I agree, they have been probably one of the better pc component companies Ive dealt with. Nothing to props to them
I know I said I would put the panel on friday but I couldn't wait, so I took some pics and wrote a basic guide.
Start bt removing the exterior fan filters and panels.
Next begin by removing the power switch and LED light assembly's
The power switch needs to removed from the housing to be able to slip through the top panel. Begin by separating the clips and breaking the hot glue.
The front I/O cover needs to be unscrewed to access the middle screw in the front of the top panel.
Once removed begin unscrewing the top panel.
There is a total of 18 screws, so get to work!
Top panel removed
New radiator mounting system.
As far replacing the panel goes just remember to cross tighten your screws as you go about it. I forgot to and it made a few points quite annoying to get in but not impossible.
Thanks again NZXT for getting this out to me!
ALSO: For people with the fan speed not showing up, have you made sure you have one fan plugged into the only 4 PIN fan header on the chain? The rest of them lack the RPM cable.Edited by deathrow9 - 1/24/13 at 10:25pm