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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by OC'd2theM@X, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. OC'd2theM@X New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    PC Hardware
    Case: Noblesse 308 Small Server
    Power Supply: Antec True Control 550
    CPU: Athlon XP 2500+ OC'D 3200+ 2200MHz
    CPU Heatsink/fan: Thermalrite 7Cu+ / Aerocool TMD 80mm fan
    M/B: MSI K7N2D
    Mem: Kingston CAS 2.5 3 3 8 Timings DDR3200 Dual Channel Memory Kit
    Video: Sapphire ATI Radeon X800Pro OC'D 570/574
    Artic Cooler Silencer 4
    Sound: Sound Blaster Audigy 2
    Harddrive: Maxtor 200GB 7200rpm 8meg Cache
    DVD/RW: Sony DW-U18A
    DVD/CD-ROM: Lite-On 16X jlms xj-hd 166s
    NIC: NVIDIA nForce MCP Network Controller
    Belkin Internal 4 port USB 2.0 Hub
    Floppy: Mitsumi 1.44 Floppy
    Modem: US Robotics Hardware Modem PCI V.92

    Mods:
    MOD PARTS
    Artic Silver 5 goo ( a must for overclocking :)! )
    Installed Thumbscrews blue,red,green,gold,silver To install MOBO, Cards and Drives
    2 Cameleon 80mm 1 front 1 rear
    2 Antec Tri-color 80mm 1 front 1 rear
    1 pctoys red meteor led rod
    1 Thunderstick blue
    Thermaltake active memory cooler kit Orange Fan then Blue heatsinks
    Insatlled Thermaltake Hardcano 12 Fan controller to controll four system fans and also monitors temp of memory, case, cpu and hard drive
    2 green neon lights one vertical next to motherboard and one mounted on panel with AMD symbol
    Custom cut port holes on side and one on top with fangrills
    Custom cut AMD symbol on other panel
    Split loom tubing blue,green,yellow,red for 90%of wires
    Wire Ties blue,green,yellow,red used to attach tubing and Thunderstick

    This is my first case mod. The theme is much color on inside while keeping with the black and blue on the outside. I customized just about everything I could with requiring a machine shop. I like the case and I still wish it was made. I also hacked the start button and renamed the recycle bin. The logon and boot screens are custom as well as the background. I am working on my next project now with uv blue and green lighting. I like the reflective stuff on the front. I did the port hole thing to be a little different than one big window and make it kinda like looking throught the looking glass idea.

    OC'd2theM@X
    Keep on OC'ing

    PS I am on the forums
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    wtf8269 New Member

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    You know the AMD sign needs to be turned 180º to the right, correct?
  3. zAAm

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    LOL! Yes, it should be like this "-7". But you probably did it to show useful space in your case with the bigger part of the logo eh? Otherwise the drives and PSU would be shown in all their glory and the rest would have to settle for a small diagonal window? ;)
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    lol not but but that inside is a total mess!
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    AMD Symbol

    You know you are the first one to catch that small fact but I like it that way to see the drives and stuff so it was a useful accident lol
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    Yeah, atleast you cut it out well though. Knowing myself I would have messed it up somehow.

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