HI, GUYS. IT'S ME AGAIN...
I've yet another question. My new PSU (which I have yet to hook up, because I'm still at work) has a fan on the top, and I don't think it will be much harm to my computer to cut a fan-sized hole in the case. I figure: What harm can a ventilation hole in my case, that interferes with nothing, really do?
Now, first of all, I have a cat. I don't know if his fur will magically find the access point and stage a coup on my computer, but I doubt it.
Though, how would I go about cutting a hole in my case? Surely, my first instinct is to take a knife to it and scrape away, but I really doubt that's... uh... viable.
Should I be posting this in a metal-cutting forum?
I'm thinking of something that is easier, but, perhaps, more dangerous to the innards of my computer.
Should I attempt to jab holes in the top, instead of cutting a whole hole? Kind of like giving a gerbil in a box some kind of ventilation, except my gerbil conducts enough electricity to power an 8600.