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Title: IBM Netfinity 5000
Created: 14.10.2006 01:49
Pics from my recently converted IBM Netfinity 5000 server chassis.
Oh man. I miss this case and the air vortex it made.

Old pic I thought I had lost.
Oh man. I miss this ...
This is how my IBM looked about 5 days before the 3 HDD's were mounted to the top inside of the chassis.

What you are looking at :

GPU
     --> BFG NVidia GeForce 7800 GT OC

MOBO
     --> ASUS A8N-SLI Premium

CPU [Although you cant see it]
     --> AMD 3200+ s939 2000Mhz [OC to 2.5 - respectable for passive cooling and a stubborn chip]
     --> Thermaltake Fanless 103 passive cooler

RAM
     --> 2048Mb Kingston Hyper-X PC3200[ddr400] OC'ed to PC4200

Audio
     --> SB Audigy 2 ZS

PSU [Right behind the big white and black label to the right of the pic]
     --> HEC Power Op 475
This is how my IBM l...
This is not so much a mod as it is a necessary adjustment to the case. I have decided to begin modification of an IBM Netfinity 5000 server chassis.

As far as I know I am the only one to attempt a mod on this chassis. I have been told so by the founder of modthebox.com and through my various search strings on the web. 

What you are seeing is
WD2500JS-SE SATAII 7200rpm
Maxtor 160 7200rpm
Seagate 160 7200rpm

These have been mounted to the top inside of the chassis by 1/8 inch holes drilled in the top of the chassis underneath the top/right sliding panel. 

The drives are mounted with standard course thread mobo offsets and then having a case screw applied to it through the top of the chassis into the offset holding the drive firmly in place upside down.

The power cord you see taped to the back of the chassis above the thermaltake fanless 103 is leading to the FRONT mounted power supply.

The cables have been cleaned up a bit since this pic was taken and will have an update to it ASAP.
This is not so much ...