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    were do you put your feet?

    you could make a new piece for the pull out kb tray right side~
    then mod the removed right side support so it mounts near the right edge of the desk.

    that way you could still put the tower under the desk ~ but it will be on the left side of the right side support (and give you more foot room!)

    LMAO! (its a private joke ~ i modded my desk for more footroom)

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    Hehe...I remember...

    I'm okay for footroom now as I have my sub in a different place.

    That's a good idea except for one problem...the top of the case is exactly equal in height to the top of the desk....

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    remove the wheels on the case?
    put floor pads on the bottom of the desk supports? (to raise it slightly)

    does the top right side of the desk roll away along with that side unit?
    if it does my idea wouldnt work

    i was thinking its an overhang and the rollaway it just sitting under it.

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    No, it's a totally seperate unit, top included....

    No worries...I'll figure something out...I don't really mind a case on my desk anyway, tho it's a tad noisier up there. Need to swap out the video card fan....

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    I prefer to think of my whole desk as a Mod.
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    Hey is that a beer I see on the right hand side..LOL

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    that's a part of the MOD...lmao


    too slow compare to all the guys here...lol





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    Here's my old set-up. (being retired to the corner as a server)
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    hehe~ black automotive loom? welcome to the club, me too :-)

    thats a very nice case you made there.
    gotta love that HD rack

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    Default here's Mikki's next case ;)










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    Heres my stuff.. just got it done


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    this is not a case mod but a chipset cooler mod
    first i attached a zalman fin(because it looked cool) but did no more than the stock cooler
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    another angle
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    ps - there is NOTHING like a dedicated duct to cool your stuff down

    cut an intel stock cooler in half, and high polished that surface(like i do all my contact points)
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    and this concoction works great... dropped the chipset temp by a few!
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