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I am waiting on a replacement window and thinking about trying to put in a fill port. IF I can figure out how to get the top plastic off with out breaking it....
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As far as you know, are you the only one who has experienced that haze on the window issue? I haven't gotten to the point where my tubing and UV lights are in yet, and the last thing I wanna see after all my work is that blinksmiley.gif
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I am waiting on a replacement window and thinking about trying to put in a fill port. IF I can figure out how to get the top plastic off with out breaking it....

I said this in the official thread as well. Remove the front panel, then pry the top off starting at the rear. It shouldn't be too difficult.
     
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I said this in the official thread as well. Remove the front panel, then pry the top off starting at the rear. It shouldn't be too difficult.

Thanks. Must have over looked it.
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As far as you know, are you the only one who has experienced that haze on the window issue? I haven't gotten to the point where my tubing and UV lights are in yet, and the last thing I wanna see after all my work is that blinksmiley.gif

Yeah, was not happy with it at all. But, Retell took care of it quick. Panel should be here tomorrow.
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Are you happy with the sickleflow fans? Asking as they have sleeve bearings, did you notice any a performance drop and or noise increase in anyway?
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post #27 of 176
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Are you happy with the sickleflow fans? Asking as they have sleeve bearings, did you notice any a performance drop and or noise increase in anyway?

The fans work great. They are a little loud. Thinking about getting a fan controller as they are all running at 2000 RPM.
post #28 of 176
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Added some RAM a week or so ago, just now got around to taking pics. 4 x 2GB 1600 MHZ ripjaws.

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post #29 of 176
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Added a fill port. Just wanted to see if I could do it. Bare with me, my camera is a horrible piece of crap.

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Was too lazy to remove the wires. Luckily, I did not take any of them out.
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Had to trim up the LED cover on the top to allow for the fill port.
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Wanted it to sit below the the top fan cover panel so it can be covered.
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Where did it go?
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I found out that one of my barbs is missing, so I had to do the mod and hold off hooking it up. You get the idea. The cap adaptor gets a barb and then I hook up the hose. When I get the barb in I will post more pics.
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Also, cut up some demci flex filters that I had left over from my HAF case and sandwiched it between the top and the closing fins. I cannot close the fins now, but that is okay, did not use them anyway.
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Also, changed the white LED on top out for a nice RED one.
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Had to move the DVD ROM under the res/pump.
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Stay tuned. Have another EVGA Classy coming to put under water and run SLI.
Edited by selluminis - 3/4/12 at 3:45pm
post #30 of 176
Nice man. I like how the case fits a 240 on the bottom and is able to keep the front bottom fan. I need some money so I can replace my non reference build GTX 570 to buy a GTX 570 and go fully under water. The GPU fan sucks.
Also, good job on changing the LED, I don't like the white ones in the front. Is there any way to turn off the blinking front LED when the PC is turned off? The PC is next to my bed so it's quite annoying; I turn the PSU off every night.
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