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[Case Gallery] 939 and lovin it

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by i_am_mustang_man, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. i_am_mustang_man New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    AMD Athlon 64 4000+ At 2.7GHz (going to change soon, ie upwards in speed)
    Jetway 939-GT4 SLI (best budget 939 board ever)
    2 GB PC4000 Ballistix Ram @ 225 Mhz (also temporary)
    Nvidia 7900GTO
    Ultra 600W PSU (Free AR)
    LG DVD+-RW
    1*80GB IDE HDD (OS)
    1*120GB IDE HDD (Shizit)
    1*250GB SATA HDD (Shizit Numero two)
    Lights and fans

    Mods:
    Not much, but as best cable routing as possible considering I have for power connections:

    2 IDE HDDs
    1 IDE Optical
    1 SATA Drive
    3 Fans connected to front dashboard controller
    2 Cold Cathode Ray Tubes

    and extra shit from my PSU
    but man I love Flex Force

    This is my computer, I swapped out the X2 4200+ for the AMD64 4000+ for gaming and OCing
    Also swapped out Antec 500W modular or whatever cuz I like flex force cables
     
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    It's flex force cable mayhem!! As a current 939 user myself, love it!
     
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    :O you copied my 80mm fan on top of the hd's! needs some cable management...
     
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    I wish I had that PSU... makes it possible to route 24 pin under mobo wtithout a dremel...
     
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    the fan used to be in the 5 1/4" drive bays, but it fit perfectly there, so whatever!

    also, the cables are as managed as possible without snipping or swapping everything to SATA (although i could bundle the top nest bundle i guess, but i dont' want it in front of the psu intake at all!)


    and to all, thanks for the comments and ratings!
     

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