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Again, here you see why i had to cut the case of the DVD-Rom.
Taken: Dec 9, 2005
Again, the Power-Button from the back, LEDs and cables in place.
All connection-cables go to the back.
All outputs at the back are dremeled out and also the hole for the fan.
The spacers for the motherboard are also put into place.
All Status-LEDs are hot glued in place.
Another picture of the HDD-holder.
A picture in the dark room.
DVD-Drive ready mounted.
DVD-Remote Dongle and USB port soldered to Gameport.
Electrical Tape put on the ground and additionally I used the stock isolation for the power-supply.
Everthing is ready mounted. Status-LEDs are also connected.
Everything finished and ready to power-on. =)
Everything put in place except the DVD-Rom.
Here you can see the micro-controller for the IR-Mod. I isolated the chip with electrical tape.
Here you can see the two USB ports at the back-panel.
Here you can see the XBIT Chip connected directly to the LCD-Mod Chip.
Here you see, why i had to cut the DVD-Drive. ;) The condensators were in the way. Now everything has space and nothing has contact.
The DVD-Drive still works perfectly!
Here you see the HDD-holder.
Here you see the LCD-Display and Infrared-Receivers. One IR-Receiver for the DVD-Dongle and the other one for the IR-Mod, to power the XBOX on with my remote. =)
I also put some isolated spacers below the power-supply to not have contact with the case. Anyway the position for the power-supply is isolated with electrical-tape and the stock isolation from the XBOX.
I had to cut the DVD-Rom case for better fitting above the motherboard.
I had to install the power-supply vertically, because otherwise the DVD-Rom wouldn\'t have enough space.
IR-Mod and LEDs are connected directly to the cables from the power-supply.
I tried to arrange all XBOX components to fit in the Case. It was really tight, especially for the DVD-Rom (not shown in this picture).
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