SuB schrijft dat ze bij the Techzone creatief bezig zijn geweest met een flink stapeltje fans een een weerloze kast. Ze hebben een ATX full tower kast onderhanden genomen en er 4 blowholes in geboord, 2 extra fans in de kast geplakt en als laatste hebben nog een hardeschijfkoelertje toegevoegd. Deze ombouwing leverde een goed resultaat op: de kast temperatuur was maar 1 graad hoger dan de kamertemperatuur :
This is a project that I've wanted to do for a LONG time... I've even gotten a few requests from readers for something like this. So, I had to finally put everything else on hold and dedicate a weekend for it. I really appreciate Chris and Christi from Nerdsbyte and Todd from PartsBucket for hooking me up with the hardware for this project. They really thought it would be cool for someone to do a "play-by-play" on case cooling and they thought I was the guy to do it. In my not-so-humble opinion I think you should patronize their sites... I'm sure you can find something you need or maybe everything you need.
Moving on again... Now, this project is going to include the most common do-it-yourself blowhole case mods I've seen with one exception... I've rolled it up in one nice package. None of these mods are dependent of each other. So... If you only want to do side panel blowholes. Be my guest! Or if you want to take on the entire project... Feel free to do that, also!
[...] As I've alluded to before... None of the procedures used are cut in stone. But the methods I used worked for me without hosing anything up... Again, you can use any part of this guide to fit your situation... Sure, if you do the math this can be a bit expensive if you made all the modifications I did. Adapt where you need to in order to make it work for your specific situation. Use smaller fans, fans that don't perform as well, or whatever you think is best for you. I really hope this has been a helpful tool and if you have any other suggestions for future articles of this nature... Please feel free to drop me a line. Again, I'd like to thank the guys at Nerdsbyte and Partsbucket for making this possible! Enjoy!