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   After doing all that drilling and cutting, make sure you wipe clean all the aluminum particles that went into the box.  I usually take a dust vac and suck out all the particles first then wipe it down with a damp towel.  That does the trick most of the time.

   There we have it, our second part of the guide is complete.  We put in a blowhole and a Liquid Neon Tube.  This should definitely turn some heads at the local LAN gathering!

   Our next step, Part 3, our last part which should be good will include connecting all the wires together and putting a bay bus into the mix.  All in one control center up front to keep this system cool and complete!

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