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  • Stealth Mod Project
  • Stealth Mod Project


    Disassembly and Layout

    For this mod we choose to place two 92mm Sumon fans in the side panel, One 80mm Sumon fan up front, One 80mm Sumon fan at the top of the case, and One 60mm High-Speed Sumon fan directly behind the processors. This photo shows the motherboard tray with the 60mm Sumon installed. One thing I did like about this case was how they treated the 60mm fan grill. The holes are nice and large so no cutting was really needed.
    The 80mm spot up front however was not treated in the same manor. As with most cases this is the most common place to put extra fans. So common in fact some cases come with fans already installed. The cage has been removed to show you how restrictive this area really is.
    Layout is very important in any case mod. First we set aside all of the loose pieces that needed attention in some form or another. Then proceeded to mark them up. Here we have the two side panels and the front cover. The last photo shows where the 92mm fans are going to be placed and what relation they have to the inside of the case (look for the blue lines). One thing that really ruins a good day of case modding is not checking where you are placing your fans or windows. Cutting your fan or window to close to the edge makes reassembly quite difficult.
    Here is a glamor shot of a Prophet II Ultra for no reason what so ever.