My apologies for the rubbish video I only have a Flip Mino just now. This should have been finished earlier but due to the weirdness of PC components the M-ITX mobo which has done nothing but sit quietly in a static bag refused point blank to allow anything to be seen on the monitor.
So after many fruitless hours of trying to get it to work it has now been consigned to the bin. So a new mobo was bought and all is up and working.
This was my first major mod and I have learnt much, particularly if shortening the cables on a PSU do it the more professional way by buying a crimping tool,new pins and connectors.
Some very pretty PCs there. Strange soundtrack, though... :-)
I'm reminded, though, of way back in the day when IBM launched the System/36, I think it was. Anyway, they allegedly got a huge amount of feedback from customers that it didn't look like a computer because it didn't have a lot of flashing lights. So IBM went back and designed lots more lights into the case - and lo, the customers saw it, and said that it was good, and bought the System/36 in their thousands.
This is the same company, back in the early days of Winchester disks - when hard disks were measured in the megabytes range, and not many of those either - who quickly realised that no self-respecting financial director would pay $100,000 for a piece of kit the size of a couple of shoe-boxes. So they stuck the drive in a huge great cabinet which was, of course, 95% full of air. But financial directors looked upon it and saw that it was good, and could clearly see that a box that big was easily worth $100,000.
Say what you like about IBM, but they 'got' marketing...
Yes, I've been around the computer industry far too long. (Well, since 1975, anyway...)