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  1. I took the power tools to the Cubitek Magic Cube in this tutorial video. The mods for this Cubitek project included: Large side panel window [Made from 12x24 Acrylic Window http://www.mnpctech.com/acrylic_colored_sheets_casemod_windows1.html] Custom front grill [using Honeycomb Modders Mesh http://www.mnpctech.com/moddersmesh.html] Digital thermal monitor [Available from MNPCTech] MNPCTech Billet case handles & feet [http://www.mnpctech.com/MnpctechBillethandleGrooved.html, http://www.mnpctech.com/ITX_MATX_Computer_Case_Feet.html] Window Applique [http://www.mnpctech.com/PC_Window_Applique_Sticker.html] Custom PSU shroud [Again crafted from a 12x24 Smoked Black Acrylic window sheet]
  2. My take on a PSU Shroud for Bitfenix Prodigy to house bigger PSU´s than 160mm long ones.Just adjust the depth to fit your need for PSU, dont forget to increase the cutout also for the sidepanel. Some measurements, this is for a 180mm PSU, gives me roughly 40mm for cable management and still can use the 2,5" cages in the sidepanel.This is just my design, make the changes you need to fit your project!Make whatever holes you may need, where you need it for cable routing. Remember, its impossible to have solid side walls on the shroud due to panels inside the case to hold the side panels. Just keep the 41,5mm height atleast in the front and check if your design will fit the case. Whats not shown here is some small L-brackets to rivet the shroud into standard holes. You may need to drill some holes in the floor depending on the size you make.Use the original shroud, turn it upside down on your new one to mark the holes for your motherboard, use standard spacers. Or use the ITX PDF found at formfactors.org to drill your holes.Its still possible to use the front of the shroud to house 2x2,5" drives, use the old shroud as a guide or make your own placement. In my shroud i used 2mm thick acrylic. Sorry for the English, the pictures will talk better :) The Shroud itself From the right From the left
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