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Clamp it down tight and go to town on it. Just make sure you have masking tape all over the place to avoid scratches. And uneven cuts can be sanded down or cut even. Really should use band saw for a perfect cut.

so shall i cut just before the cut line with jigsaw and then sand it to the cut off line?

im ok to use jigsaw on the mirror acrylic?

yeh band saw are good and ideal so are table saws but i cant afford it
post #2932 of 6036
OK cool. Ya I was wondering if it would give me sata 3 speeds. Just wondering. The 800d had an upgrade kit to turn the hot swaps into Sata 3. They came stock with Sata 2. This case is new enough it should be sata 3.
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Also is it possible to install a 2.5" ssd into the hot swap bays.
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I read in a post here where someone tried with a 3.5 to 2.5 adapter tray but had some problems aligning the connectors. It could probably be done with the right adapter.
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post #2935 of 6036
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so shall i cut just before the cut line with jigsaw and then sand it to the cut off line?
im ok to use jigsaw on the mirror acrylic?
yeh band saw are good and ideal so are table saws but i cant afford it

Oh if you have exacto nice than use score and break metho. Lightly draw dimension on to acrylic place rular close to edge of marker or pencil than use your box cutter and run along the ruler until there is a score. If the acrylic is large in dimension I suggest avoid doing this. Clamp it down or push down onto the table ( the larg end ) and on the cliff push down on the other end and it should snap right off.

You should avoid this if your acrylic is thicker than 1/8 I would say
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post #2936 of 6036
this is what i want to do cut notch out from the mirror and white acrylic.


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yeh i was thinking of using the plastic knife and snapping it but that's for straight lines isn't it? so i was thinking of using the the jigsaw because it has 90 degree bend and that's the only tool i have and some clamps and masking tape

bottom 1/8 = 3mm

middle =8mm
top acrylic 1/8 =3 mm
Edited by PurE GaminG - 7/21/12 at 12:44pm
post #2938 of 6036
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yeh i was thinking of using the plastic knife and snapping it but that's for straight lines isn't it? so i was thinking of using the the jigsaw because it has 90 degree bend and that's the only tool i have and some clamps and masking tape

I'm not at my computer so I can't draw you a diagram but if you proceed to make the cut that gose down the middle of the picture you just showed me you can do the straight method on both sides thumb.gif

Make the center cut with you jig saw

Make sure you cuts fast and at a steady pase or else the acrylic will fuse. Also I hope you jaw is at least 10-14 tooth per inch
Edited by RedRay81 - 7/21/12 at 12:22pm
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post #2939 of 6036
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I'm not at my computer so I can't draw you a diagram but if you proceed to make the cut that gose down the middle of the picture you just showed me you can do the straight method on both sides thumb.gif
Make the center cut with you jig saw
Make sure you cuts fast and at a steady pase or else the acrylic will fuse. Also I hope you jaw is at least 10-14 tooth per inch

regarding the sides i have no problem i could use the knife method but for the square notch shall i use the jig saw to out the square or this method see pic


is this what you mean



this is what the mid plate arcylic looks like in the cosmos 2


Edited by PurE GaminG - 7/21/12 at 12:42pm
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So I did some tests w/ the new SickleFlow 120's I got from CM and sure enough the green PCB was causing the "tick" and blink of LED's (low and med settings). I installed my new black pcb controller and the LED's dont blink anymore on any settings, but on low and medium i get this humming sound that I can hear over my homes AC intake vent (PC is < 1ft away, vent is like 4ft). sadsmiley.gif
On a good note, the install did force me to clean up my cable management a bit...

this is the same thing that my new one is doing. really disapointing especially since it makes the noise with their own fans.
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