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post #1341 of 1907
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Originally Posted by kingchris View Post

Love the mod.... thumb.gif

Thanks, a little rough but some vinyl helped cover up the rough edges. I have glued down since screwing it would have required a little bit room which is now non-existent due to the Monsta 240 redface.gif
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Originally Posted by rmorse27 View Post

you aint kidding anyone wermad we know those are your PJ'S.

Pink PJ Midget Modders FTW!!!! biggrin.giftongue.gif

I fired her after making a big mess with scissors and my heat-shrink. Then, she promptly rehired herself and starting playing around with the packing peanuts. As long as she doesn't get close to the gpu(s), I'll tolerate her "workmanship".


Who knows....she might be the next pc enthusiast in the family wink.gif
post #1342 of 1907
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Yeah, giving the misus (with one in the oven) some time off. She helps clean up and at the same time makes a mess too tongue.gif
A little satin black vinyl wrap to cover the mistakes and it looks good:

That looks good and that's a great spot for fan controllers.
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XSPC Raystorm XSPC Dual Bay reservoir with Alphacool variable... Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 Full Copper Triple 120mm... EK GTX680 FTW waterblock 
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Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate HP tSS-25X11LED 25" 1080p PC Power&Cooling Silentpower 910W Xigmatek Elysium 
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Razer Deathadder 3500 Rocketfish Creative Sound Core3D Logitech Z5300 
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post #1343 of 1907
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

Pink PJ Midget Modders FTW!!!! biggrin.giftongue.gif

lmaosmiley.gif~thumb.gif
post #1344 of 1907
Where do you guys with vertical radiators (in the drive bays) hide your HDDs?
post #1345 of 1907
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Originally Posted by McMogg View Post

Where do you guys with vertical radiators (in the drive bays) hide your HDDs?

I only use 1 240 gig ssd drive and I place it on top of my dvd drive.
post #1346 of 1907
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Originally Posted by rmorse27 View Post

I only use 1 240 gig ssd drive and I place it on top of my dvd drive.

I don't think I live with just 1 SSD worth of storage, I have literally hundreds of gigs of music & movies and stuff..
post #1347 of 1907
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Originally Posted by McMogg View Post

I don't think I live with just 1 SSD worth of storage, I have literally hundreds of gigs of music & movies and stuff..
Ever thought about an external HDD Rack or NAS?
post #1348 of 1907
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Originally Posted by Hanoverfist View Post

Ever thought about an external HDD Rack or NAS?

I've thought about a home media server, but my entire family is technologically.. blank.
I can't convince anyone (My parents) to spend money on one, because they can't understand the benefits..
post #1349 of 1907
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Originally Posted by McMogg View Post

I've thought about a home media server, but my entire family is technologically.. blank.
I can't convince anyone (My parents) to spend money on one, because they can't understand the benefits..
That's a shame. NAS. Storage would fix your issue. And I, like you, am addicted to collecting Media.. An ever growing collection. biggrin.gif
post #1350 of 1907
I squeezed my hdd and two ssd on one single drive bay. I used to have one cage with one of the 360 rads mounted upfront. I switched it around and laid that front rad flat on the bottom but pushed it forward as much as possible (to make room for a larger psu). Modded the top i/o panel to fit my controller and to remove the bulky hot swap feature. pushed the 240mm rad to the top of the drive bays. I could fit a hdd cage but I would have to delete a fan on the bottom rad. I decided to use some 5.25 to 3.5 adapters i found. I attached this to the hdd and I modded slightly the ssd bracket which attached to the bottom of the hdd. Everything fits slightly over a single drive bay.


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