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Originally Posted by Graffy View Post

Don´t know if you can get it there, but here in Germany SATA is very good!
I used them when I was professionally spraying.
Most important really is the nossle size and needle.
Found this should do the job perfectly.
http://www.sata.com/index.php?id=3993&L=11
And for small thing I used this
http://www.sata.com/index.php?id=satajet20b&L=11

Thanks I will look into them but does clearly show the mess I am getting myself into. It seems I have alot to learn about HVLP spraying (time to read the guide). On a good note I ordered my hydro dip for my handles biggrin.gif

Oh this is my goal
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Originally Posted by GrimNights View Post

Thanks I will look into them but does clearly show the mess I am getting myself into. It seems I have alot to learn about HVLP spraying (time to read the guide). On a good note I ordered my hydro dip for my handles biggrin.gif
Oh this is my goal

NICE thumb.gifbiggrin.gif

You can also get them for standard high pressure too.
Dint think about that one.smile.gifdoh.gif
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NICE thumb.gifbiggrin.gif
You can also get them for standard high pressure too.
Dint think about that one.smile.gifdoh.gif

Well got the equipment priced out added to my wish list, just another $200 worth of tools to my growing hobby workshop ie my garage tongue.gif
I may have to find a place does custom spray cans, I have birthdays, Christmas, and anniversary coming up so for the time being $200 for equipment is out of my price range. Even more so since I just spent $90 for the dip kit and the long list of other tools I have gotten to do more "Handy Work" hypocritesmiley.png
So glad I put off buying the parts till haswell
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You know I keep looking for a kick @ss m-itx case that is suitable for watercooling and I keep coming back to this one lol. Everyone and their uncle has one but it seems like its the best choice
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No one answered my qtn frown.gif
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Originally Posted by danny.nguyen View Post

I have a MSI Z77IA-E53 and am thinking of getting NZXT Kraken X40 (exhaust side), so will it fit 2 x 120mm case fans to the top. I will get a 230mm case fan for the front panel.

Guess push ´n pull?

Yes it should. rolleyes.gifwink.gif
Edited by Graffy - 12/19/12 at 1:45pm
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Guess push ´n pull?
Yes it should. rolleyes.gifwink.gif

Thank you.
post #3329 of 11740
New psu showed up and I'm all done for now. Could use a little bit better cable routing but I'll have to put some thought into it.




I'm so in love with this case I ordered a white one for a little pc I have planned for my 7 year old, got a really cute hello kitty keyboard and mouse to go with!
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can you fit a 180mm rad in the front of this case?
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