Excellent job on hiding the wires!!! wow..
I like the way the jewel came out, but as mentioned above it would look a lot better if the cut was cleaned up.
I've Never seen a retro case like that before, for a second I thought the back part was going to be a printer as well :jawdrop:
Sweet looking case!! and one awesome job on the side-panel cuts!
Is there any story behind the skeleton head? or is it just fluff -n- stuff
Aye, Rivets look cleaner than screws but are quite a pain to remove. You can get good looking bolts with short necks if you want to go that route...
Hehe, burnt PC's
This is going to be Hot.
Preatorian, that is one HUGE cpu fan !
and I also long the green sleaving.
ouch... that can really tickle!!
I still remember accidently touching the coil on a car... or the spark plug on a lawn mower.. not so fun times!
I love the sleak look you've created with the aluminum!!
Hehe, nice case.
I feel like I'd need a tetnis shot before running anything :D
I LOVE the gloss on that red paint!!! omg, it's beautifull !!
Excellent advice, I made that mistake once...
There are TONS of LCD mod guides here, I'm sure you could easily find one to answer all your questions.
Congrats on the contest!
Looks like tons of fun, is the next one held a year from now?
sounds like one cool case if you can get it to fly! :rock:
I think the easiest and safest would be to just remove the case, and mod away as mentioned by LAGmonkey. I'd love to see the pics of this mod...
Hehe, ya I have to use two hands for more one hand jobs :hehe:
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