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Do you have any more pictures of it? A build thread prehaps?
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neDav, that looks awesome. Black/white looks sick, thanks for the reassurance.

I'm thinking I might follow the Asus P67 recommendations and go for a blue scheme...
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Do you have any more pictures of it? A build thread prehaps?
No, sorry I don't, was half way in before I remembered to do one.

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neDav, that looks awesome. Black/white looks sick, thanks for the reassurance.
Thanks, and you're welcome.
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neDav, that looks awesome. Black/white looks sick, thanks for the reassurance.

I'm thinking I might follow the Asus P67 recommendations and go for a blue scheme...
Go for the blue scheme then dude, were all behind you on this build!
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Why didn't I ever think about modding a dell case?! I just threw mine out. I wished I kept it for modding practice. Subbed!
    
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Why didn't I ever think about modding a dell case?! I just threw mine out. I wished I kept it for modding practice. Subbed!
It's hard to know what's worth modding and what is worthless. Somehow I realized there was some potential in the family Dell's case, and the rest is history.

Regarding this particular case itself, I decided to go ahead and cut the front 120mm hole out. I also stole an idea from Voigts, which involves using J-B Weld to fasten nuts to the case. This way I'll be able to use regular 6-32 screws to mount the back side panel. ...assuming it ends up functional, of course...
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Looking good so far.

How much room do you have between the motherboard tray and the right side panel?
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Looks awesome. I can see the potential now. I am very interested to see how this comes out. I have 2 Dimension-something cases laying around somewhere.

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ah man! you've got me itching to mod! but i don't want to ruin my beautiful 700d, and i don't have the tools.... hmm, this mod looks sweet, you going to be putting in a h70 or alike?
    
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Everytimei keep getting notifications from this thread i keep hoping t-ramps updated
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