A different kind of Windows install
Subject: General Tech | November 11, 2005 - 09:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Pro-clockers has a guide on how to install a window into your PC. If you've got the tools and the time, it can really make your case look unique.
"Nowadays, there are countless numbers of computer cases available with panels
that have been pre-fabricated with windows. Two of the most popular methods of
window mounting are gluing and riveting, both of which work quite well but
leave something to be desired aesthetically. Today we will look at the
professional finish and industrial look of an H-locked window."
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