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So I am thinking about putting in another intake fan in my case. I really like the bottom intakes, but obviously there isn't one in my case. So I figure it will just be a matter of drilling some wholes in the bottom. I'm looking for any advice or ways to go at it for a nice clean look. I've never done any sort of modding before, so any and all help is greatly appreciated.

Not at home right now, but will post pictures of what I want to do a little later tonight
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post #2 of 7
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So here is what I was thinking of doing

450

Might do a second one right next to it. That way whenever I get around to building a loop i can put a 240 rad down there.
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I have the Coolermaster Cosmos S which has a filtered fan slot there. The problem is, the fan filter for the PSU slides to that location so I can't clean that filter without unscrewing the fan first. It is unclear from your pic, but does your case also have a fan filter below the PSU? If so, you might want to consider the difficulties involved in cleaning that filter.
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It does have one, but it stops right where the holes by the PSU stop, so it definitely wouldn't be in the way.
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I bought THIS Dremel for my cutting I did on my rig. It worked really well and I bought 100 dremel discs off of ebay for $11 and I still have a ton left over. The little guy cut through steel, aluminum, glass, and other crap easily and would be a nice investment for ya. thumb.gif
 
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I bought THIS Dremel for my cutting I did on my rig.

What were you cutting out?

Also, as I don't have extensive tool knowledge (please don't flame me) wouldn't just regular drill bits work just to mount fan screws? Or are you saying to just cut out one big hole for the fan?
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Originally Posted by Jakesuellentrop View Post

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I bought THIS Dremel for my cutting I did on my rig.
What were you cutting out?
Also, as I don't have extensive tool knowledge (please don't flame me) wouldn't just regular drill bits work just to mount fan screws? Or are you saying to just cut out one big hole for the fan?

If you click the little MOTM logo in my sig it will link ya to my build log of all that I did to my case including all the cutting I did on my 800D. I did somewhere around 50 linear feet of cutting with that little guy and $11 worth of cutting wheels which is pretty darn cheap tongue.gif it should help ya cut out the hole you would need for the fan in the bottom of the case and you can also fit drill bits in it too if you don't have a drill handy. I did both with it and it worked really well. smile.gif
 
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