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Knowing you you'll just decide to make an all acrylic custom case for your PSU devil.gif Or file out the hole just a little larger... Honestly don't know what to expect!
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Seems like a ton of work...respect.
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Knowing you you'll just decide to make an all acrylic custom case for your PSU devil.gif Or file out the hole just a little larger... Honestly don't know what to expect!

You read my mind lol devil.gif The problem is both the hole size and the fan, even when I force it down the fan cannot spin becuause some of the wires press against..... So im thinking bore the hole out more and maybe even install a smaller fan or put screw standoffs or spacers to basicly rise the cover up to create more space, and I could always re red carbon vynal to cover the gaps created by lifting it. thinking.gif
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Seems like a ton of work...respect.

Thanks! And it Is lol redface.gif
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Would using a smaller fan create a heat issue in your PSU? Generally smaller fans have a lower cfm/dBa, so it will be working harder and louder to dissipate all those extra watts you're pouring out. devil.gif FIAH, I uh say uh FIAH!
My suggestion: Bore out the hole, add risers if you need to. Seal it up with the vinyl. Walk away in slow-mo like a boss.
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Would using a smaller fan create a heat issue in your PSU? Generally smaller fans have a lower cfm/dBa, so it will be working harder and louder to dissipate all those extra watts you're pouring out. devil.gif FIAH, I uh say uh FIAH!
My suggestion: Bore out the hole, add risers if you need to. Seal it up with the vinyl. Walk away in slow-mo like a boss.

Na the fan thats in there usually runs at low all the time, Its a swll build PSU so it takes alot to get it hot. Never the less I dident like the Idea of changeing the fan either.... But yea probibly gonna go with the alternative riser idea, thanks!
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Na the fan thats in there usually runs at low all the time, Its a swll build PSU so it takes alot to get it hot. Never the less I dident like the Idea of changeing the fan either.... But yea probibly gonna go with the alternative riser idea, thanks!

Happy to give my feedback! I honestly didn't know that the power supply had a heat efficient build. After watching you do your builds, I can't wait to get my build started, but I just don't have all the ideas in place to order everything. devil.gif But when I do It's gonna look sick or ELSE!
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got these today, not sure if im using them or not................... thinking.gif


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Can you paint those?
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Can you paint those?

Yea, but they look good as they are and they dont fit my hoses that well...... Im probibly not going to use them.... rolleyes.gif
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Save them for a spare build... biggrin.gif

Maybe you can get one of the new gtx 670 dcuII mini cards and do an Intel NUC type of rig xD
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