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Suggest computer modding websites

anirbandd

Conversation Architect
a little self service on google will be appreciated.

you can try Instructables. it has mods on all things man made. almost all.

and it would have been useful to post which part you are modding.
 

Myth

Cyborg Agent
a little self service on google will be appreciated.

and it would have been useful to post which part you are modding.

+1.

A lot of things can be modded. And a lot of sites have something or the other related to modding.
If you browse through this forum, you might even get to see the pics (+ info) of modded cabinets among other things.

Try bitfenix for some modding accessories.
 

doomgiver

Warframe
Nothing in India.

hahhaaha!!
well said.

just google it, OP, have a bit of imagination.

what you can expect to find :
1. instructions that dont make sense
2. mods which are not suitable for indians
3. mods which look good on paper, but suck irl
4. free advice

what you wont find :
1. proper step by step procedures
2. blueprints of plans
3. good advice
 
hahhaaha!!
well said.

just google it, OP, have a bit of imagination.

what you can expect to find :
1. instructions that dont make sense
2. mods which are not suitable for indians
3. mods which look good on paper, but suck irl
4. free advice

what you wont find :
1. proper step by step procedures
2. blueprints of plans
3. good advice
hahahahhha correct man !!!
 

anirbandd

Conversation Architect
Nothing in India.

hahhaaha!!
well said.

just google it, OP, have a bit of imagination.

what you can expect to find :
1. instructions that dont make sense
2. mods which are not suitable for indians
3. mods which look good on paper, but suck irl
4. free advice

what you wont find :
1. proper step by step procedures
2. blueprints of plans
3. good advice

lol..

@OP: stick with waht your brain says and go your way on modding.. most of the instructions on foreign sites will need lathes, dremel tools, gas cutters bla bla bla...
 
OP
harshilsharma63

harshilsharma63

DIY FTW!
stick with waht your brain says and go your way on modding.. most of the instructions on foreign sites will need lathes, dremel tools, gas cutters bla bla bla...

I truely believe those tools aren't a necessity, when you get an idea from such sites and IF you have a good imaginative power you can make your way around with virtually any tool. Of course you definitally need a drill to make hole in plexiglass.
 

anirbandd

Conversation Architect
I truely believe those tools aren't a necessity, when you get an idea from such sites and IF you have a good imaginative power you can make your way around with virtually any tool. Of course you definitally need a drill to make hole in plexiglass.

i second that.
but tell me how you will do precision jobs on sheet metal without and metal working tools and a basic knowledge in metal working?

and have you tried cutting plexiglass with common hacksaws??
 
OP
harshilsharma63

harshilsharma63

DIY FTW!
have you tried cutting plexiglass with common hacksaws??

No I haven't, but if you encounter a situation where you require a precision job on a piece of plexiglass, you can think of alternatives (as in material or method). And I say again, there ARE some cases where there's no alternative if you want the job to be neat.
 

anirbandd

Conversation Architect
and what will be your substitute to plexiglass?

if say i want to make some mounting holes on the cabinet sheet metal sides. the mounting screws WILL need precision drilling with the exact drill bits. and i'm not even talking about the air intake holes...
 

Nerevarine

Incarnate
Modding is not worth it unless you have large amounts of cash to burn and/or have the skill.. If we are talking about a cabinet, just get something like NZXT Tempest or something and forget about modding
 

anirbandd

Conversation Architect
Modding is not worth it unless you have large amounts of cash to burn and/or have the skill.. If we are talking about a cabinet, just get something like NZXT Tempest or something and forget about modding

that is not a correct solution too.. with the right kind of tools, even a relatively cheap case like the Elite 311 can be made to perform like a high priced cab. if you lived in US, you may have been able to borrow these tools from neighbours, but in india.. :p

and the thing about modding is mainly DIY. after you put some brains and sweat into something, the kind of pride that you get when you see it working correctly cant be compared to anyhting.. :)
 
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