The case was a Hewlett Packard 754N.I'm calling it "completely NormL",Norml being the group of people trying to reform the drug laws in a free country?. http://www.norml.com//
I used a grinder to cut out the leaves in the sides,and the inside of the case,I had to retexture the sides after cutting them due to burning the original.the plexiglass and texture came from a local hardware store,I didn't realize when I started there were lighted fans or power supplies.Hewlett Packard wasn't taking credit for the computer I built,I was cutting the hp off the sides.then I found out, I wasn't the only one creating computer crates.I found the lighted power supply and had to cut the vent in the top.the pot leaf in the front is because I could, I cut it out with a dremel.I put 12" cold cathode lights in the top on both sides.It has a 2.66 P4 @566mhz,1gig of 400 mhz ddr 3200.the green cyber cool fan on the access side is blowing into the processor,the black fan in the back is blowing into my 2, 80 gig hard drives.the green cyber cool fan on the other side of the computer is pulling the air across the back of the motherboard and out, the fan is an inch thick and the distance between the cover and the motherboard is a half inch so I cut the hole in the plexy big enough so if I cut the top of the fan I could put the fan in and still have something to screw the fan to, and still fall into my half inch limit and get the fan in the hole I cut behind the processor on the motherboard.The payoff was that according to the sensors on the board I'm running between 98F and 113F depending on room temp.But intel sayes I shouldn't count on the accuracy of their system monitor. It set my operating system up from the restore partition. the hp portion of that computer quit 3 months after the 12 month warrenty was up.I really started out showing that hewlett packard the respect it deserved.