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So i thought about making a war torn type of case, let me know what you guys think.

Let me know what you think good or bad. Ignore the paint, just testing. Oh and sorry for the crappy pictures they where taken on my phone.
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Did you make the bullet holes with a 223?
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Did you make the bullet holes with a 223?

No way that would be like 20 bucks worth of holes, just used my 15-22.
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And putting some type of auto dimming red light inside could give a feel of the inside on fire

Sent by me
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ha, what if you accidently hit an ATX mount or your power button or something? It's a cool idea if you're a good aim, really cool, but you'd have to seal the backside of the holes with saran wrap or something so as not to kill your air flow / pressure zones. This could be used to increase airflow to deadspots though, ha
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And putting some type of auto dimming red light inside could give a feel of the inside on fire

Sent by me

Yes! some flickering candle LED's powered by an arduino
http://www.richardvannoy.info/lab-05.php

or a USB thing
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ha, what if you accidently hit an ATX mount or your power button or something? It's a cool idea if you're a good aim, really cool, but you'd have to seal the backside of the holes with saran wrap or something so as not to kill your air flow / pressure zones. This could be used to increase airflow to deadspots though, ha
Yes! some flickering candle LED's powered by an arduino
http://www.richardvannoy.info/lab-05.php

or a USB thing

I have a piece of ar500 steel i can use to make sure it dont hit the mobo tray, like set it between the side pannel and the tray. As for the power button i've already taken it off the case i'm going to use. Not completely sure where i'm going to place it.

i'ma decent shot, can nail a pc case @ 100 yards without an issue.

I'm not really worried about the cooling as this case is going to have an old P2 in it, unless it turns out rly cool, then i may have to put my server in it.. either way its going to have 2 120's in the front as an intake..

I dont really feel like posting all the stuff here right now so, here is a build log of it, so far.
Edited by handi420 - 8/20/13 at 8:54pm
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