September 1st 2007
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- AMD64 1.8g @ 2.4g.
- MODDED abit at8 32x board
- radeon x1900xtx at 702/882.
- sound blaster audigy 2
- 2 hitachi HD' one ide one sata
- dvd rom
- modded purple led fan controller
- abit uguru panel
- custom case leds and led feet
- black light neons
- custom cable sleeved EVERYTHING
- internal psu mods for more power, PCP&C psu
- various fan and heatsink mods, see next section.
where to even begin, some peeple spend HOURS modding cases to make them look outrageous. i spent HOURS modding this case to look as basic and clean as possible. everything is wire sleeves. i meen everything. the internal case cables the cables to the led feet the psu cables, wires for fan headers. also i modded the case to hold 2 80mm fans in the back, blu UV of course. the chipset fan that u can barely see in the pic is a copper chipset sink that i machined out and tapped 3 holes into then used a blue led video card fan modded to 3 wire for rpm senseing and of course sleeved the wires. the copper xp-90c has a 92mm bluled 3500rpm fan on it atached to the fan controller for power but also has split wire that goes to mainboard for fan speed sensing. fan controller is wired to molexes and numbered and fixed to the bottom of the psu. u can sort of see them in the pick. lots of cables hav been hidden. HD cables and stuff like that all route through the back side of the case. this board came with a heatpipe system for the chipset, i ripped it out and put the chipset cooler i built on, mine works lots better. the led feet are custom wired to pull power from a hidden source and turn on and off with the computer, no extra buttons for them or anything. dvd rom and intake fan mesh are custom painted metalic black to match case. also theres to more led fans hidden behind the fan front fan grill that cast a very slight glow thru the front. also severely modded thermaltake video card cooler. 92mm fan installed instead of the squirrel cage. also the window is black plex, so when computers off u cant see in. blends into the case very good.
pictures seriously do not do it justice. and the title, well i run debian linux, but i dont use gnome or kde, i run Black box for my gui. so yes, Black box on a black box.