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post #11 of 14
I have this one

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...d=rotary+tools

which intrestingly enough is Identical to this one

http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...&cName=&sName=

Just a different name on it

Got it for Xmas from the wifes parents
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Some pretty poor quality pics of my little mods, they are nothing big but im proud as its my first go at cutting bits out of and drilling holes in my case.

Attachment 68344 - Front of custom HD cooler (with front off case)

Attachment 68345 - New Custom mounted exhaust 120mm Fan in top of case

Attachment 68346 - Custom Floppy bay with modding mesh over 3x LED's and 2x 50mm Fans

Attachment 68347 - Cables are now much tidier after cutting out several management holes and running main cables through, am going to take mobo out again and run some more cables behind it and move that power cable running the bottom 3 sata's

Attachment 68348 - All these cables running to my bottom two Raptors and my 320GB SataII were all over the place, but are now much tidier as i have run them all behind the drive bays and backplate of the case with the aid of the new management holes.


Need some more ideas though, How would i go about moving the PSU from top to bottom? Any one done it on an CM Ammo or similar before?
Nice machine man! For just getting that tool it seems you have a knack for it . I on the other hand would end up burning the house to the ground if I tried it... Anything I touch or try to mod either litteraly sets fire, implodes, grinds to a stop or just plain dies... That's no exageration..
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post #13 of 14
Just get the cheapest Black and Decker rotary tool at Home Depot for $35. I got that oen and it works very well. It is not cordless though.
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Nice machine man! For just getting that tool it seems you have a knack for it . I on the other hand would end up burning the house to the ground if I tried it... Anything I touch or try to mod either litteraly sets fire, implodes, grinds to a stop or just plain dies... That's no exageration..
Thanks.
Lol, I did almost set fire too and ended up melting one of the multi card reader's usb leads from the back of my Akasa Fan and Temp Controller panel, It was the only thing i left in whilst doing it and i did'nt really consider the fire risk...
Managed to find a replacment stuffed in the bottom of a box luckily though.
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