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Originally Posted by BadDad62 View Post

Hey CK the Hdd cage is not modded at all just velcro'd on its end. the silverstone power cable is being modded to go towards the rear of the case thumb.gif The standard 180mm fan is fine thumb.gif
Are you refering to the first or second picture?
Edited by CasualKilla - 10/15/12 at 3:43pm
post #2942 of 7163
Hey guys, how hard would it be to change the LED in the front of the case to a red LED? I'm actually never worked on anything electrical before. Also I'm not to good with tools.
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post #2943 of 7163
It's just clipped in, so rather easy.
The limiting resistor is on the motherboard, so you'd just have to solder a new one to the wires.
post #2944 of 7163
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Are you refering to the first or second picture?

The first one was V1 and the hdd bay was rotated 90* and velcro'd to the lower Hdd/ssd position. V2 the second pic is mounted on its end due to a clearance issue mad.gif with the Asrock mobo.
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post #2945 of 7163
I'm not sure but will a tuniq tower 120 extreme fit with an asus p8z77-m pro mobo WITH the hdd cages full.
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Any one else been crazy enough to put a i7-3930K and a pair of GTX 680's in this case? Oh, and run them on air...at least to start with at stock clocks? External water cooler for the CPU and GPU's to follow sometime after the initial build. The more I'm thinking about this case, the more I like it for an up and coming build. Thanks
post #2947 of 7163
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I'm not sure but will a tuniq tower 120 extreme fit with an asus p8z77-m pro mobo WITH the hdd cages full.

clearance wise with the hdds, I think it will fit, but that looks like a tall cooler, if its under 165mm it will fit.
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Any one else been crazy enough to put a i7-3930K and a pair of GTX 680's in this case? Oh, and run them on air...at least to start with at stock clocks? External water cooler for the CPU and GPU's to follow sometime after the initial build. The more I'm thinking about this case, the more I like it for an up and coming build. Thanks

Someone in here did something like that but with a 690
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post #2949 of 7163
ive got a 3930K and one 680 so far and seems to do decent temps so far although i'd want a w/c loop if i was going to add another 680
post #2950 of 7163
In case it helps anyone, I found out after trying that the Prolimatech Genesis does not fit in the TJ08-E with the 4xdrive cage (no big surprise) but neither does it fit if you have the bottom single drive cage (more of a surprise). I know that this is an older and not as favored cooler, but if you're looking at it, don't plan on using the lower 3.5 for a drive.
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