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The Flash themed Mod of an Intel NAS SS4200-E

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Hi Guys,

wanted to share a small project i worked on... i managed to get an old SS4200-E which is a 4Bay Intel NAS of course it didnt work anymore also the CPU was an LGA775 procesor and with 1GB ram as well sata2... but a nice casing that just looked a bit colorless......and boring.... but the cool thing is it can be used either vertical or horizontal, you just need to remove the "feets" and mount them in teh secondary position.

 

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as mention looked boring.. so not that im a big Flash fan but somehow it was fitting... but i waned a dirtier look not the clean polished one but the darker side of flash.

 

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after painting.....

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Inside View... custom cover for teh power supply, also i added an internal USB slot, i had to cut the back open to fit the new mini ITX board with 4 x sata3 connectos and i added 8GB RAM. need to change the cpu from a celeron to at least an i3 or i5 but did not ahve a spare one... also the RGB LED are missing here in this shots still.. currently programming them with arduino for special effects.

 

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any feedback is welcome :) 

 

cheers... dottoremoe // www.dottoremoe.com

 

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6 hours ago, docmoe said:

Hi Guys,

wanted to share a small project i worked on... i managed to get an old SS4200-E which is a 4Bay Intel NAS of course it didnt work anymore also the CPU was an LGA775 procesor and with 1GB ram as well sata2... but a nice casing that just looked a bit colorless......and boring.... but the cool thing is it can be used either vertical or horizontal, you just need to remove the "feets" and mount them in teh secondary position.

 

SS4200E-2-lg.jpg.f61c545515266c671867373fb3592e35.jpgSS4200E-1-lg.jpg.1f471ff9c5d7202be36850f4280a5e3d.jpg

 

as mention looked boring.. so not that im a big Flash fan but somehow it was fitting... but i waned a dirtier look not the clean polished one but the darker side of flash.

 

slider2.thumb.jpg.43dc59bd0bd5af534dd15f3b3bb6c436.jpg

 

after painting.....

20171206_153225.thumb.jpg.48221f1223c63fc88c8ec68da94bfc64.jpg

 

Inside View... custom cover for teh power supply, also i added an internal USB slot, i had to cut the back open to fit the new mini ITX board with 4 x sata3 connectos and i added 8GB RAM. need to change the cpu from a celeron to at least an i3 or i5 but did not ahve a spare one... also the RGB LED are missing here in this shots still.. currently programming them with arduino for special effects.

 

the_flash_nas_inside.thumb.png.8ef1a972fc50438129056d44d0ce9edd.png

tfs_front.thumb.jpg.a0560755f1f11602dee85d0cf0b8f57a.jpg

 

any feedback is welcome :) 

 

cheers... dottoremoe // www.dottoremoe.com

 

is the power supply 'DC' ? :)

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