Hey, I was just wondering what you have all done to your PC's in the way of lights and light mods. I have a Thermaltake blue LED HSF, 2 Thermaltake blue light LED HS's, a pair of 2 12" bright ass cathode's, a blue 80mm LED fan and a Blue PSU. hmmmm could he like blue? I was just wondering what have you all done to mod your cases and what not. Thanks
Well Im Running An XOXIDE Acrylic Case With Blue LED 80mm FANs And A Blue Lighted 450Watt Modualr Pre-Sleeved Power Supply, But I Plan On Doing More.... Want Some PICS Just Ask Me And Gimme Your E-Mail......Hmmmmm, Coul I Like Blue Also?
I spray painted the inside of my Lian Li case (can't remember the model no) black, and took out the harddrive caddy to make room for my internal watercooling setup. Oh, and I don't run it with the window panel.
first sorry for the very big picture but here was the 110v fan i was using that thing on the back was the industrial fuse , cause in uk we have a 240v main supply and it ran at 110v. this was in my old 2100+, 5900xt machine.
I Plan On Upgrading To The 2.2GHz Dual-Core Opteron Soon Along With This Liquid Cooling Kit..... http://www.xoxide.com/thermaltake-tide-water-cl-w0052.h... And Im Gonna Modify It With A CPU Water-Block And Some Clear Tubing (Will Look Great In My Acrylic Case w/Blue LED Fans) I Plan On Using It To Overclock The CPU (Opteron) Not The GPU Thats Why Im Modifying It, Im Gonna Use The Kit Blue-Dyed Mineral Oil Possibly. And Custom Cut Fan Grills Of My Own Unique Design (I Im Also Gonna Look For A Way To Use A LED Or Something To Make The "Special" Coolant Glow. Any Ideas?) And I Need A Water Block Reccomended To Me. Any Suggestions?
You'd get much better airflow if you cut out the grill at the back and replace it with a proper grill.
I had to use fly mesh as my grill since there aren't any 150mm ones.
yeah i know i never go round to doing that, was gonna take one of thoses disk cutting tool things to it(the ones that you put a bolt through and tighten till both sides meet, they do perfect round holes, forgot there name lol).
i pushed it back against the wall to get a good photo.
looks good flakes :wink: i like it.
As mentioned above ,you are reducing its effect by not creating a proper grill to allow it exhaust the air, left like this some of the air ould be hitting the restrictive space and bouncing back tus crateing turbulence and this can defeat thm which you are trying to achive by disrupting the flow pattern. try to make a proper grill as soon as possible.
I like you ideas.
where is your own pic :?: :?: post it ASAP coz the pic request was actually ment for you.