That is stunning....... Only it has one BIG bum LOL.
I have almost finished putting my scout back together now
and my dads new PC wasn't working properly with his new chip so we swapped chips and his PC is working fine
. So i have gone from an AMD Phenom 940 @ 3.1GHz to a 965 @ 3.4GHz!
Anyway i need to ask a question. I want to have my cold cathodes on the side panel because they light the case a lot better. But i don't like having to plug in and unplug stuff thats on the side panel. So does anyone know of a little device that you can attach to the chassis so that when you put the side panel on it makes the circuit complete and the cathodes switch on..
If that didn't make much sense then picture an alarm system in a house. And on the door it has a magnet on the top of the frame and on the moving part of the door. Both magnets make contact when the door is shut (the case side panel is on and the cathodes would be on). But when the door is open there is no contact between the magnets (the side panel is off and the cathodes are off obviously).
I hope that made sense, because if it doesn't i may have to use my epic paint skills
If not does anyone have any idea on what parts i can use to make it happen?