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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by fox_87, Jun 25, 2014.

  1. fox_87

    fox_87 New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    Silverstone Sugo SG-01
    Gigabyte GA-31M-ESL2
    Intel Dual Core E3400
    Transcend 2GB ddr2
    Radeon 5450 HD
    Samsung 500GB sata
    Pioneer DVR-215D sata
    Be-Quiet E5 650W
    Silverstone alumium cooler with Titan dual fan (weight 1.8kg)


    Mods:
    -cut out windows on side panel
    -sandblasted & powdercoated
    -added stopsol glass with rubber distancers on side panel
    -added mirror on dvd/rw front panel
    -added 1 meter of RGB strip with controller
    -added RJ11 connector on side panel
    -made transparent rgb dvd-rw , rgb power supply fan

    Humble mod with little money and time to spare, but with great will and love for computers.
    Hardware is low level i know, but i don't need better.

    Thanks for the votes

    fox_87
     
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    RGB strip with controller

    Where you get that from? Is it wireless controller?

    cause i found this and i guess its shitty


    LOGISYS Computer LDXRM12C RGB LED Strip and IR Control

    else wise nice job!

    Hello, Where did you get the glass from. And how to cut it?

    I would like to put it in my side pannel.

    Thanks Mark.
     
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  3. fox_87

    fox_87 New Member

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    you can buy it in electric shops , it's not "shitty" , remote control is IR (infrared) like on TV

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    the case looks clean and simple
    i like that
    if you have spare time, maybe just re arrange the cables and it would be better
     
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    ok thanks
     
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    I voted 2/10 because:

    only case nice, rest are garbage
     
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    How do you cut the glass. And how do you mount it? Very nice looking case.
     
  8. fox_87

    fox_87 New Member

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    You are the only one that voted 2
    When you start appreciate build skill , and not hardware that daddy bought you, than you can vote
     

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