Installing a window in a PC enclosure is probably one of the most popular and widespread mods, with the massive amount of corresponding how-to guides on the Internet being the prime example of that. Despite this, these kinds of how-to guides probably won’t ever lose their relevance, simply because the PC modding community is constantly joined by new enthusiasts. And while many modern computer cases are standardly equipped with windows, a significant number of enthusiast are clearly dissatisfied with them: some people just don’t like the shape of the standard windows or its size, while others don’t like the implementation of a windows in a specific enclosure. Here’s just one example: the window of a Corsair Vengeance C70 case features perforated blowholes for installing two 140 mm case fans, and while using them surely will greatly improve the cooling inside the enclosure, they get their effect by degrading the overall design.
So, what’s the right thing to do, when you don’t need additional cooling, but want to improve the design of your PC’s window? The well-known modding enthusiast, Bill Owen decided to give an answer to this question by posting another detailed how-to guide on installing a window.
Source: Case Mod Blog