Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by Nitro-Max, Mar 17, 2008.
nice. i keep it.
a temporary solution to my heat troubles... well so long as it doesn't get over 90deg in my room. but it helps a little.
And some modding I did with an accessory for an xbox 360. the connnector didn't quite line up with the one I have. my xbox is the model with the hdmi and the standard connector while this part was designed for the other... so i hacked it open... there are also a couple exhaust fans on it as well.
don't need to buy an expensive xbox cable... i can use standard now.
It sure is! Well, to a certain degree anyways.
Yup, exactly what happened with mine.
odd... it deleted 4 of my pics.. re-uploading
why I had to mod the thing ... the rear I/O didn't line up with the accessory's I/O plugs
the inner workings of the gadget...
all the connection options I can now use...
and a bonus retro pic to go with the ghetto
I probably would try it for laughs but being in the UK it;s 240v
Ghetto mods are so awesome!!
im a private detective. you cant escape me
something will probably catch fire.
just for laughs and blindness take a 5Amp fuse wire jam it into the socket and switch it on.
behold the best camera flash ever
i tried this here at 240 V
don't know if this is ghetto enough,but here's what i recently did to my little dell case
my heatsink was too tall for my m-atx dell case so i cut out the dell logo with some tin snips
i painted on some liquid electrical tape to clean up the looks and avoid getting cut.Then i decided to mount the hdd on the bottom of the case instead of latched to the front
and with that out of the way i drilled holes for an 120mm fan and cut out a hole for it
again i painted on some electrical tape.
Yes that is ghetto lol and I love it
Yes show DELL how to do it and not put there crappy logo on the side and put a big ass fan there.
Sorry for the horrible picture quality but I didn't have anything else but my phone at hand.
Had to add another disk to my storage server and since it's a SATA drive it's the only place I could put it (others are SCSI hotswaps).
It's holding nicely for now
What are you using to hold the drive in with?
Twine lol, didn't think of anything better at that moment
later today i'll put a 200-230mm fan there
That's pretty brave of you. I wouldn't trust my CPU cooling to duct tape, especially when the duct tape is getting heated that much.
Is that high grade electrical tape? Sure looks like duct tape to me.
And I agree, that PIII probably isn't very important to cool, but then, what do you use it for anyway?
i'm guessing a heater
pics or it didn't happen
i've been a little busy building a lego case/pc...will get current pics of it up here in a little bit
that's gonna be an expensive case... legos are pricey these days (well... that's if you build the whole thing out of them)
speaking of legos...
sorry about the poor quality... BB 8310
My brother bought it last year for the heck of it and wanted me to "keep it safe" while he was deployed.
here are the pics...just starting it out,pretty sure i'm all set for lego's as my friend that's helping me has a tub of about 50lb's
man in control room
and how i mounted the mobo
tomorrow we should be actually building it up higher and possibly get to making a top for it.
also we're going for an htpc kinda case not an upright because it's easier to stabilize
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