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Thanks guys, it's amazing what you can do with a modular power supply, a hole saw and a dremel, even in a Dell Dimension 2350 case.
Jawohl! Been saying that for decades. (though back in the day,just desoldered the wires in the psu_& I h8 split looming)

I.R. is getting upset! Ordered more parts Saturday,just some small stuff (fan connector pins,filters and a little more sleeving w/ a U.N. bracket for my ssd) and it has still NOT shipped yet.

Ok...ok. I'll give a little hint of what's to come. Can you say "ssd FLOATING IN MID AIR??? I thought you could,good job!
Edited by j0n3z3y - 4/7/10 at 10:44am
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Alright, some more eye candy...







Can I see a picture of the front of the case? It looks amazing. Def a 10/10 from me.
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Thanks guys, it's amazing what you can do with a modular power supply, a hole saw and a dremel, even in a Dell Dimension 2350 case.
That's quite a sleeper there! And btw, are those battery post terminals as case feet?
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Can I see a picture of the front of the case? It looks amazing. Def a 10/10 from me.


This is the front without the 5.25" bay installed.

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That's quite a sleeper there! And btw, are those battery post terminals as case feet?
Dude, you are awesome, how did you guess that so easily.
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Alright, some more eye candy...








10/10 thats spectacular for a dell case
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For a dell 10/10 and holy that is a huge cooler what are the temps?
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How else could he afford all that at 13, too young for a job
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i hate it when kids parents pay for every thing for them
they just shouldnt do that
Stop assuming that my parents bought the computer for me. I saved up over the years from birthdays, Christmas, shoveling neighbors' driveways in the winter, etc. I just really wanted the experience of building a computer.

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...if he parents bought it for him so what, they are supporting him in something it looks like he might have a natural knack for and should be able to pursue, 5-6 years ago my parents didn't let me build my own system. mainly because of the cost at the time, and they didn't trust me to give me 2 grand to just build my first system and not have any tech support like dell, looking back at one i have done since they wish they would have let me. ended up being able to custom build a dell xps gen 2 that lasted 5 good years gaming.
My parents made a deal with a local computer building/repair shop, to supervise me as I built the computer.


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Some people have a lot of money, who cares what they do with it. The kid has a computer, who cares if he is 13? It's very impressive that he knows how to build it and do decent cable management at that age! I know loads of 13 year olds who are too retarded to even boil a kettle...
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...Edit/ Come on,it does'nt matter where he got the cash nor how old he is. I thought this was supposed to be a thread about cable modding....not critiquing where someone got the money for their systems. No one flames pro modders for getting sponsored w/ free products do they???
Thanks everybody for the comments and recommendations. I'll post some better pics soon.
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Just got a new computer. On a scale of 1-10, how GOOD are my cables. Btw, Im only 13 ( as of a few days ago).
Here are the pics:

Just a quick shot of my setup:

Front:

This thing's so new, I havn't even taken the plastic off yet:

Inside my case:

G19 Keyboard and G9 Mouse:
Wow kudos to you man, I've been building PC for people since I was 14, but not my own until I was 17. Impressive for your age, but for the cable management I have to say 7/10 as it is functional but its visible.

Keep at it.
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For a dell 10/10 and holy that is a huge cooler what are the temps?
When i'm done with it, i'll let you know. It's the same cpu as I have stated in my sig rig, clocked a little lower, different mobo & less ram.
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Still a work in progress. These are some before and after pics, and I am waiting for some parts to come in to finish my wire managment.

Some things I have done are cut a hole at the bottom of the case and flip the psu, and cut the psu a little so all the cables travel out the back of the case.



Here is my outside before.


And this is the inside before.


Here is the new outside after paint.


And the work in progress inside. Update soon


All wires are going back here. Still a little messy, but the cover fits


Now I have to mount this baby, but it does not go in the direction I want to you can see a photo below of my fix...


Here is my fix I just made it up with autodesk inventor and will machine it tomorrow at work.
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