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That looks awesome!
Id consider doing the same to mine, but I still use my XboX for :gasp: XboX games.
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That looks awesome!
Id consider doing the same to mine, but I still use my XboX for :gasp: XboX games.

Thanks man thumb.gif and yeah the lack of xbox emulators that's actually work is a little annoying. I have a gamecube for that exact reason.
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Have you considered trying to add a gpu yet.
I find this hilariously nice.
"Yes, so good its funny."
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Have you considered trying to add a gpu yet.
I find this hilariously nice.
"Yes, so good its funny."

Not possible without taking out the HDD as it is mounted to the lid, unless I removed it and mounted a 2.5 drive elsewhere, but this is just cost cost cost...
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Have you considered trying to add a gpu yet.
I find this hilariously nice.
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Not possible without taking out the HDD as it is mounted to the lid, unless I removed it and mounted a 2.5 drive elsewhere, but this is just cost cost cost...

OK guys, I hate resurrecting old threads but this one is a special occasion. Technically, OP, if you made some sort of makeshift horizontal pci-e cut out in the back, got a x16 riser card, and bought a hd6450 with a fan, you could definitely add a low heat, low power graphics card.
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OK guys, I hate resurrecting old threads but this one is a special occasion. Technically, OP, if you made some sort of makeshift horizontal pci-e cut out in the back, got a x16 riser card, and bought a hd6450 with a fan, you could definitely add a low heat, low power graphics card.

It's possible but I can imagine the GPU struggling for air and would be feeding directly from a hot HDD.

Not much point anyway when this sits in the closet unused (I usually do these projects for the hardware side only)

Thanks for the suggestion thumb.gif
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