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post #11 of 21
I shall - looking forward to seeing more
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have you not done anything to this sekseh case yet?
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post #13 of 21
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have you not done anything to this sekseh case yet?
No but I will as soon as I complete my Soprano mod. I also need to sit down and draw out what I plan to do. Soon I will post my plans here and expect some feedback from you fellow modders.
post #14 of 21
Conserving the clean looks of it eh? I tried to do something of that sort with my mod, but, in the end, it turned out sort of like a rave party.

I do think, however, my side window was a nice lil conservative mod. It is nice an open, and the brushed aluminum is still evident and compliments it well.

Maybe you may be looking to do something similar?

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post #15 of 21
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That's a nice clean cut. I'm thinking about 3 or four windows cut out at an angle. I want a little aluminum between each window. The Acrylic will be one piece but several cut outs.
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*waits patiently in the shadows to strike with words of praise*
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post #17 of 21
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*waits patiently in the shadows to strike with words of praise*
..dude, I can hardly restrain myself from jumpin on this mod. I know I first need to finish the other two mods I'm on first. I'm learning some things and picking up ideas here and there right now. So far the things I'm planning on doing is replacing the front ports in front with a digital readout for temps. I still want to polish the case to make it shine as much as possible. If I can't do this I might have to carry it somewhere to be done. I was once planning on air cooling because of bad experiences with water cooling but that was mostly due to the cheap TT Bigwater and not me. I'm now planning to water cool but this time no cheap stuff! I want to use as much polished aluminum as possible inside the case, fittings and such. Tell me if this sounds like it would look good or not. I'm thinking of using clear water line, clear coolant too. White cold cathode lighting. The goal being to make everything shiny like chrome or clear. What do you think? I'm not totally against adding a little color and may do so in moderation.

Well, this is a little of what I have in mind so far. Anyone, please feel free to give your opinion.
post #18 of 21
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..dude, I can hardly restrain myself from jumpin on this mod. I know I first need to finish the other two mods I'm on first. I'm learning some things and picking up ideas here and there right now. So far the things I'm planning on doing is replacing the front ports in front with a digital readout for temps. I still want to polish the case to make it shine as much as possible. If I can't do this I might have to carry it somewhere to be done. I was once planning on air cooling because of bad experiences with water cooling but that was mostly due to the cheap TT Bigwater and not me. I'm now planning to water cool but this time no cheap stuff! I want to use as much polished aluminum as possible inside the case, fittings and such. Tell me if this sounds like it would look good or not. I'm thinking of using clear water line, clear coolant too. White cold cathode lighting. The goal being to make everything shiny like chrome or clear. What do you think? I'm not totally against adding a little color and may do so in moderation.

Well, this is a little of what I have in mind so far. Anyone, please feel free to give your opinion.
I LOVE IT! Chrome out that PC dude! How would you get clear coolant though? Just straight up distilled water and some anti-bacterial additive?

As for not being on top the mod, I can't say I'm much better. My stuff is still sitting in my basement. I keep meaning to get down there to work on it, but I'm just immensely lazy That and I still don't have all the supplies I need, so there's no rush for me.
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post #19 of 21
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As for not being on top the mod, I can't say I'm much better. My stuff is still sitting in my basement. I keep meaning to get down there to work on it, but I'm just immensely lazy That and I still don't have all the supplies I need, so there's no rush for me.
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Hear that. I've been working a lot of OT plus when I am off I really don't feel like doing much but chill. I'm starting to get up enough drive to get back to it soon though.
post #20 of 21
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I've been way too busy for any mod time and when I'm not busy I'm too lazy.

Things are beginning to slow down some for me so I hope to start back on my mods and finish them.

I have a couple items on order from "PERFORMANCE-PCS.com" that will be in soon.




A drive bay cover for a second DVD/CD, I have one now.





5 1/4 front bay hdd cage. Will hold 3 drives. I'll remove the hdd cage from inside to make room for WC setup.
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