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SortOfGrim, are you tossing ideas around about building something like this?
 
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SortOfGrim, are you tossing ideas around about building something like this?

I am indeed. I want something quick, easy, and cheap but still looking good.
So one idea is with hinges and the other with magnets?
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I am indeed. I want something quick, easy, and cheap but still looking good.
So one idea is with hinges and the other with magnets?
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If anyone else has got other ideas, feel free to chip in

No, hinges would go on wiring side panel (rear) and the magnets would go on the motherboard side panel(front) to hold it closed.

This would be a neat thing to see built. I just don't have the time right now, getting a house ready for selling.
 
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I want something quick, easy, and cheap but still looking good.
That's how I like my women.. smile.gif
 
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No, hinges would go on wiring side panel (rear) and the magnets would go on the motherboard side panel(front) to hold it closed.

This would be a neat thing to see built. I just don't have the time right now, getting a house ready for selling.

aha. However your design does look more labor intensive.
Good luck selling your house!
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post #7876 of 12519
Would be a great little project for someone and if done right would look pretty awesome too.
post #7877 of 12519
Got the radiator mounted. Still in the works still, though.
I don't have access to a CNC, so I had to do everything by hand....

Good thing is, is that you won't be able to see the cuts when I'm finished.

post #7878 of 12519
Thanks for the previous replies regarding build questions I had. You've all been super great! I'd like to ask how many of you have fans pulling air in from the bottom? Storm Stryker gives the option to have 2 fans at the bottom of the case. I was looking at getting 2 intake fans to put at the bottom and then either a H80i to be replaced by the exhaust fan and then the top 200mm fan to be replaced by 2 x 120 or 2 x 140mm fans. Second option would be to keep the two fans at the bottom and instead of getting the H80i, I'd opt for the H100i for the top, in this case removing the stock 200mm fan. Although I hear H100i should be pulling in cool air rather than expelling hot air I think so it seems sort of pointless, no? Although there would be 2 x 120mm fans pulling in air from the bottom so perhaps it is alright for the H100i to work as an exhaust? Thanks everyone!
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Looking good there dangerdan87
post #7880 of 12519
On the top of the case with a 240mm rad I've had exhaust vs intake and there really isn't a huge difference however intake will suck in nice cool air over the rad and help dissipate heat a little better, keeping the cpu temps in check. Running hot air through the rad sort of defeats the purpose of having a radiator dissipate heat in the first place. Just my 2 cents
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