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Many people have a clicking and/or grinding sound at low speeds, myself includet.
Just Google for sickleflow clicking there are a few forums about it.
Nice for you, your not one of them.
do you juse a controller? Because that will solf the problem.
No sir! I have them running off the MOBO with a Y-splitter.
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post #2612 of 10514
Hellow everyone who are enjoying the mod of this "funny Lan Box" !!

In Japan, this Lan Box product was available at the begining of Feb 2013. Then, a friend of mine purchase it. Therefore, his experience modification for this Lan Box is about 3 months after buying it - replacing from HAF 932.
But, his idea is unique as never seen, so let me introduce it you Today.

Major modification for his dream Hand-made PC:

1) Establish the smoke-stack structure like Silverstone's PC case - Just use of Hot-Air-Flow inside
Therefore, the new front panel ( that was top-side-panel before) can be attached the 14cm fan inside as shown .


2) Attach the radiator of Intel RTS2011LC on the left-side-panel


3) For the use of " the smoke-stack structure", make the sw kit on the Slot#7 cover
As shown below, this sw kit is highly helpful - instase ose of original fron-panel.


I hope this explanation is helpful for other reader who want to mod this product .
Edited by Faster4Run - 5/22/13 at 6:33pm
post #2613 of 10514
im getting a resonance in my case with it on its side. anyone else dealt with this?
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post #2614 of 10514
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Finally had the time and energy to replace my dead AX860 with my new RAM replacement from Corsair, so I was happy to get a fresh retail boxed one. Still makes that weird "click" noise everytime it turns on and off but so far, all is working well and it better stay that way.

I forgot how much of a royal PITA this case can be when you have to go below deck to do work, made me wish I had a tower again after ripping everything apart and putting it back together in layers that this case requires. I still like it, but thank God I don't take my PC's apart unless I have to


replacepsu.jpg

Wow, you have WAY too much room with that dinky little PSU. tongue.gif Try a 1200w and we can compare PITA stories. biggrin.gif

Great looking sleeve work there. thumb.gif I know without a doubt that I wouldn't have the patience to do that. redface.gif
post #2615 of 10514
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glad to see you got your new one back....didnt seem to long? i hate rewiring myself ,but thats beause we are picky,lol.

are you sure its not your sound card that makes the clicking? just curious because i thought mine was making that sound,and it turned out to be my sound card when i booted.

Positive, it's the psu, none of my sound cards have done that over the years and neither have my antec psu's
post #2616 of 10514
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Great looking sleeve work there. thumb.gif I know without a doubt that I wouldn't have the patience to do that. redface.gif

Not my work or patience, their bit Fenix extensions
post #2617 of 10514
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Fit test:

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Looks sweet thumb.gif








Found some scrap pieces of clear I had lying around. Might switch to a clear window since my controller is pretty much useless at this point.
post #2618 of 10514
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Looks sweet thumb.gif

Found some scrap pieces of clear I had lying around. Might switch to a clear window since my controller is pretty much useless at this point.

Thanks. I am putting mesh back in mine.
 
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post #2619 of 10514
hey guys long time no see i just got GTX 660 Ti with 3 GB for my HaF XB and sold my old card GTX 460 just after 15 min on dba is like ebay here in denmark and in two week gonna buy Intel SSD 520 Series 240GB
post #2620 of 10514
Hello guys!

Been checking this post for a while and I finally managed to make some pictures of my build. The case caught my attention when a national retailer made a review of it as a test bench and I said to myself : "Gotta have that smile.gif" so after pulling some strings cause it was Out of stock in my country I managed to get one from the importer( I work in the IT&C business) and now I am selling my old case an Enermax Hoplite ECA3220. Ok enough about that here are the pics and the specs:

MB: Asrock 990FX Extreme4
CPU: FX-8150 (water cooled with stock water cooler)
GPU: Sapphire Radeon 7970 Vapor-X 3GB 384bit
RAM: 8GB Corsair XMS3 2000Mhz
HDD: 1TB Dell Black Enterprise 7200RpM(got it for like 50$) cause it came from a hotplug but it was on S-ata and was to remove from the hot plug
SSD: 128GB OCZ Vertex 4
PSU: Cooler Master M2 Silent Pro 850W 80+ Silver
FANS: 5 Cooler Master 120mm Sickleflow(red leds), 2 Cooler Master 80mm transparent (red leds) on the bottom back, 1 200MM Cooler Master on top(can't remember the code frown.gif )
DVD-RW: Asus etc etc I don't really care anyway smile.giftongue.gif

Customised one side panel with a filter and a fan to blow on the GPU it can be seen in the pictures. That let's call hit desk,holder, stand tongue.gif it's custom made with black and red stripes to match the case smile.gif (didn't pay anything for it anyway , was made by a customer for having a good business together).

Where I live this build would cost almost twice as much as in the US so it was a big finnacial effort from me to make and I hope you guys like it. Thank you and have a pleasant day/night !
























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