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lilkev715
By: lilkev715 Rating: 8 (4 votes)
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Cost: Too Much
Last updated: 01/10/2007
   
Info: Here is my case. I have done a few more mods since my last case post. Please leave some feedback after viewing the pics.

Specs:
Lian-Li PC-65 with pre-mod window
Soyo KT400 Ultra Platinum Ed. Mobo
AMD Athlon XP 2600+
Vantec Aeroflow Heatsink
Zalman Passive Northbridge Heatsink
512mb Corsair XMS PC3200(DDR 400) Cas 2 Ram
ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon 8500DV 64mb (waiting for Doom III to upgrade)
WD 120gb HD with 8mb buffer
Sony 16X DVD-ROM and Yamaha CRW-F1
Antec 480 watt True PowerPower Supply with UV reactive sleeving
Sunbeam Rheobus
6 quad-blue LED fans
4 UV cold cathodes
2 blue cold cathodes
Round UV reactive floppy/IDE cables
And lots of wire tucking/hiding
Comments: (5)
Non-OEM Computer v2.0
Non-OEM Computer v2.0
Side view with dragon applique
Side view with dragon applique
Window off. Also notice the extra 92mm intake fan on the bottom behind the hard drive.
Window off. Also notice the extra 92mm intake fan on the bottom behind the hard drive.
Showin off the UV stuff. The power supply sleeving is really not reactive too much.
Showin off the UV stuff. The power supply sleeving is really not reactive too much.
Front of the case
Front of the case
Custom 3.5" stealth drive bays and custom power switch(I haven't got the switch to light up yet)
Custom 3.5" stealth drive bays and custom power switch(I haven't got the switch to light up yet)
Johnny™ commented on 2003-07-02 22:00:00 that:
I have the same case. i believe you squeezed all those fans in there! sweet job and very tidy!! well done

lilkev715 commented on 2003-06-14 22:00:00 that:
Thanks for the comments.

The stealth 3.5" drive bay mod was done with spare drive bay covers. I just simply snapped the sides off by bending them. A little metal filling was needed as well. The small hinges were bought from home depot for like a buck or two. I used some 3M tape to attach the hinges. A very inexpensive mod that looks nice.

The extra 92mm intake fan has dropped my case temps about 3-4 degrees celcius depending on ambient temp. I also attribute the temp drop to the extra fan that I added on the mobo tray. All of this info is based on the fans running at full speed. The extra intake fan has enough room to suck in air from beneath the case.

JServers commented on 2003-06-14 22:00:00 that:
Very nice mod. Nice to see someone else with that soyo mobo. Really nice mods. Especially those 3.5 drives. Nice . nice. Besides that everything looks very well done. Good job!

TheBeast779 commented on 2003-06-13 22:00:00 that:
Nice I like the way it looks!
1 question how did u make the stealthed 3.5 drives? If theres a guide you found please share. :) looks sweet!!

Trev commented on 2003-06-13 22:00:00 that:
Very nice 3.5 bay stealth mod also like the idea of the 92mm fan on the case floor, I had this idea myself a while back but was unsure about it has it made much difference to the temps?


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