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That little black thing is off the icage
It stops the wires of the fan rubbing against the cage in the corner
do you got a photo of that ? still can't find it
post #22 of 132
Screws attach the plastic front that forms the perimeter around the 5.25inch drive bays (ya know, the thing the metal doors hold on to). You have to take them out to take it off, but you dont need them to keep it on. I never bothered to screw em back in.
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Update 4 ! - DD-MM-YYYY / 23-10-2006 - (ALL PICS ARE CLICKABLE !)

Woo ! an update

It's not much.. well for you it isn't but for me it is but hé a student has to life from it's tiny finnacial, especially when he is doing school/work and is payed verry little anyway


Look what i bought today The Zalman ZM600-HP, only available for 4 days here in the NL


Ooh! Goodies (BTW, all the stickers you see on the box are from the PSU, i got rid of them cause those stickers aren't nice to look at )


Everything i got within this box.


And look @ this this is what i was looking for.... a black PSU with sleeved cables and moddular (spelled it right ?) options


All calbles and extra parts


These are rubber pads with sticky tape on it... i'm using this so it will slide in real hard and will catch all fibration the PSU will give


Put 3 pads here !


And 1 here !


With allot ! and i mean allot of struggle i got it in, and look at the copper cooling block !


Inside look, looking better every minute thinking of getting rid of all the other stickers as well, but i'm not sure if it will break it warency etc...


And a finnal pic ! (thinking of getting rid of all the other stickers as well, but i'm not sure if it will break it warency etc...)

Hope you enjoyed this... will give an update soon (i hope) thinking of ordering a mobo + CPU cooler.... but have to see with the finnacially if that is possible (damn i need a sponser )

See you next time !
post #24 of 132
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Oh btw, as all of you armor owner know, the Armor comes with a a metal holder for the PSU to mount it behind the PSU so it will hold it properly...

Well seems like the this Zalman PSU is to big to fit the metal holder At first i thaught DAMN 1 now what.... but then when i was placing the PSU with rubber pads it went so hard that i thaught, oh well you need to push real hard to get the PSU out know !

so problem fixed, no better said, this is a better solution then the orignal 1 and it looks way better


This is the metal holder (or whatever his name is ) for the people who have no clue what i'm talking about
post #25 of 132
i built a rig for my buddy and used the armor and must admit i looked at that and shrugged and tossed it on the couch, i dont think it ever made it into the build, he hasnt complaned so far
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Originally Posted by Blowie
Oh btw, as all of you armor owner know, the Armor comes with a a metal holder for the PSU to mount it behind the PSU so it will hold it properly...

Well seems like the this Zalman PSU is to big to fit the metal holder At first i thaught DAMN 1 now what.... but then when i was placing the PSU with rubber pads it went so hard that i thaught, oh well you need to push real hard to get the PSU out know !

so problem fixed, no better said, this is a better solution then the orignal 1 and it looks way better


This is the metal holder (or whatever his name is ) for the people who have no clue what i'm talking about
Looking great man! I love the look on that PSU. :lol: to be completely honest, I didn't put in the metal bar either, so far no problems *crosses fingers*.
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post #27 of 132
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Originally Posted by FaLLeNAn9eL
Looking great man! I love the look on that PSU. :lol: to be completely honest, I didn't put in the metal bar either, so far no problems *crosses fingers*.
Thanks wait until you see it running.. i don't even think i'm gonna use the ''removable hdd cage'' so you're gonna see the blue leds from the PSU real good

With the solution of using the rubber pads it's going nowhere without a fight... i had to push really (i mean REALLY) hard to get it to the end... i didn't even put the screw at the back tight (would have chipped the paint around the screws then ).

But no worrys it a nice idea that metal bar but if your not gonna shake with your case it should be fine as it is...
post #28 of 132
That pad idea is brilliant! I just moved my HDD's down to the bottom and im hearing this really annoying buzzing sound from the PSU. Hopefully the metal bar would stop it.
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post #29 of 132
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Originally Posted by FaLLeNAn9eL
That pad idea is brilliant! I just moved my HDD's down to the bottom and im hearing this really annoying buzzing sound from the PSU. Hopefully the metal bar would stop it.
The only sound i will hear is the sound of the fan in my PSU, other then is something else then, cause this PSU is really tightend between the top and bottom bars...

the rubber pads are available at your local do-it-self shop (dunno the exact word for it)

EDIT:

A HOME DEPOT ! that's the word for it !
post #30 of 132
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----Before ------------------------------ After----
Don't you mean the other way around? lol

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