I think that's what I'll do for the power board. It doesn't look too hard. As far as the RAM slots go, could the two front ones be removed? It seems to me that that would solve the problem, and I'm sure it's doable. It's just a matter of how doable. If I have to, I can get a slot-loading drive and mount it above where the normal optical is, like in one of the mods I saw, I forget which one.
I've pretty much decided to do everything black. "No colors anymore: I want them to turn black." The Apples, however, could be done in a different color, maybe blue or red. But how can I remove them from the sides? As far as the front Apple goes, It's either being replaced by a fan or an optical drive, so...
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Removing the ram sockets might be harder than you think. Desoldering would be the way to go on that one, or you could just shave the one side of them down so that the door would be able to close.*Reference pic* You can mount the CD rom higher, but that would require some mods that should be easy to do. Here are pics of what someone did to acomadate the lack of CD rom room, and they made it look flashy too.CD rom reference**Slot load reference*
If you want, go with the blow dryer idea, as for mine, i did it the hard way. Pry them off hopeing they don't break. Enclosed is a pic of the inside side panel. There are 2 small holes that i used to put a small poke instrument in to push off the logo's. One in the leaf and one in the upper portion of the apple. Side panel reference
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