I am clanleader of the german tfc and cs-clan MTV and wanted to dedicate my case to my clan. I modified the case with a neon tube (the switch and a status LED for that are on the control panel) and 4 80mm coolers (two intake at the side, one "HDD-cooler", one outtake). Their speed can be controlled with the two regulators (on the control panel). Visit www.mtv-clan.de :o)
This is my Athlon 700@805, GeForceDDR, 512MB, Teac-Drives: 2 Burner (8x, 4x), Lite-On 24X Burner, Pioneer DVD, 20GB and 30GB IBM, 100GB Maxtor... I put the Enermax fan into the front, so that I have a constant temperature of 21° inside. There are 2 more fans on the back of the chassis. One chrome-switch, to turn light on or off. (canŽt be seen on the photos, but IŽll make new pix). More info on my homepage!
This is my first case mod. It's not my main computer, just a game server. It has 1x92mm intake in the front, 1x120mm intake in the acrylic window, 1x120mm exhaust on top. Krylon high gloss black and Krylon fluorescent green. Green cold cathode tube. Of all the case mod's I've seen, I've never seen anyone use spikes before. Maybe this is my original contribution to the case mod community! They are 1" steel spikes. Forty-eight total. I got them from www.tandyleather.com. Specs: ASUS A7V133 (soon to be an EPoX 8KHA), 384M PC133 oc'd to 146MHz (soon to be 512M PC2700), AMD T-Bird 1.1GHz oc'd to 1.32GHz, SK6 w/Delta Howler Monkey fan, 50x ASUS CD-ROM, Creative Labs TNT2 Ultra (hey, this thing is a game server, the TNT2 is fine for that!), SBLive!, SMC 1211TX NIC, 350W PC Power & Cooling, WinME (soon to be WinXP).
Duron 700@900 with Alpha PEP66 on Asus A7V mobo; 256MB VC133 SDRAM; 32MB GF2 GTS; 20GB Quantum Fireball AS. Mods are: 120mm intake on the bottom (with filter); 92mm and 80mm exhaust on top with laser cut fan grilles and red EL cable lighting (80mm exhausting air from CPU); purple 10" neon; purple EL cable around window; all fans (including 80mm intake at standard front location) controlled by PCMods Rheobus; lights controlled by DIY switched power bus; digital temp probe measuring CPU temp; paintjob on casing done by OPMultimedia; fans have flourescent tape on them which looks especially good under UV light (don't have UV neon yet).