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first stab at case modding

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So over the years I've built a few rigs, but never really got into case modding. So I figured why not. This is what I've done to a Phantom, before the colored trims were available. Let me know what you guys think! thumb.gif

my un-touched case


stripped it down and removed the Hdd carriers. Relocated the smaller one to the drive area.


than I moved on to painting the front and top trim pieces.


Now I started adding some guts to the case smile.gif



here's the case reassembled, kinda forgot to take pictures of the cutting of the window -.-



Made a little rog drive cover plate from parts/materials I had laying around.

started adding the components, haven't been brave enough to try putting sleeves on my wires yet...



and finally got everything up and rolling.
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and the finished product.






Again, let me know what everyone thinks and how I can improve when I do my next case, which may be sooner than later smile.gif
post #2 of 2
That is pretty sick man and definitely wanting me to do something with my tempest case I love that white lining. Wonderful job.
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