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Originally Posted by Ne1ld0 View Post

Very nice! I like the red on black look on your case because it's not too overpowering of a red look. Personally I'm not a fan of CFL cold cathode lights simply because to me they are too bright, like an annoying light night keeping you up at night.

But your liquid cooled build is pretty sick. I see you have Cooler Master fans in the front which I'm sure you can turn on/off the LEDs on those and the red and black fans inside case look absolutely dope.

Great work! thumb.gif

Thanks smile.gif
I used 3 LED RGB bars, 2 on the top and 1 on the side, to light up the interior of my Trooper, I can change them into 16 different colours. Soon im gonna buy a Music controller for the LEDs, so they turn on depending on the music or voice.biggrin.gif
Right, i can turn the front LEDs on/off smile.gif
post #7242 of 12482
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Thanks smile.gif
I used 3 LED RGB bars, 2 on the top and 1 on the side, to light up the interior of my Trooper, I can change them into 16 different colours. Soon im gonna buy a Music controller for the LEDs, so they turn on depending on the music or voice.biggrin.gif
Right, i can turn the front LEDs on/off smile.gif

Very nice. I have an NZXT Hue RGB LED controller for different colors and modes as well. Mine aren't sound controlled, although that would be awesome, but my EL Wire on the outside of my case does have a sound controlled option. biggrin.gif
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post #7243 of 12482
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Very nice. I have an NZXT Hue RGB LED controller for different colors and modes as well. Mine aren't sound controlled, although that would be awesome, but my EL Wire on the outside of my case does have a sound controlled option. biggrin.gif
Wow, nice, you should upload a video with that Sound option, it would look ******* awesome dude smile.gif
Edited by Luckyownz - 4/21/13 at 11:30am
post #7244 of 12482
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Wow, nice, you should upload a video with that Sound option, its would look ******* awesome dude smile.gif

LoL, I might do that in the near future. Now you got me thinking about it. rolleyes.gif
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post #7245 of 12482
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Finally I finished my first Rig, hope you like it, I love it ^^!








Looks like a version of mine! Looks great. If you want you can stealth the cd drive like I did I actually have the same lg drive Haha. All I did was scoot the drive back about a half inch so the bay cover fit back on for a clean mesh front just pop it off Itl drop in a cd. Sorry no pic on my old android but I know others have done it and you'll get what im saying...

Cheers
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Looks like a version of mine! Looks great. If you want you can stealth the cd drive like I did I actually have the same lg drive Haha. All I did was scoot the drive back about a half inch so the bay cover fit back on for a clean mesh front just pop it off Itl drop in a cd. Sorry no pic on my old android but I know others have done it and you'll get what im saying...

Cheers
Hey, thanks dude. That sounds good with the cd drive, im gonna test that tomorrow ^^
Edited by Luckyownz - 4/21/13 at 12:40pm
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Hey, thanks dude. That sound good with the cd drive, im gonna test that tomorrow ^^

Ya np! takes 2 seconds, remove right side panel unscrew drive, scoot it back, find an align mounting hole, put panel back on, mesh bay cover on and bam ! tongue.gif

I though it looked better, I mean its not the 90's who uses the cd drive much besides loading half our software biggrin.gif
Edited by sgtgates - 4/21/13 at 12:36pm
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Finally I finished my first Rig, hope you like it, I love it ^^!








Looking good!
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Finally I finished my first Rig, hope you like it, I love it ^^!
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thumbsupsmiley.png I like how the red 'glows'

go ROG!
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Well I finally got this EL Wire Tutorial video put onto Youtube and I hope it helps you guys out. I did notice I forgot to mention in the video the VERY FIRST STEP which is to remove the bottom fan w/ hard cage and the side brackets that hold it in place. You must remove these in order to take off the front plastic cover.

I've also added an updated text version of all the steps required to do this mod below.

What you need to do this EL Wire mod:

a molex power connector with a power switch and a 2-pin locking connector attached (most power inverters I found have an option to buy a molex power connector with it and the 2-pin locking connector is the same type that Cooler Master uses for the LED on/off ability on the built-in fan controller. I did not like the on/off switch my molex power connector came with so I bought a PCI slot rocker switch which works great!)

a power inverter rated for the amount of feet you are using or more (if you plan on using super bright EL wire like I did, you'll need to take the amount of feet you used and double that for the power inverter rating. I am using a sound controlled inverter that has a constant on, sound controlled, and off ability. It is rated for 10 to 60 feet. Personally, I recommend a sound controlled one.)

EL Wire with quick-connectors already attached so you won't have to solder on connectors. They make it easy to just plug in and use. These quick-connectors are 2-pin locking connectors again just like Cooler Master's LED connectors.

For more than one EL Wire and most likely you'll want to use more than one, you'll need to get a 2-pin locking connector splitter, also called an EL Wire splitter on most sites. I am using one splitter where I can hook up to 5 EL Wires with it.

