with 2 radioshack cpu fans. Now it pushes out a hell of a lot more air.
Inwin Q500 Bigtower : 300 watt psu, drive-bay with 4 7volt/off /12volt switches & leds to control the casefans (front - 92mm intake, left - 80mm intake, rear - 80mm outlet, top - 120mm outlet. Asus A7V (v1.02), unlocked Duron 600 @ 977 (9,5*105), vcore 1.9volt, Spire MA324-15 with 60*60*25mm YS-Tech 26cfm fan and Arctic-Silver (idle 38 C & stressed 48 C), Guillemot GeForce DDR dvi (32 MB), 192 MB Spektek PC100, Sony DVD, Sony CDRW, Zip250 and 1,44' drive, IBM DTLA 30 GB ATA100 & WD 10 GB ATA66 harddisks, SBLive! Value and FPS1000, Win98SE & SuSE 7.0 Linux, Lexan sidepanel, 30 watt blue neon, red HDD and green PWR led exchanged for blue led's.
A tribute to the UCLA color scheme on a Liteon FS020; 6 120mm fans (1 front, 1 blowhole, 2 side intakes, 2 exhausting fumes in the rear) on 7/12 volt switches. AMD Thunderbird 1ghz @ 1100ghz (110x10); 256mb C150; 27gb WD HD; MX300; V3000; HP CDRW; 42xCDRom. Yes that is an 80mm fan on top of the Pal6035 heatsink (custom shroud). Lastly Virtual Hideout, [H]ardOCP, and Outside loop badges :)
My P III 866 Mhz @1050 Mhz; Gforce2 GTS; 256 Mb PC-133; with new coat of paint (colors on the photo is crappy -taken with W.C.); but looks real neat IRL; blue for the case & silver on the driver; also added two extra fans on the side for the CPU & Graphics card.
A gaming server built on an 800 Duron, Oc'd to 1000mhz at standard voltage. KT7 Raid, I just added a 2nd IBM 7200, 20 Gig in Raid Config and the system is really stable, too! Digital Doc monitors the cooling department while a Coolermaster DHP cools the chip. Not as loud as the FOP's and unfortunately not quite as good - however this case is extremely cool, Antec did a great job on this model: 1030SX, so the Coolermaster is fine for this unit.Drives are DVD by Raite, Teac CD/RW, Kenwood True X 72X Cd, Elsa Gforce MX w/ Creative DVD Decoder card and an SB Live Value for the sound. Ram is Mushkin Rev PC 150 at cas 2 settings. I think the Duron is an outstanding chip and I've clocked it to 1133 and it's stable with a voltage mod to the board, of course.. ;>
I don't know whether this qualifies as a case mod, but this is the housing for our new storage testbed. Simple, integrated, space-saving and cost effective. It was previously some kind of movable cabinet. Will add side handles soon to make the whole setup easy to lug around the place in one piece.
I built a new 1100 Athlon, Overclocked to 1200 w/ KT7A Raid, (2) Maxtor 7200's, SBLive 5.1, 256Megs Overclockerz PC Cas 2,2,2, Ram, Case is Lian Li and this thing runs VERY COOL.. Average w/ FOP 32 is 28-30C and 35C under full load.