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so i got my res back ! it looks awesome and i love the new mounts, and i put them on backwards.... ( meaning i put them on the bottom where as i want it on the top and middle for best support ( pics later for better explanation ) and ... it broke, i think my middle is oblong not that big of a deal, i am working to buying 2 more mounting brackets sets ( i have horrible luck ) but i cant wait, i think i may have to abandon it in my m8. just not enough room as much as it pains me, i want it visible and i cant do that in the m8 with quadfire, my th10 on the other hand.......
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R7970-2PMD3GD5/OC  R7970-2PMD3GD5/OC  F3-2400C10D-16GTX  OCZ Agility 3 120GB  
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OCZ Agility 3 120GB  Seagate Barracuda 1TB  Segate Barracuda 3TB Rosewill RCR-IM5001 USB2.0 75 in 1 internal Car... 
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Pioneer BDR-208DBK Blu-ray Writer Swiftech H20-220 EDGE HD Liquid Cooling Kit Swiftech Komodo 7970 Swiftech MCP-35X2 
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Swiftech MCP35X2 Heat Sink Swiftech MCP35X Reservoir Swiftech Komodo 7970 Swiftech Komodo 7970 
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Alphacool 240mm XT45 Alphacool 120mm XT45 Alphacool 120mm UT60 FrozenQ PC Mods UV Meteor Light Limited Edition... 
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Koolance Radiator Mounting Bracket with Quick-R... Swiftech Komodo 7970 Windows 7 Windows 8  
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ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms  ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms  ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms  XFX FXTRISTAND Triple Display Monitor Stand  
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Swiftech Apogee HD Windows 7 Windows 8 LG E2242 
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Placed an order for a couple of 8" ccfl bulbs and though I thought they oem bulb was 8", it seems more like 6". Still, 8" was a tad bit longer then needed but still covers all the spirals nicely (unlike the old short 6").


Taking off the plastic housing is simple for one side but a pain in the other. i bought a few rotary tool cutting discs ("diamond edge") and that helped slice through carefully through the top end plug. I thought the bulb was also super-glued, but it turns out to be just hot glue and once heat is applied, it starts to melt. The cutting w/ the rotary tool (aka B&D dremel clone) still helped as it was easier to take off the end cap without applying too much heat. Cleaned up the bulb a bit and added a few pieces of velcro to the ends (like FrozenQ) and it went it snug, but it was finally back to it shine!


post #1663 of 2115
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Placed an order for a couple of 8" ccfl bulbs and though I thought they oem bulb was 8", it seems more like 6". Still, 8" was a tad bit longer then needed but still covers all the spirals nicely (unlike the old short 6").


Taking off the plastic housing is simple for one side but a pain in the other. i bought a few rotary tool cutting discs ("diamond edge") and that helped slice through carefully through the top end plug. I thought the bulb was also super-glued, but it turns out to be just hot glue and once heat is applied, it starts to melt. The cutting w/ the rotary tool (aka B&D dremel clone) still helped as it was easier to take off the end cap without applying too much heat. Cleaned up the bulb a bit and added a few pieces of velcro to the ends (like FrozenQ) and it went it snug, but it was finally back to it shine!



If your front panel doesn't have a huge "Radiological" placard on it I'm greatly disappointing and you're missing a great opportunity.
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If I had stuck to 120mm fans, these would have gone nicely w/ the build:






A'las, I went with 140mm biggrin.gif.
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If I had stuck to 120mm fans, these would have gone nicely w/ the build:






A'las, I went with 140mm biggrin.gif.

You should put a translucent black decal of the radiological hazard symbol on one of the corners of the front panel.

That would be wicked. XD
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If I had stuck to 120mm fans, these would have gone nicely w/ the build:






A'las, I went with 140mm biggrin.gif.

Im just sayin, i could totally cut those out for you to cover a 140mm fan in fluorescent green acrylic. I did it for my case. lol.
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Hmm that's a tempting offer for many people I bet. Any pictures, Steve?
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I have a picture! Im going to be adding them to the webshop then, but this the biohazard one i spoke of.

post #1669 of 2115
Interesting.. I assume you can do this from different colored acrylic? What about different shapes (custom design)? If that TX-10 trade ever happens, I may talk to you about getting a couple of 16 or 18-bay grills similar to what Stren did, except in acrylic and not wood. I was considering that idea and then Stren went ahead and beat me to it tongue.gif
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Im just sayin, i could totally cut those out for you to cover a 140mm fan in fluorescent green acrylic. I did it for my case. lol.

Thanks but I'll have to pass since you won't see most of them due to the panel mesh. In black acrylic for the front rad thinking.gif. How much would these run for?
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