Super Glue to help hold EL Wire in place. I recommend glue that dries clear and has a tiny nozzle on it to get into the grooves. I used Krazy Glue Advanced Formula. It comes in a small bottle, but was more than enough.

If you plan on adding an EL Wire to the top outer groove, you will need a drill and a 7/64" bit for 2.6mm diameter EL wire to drill a tiny hole in the groove where it ends on the right hand side. This way all your wired connections can be with all your other wires on that side of the case. Also you'll want to drill that hole at an angle so wire won't have to come straight out and bend at an ugly 90 angle.

EL Wire Sizes:

All the EL Wire I used is 2.6mm in diameter and the lengths are as follows:

2 vertical wires on front are 2 feet long (this gives you a bit extra to make it easy to make connections by the right side panel)

2 small horizontal wires on front near the top are 1 foot long (again plenty extra to make connections easy),

1 wire at the very top on mine is 9 feet long cause I used it to outline around the edges of all 3 mesh vents, using tiny zip ties, and then through the tiny hole I drilled to the outside groove. If you plan on using wire in just the groove, you'll need to measure just the groove and add a foot to that measurement to have plenty extra for wired connections.

I also glued an additional EL Wire around the edges of the side window on the inside and it is 4 feet long. I need another splitter to hook it up though.

How to do EL Wire mod:

Step one: remove the bottom fan hard drive cage and the side brackets that hold fan hard drive cage in place. You must remove these in order to take off front cover without breaking it. Fan hard drive cage is held in by 2 long thumb screws, remove these. Side brackets are held in by 2 thumb screws for each one, remove these. Take these parts out.

Step two: remove front plastic cover. This is done by first taking off very top plastic cover, you know those 6 plastic tabs and remove the top. Then you'll see 2 screws on top near the front corners that look like they have 2 small washers attached to them. Use screwdriver and take these out. Then remove CM Storm logo faceplate on the front at the bottom. You'll see a small support arm going across horizontally. Remove the 2 screws in the holes on support arm. If you have bay devices, remove the mesh bay cover directly below them to give room to slide front cover up a tiny bit. It shouldn't have to slide up very much, an inch or less to come off.

Step three: remove the tiny black plastic inserts, shaped like a T, that are inside the grooves. On the back of the front cover, you can see that there are 4 small white tabs that hold this tiny black insert in place. I took a flat screw driver and pushed against these white tabs while pushing against the black insert as well. Start removing black insert from the bottom and work your way up.

Step four: install EL Wires to the front cover grooves. Start at the bottom with the connector ends and work wire into the groove. Have the other end of the wire stop at the T intersection at the top, just like stopping at a stop sign. Glue in a few inches at a time starting at the top where the wire stops at the T. You can use a flat screwdriver to hold wire down into the groove for 30-40 seconds so the glue can take hold. Continue gluing wire down a few inches at a time. For the 2 tiny wires on the front faceplate at the top of the T, set these into place and glue down. Pretty self explanatory.

Step five: drilling hole in top cover. If you have some sort of hole gauge, I'd recommend putting your wire through one of it's holes where wire fits into snugly in order to tell what size drill bit to use, I used a 7/64" bit. Drill your hole in the top groove on the right hand side where the groove ends. Drill hole at roughly a 30 to 45 degree angle so wire will sit into groove nice and neatly at this drilled spot. Drill at slow speed and go slow, it's only plastic. Luckily it is pretty good and thick plastic at this groove area.

Step six: Install top cover wire. First on the metal top part of the case where the handle is attached, you'll see that there is a small oval shaped hole right next to the top dust filter at the front right corner. Pull all your EL Wire through this hole leaving your connection end inside your case. Then take the end of the wire and feed it through the hole you drilled. Place wire into the groove and glue it down a few inches at a time starting where the wire will end on the left hand side where groove ends.

Step seven: Install molex connector to Power Supply, 2-pin connector attached to molex connector to power inverter, 2-pin connector attached power inverter to 2-pin connector on splitter, and finally 2-pin connectors on splitter to 2-pin connectors on EL Wire. If you are using a sound controlled power inverter like I am, I recommend mounting it if you can using sticky velcro strips at bottom of your case near the very front. It will fit under your toolbox with no problem. Having it here will allow you to simply remove CM Storm logo faceplate to easily switch from constant on, sound controlled, and even off. The off ability on this inverter is nice cause then you could leave the power switch on molex connector on and turn off EL Wire at the inverter which is conveniently located at the front of the case.

Step eight: with all connections hooked up, test EL Wire to make sure it all works. With everything working fine, install front cover, screw in 2 screws at the top corners and 2 screws on front support arm. Install top cover, should snap into place. Install side brackets with 2 thumb screws each and fan hard drive cage with 2 longer thumb screws. Put back on mesh bay covers and CM Storm logo faceplate and you are good to go.
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