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CM690 F430 Mod ... lots of pics

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Zslap, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. Zslap New Member

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    Hello everyone.
    I've been reading the forum from some time now and i thought i should post my project here, since i've done it in 2 other forums.

    Each year on the summer brake i want to do something new with my pc. 2 years ago i brought a hole new system and last year i painted the case and made a nice air cooling setup. This year sadly i'm out of money, so i thought what would be a cheap way to "refresh" the look of my cm690 case....

    here's where my inspiration came from

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    this are some photos of my system before i started to take the case appart

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    with the help of my supervisor i started to take the case appart

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    one of my usb slots broke ...so i stole one from my sisters comp and soldered onto the board

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    those are the power and reset buttons i will be using, i still don't know where i will install them on the case but i will sure cover the holes of the old ones.

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    mesh sanded

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    first color

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    all prepared for second color

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    and finally for today ...the black coat

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    1Kurgan1 The Knife in your Back

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    Looks good, should look good once u pull off the stripe masking.
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