Ive been busy lately, working on three mods. Ive sold my G5 PM, my G4 DA and am building some new stuff as I wait for the Mactel PMs. In the next few weeks I will post my MDD mod photos. I wanted a quality look that was simple with no windows or lights etc....imagine that! This latest mod has the following: CoolerMaster case Panaflo case fans G4 600 1GB Memory Ati 9200 Acard ata133 Firmtek Sata USB 2.0 LG DVD rom (new burner is on the way) Temp and fan control lcd (behind swing down bezel Thermaltake 430w psu Aspire cpu heatsink/fan Seagate 120GB HD Maxtor 160GB HD 2x Hitachi 80 in Raid O
I have a new fan control coming and I will update photos when I get it in.
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Here is an update on my mod (it has no name as of yet, any ideas?). I got some carbon, and made front bay block offs. I also added some to the inside, but a photo of that will have to wait until Monday when the fan control and cpu controller are installed as they will come in yet this week.
Heres a quick update to the mod, its almost done. I finished the fan control and took an interior pic. The new setup for the front fans will be here soon as the grills were temporary. Ill post the finished mod this week some time.
I should be getting the case and most of the parts for the new mdd mod tomorrow, as I have it torn down and ready to go.
Here is the finished mod. It needs a name....maybe ode to carbon...i dont know. Anyway, the fans came in today (late) and I finished up the front. These Arctic cooling fans are soooo quiet, even quieter than my venerable Panaflos. All of the fans-rear, cpu, and front duals are turned all the way up on the controls and its very quiet. Still not as quiet as a G5 PM. The one fan that is turned low is a med speed Panaflo, as it has aquired a buzzing sound.
These pics are of the outside of the case. I will post interior pics later.
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