I'm all for recycling, so nice job I've got a couple of cases lying around that I've been meaning to do something similar with (for about 2 years now ), if only I had the time.
Thank you, this was when I didn't have much work, so I just went on ahead and decided that I wanted to use a better looking case since the other one is real fugly.
I've got a couple AT style cases here, and I turned one into an ATX, LOL. The other 2, lesse, ones a seti cruncher and the other I'm going to make into a Linux box once I get a few more parts together.
Good job though, it's hard to use a box that's not meant for one form factor to use it anyhow. Those old K6-2's rock, one of my Seti crunchers is a salvaged K6-2 380 out of an old compaq ( just the proc, ram and HDD, the rest went bye bye )
that is cool can you do that to a dell case, i am guessing it is not reccomanded for the average user
I once installed an ATX board in an AT case back when I didn't know there WAS AT and ATX. It wouldn't fit the proper way, but I wanted to compute with the new board. Ended up mounting it on the reverse side of the mobo panel, so the classic athlon on it was sticking all out and sweet looking.
Ok not really a mod, but it was sweet looking I tell you!
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