So this is the PC in question. It was the office PC of a friend back in 2004. It came loaded with Windows XP Professional on a 3.5 inch HDD, with a whopping 40 gb of space. This was attached via PATA cables, along with a floppy reader and CD-ROM drive into a Foxconn motherboard with an Intel Pentium 4 processor @1.8ghz. Obviously, I removed all this. I plan on building a gaming PC in the case, in order to save money (along with the fact that I love the look of a standard PC with high-performance parts inside). As of now, I don't plan to do any overclocking, so I shouldn't need any extra cooling, right? The motherboard was a mini-ATX pattern, but the case definitely looks big enough for a full size ATX pattern. Take a look.
Here it is with the motherboard laying where it would be. As you can see, there are unused screw-holes. The case will need modification, however. The single fan in the back was hard wired into the power supply, and needed to be removed. The power and reset buttons on the front may not work, and I will definitely replace the two USB ports on the front with 3.0 ones. It is also really dusty, and likely has airflow troubles. Anyway, any thoughts or personal similar experiences would be excellent. Apologies for iPod camera quality. If it wasn't obvious, I am new to PC building. I know what to do and how to do it, but have no experience. Keep this in mind if you respond.
Edited by RAMS Downloader - 5/15/14 at 2:01pm