The first mod I did I was ad because I didn't have all the tools. what I did was I took my PSU which has a single 120MM fan and I turned it upside down and cut a large hole in the top of the case so the PSU gets air from outside as opposed to air from inside, I took the idea from the way the Zalman HTPC cases are see here.
But theirs looks better then mine.
The part that made me mad was the largest hole saw I had was 76MM and I needed 120 so I used one of those drill bits that cuts sideways to finish it but it's not as round as I would have liked. and to mount the PSU since the screw holes on the case and the unit were off I just screwed the screws into the honeycomb grate on the back which works out nice.
The second mod I did was to put a window on the top of a CD-ROM drive and put some LED's in there. I got help from this. http://www.overclockersclub.co...es/dvdwindowledmod.php
heres what it looks like when i finished
It's really blurry but you get the picture. I would have made the cuts smoother but I was running out of the cutting wheel things. I used like 10 of them just to cut that square thing. The LEDs that are in there came off a 80MM fan all I did was cut the ribbon thing and then line the back of the ROM with it and it already had a molex connector on it so I ran the wires down the side taped them to the bottom and wraped the drive in seran wrap nice and tight. Now what I am going to do is to make a window on top of my case so you can see the CD-ROM but thats probably going to happen next week.
While I had everything out of the case while cutting i figured I would hide all my wires from the airflow
it's not perfect but I think I did a good job.
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