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post #21 of 26
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xPrestonn;14428437 
Looking great! subbed. finished product is sure to be sick!

I hope so too. This is my absolute first case mod so I'm bound to make a mistake every now and again, But eh it's not like it's anyone else is going to own it for a long time anyhow smile.gif

But these pics will have to show what I've done:
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My room smells of metal!!! Muhahahaha band.gif
post #22 of 26
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The extreme scratch marks will be sanded down and repainted...

Unfortunately my previous attempt with the hole saw went wrong... frown.gif
post #23 of 26
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Okay, I busted A** today and completed the 120mm bottom mount and painting the side panel racing stripes, plus put the whole computer back together wheee.gif

Revealing the white racing stripes:
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Side panel stripes:
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Side panel with windows and fan installed:
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Completed Product: biggrin.gif
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post #24 of 26
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eek.gif I can't believe I just caught the Typo on my concept image!

It's supposed to say "Evolution" not "Evoution" I forgot the " L" lachen.gif

But anyways I decided I'd put up some more pics for now:

Painting Completed:
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Front panel view:
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Tuf Inside:
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Ambient Interior:
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Yes those are 140mm on the front panel I used the default 120mm mounting plates and inverted them and used this adapter "Link" to Mount 140mm on them and then I drilled new mounting holes for the plates on the front panel and removed the HDD Cages.

I used these fans: LINK
Edited by Fateful_Ikkou - 8/2/11 at 10:30pm
post #25 of 26
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Yes I use car air fresheners in my computer. cool.gif

HDD Mounting:
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Dual 120mm with fan grills:
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"Driven" Titanium Rain air fresheners:
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Freshener Placement: "Like a Boss"
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post #26 of 26

Nice job dude, the stripes look great! thumb.gif

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