This is a standard front on shot of the shuttle. I put a DVD drive in and don't have the silver fan controller but ah well, looks OK.
Side view. Was thinking of cutting out a window but can't be bothered now and I like the "Shuttle" written on the side.
Rear view. You can see that I have cut the fan grille out and also mounted the fan to the outside of the case. It is powered on but you can't see the blue LEDs because of the light. Look at my other pics to see the LEDs! Not a massive amount of ports but its got firewire and I can put an ESATA bracket in the PCI slot next to the video card so I'm pretty set.
Here's the video card, the HD 4670 with a passive Zalman cooler. You can't really see but I have cut part of the drive cage out to allow the third heatpipe to fit. The card has not exceeded 50C at idle all day which is slightly better than my old X1950pro did with a fan running at 35%.
The PSU side. Nothing much to say, looks all neat and tidy enough.
This is where the HDD, optical drive, fans, and fan controller all connect so it's pretty messy. Under the cables is where the fan would normally mount in front of the heatsink. You can also see part of the passive GPU cooler which takes up the PCI slot behind it.
Let there be light! Sorry for blurry photo, it's hard with a disco ball!
Better photo of the fan. Note the Champion System sticker. Got that at a mountain bike race but it goes well with PC's too
So yeah, other pics I did have somehow were lost off ImageShack or something, but anyway
Edited by Zenskas, 23 January 2010 - 06:41 AM.