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    ...i'm so bored i did some more shopping...

    ..this is for the mobo psu connector and the p4 aux.. should hide em fairly well... 3 ft to be sure i can screw it up



    ..and this is for the normal cables, which will bring power to the hdd, floppy and dvd.. 10ft should suffice..

    ..i now need some heatshrink and a nice boring advanced maths course to get my mind going

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    well, another mod completed.. i have pics too... i replaced fan cables with the nice copperish clear speaker cable, soldered the 3,5 mm jacks, had no heatshrink unfortunatelly... ah, i learned how to solder and it feels do soo good.. if it weren't for my finger tips... which now have aquaired blisters )

    i also sleeved the psu with split wire loom, ditched the floopy connectors and the floppy itself.. deactivated everything 'old' on the mobo...

    a hole was cut in the front by a friend during my electrical tinkering.. and now ... i have a 12cm aluminum fan blowing air inside...

    i moved the harddrive cage up a notch and cut sone metal to allow more airflow...

    aah... no pics cause i dropped my ******* hdd on the floor and now i have to buy another... it makes funny banging noises.. bet the read head is busted.. or missaligned.. if anyone knows a cheap way to get my data back, pls do tell.. but a DIY way would be perfect.. i have tons of pictures and souurce code i need back...

    pics will come soon, i have cash and i will not stay too long without a hdd...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgrmkr
    aah... no pics cause i dropped my ******* hdd on the floor and now i have to buy another... it makes funny banging noises..
    I remember when that was the recommended procedure for fixing Seagate drives. HAHAHA

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    i forgot..first i dropped it on my friend <heck>, then it hit the floor.. man, his back is still soar, but not as much as my wallet will be on monday :p

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    ...today was monday..i bought a western digital 200 gig hdd, and it left me almost broke for the coming 3 weeks.. so, everything's peachy right now i'll post pics in a couple of minutes

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    time 4 the pics:
    (still sorry for the crappy quality, but i'm on a budget..)


    this is my work area.. i live here.. everything was dismantled for the modding process..


    this is the (old)hdd... fans showing


    this is the new nice chromy connection...and the speaker wire..clear sillicon..


    my soon-i-hope-to-replace 5200fx with my mods... and the new connection.


    just a bunch of connectors, for 6 fans


    my 6 channel fan controller, 1 switch and 1 3pin header for fun


    ..this is the connector for the power input one molex 4 all...


    this is the new fan intake.. 120mm vs the old 80mm


    and this is how it looks now (ignore the tape..it's not completed yet..painting still to come ) much more space for air to move...still going to stealth more things


    the connectors..close-up


    the front fan


    the inner 120mm fan, hidden behind the bays...


    ..the (new)cables after cutting them.. mmm.. looks like food


    a nice overclock..not stable yet.. didn't increase the voltage.. i'll get to it..


    ..this is how it looks now(5min ago)..


    this is what annoys me.. couldn't find any heatshrink.. i used tape.. 4 box packaging.. will change it as soon as i find heatshrink(preferably white)


    ..today i bought this..it sucks, but i get very cheap.. i just need the plastic part


    must fit that into this mess... the other one is not 4 my case...

    more to come soon...

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    So far so good. Keep it up.

    And nice blanket. :p

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    very nice cable management. Looking forward to what you cook up

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    ok..thank u rankenphile .. i couldn't sleep last night.. why? because of the reason why my cpu went up to 63 degrees centigrade.. it hit me.. i couldn't sleep cause it was dang hot.. 32 degrees ambient.. my my.. that's hot.. need to redo the tube thingy, but in a more legant way.. this is only temporary.. seeing how i manage to cope with expenses this month, next year i could buy something that was more or less a dream till now.. a watercooling kit.. unfortunatelly, the only available one in my range of prices is the big water from Tt... if i do buy that one, i will defenetly add my own rad to the loop, change the hoses and the pump...eventually..till then, more tweaking.. less bucks spent.. now i got to go to college.. then i'll sleep some more.. bye

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    ...no money, some left over tools... and matrerials..

    So, i'm remodelling my "face"...


    ..i sanded almost all the red paint and got very rugged texture to put the bondo over.. i still have to sand some parts.. but i'm not sure.. it's very uniform and it looks bondo-able over.. i'm nt sure... if i mess it up, i'll redo it..

    now i'll wait a few hours (it looks hard, but i have to sleep, got calsses in the morning) and then sand and add another layer of material, till i get a smooth curve instead of the broken rectangle pattern i had before..

    as seen in the picture, i'm losing the front leds and the restart button.. i dont use it much, so heck with it and i'm thinking of filling the floppy area.. plus, i'll add 2 bay covers to the contraption.. tomorrow(friday).. after i'm happy with some shapes..

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