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post #21 of 96
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The red gives me nightmares from the 360. Green

Never thought of it in that way, Green it is!
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No! not the red ring of death!!!! Ahhhhh! Joke it looks really nice,1 hell of an idea.I wish I can do something similar except with an xbox 360......U guys think its possible?thumb.gif
     
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post #23 of 96
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No! not the red ring of death!!!! Ahhhhh! Joke it looks really nice,1 hell of an idea.I wish I can do something similar except with an xbox 360......U guys think its possible?thumb.gif

The xbox 360 is very possible, theres a few on youtube, (have a look) a relatively low profile cooler is require, plus you need to ensure there is sufficient cooling, as was the problem with the standard 360
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post #24 of 96
I'm going to try and do something like this to my old PS2. Good job OP! rep+
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post #25 of 96
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I'm going to try and do something like this to my old PS2. Good job OP! rep+

Thanks!
and for the PS2 i would recommend using a mini itx board and either a really slim shuttle power supply or an external power spply
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post #26 of 96
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[(Small) UPDATE]

Just a quick last post of the night to show the hard drive brackets, all that needs to be done is drill the bottom holes and holes into the lid







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post #27 of 96
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[UPDATE]

Had awful weather all week, so nothing much has been done except a bit of soldering, looking better for the weekend so the plan is to get as much cutting done as possible, mount the motherboard, attach the hard drive mount to the lid and cut out the xbox logo for a vent.



Any suggestions of how i can improve this are welcome smile.gif
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post #28 of 96
Cool mod! Love the fact that you use the original wiring and buttons. As for the weather. I have -10c here and 15cm snow in the last 8 hours :DD
post #29 of 96
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Cool mod! Love the fact that you use the original wiring and buttons. As for the weather. I have -10c here and 15cm snow in the last 8 hours :DD

it wouldnt be bad if we had a bit of snow, but its just awfully miserable weather
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post #30 of 96
looking good so far. can't wait to see the finished product
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