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Excellent, I'm basically sold then.
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Excellent, I'm basically sold then.
Me too, so by replacing the window you lose the rubber around the stock window....correct, its no biggie just wanted to clarify.
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No, the trim piece stays in place. the look of the side panel will be the same except that the window will not have the mesh.
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Beautiful build thumb.gifthumb.gif

Thanks smile.gif
Still plenty more I want to do but it's a lovely case to build in and keep tidy!
post #2865 of 8407
Would be interested in a window, but unfortunately I think shipping costs to the UK would outweigh the cost of materials!
I think it may be time I invested in a Dremmel so I can give some of these mods a go myself.

Lovely looking build though Sebar! Looks awesome with the clear window.
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No, the trim piece stays in place. the look of the side panel will be the same except that the window will not have the mesh.
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Oh yeah...that looks perfect, I'm in for sure. Makes the case look so much better.

Thanks for the pic.
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Would be interested in a window, but unfortunately I think shipping costs to the UK would outweigh the cost of materials!
I think it may be time I invested in a Dremmel so I can give some of these mods a go myself.

Lovely looking build though Sebar! Looks awesome with the clear window.

First class international postage is about $20.45.

Thanks for the kind remarks about my build.

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Oh yeah...that looks perfect, I'm in for sure. Makes the case look so much better.

Thanks for the pic.

No problem, It does make the case look much better.

Here are more pics.
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What type of screws does the front panel fan mount need?
Edited by Nexo - 4/6/13 at 4:33pm
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Hi guys, I'm thinking about getting this case. I was going to go for the HAF Xb, but measurements and space won't allow it. I have a few questions. Can I move around the front cages for better cooling? Also, working with all the metal, what tools would i need to cut into it and such? for aesthetics and cooling? Also, is there anyway to mod the front buttons, or make them flush with the metal? I have been looking for a very affordable and very aesthetically pleasing case. I wanted the NXZT switch 810 but it is about 2 inches too tall.
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Hi guys, I'm thinking about getting this case. I was going to go for the HAF Xb, but measurements and space won't allow it. I have a few questions. Can I move around the front cages for better cooling? Also, working with all the metal, what tools would i need to cut into it and such? for aesthetics and cooling? Also, is there anyway to mod the front buttons, or make them flush with the metal? I have been looking for a very affordable and very aesthetically pleasing case. I wanted the NXZT switch 810 but it is about 2 inches too tall.
This is a great case, the HDD cages can be removed for better air flow. there is also fan mounts on both the front and the back of the HDD cages. You will not have any airflow problems with this case. The front panel buttons are mounted into the drive bay area. I would imagine that they could easily be modded to remove them and replace the opening with a factory bay cover. Then you could easily add vandal switches for the power and reset. in the top of the case or into a drive bay cover.
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