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Poll Results: [NEW POLL] What Color do you have/will you get?

 
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    White
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    Red
  • 21% (126)
    Black
  • 4% (29)
    SE White/Blue
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    SE Black/White
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    SE Gunmetal
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post #5701 of 5706
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

Use a sharp 1/8" drill bit and hold the inside with a pair of needle nose pliers or small needle nose vise grips.

Use low speed and let the drill remove the rivet head . . . You can see when it's gone and there's just a stub left in the hole . . . the pull it out with the pliers

Takes less than 5 seconds per rivet once you have the technique down pat.

Having done hundreds, it's all about technique. If you don't hold the inside so it can't turn while you drill the front away, you're in trouble, once the rivet spins in the hole, it's a pain to get it under control again.

The perimeter rivets in the drive cages for the "tool-less" lockers need about a 5/16" drill.

Once the outside is gone, pull the clip off and push the remains of the rivet out thru the inside if it doesn't fall out by itself.

Then just dress all the rough edges.


Darlene

Thanks though what if you already tried it and made the rivet turn which I think it ended up biting into the metal a tiny bit..? frown.gif Am I screwed...? I sure hope not... frown.gif

Also know how to remove the the sidearm cage pivot that holds the extra fan on the removable cage possibly and attach elsewhere like an above poster had suggested previously a few pages back?
Edited by Swuell - 1/13/15 at 9:56pm
post #5702 of 5706
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Originally Posted by Serandur View Post

Unfortunately, you cannot swap the two cages. Only the upper one is removable. I have the Gigabyte 970 which is the same length and I did need to remove the upper HDD cage to fit it, but it easily fit after that. One solution to your problem could be to get a couple of 3.5" to 5.25" adapters to use two of your three disc drive slots for HDDs instead or 2.5" to 5.25" adapters depending on the size of your HDDs/SSDs.

You mean the lower one right? :/ Also know how to remove the the sidearm cage pivot that holds the extra fan on the removable cage?
post #5703 of 5706
sooo whats the biggest radiator I could fit on top of this case?

i'm not quite confortable with my thermaltake water 2.0 so I want something quite bigger to fit up there

and btw here is mine


Edited by camry racing - 1/17/15 at 1:07pm
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post #5704 of 5706
The first post in this thread contains a list of what will fit where, with and without modding. Its a good place to start.
post #5705 of 5706
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The first post in this thread contains a list of what will fit where, with and without modding. Its a good place to start.

is not specific enough I would like to know if I can fit the Thermaltake Water 3.0 Extreme S CLW0224-B Water Cooler is 270x 120 x 27 mm on top
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post #5706 of 5706

I removed the hdd cage and put the ssds in the back.
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