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I will definitely have to post some pictures tmrw once I get the chance. Just finished converting a poly bucket into a air tunnel for my aged file-server/htpc. I can honestly say I never thought zip ties could be so useful.
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Originally Posted by CynicalUnicorn View Post

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Originally Posted by HoFattoSoloCosi View Post

I think -but I can be wrong- that this doesn't necessary imply it must look terrible smile.gif Hope I got correctly the meaning of the thread, you have to exuse me for any eventual misunderstanding, english is not my native language exclamation.gif

And yet better than a whole lot of people. I don't think it has to by definition look bad, but lots of duct tape and zip ties aren't unexpected. This is more about wacky mods that you've done to solve a problem without spending a lot (or anything), not mods that look like crap and by some miracle still work.

What CynicalUnicorn said. Especially the bolded part. Ghetto normally looks bad because it was made out of stuff lying around, yet you use it all so well it looks as good (or, in the case of the speakers, better) than a pro job.
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post #2633 of 7172
Idk if you would classify this as ghetto rigging, but here goes. It's cooling my raid card and raid expander atm sadly. It's also sitting on one of the cable boxes the lian li case came with haha.

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post #2634 of 7172
this is pretty much my favorite ocn thread....ever. biggrin.gif

get ghettofied! tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by HoFattoSoloCosi View Post

Some more ghetto-stuff for you!

After a lot of years, my trusted Creative speakers had some issues, one of the most annoying was the grey tissue mesh really dirty and ruined.

NO BIG DEAL

Took some pantyhose (the same I use for dust filter on PC cases) and cut some pieces enough big to cover the entire space, and voilà, the result:
Pantyhose (Click to show)

Old version on the left and newer version on the right, already assembled. Took just some drops of hot glue and some patience to reach an uniform result thumb.gif
More pantyhose (Click to show)





So, whose pantyhose iswas that? rolleyes.gif


In other news, something I am deeply sorry that I didn't make a photo-log of...


How I replaced a "fully working" AGP-8, DDR-I proprietary main component system
(but with no [none, nada, никакъв] signal output to the monitor) with something a tad better (yay for DDR-II and PCI-E)

Here's a story for you (Click to show)
How do you fit an ATX mobo in a Dell proprietary case?
This is the problem [poor lightning and potato pic]:




Well.. First off, I had to remove the duct with the fan which leads cold air into the otherwise passive heatsink of the CPU.
Then you can't really position the mobo there because the Dells' I/O ports are pulled down, as you can see. SO LET'S CUT!

This thing felt like cutting through steel, and it was just as heavy. mad.gif Overall a pita, but nothing that powertools and swearing can't fix. I even filed it.
But then...

The motherboard had <1mm of clearance from the case floor and the PCI-E slots weren't alligned. So far, so good. 'I'll just pull it up a bit', I thought. Hmmm.. but I couldn't, something was in the way. OH HEY LOOK, THEIR PSU ISN'T THE STANDARD SIZE!! Luckily, I had to replace it too. So I did. But the new one had a power switch below the cord plug. Well then, let's get the dremel out. After a heavy grind, it almost fit. And since my last polishing tip (that thing ate through three of them) was done for, I might have kind of flipped out. But I have a very rough rasper, so I took all my feelings out on the poor case. A couple of minutes later, perfect fit!

Well I had that going for me, which was nice.

But my agony was far from over...

The original motherboard was on an aluminum table, and they would not separate.
That's nice. Now where's my tap? Ahhh, here it is.
devil.gifPREPARE YOUR DIDDLY-HOLES, CASE devil.gif

Well that was done and I had leftover stand-offs from other cases. Mobo was put in place, finally it liked it.

Time to close this up and never ever look at it again. But where can I possibly stick all those cables??
After about 30 minutes of cable rout..twisting, knotting, cables entangling me with clearly a murderous intent and a couple of bleeding fingertips, they were finally stuffed in a place where they wouldn't get in the way. Whew!

Time to close this up and never ever look at it again...again.
There we go, now let me just align the hinges in place... BUT I COULDN'T (Click to show)
AAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGGGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHRWRIJAWIJR [gurgling sounds]

The optical drive bay was touching the motherboard.
Needless to say, I quickly transitioned from calm to MEGABERSERK MURDER RAMPAGE, and using the sparks that shot out of my eyes, I cut one of the sides off.
You are messing with my Zen thing, man.

It fit!

Sooooo... I plugged the GPU in, reinstalled Windows (mmm.. the Windows XP CD pleases me)
And realized I had no internet.

Sure, not a problem.

Well, both the motherboards' Ethernet adapters were dead, but luckily the Dell already had an additional network card.
Come here, baby...
I shut the PC down, plugged it in, and powered it on.

Guess what? The plot twist (Click to show)
I. HAD. NO. VIDEO. SIGNAL.
None from the VGA. None from the DVI.
NOTHING AT ALL.

That Eth adapter was forged in Hell.

Apparently it caused irreversible damage to both motherboards somehow... And to this day I have no idea how/what exactly it did.

I cried a little. I seriously shed a tear.
And I gave up.


Called the friend of mine who owned the computer and explained it all. He stood silent.


And the funny thing is, I was planning to use those parts for a home router + file server.
But... Life happens. tongue.gif


Well, I hope you enjoyed it!

Did I manage to pull it off for the lack of pictures? Please don't hit me hard! wink.gif
Edited by fragamemnon - 1/23/14 at 12:19am
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post #2636 of 7172
Quote:
Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

So, whose pantyhose iswas that? rolleyes.gif

Do you mean where the pantyhose came from? If so, they were a pair of my girlfriend tights, she has tons of these rolleyes.gif


Nice story about the ATX motherboard biggrin.gif
post #2637 of 7172
I came upon this thread somehow and made an account just for it, hence the name. Before getting on here I was mainly on XDA. This has been way more fun!
Edited by GhettoFied - 1/23/14 at 10:43am
post #2638 of 7172
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Ah.........some pictures perhaps?

This one is a ghetto loop from auction portal.
Or if you want some serious ghetto then read this thread:
http://www.elektroda.pl/rtvforum/topic1366381-0.html
Ghetto blocks for everything,ghetto mounting just everything.
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This one is a ghetto loop from auction portal.
Or if you want some serious ghetto then read this thread:
http://www.elektroda.pl/rtvforum/topic1366381-0.html
Ghetto blocks for everything,ghetto mounting just everything.


OK, I understand your comment now. biggrin.gif
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best thread ever thumb.gif
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