Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by Nitro-Max, Mar 17, 2008.
i use my moms nailpolish.
nice range of colors too.
Oh yeah. That be ghetto. What I really want to see though is the layer upon layer of tape after you've had to go in to make some changes to the hardware. Anybody can tape a fan to their case, but it requires true dedication and persistence to do it over and over again.
edit: unless you use something like a endoscope to replace parts. Then I will be truly impressed - just by the shear, mind-bending contrast of using a $20k instrument to perform surgery on ghetto rigged PC.
Or you could use 2 belts to cut down on the tape consumption :S
someone tried to break into my car so i removed my subs and amps (Rockford T1's on bottom powered by Hifonics Brutus 1700.1d, Hifonics 680w rms something on the lighitning audio on top)
the LA sub wasn't in my car with the T1s the 680w hifonics was powering my back RF 6x9s
it belongs in here because i used a 700w Silverstone PSU and 4 4ohm 20w resisters and a power cell to power both of the amps
belt would make it kinda expensive
but you might already have some around, plus by using the PC you will put on weight
use your old case
before you trash your old case you could try this
Now that is sheer awesome. At a loss of words right now.
What are you using in there? A couple of Fermi's?
Kidding, just kidding.
Now that's a HOT ghetto mod
Looking nice. I have a sata drive for sale if you need it. I have a sata laptop drive also if you need a smaller one.
scrapped project because i've been busy
With all that airflow capability, it's letting the heat escape!
It's going to take a while until those are done.
WOW, and I was thinking of buying a grill. Maybe I won't need to after all.
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i just moved my wired speaker control to make my desk little bit clean off from so many cables
i cut the box and roll the wires in that so i just use my computer to adjust the volume
The chassis is a P182 from Antec. The cooler is a Thermalright IFX-14. The only problem was it didn't ship with 140mm mounting clips to hold the fans, so I simply used self-locking tie-wraps. It cooled well enough though.
edit/ Found a better photo of the thing
maybe its better if you place foam between the fan and the heatsink so it would help the zipties hold the fan better
but its ghetto anyway
I don't have that computer anymore.
got an old AMD K7(not sure) HSF.
Its going to be my chipset cooler.
So i remove the fan.
mark out the dimensions of my stock chipset sink on a paper and superimpose that to the K7 heatsink.
i cut out 6mm wide 1mm thick aluminium cut it into equal lengths.
then i bent the strips into L's and epoxied it into calculated positions on the K7 HSF.
waited a day for it to dry before applying final epoxy touches.
then i layed a thin layer of epoxy on the aluminium strips to make them non conductive and paintable.
now i have to remove my stock sink, mark the holes on the aluminium strips with respect to the desing. leet stuff
I though you already had done that...
yes. that was ghetto'er with rubber bands
unfortunately it fell of like a dead fly a week back. LOL
this time im measuring it out. very scientific.
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