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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-21-2014, 07:08 PM - Thread Starter
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Okay, here it is now, fully done and ready to show. I hope you guys love it as much as I do...
Please give me your comments and questions below, and cheers
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post #12 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-21-2014, 10:59 PM
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Very nice, i love SFF case mods . Great work thumb.gif

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Looks great SG! I like the psu cover. I probably would have left the button black and opted for a black sata cable, but the splash of color looks nice too. Consider painting your machine screws (holding the front panel) black. You did a great job with your mod +rep

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Looks a very clean build, nice lighting in the final photos smile.gif

Good use of chunky mesh for covering the PSU. Too many people using the same old mesh with 1/8" holes, so it's refreshing to see something a little different thumb.gif


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Looks a very clean build, nice lighting in the final photos smile.gif

Good use of chunky mesh for covering the PSU. Too many people using the same old mesh with 1/8" holes, so it's refreshing to see something a little different thumb.gif

Thanks, I was going to go with 1/8th in perf. metal, but this larger size worked for me. I also couldnt find anything cheap. and readily available either. This grill topper from Home Depot was perfect for what I wanted.
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Sweet jibbly jibblets, I want a visit from the Hadron Fairy! That looks amazing!


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Sweet jibbly jibblets, I want a visit from the Hadron Fairy! That looks amazing!

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Okay, here it is now, fully done and ready to show. I hope you guys love it as much as I do...
Please give me your comments and questions below, and cheers
thumb.gif

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I actually went and redid all the shots after getting my hands on a Canon Rebel. I created a little photobooth in my bathroom, which had perfect lighting and allowed get some great shots.
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I gotta tell you, it's not like you completely reworked the entire case... but those modest changes that you made, you did exceptionally well. They really added to the beauty of that case. Very well done. Especially fond of the grill repurposing.
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I gotta tell you, it's not like you completely reworked the entire case... but those modest changes that you made, you did exceptionally well. They really added to the beauty of that case. Very well done. Especially fond of the grill repurposing.

Thanks a lot! I'd say all the mods were quite modest, what with my bare bones budget of $100 or so. I was looking at all the Hadron mods here on OC.net, and I noticed no one has ever bothered to cover the PSU. If it hadn't been for that fact, I'd would never have done the build log.
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Very nice build. Everything falls in the right place. I like your front with the dual fan, very aggressive look and feel. Congrats. thumb.gif
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