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Yeah a medium file will get the job done. You don't need surgical precision, but you also don't want to get your finger hacked off if you touch the edge lol
Lol, very true. I plan on getting on of these so my son can't hurt himself if he gets behind my rig like the lil' ninja he is.
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i would avoid the dremel. also if you dont have much use for it later, not really need for the money spent, the nibbler is nice and cheap, easy to clean up, and not really loud. the fan grill is perfect. i actually found some on ebay that was cheap from some company (guy) anyways i got them and its good, i mean its a fan guard, not much to it, just use the google shop tool i guess. anyways id say just get the nibbler and call it a day
   
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i would avoid the dremel. also if you dont have much use for it later, not really need for the money spent, the nibbler is nice and cheap, easy to clean up, and not really loud. the fan grill is perfect. i actually found some on ebay that was cheap from some company (guy) anyways i got them and its good, i mean its a fan guard, not much to it, just use the google shop tool i guess. anyways id say just get the nibbler and call it a day
Sounds good. Thanks for the help and I'll check out ebay as well for the fan grill.
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Having long experience with files, I advise you not to use a coarse one at all. Coarse files make lots of grooves, each of which needs to be smoothed. And you can never get the edges to a silky smoothness.

There are people who work with metal and who know how to create smooth edges. I guess we need to consult a few. The important things about a nibbler is that it does not distort the metal as it cuts. Using tools like side cutters distorts the metal. The thing about Dremels and all power tools is that "the chips fall where they may," as do slivers and metal dust.

I wish I were more of an expert on shop stuff. I suspect there is a stiff glue-like gel that could cover the edges of a cut.

Do get four nylon nuts to back up your grill. Like this:



Can be found in car parts stores.
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I'm looking for a new case atm. Other than the haf 922, i really like the thermaltake element G, is this case any good for air cooling? I'm getting a scythe mugen 2 cpu cooler with it, so i want to be sure i get the best airflow.

http://www.thermaltake.com/products-...?id=C_00001440
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Both are good air cooling cases but neither has dust filters so that is a minus. I don't think the element g is inferior to the haf 922 cooling wise so if you like the other aspects of the element g over the haf 922 buy the g. Personally I buy the HAF as it seams a lot more spacious wits I like.
    
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Having long experience with files, I advise you not to use a coarse one at all. Coarse files make lots of grooves, each of which needs to be smoothed. And you can never get the edges to a silky smoothness.

There are people who work with metal and who know how to create smooth edges. I guess we need to consult a few. The important things about a nibbler is that it does not distort the metal as it cuts. Using tools like side cutters distorts the metal. The thing about Dremels and all power tools is that "the chips fall where they may," as do slivers and metal dust.

I wish I were more of an expert on shop stuff. I suspect there is a stiff glue-like gel that could cover the edges of a cut.

Do get four nylon nuts to back up your grill. Like this:

[IMG]~snip

Can be found in car parts stores.
Thanks ehume. I'm hoping the nibbler will be precise enough that I won't need to file anything down. For the fan grill I'll use the rubber grommets that came with my case. If that doesn't work I know where to get some nylon nuts. Thanks for the pic. Now just have to wait for next pay period to buy everything.
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This is a great thread, lots of interesting and informative stuff.

I'm also searching for a new case and I'm trying to decide between the nzxt beta evo, zalman z9, and the azza triton 401. I know they're all cheap options, but I'm on a tight budget. However I'm open to suggestions and wisdom.

nzxt: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811146059
azza: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811517016
zalman:

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With all Thermaltake (Tt) cases be sure to check on the space behind the motherboard tray. With a lot of Tt cases there is almost no room there. Their more recent cases may have changed this, but check.
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if possible get some cheap coolermaster cases or a haf if possible
   
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