So I got brave on the weekend and decided to take the dremel to my Powermacs case and add some better cooling into it. My plan since i got this machine was to overclock the snot out of it and just have the machine as a playtoy but ive actually found a great use for it as a workstation and just wanna crank out as much performance as i can. Enter this mod... I mentioned it in an earlier post about what I wanted to do to my Mac, and finally got around to doing it on the weeknd. I purchased a Thermaltake Volcano 7 (becuase just about any Socket 7/370 cpu cooler from the x86 world will work) which is a beautiful copper heatsink with a 7000RPM fan on it. This fan is freakin' huge and moves a ton of air! The other thing i had to do was cut out parts aroudn where the clip connects the HSF to the board and make a new custom clip to make this beast fit... Also as some of you know, when you attach a new, taller fan to the Powermac, the case wont close because the Zip bay gets in the way. So what did I do... Chop out the zip bay The end result looks pretty much like it came from the factory like it is now and it provides a LOT better cooling. Here are the results of my mod.. Any comments are welcome! Link to pictures!