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found these from other post sounds like they may work anybody confirm that ?
http://www.amazon.com/Lian-Li-Metal-Silver-Casters/dp/B000WUVUF2/ref=pd_cp_pc_0
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Quick question, what size fans you using?

its CM's sickleflow red led 120mm ( and they are 100% better then the stock ones, but looks the same)
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erm, why don't you just use led strips?

cuz leds in fans makes the light i need.. a Led Fan = cooling and light, a led strip is just light tongue.gif
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if anyone wants to change their LED ontop of the main panel, i've found out, that they are running at 3,4 - 5.2v and is 3mm diods. Now... What iron tip do you recommend, for soldering in a PCB, and replacing then with blue? I've read that some blue LED's runs at 3,4v as well, so i do not see any problems in replacing those 4 LED's with blue, just by soldering them into the PCB...
Btw. Have anyone else modded that piece of the pc? It seems like a hard task, but atleast, not like many others, CM offers replacement parts INCASE you mess it up. I doubt NZXT does that.
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found these from other post sounds like they may work anybody confirm that ?
http://www.amazon.com/Lian-Li-Metal-Silver-Casters/dp/B000WUVUF2/ref=pd_cp_pc_0
Those would not be a direct fit for sure. There are filters on the bottom of the case so you would not be able to mount those casters without at least 1/2 inch spacers. I also doubt that they would line up with current foot mounting locations so you'd also have to drill new holes.
 
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found these from other post sounds like they may work anybody confirm that ?
http://www.amazon.com/Lian-Li-Metal-Silver-Casters/dp/B000WUVUF2/ref=pd_cp_pc_0
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Those would not be a direct fit for sure. There are filters on the bottom of the case so you would not be able to mount those casters without at least 1/2 inch spacers. I also doubt that they would line up with current foot mounting locations so you'd also have to drill new holes.

you need to drill new holes anyway if you want the separate caster wheels but you're right with the filters.

this worked for me
http://www.overclock.net/t/1104349/the-official-cooler-master-storm-trooper-storm-stryker-club/3980#post_17838274
Edited by SortOfGrim - 2/22/13 at 6:32am
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you need to drill new holes anyway if you want the separate caster wheels but you're right with the filters.

this worked for me
http://www.overclock.net/t/1104349/the-official-cooler-master-storm-trooper-storm-stryker-club/3980#post_17838274

cheers i have some regular castors floating around from my chair upgrades, will look into leveraging those iceers.
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its CM's sickleflow red led 120mm ( and they are 100% better then the stock ones, but looks the same)
cuz leds in fans makes the light i need.. a Led Fan = cooling and light, a led strip is just light tongue.gif
Thanks! thumb.gif If you wanted to, could you get 140mm fan with rad 420mmin there? biggrin.gif
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Thanks! thumb.gif If you wanted to, could you get 140mm fan with rad 420mmin there? biggrin.gif

99% sure u can.. i played around with 4 fans in front making it 480, but with that u cant have dvd or fan controller..
but i think 420 wil go thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by GTX Stryker View Post

Thanks! thumb.gif If you wanted to, could you get 140mm fan with rad 420mmin there? biggrin.gif

99% sure u can.. i played around with 4 fans in front making it 480, but with that u cant have dvd or fan controller..
but i think 420 wil go thumb.gif

 

Hold on to that thought. I'm on it! It's going to need some cutting for sure and the bottom tool box has to go sad-smiley-002.gif But if I managed to shoe horn this rad into a Lian Li A05N I will get it in this case.

 

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I'm bored with all this.
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