Ok so here is my guide on how to do this with pictures:
1) Things Needed (for my way)
Soldering Iron and Solder
Extra Resistors/Capacitors/LED (for cutting leads to size for shorts)
6 Metal Film Capacitors (Here are the ones I used, 12uF 250V, I would have gotten lower voltage but it wasn't available)
Solid Copper Core Wire
Hot Glue Gun and Glue
2) First Step
The first step is to cut a lead off one of your spare resistors or whatever you have (you can buy a 5 pack at Radio Shack for like $3) to the size of the distance between the capacitor you are shorting and then you basically do this 11 more times (12 total). I used NoOneLt's diagram:
You can see here how my shorts match the diagram exactly (if you don't know what a short is then you shouldn't be doing this mod).
Basically you just put one of those lead pieces you cut in the position to solder and get one side soldered and then solder the other, although it can be tricky with pieces of metal that small. If you put too much heat the solder will melt on both ends.
3) Now comes the tricky part that can be modified based on your PC and the capacitors you bought. This is the arrangement I went with. You can see the use of shrink wrap and hot glue. I had to use the solid core copper wire to bridge the distance between back of the capacitor and solder point. I'm sure I will make this more detailed as questions come in.
Each capacitor is hot glued on the connection end where they are joined (on the doubles) and also underneath to secure them to the board
You can see in the next picture the type of spacing I have using the Thermaltake Water2.0 Pro and if you have some of the big air coolers, you should have close to the same since my tubes coming out are at the same spot a heat sink would be normally.
(please excuse dust in next picture)
Any questions, feel free to ask.
Edited by NCSUZoSo - 6/9/14 at 12:54pm