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Is it possible to paint the fan grill black and make it a little less noticeable? I feel it kind of spoils the look of the Xbox.
Otherwise everything looks good! Waiting for your next update.

Thanks for the idea, i do actually have some satin black paint, so i shall consider doing this!
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Nice work! I plan on doing the same eventually, but I want mine to be liquid cooled and have dedicated graphics. I'm probably going to extend the case by gluing another section on from another case. Great mod thumb.gif
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Nice work! I plan on doing the same eventually, but I want mine to be liquid cooled and have dedicated graphics. I'm probably going to extend the case by gluing another section on from another case. Great mod thumb.gif


That's cheating! tongue.gif only joking, is nice to fit everything inside the original casing though smile.gif
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post #44 of 96
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That's cheating! tongue.gif only joking, is nice to fit everything inside the original casing though smile.gif
Haha, so what tongue.gif lol. My dad wants me to make an HTPC for him out of an old fat PS3 he has. We only have 4 of them to try it with rolleyes.gif
post #45 of 96
Hey dude, nice mod, great work on the cables and sleeving!

would also like to say hi to a fellow keighley chap smile.gifthumb.gif
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Looking really good thumb.gif
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Haha, so what tongue.gif lol. My dad wants me to make an HTPC for him out of an old fat PS3 he has. We only have 4 of them to try it with rolleyes.gif

i see, well an mITX board and slim power supply would give you a whole lot more room to play with
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Hey dude, nice mod, great work on the cables and sleeving!
would also like to say hi to a fellow keighley chap smile.gifthumb.gif

WELL! that was unexpected, but thanks!
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post #49 of 96
nice job +Rep.
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i see, well an mITX board and slim power supply would give you a whole lot more room to play with

Ya, it will be easy for him, air cooled mini itx with an itx psu. As for me, external resevoir, custom motherboard tray, mITX, MSI 7850, Dual 120mm rad, and an ITX PSU. Worked it all out in AutoCAD, hopefully everything fits in real life biggrin.gif
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