Originally Posted by Sora1421
Dubbed. I remember seeing this when you first started and I forgot to then but I really wanna see how this turns out. You rock dude that's my childhood exponentially faster and more exciting haha. Do me a favor and the the very first thing you do on it emulate super mario bros just because lol.
Thanks bro! Appreciate the support immensely
You actually reminded me to upload the photos from the other day! So enjoy this little snippet of content
So this is a really old photo but I completely forgot I had these snaps. The beginning of my air intakes.
After some epoxy work!
Bit of a flash forward, I guess I didn't get any progress shots of me filling the edges etc.
Given that I am adding in the 750 Ti and wont have room for the bluray slot, I decided to epoxy the lid closed and give it a cleaner look overall. I know it takes away from the original aesthetic of the nes and most probably won't like this decision, But I do love my clean lines and sleek edges so get over it
The bottom half, Ready to take the black, For the watch!
These where the original NES controller ports, they now serve as front IO, aka usb 3.0. They are still very unfinished here and have since been filled, sanded and painted black.
For the watch!
I have done more but haven't taken any photos since.
I now have the MoBo and the intel m.2 SSD. My i3 6100 and 16gb of ram are on there way and should be here monday. My AC adapter from dell got delayed a week for some reason so I should have it late next week. At that stage I'll be able to do a DOA test and probably load windows on. In the meantime I'm going to make the back of the NES the IO shield, Which will take a bit of messing around but will look fantastic if pulled off right. Also need top install stand offs for the mobo, Work out a spot for the 2 x 40mm fans and a spot for the PSU.