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12 Feb 2012  

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Tomha View Post
My systems temperatures are extremely mild, overheating doesn't appear to be an issue, however a motherboard processes a lot of electricity, I just wonder what the situation on the back would be like.

As for the LEDs, I was planning on making my own as when you have most of the components it can be cheaper, provided you know what you are doing. I would insulate it all, so it should be fine. However the insulating part may be somewhat difficult, I am actually pondering drilling LED sized holes in the motherboard tray and just having the tips of the LEDs poking through, I think that is potentially much easier.

As for photos, photos of what exactly?
This begs a question.
Why would you want to take a chance on screwing up your motherboard by drilling holes in it?

Additionally, can it be assumed that you just want to have a pretty motherboard?

I personally feel that your begging for problems. Many of the motherboards are multi layer and drilling thru one of these layers will destroy the board.

Don't do it.

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