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post #1281 of 2347
Nevermind about the psu. I will not buy anymore since my psu is still doing good even though its diablotek. rolleyes.gif
I plan on sleeving it instead. Know any good sleeving kits?
post #1282 of 2347
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Originally Posted by Sujeto 1 View Post

Wow dude how did you manage to put the asus extreme on this case? very tigh fit im guessing, may you post some pictures of your computer please? Dont fix nothing just show it as currently is. Also are your temps Ok?

I was a bit afraid that it will fit as CM doesn't say anything about E-ATX support, but I had my Corsair Obsidian D800 in case of trouble. I moved the BlueRay drive out to the front a bit, but I realized that it wasn't necessary at all. It fits perfectly to the case. Will post some higher quality pics soon.
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post #1283 of 2347
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Nice! Do you have lights on your case? And can you please tell me how to do that? Have any good tutorial videos?
Thanks kendz smile.gif
In regards to applying the wrap, i didn't watch any vids, i just took my time, it's very easy to do and the effect is great.
All i did was decide which piece i wanted to do, say for instance the side panel, unrolled the wrap and placed the panel of it, drew around it with a pen but when cutting, cut around 1cm extra around the whole thing to allow for stretching.
You'll need a sharp blade or craft tool and a hair dyer/heat gun to allow it to stick properly, and to get into any grooves etc.
Just start on something small first and build your way up from there thumb.gif
Ah damn... talking about it has made me want to wrap more now!..........brb tongue.gif
post #1284 of 2347
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Thanks kendz smile.gif
In regards to applying the wrap, i didn't watch any vids, i just took my time, it's very easy to do and the effect is great.
All i did was decide which piece i wanted to do, say for instance the side panel, unrolled the wrap and placed the panel of it, drew around it with a pen but when cutting, cut around 1cm extra around the whole thing to allow for stretching.
You'll need a sharp blade or craft tool and a hair dyer/heat gun to allow it to stick properly, and to get into any grooves etc.
Just start on something small first and build your way up from there thumb.gif
Ah damn... talking about it has made me want to wrap more now!..........brb tongue.gif

Can you please be more specific? biggrin.gif
I really have no idea. Sorry a noob. Although isaw some videos already pc is different from a car. Blow dryer will work? Cause im not willing to buy a heat gun. smile.gif
How many feet do you think would be good enough? Thanks and goodluck. smile.gif
post #1285 of 2347
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Originally Posted by Uksoldierboy View Post

Hiya guys,
Well i think i've finally finished with the carbon mods(for now at least tongue.gif)
List of things that i've done:
Windowed side panel
Opposite side panel inside and out
Front Door
Inside the case i did:
Crossfire bridge
Hdd
Cpu cooler
Some pics of the finished product smile.gif







At what kind of store did you buy it? I'm considering doing the same on my laptop.
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8GB Crucial DDR4 250 GB Seagate 500 GB Seagate 250 GB Seagate 
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Liteon iHAS324 Deepcool Gammaxx S40 No-name fan controller Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit 
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Core 2 Duo P8600 LENOVO 2241B57 Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD 2 GB 
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post #1286 of 2347
This is my first build and I am really proud of it. I really tried with cable management but I just don't understand how people get it looking so clean! I know the white light kind of clashes but I thought it was better than red for showing off the inside of the case.



post #1287 of 2347
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Originally Posted by JKuhn View Post

At what kind of store did you buy it? I'm considering doing the same on my laptop.
I have a friend who owns a car garage that does mods including wrapping etc, he had a huge roll so gave me about 20ft of the stuff smile.gif
post #1288 of 2347
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Originally Posted by kendz4494 View Post

Can you please be more specific? biggrin.gif
I really have no idea. Sorry a noob. Although isaw some videos already pc is different from a car. Blow dryer will work? Cause im not willing to buy a heat gun. smile.gif
How many feet do you think would be good enough? Thanks and goodluck. smile.gif
Lol ok pal.
1) Order the stuff you want ( i have no idea myself as i was giving it off a friend.
2) Decide want parts you want to cover.
3) Start on something small first, or something flat like a side panel.
4) For side panel all i did was cut off a section of the wrap after placing the panel on top of it, cut off a little more than you need just in case.
5) slowly peal back the paper off the wrap and place on the edge of what ever it is your wrapping
6) using a bank card of similar, run this over the wrap as you place it on to push out any air pockets etc
7) after the panel is covered i just trimmed the edges with a sharp blade.
8) for panel with indentations, corners etc, apply heat using a hair dyer, this will allow the wrap to be far more pliable.
9) After the wrap is on i applied a little heat to all the stuff i'd done, this will (set) the wrap.
10) your all done, sit back and enjoy your cases/components new awesome looks thumb.gif
post #1289 of 2347
I finished my build only to find out that the pump for the H60 isn't working so I am getting a replacement on Tuesday and in the mean time, I can't do anything. Anyway, the pictures of the finished product is below. Cable management wasn't easy because I didn't get a modular PSU. I took out the top HDD rack and installed the third hdd in a 5.25 enclosure using the brackets provided with the case.

Case: COOLER MASTER Storm Enforcer
MOBO: ASRock Z77 Professional
CPU: Intel Core i7-3770K
GPU: EVGA SuperClocked GeForce GTX 660
PSU: COOLER MASTER GX Series 750W
SSD: Corsair M4 120GB
HDD: 3x Western Digital 2TB Caviar Black
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 2400
COOLING: CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 2nd Gen; 2x Corsair Air Series SP120 High Performance Edition 120mm Fan; COOLER MASTER 200mm MegaFlow 200 Silent Fan


post #1290 of 2347
How do I get the sig for the club? I swear there was some code there but it's gone now.
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