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post #131 of 231
sounds like a killer little system.
post #132 of 231
Just finished my PC-Q07B:

i5 2400S @ 2.6ghz 0.94v (undervolted on stock cooler)
AsRock H77M-ITX
2x 4GB GSKill RipJaws X 1600mhz @ 1333 8-8-8-24
OCZ Agility 3 60GB
Toshiba 750GB 2.5"
Dynex 400w PSU with all unneeded cables cut off, others shortened
EVGA 650 Ti 1GB

I cut the hole for the second PCI bracket a little too big, but whatever, it's on the back.







Edited by Xylene - 1/31/14 at 7:46am
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post #133 of 231
@Xylene

It's tough making straight cuts with a dremel huh? smile.gif
post #134 of 231
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@Xylene

It's tough making straight cuts with a dremel huh? smile.gif
It is. The screw that holes that wheel on kept ramming into the bracket where the PCI card screws into, which made things kind of a pain.
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Just finished my PC-Q07B:

i5 2400S @ 2.6ghz 0.94v (undervolted on stock cooler)
AsRock H77M-ITX
2x 4GB GSKill RipJaws X 1600mhz @ 1333 8-8-8-24
OCZ Agility 3 60GB
Toshiba 750GB 2.5"
Dynex 400w PSU with all unneeded cables cut off, others shortened
EVGA 650 Ti 1GB

I cut the hole for the second PCI bracket a little too big, but whatever, it's on the back. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






Nice looking build, and GREAT LOOKING video card thumb.gifrolleyes.gifwink.gif
post #136 of 231
Just got a beast mode upgrade. i5 3450. FREEEEEE. Got a scrapped Dell XPS with it in there, which also has a Radeon HD 7570 1GB GDDR5, 8GB of 1600mhz RAM, which will make a great HTPC card. It's complete except hard drive. I tossed the 2400s in the Dell and it'll be my new bedroom HTPC.
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post #137 of 231
Some cool builds in this thread. I'm interested in possibly getting a PC-Q18, and mounting a Corsair H90i in the front. Does anyone know if the hot swap drive cage is mounted with screws or rivets?
post #138 of 231
I have a Q25 , which is very similar, and most of those things are riveted on.
post #139 of 231
I've been digging through more pics... It looks like the cage is screwed to the case in the front and riveted to the optical bay, which is screwed into the case at the top edge. To just remove the cage without the bay, the rivets would have to be drilled.
post #140 of 231
Ya, so just drill them out. You won't be wrecking anything.

I like the Q18 case a lot, it was on a very short list of cases I was looking at.
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