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post #2521 of 7198
Man so i have been thinking about a repaint/color change on my case, but dont know how to deal with the black brushed front panel. Does anyone have any pics
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Reporting for duty with mah TJ08 !
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Nice....Now if your brave, switching the blue status LEDs on the front to green would be the icing on the cake!

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Edited by 66racer - 8/17/12 at 9:16pm
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post #2522 of 7198
Hey guys,

I haven't actually inspected my TJ08-E since I've had it, but any idea how to pop the front panel off? I assume it would be in one of the pages here but my net is so bad it takes a while to load lol biggrin.gif
    
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Hey guys,
I haven't actually inspected my TJ08-E since I've had it, but any idea how to pop the front panel off? I assume it would be in one of the pages here but my net is so bad it takes a while to load lol biggrin.gif

You need to remove 6 screws. Open up both side panels; Check inside right along the sides. There's 3 small screws on each side. Unless you need to change the fan or something; I'd suggest leaving it on. It's annoying. LOL. But if you're changing fan/installing RAD. 6 screws ^^
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You need to remove 6 screws. Open up both side panels; Check inside right along the sides. There's 3 small screws on each side. Unless you need to change the fan or something; I'd suggest leaving it on. It's annoying. LOL. But if you're changing fan/installing RAD. 6 screws ^^

Fair enough... I'll check it out in the morning. I was thinking of re-routing the fan controller cable on the ap181 and just have a look around and see if I can grab some ideas of some mods later down the track.
    
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You need to remove 6 screws. Open up both side panels; Check inside right along the sides. There's 3 small screws on each side. Unless you need to change the fan or something; I'd suggest leaving it on. It's annoying. LOL. But if you're changing fan/installing RAD. 6 screws ^^

Those screws are a *****. They are smaller than all the other screws and there is no room to turn the screwdriver. ARGH !
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Nice....Now if your brave, switching the blue status LEDs on the front to green would be the icing on the cake!
?

Yeah, changing the LEDs would be no problem at all. Pretty handy with a soldering iron here. Might just do that....good idea biggrin.gif

Also, i have water for the 670 coming next month. Then it will be a complete build smile.gif
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Yeah, changing the LEDs would be no problem at all. Pretty handy with a soldering iron here. Might just do that....good idea biggrin.gif
Also, i have water for the 670 coming next month. Then it will be a complete build smile.gif

too bad there aren't any green LED fans in the 180mm size biggrin.gif or you might have to mod a lantern logo on the front mesh biggrin.gif
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Fair enough... I'll check it out in the morning. I was thinking of re-routing the fan controller cable on the ap181 and just have a look around and see if I can grab some ideas of some mods later down the track.

I did that too tongue.gif. I swapped it around to have the ugly fan cable on the other side. Haha.
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Those screws are a *****. They are smaller than all the other screws and there is no room to turn the screwdriver. ARGH !
Yeah, changing the LEDs would be no problem at all. Pretty handy with a soldering iron here. Might just do that....good idea biggrin.gif
Also, i have water for the 670 coming next month. Then it will be a complete build smile.gif

Oh ya.. The screws are annoying. And I keep dropping the damn things lol. Small case + small screws + awkward positioning of screw driver = headache. x.x
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post #2528 of 7198
Hi All,

I've been looking at downsizing from a Raven R03 case to the TJ08 and this thread has been excellent. However, I just need some info on the final piece of my puzzle! This is what I've got/getting for the build:

Asus Maximus V Gene
2600K CPU
TJ08 Case
3 x SSDs
Blu Ray Reader
Gigabyte GTX 670 Windforce
2 x 4 GB Corsair Vengeance Low Profile RAM

I'm stuck on what heatsink to use. I currently have a Silver Arrow in my Raven and I can see it fits but it takes up quite a bit of space! I've had a look around and have been recommended the Antec Kuhler 620 as an alternative. I have my cpu running at 4.5 at the moment and would like to keep it at that in the TJ08. Will this cooler be enough for the overclock or should I go for the Kuhler 920?

Thanks
post #2529 of 7198
hum... silver arrow is one of the confirmed coolers that will fit in the TJ08-E. not sure what the problem is...
post #2530 of 7198
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hum... silver arrow is one of the confirmed coolers that will fit in the TJ08-E. not sure what the problem is...

I know that it fits but I was purely looking at it from a neatness perspective, it looks so cramped in there with the heatsink on. Might just give it a go though to see how it looks.
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