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    350Z with AMD Mobile on Biostar and M1-ATX

    I wanted to say thanks for all the great info here.

    I got version 2 finished this weekend and next month I will start version 3 (adding DVD and working on a mouse solution that I have ideas about already)

    Here are a couple of pics, I have more on my site at www.hypersprite.com/z on the right under Tech ( or http://www.hypersprite.com/auto/tech-z-007 ).



    Thanks,
    Chris

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    man fix your pic links, looks cool though
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    Looking good, few questions, what is the glossy black thing that the case is sitting on in the back and how does the case stay attached to it, and the tube sticking out of the case, does that feed into any duct, or it it just a vent? So far, so good, checked out the other pics at the site, keep up the good work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gizak
    Looking good, few questions, what is the glossy black thing that the case is sitting on in the back and how does the case stay attached to it, and the tube sticking out of the case, does that feed into any duct, or it it just a vent? So far, so good, checked out the other pics at the site, keep up the good work!
    The glossy black thing is a piece of black acrylic I got so I would not need to cut the stock carpet board. The under tray is removed from the glove box and the fan sticks through a tight square hole. It should stay in place as long as I keep the car with the shiny side up. In a full roll over it will still be in the glove box, but I will have other concerns. I do have little felt pads on top and bottom so it does not scratch or get scratched.

    Currently the tube is just a vent but it is sized to fit 3" vent hose, if I need more cooling I will probably route that through the glove box and to the back side of the compartment with a fan to evacuate heat into the trunk area.

    Chris

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