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sweet man looks good its almost there

thanks and ehh not really i keep putting myself back more cause i keep thinking of more things to do lol
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I think I'm going to do the same thing with the acrylic... it will be cheap than buying the mod kit for my MCP655 to make it look better lol. You need an updraft though. Id suggest the bottom push pull fans be blowing INTO the case while the top blow OUT then cut two holes in the top piece of acrylic for a couple 140mm fans and keep the two 140mm fans on the bottom of the case. I will draw up a pic when Iget off work in a couple hours so you can see what I'm talking about.
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I think I'm going to do the same thing with the acrylic... it will be cheap than buying the mod kit for my MCP655 to make it look better lol. You need an updraft though. Id suggest the bottom push pull fans be blowing INTO the case while the top blow OUT then cut two holes in the top piece of acrylic for a couple 140mm fans and keep the two 140mm fans on the bottom of the case. I will draw up a pic when Iget off work in a couple hours so you can see what I'm talking about.


okay . cause I don't know what you mean
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See the bottom... those would be 120mm or 140mm fans blowing air up into the case. Actually, I'd have both the fans on the radiator blowing out the front of the case, so ignore those arrows on the radiator lol.

Those 4 fans blowing up into the case would give a very nice updraft and keep your PSU and pumps cool.
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See the bottom... those would be 120mm or 140mm fans blowing air up into the case. Actually, I'd have both the fans on the radiator blowing out the front of the case, so ignore those arrows on the radiator lol.

Those 4 fans blowing up into the case would give a very nice updraft and keep your PSU and pumps cool.

what i was going to do is drill bottom of case for x2 120mm and put the pumps on top (psu covers one 120mm/140mm and the shroud would be like a wind chomper for HHD and such
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I'm just a firm believer that you need some airflow coming from the bottom of the case. Otherwise your top mounted radiator won't have enough air to push out the top of the case. Plus those GPU's will super heat that area. My 660 ti only hits 66c but when I fold for a few hours, the air coming out the top of my case is still fairly warm.
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I'm just a firm believer that you need some airflow coming from the bottom of the case. Otherwise your top mounted radiator won't have enough air to push out the top of the case. Plus those GPU's will super heat that area. My 660 ti only hits 66c but when I fold for a few hours, the air coming out the top of my case is still fairly warm.


well the issue is that acylic dont like to be drilled ..... i tried to put x4 one inch holes in it ( a different piece and it just cracks... so i have too look further into it
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Try placing a piece of wood on the front and back of where you are drilling the hole and clamp it together, then drill through the wood and it shouldn't crack the acrylic. Plus you might need to sharpen the teeth on the bit.
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Try placing a piece of wood on the front and back of where you are drilling the hole and clamp it together, then drill through the wood and it shouldn't crack the acrylic. Plus you might need to sharpen the teeth on the bit.


bit is sharp enough to make me bleed.... and thats what i did sandwiched it between 2 sheets of plywood but its not the thickest acrylic i might end up taking dremel and putting in a fan grill ....
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Or if you have a compressor, you could get a cut off wheel and cut the holes. They're cheap, like $20 and the cutting discs are $3 each.
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