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-- Front Intake Monster 1.2!

   The inside metal is a lot harder and thicker. I decided to not put masking tape around this time. Since it was gonna be inside my case, I took my chances and did it freehand going around the pencil mark. It took about 3 cut-off wheels to finish it off. So make sure you buy enough of those things! I drew up lines with a pencil again :

   There are sparks in this picture, but the flash kind of took it out. Make sure you have gloves and goggles on at this point, it hurts to have shooting sparks coming at you:

Tough customer

   This is the result. A very large hole that provides very little air disturbance and noise. Slapped my 120mm fan in there and its ready to go! You can see my feet in the picture. Don't laugh, those slippers are very comfortable.


   One more thing, while I was cutting the hole I noticed that the case speakers had to be moved. So just take a pair of pliers and open up the brackets holding the speakers, and move them somewhere else. I just used plain electrical tape and put them to the side. Very simple.

-- Next: The Rear Exhaust

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