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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by DigitalMonkey View Post

The google search didnt help me at all. I just want to see how the item is setup so I can decide if I want to get it or not. If not, I just get the bitspower fittings.

Ok, sorry, I think I misread also, I am now guessing you want to see the cover in situ in a case rather than how it would look with tubing coming out of it! Cannot help there but bear in mind that each cover will use up a 125mm fan hole and you would need 2 to route tubing back and fourth. That is another reason for a DIY approach. Grab one of the plates I mentioned above and make 2 holes in one plate. You can easily pick up grommets of various sizes if you just want to feed the tubing through directly.

EDIT: Apologies, they are sold in pairs! But will still take up 2 120mm fan holes.
post #12 of 14
If you have a drill and unibit, you can just drill holes in the fan covers. That is what I did. Those covers were not out when I purchased my case. Depending on your radiator width and if you are using push / pull fan setup, there may not be a lot of room.

Look at some of the pictures in my build. I ended up using the BitsPower pass through fittings.
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post #13 of 14
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If you have a drill and unibit, you can just drill holes in the fan covers. That is what I did. Those covers were not out when I purchased my case. Depending on your radiator width and if you are using push / pull fan setup, there may not be a lot of room.

Look at some of the pictures in my build. I ended up using the BitsPower pass through fittings.

Yea, I was going to do that anyway. But I wanted to see how these items where used and setup.

CaseLabs needs to setup more pictures for items like this. People need pictures to fully understand the product before they buy.

Other than that, CaseLabs, thanks for the awesome pc cases.thumb.gif
Edited by DigitalMonkey - 4/18/12 at 9:19am
post #14 of 14
Did you look at the owners manual linked on the main page of the store:

http://caselabs.net/MAGNUM%20Case%20Owner%27s%20Manual.pdf
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