Originally Posted by Jflisk
The holes look good what are you using them for. I might have missed something in the thread. Thanks
I've cut out the rear and bottom grills as they block airflow a lot.
It's a new case so getting it done before installing things in it.
Snipped the grills off with wire cutters, it's often enough but I got EVGA G2 PSU and needed kind of a bigger hole for the PSU fan on bottom so I cut it out with tin snips.
Then taped and covered the case to not get so much dust in it and used a dremel to cut the rest as you see at the end. Rear 120 mounts that I don't need, the bent tabs that were left on the rear exhaust, some tabs on the bottom to make it more straight and clean.
Filed and painted the cut edge.
Pics in gallery and a few previous posts.
DrockinWV: Thanks I will have to look around for options so it's good to hear what others used.
Got me an idea of cutting a piece of a black rubber mat we have in the garage. It should be thick enough and easier to work with than cutting wood and such, hate that, have hard wood here, pain to cut it and work with.
I've looked for sorbo but is crazy expensive and not really needed. Almost anything will do.