I would have NO idea how to move my motherboard etc to a new case.
Maybe when I can afford a project, I will do that.
LOL but i understand so if you like go to a plastic shop measure the side of your case panel buy a thin piece of clear plastic then buy a fan with leds and you have it (old style) Darn i am getting old
Depending on your case (Chenming, Coolermaster, Lian-Li, Silverstone, or ThermalTake) they have options under Case Parts-OEM. But if not the window kits are usually the way to go now (many have pre-cut fan holes too). It's easier than cutting the plexi yourself (caused much swearing when it cracked on me). Installing it requires little more than a Dremel, or a Jig-Saw and drill with some time (I'm old school, so I like the Jig-Saw, it has a cleaner cut).
@Box read the previous posts before commenting please.
To move your hardware, or to just get an idea of how, just do search for "Do it yourself" computer building. It's the best way to just learn how build a computer system. You just have to take precautions before you start your build.
Once you build your first system or even just move your existing build to a new case (with power supply) you might become addicted to the ever fun (and sometimes expensive) "hobby" of computer system building.
Hello everyone, I've come to notice all the computers with the clear side panel and and blue LED lights...
It looks REALLY cool, how would I do this?
wow i want to tell the story of my hp way back when
first you dremel the steel door and get a window kit (its so much easier know!)
to intall the window you have install the rubber seal, the window and then the triangle locking piece of rubber to lock the window in the rubber track! its an alls day project! back in the 90's it was rad!
second you remove all the hp drive boxes and cut parts off and add fans
third- you have oc your mobo crystal - o the good all days!