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post #31 of 46
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Thankyou very much! I received the case for christmas, and whilst I love m-atx and have an m-atx board , the cost of those are too much for a 16 year old ! And so with a lot of DIY tools and not much money, modding this one made sense. This is my best friends PC so i have something to try and get level with , but hes spent alot more !
http://www.overclock.net/t/1370395/raiidzeros-cm-690-3-bercharged

I have just painted the side panel with primer biggrin.gif few runs but they will sand out, looks sexy





EDIT: also jsut received email from the engineering dept. at my school that they plasme cut my fan mount. I really hope i got the measurements right xD
Edited by Flowwwie - 6/2/13 at 10:09am
post #32 of 46
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OK top coat failed... gonna have to sand down and re-prime and paint. frown.gif sadface

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post #33 of 46
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Fan moutns cut, sanded and sprayed biggrin.gif




post #34 of 46
Nice build mang. How did you cut your Window on the side panel? Laser cut in assuming. I have the same case and I really want to get a Window on that thing
post #35 of 46
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Nice build mang. How did you cut your Window on the side panel? Laser cut in assuming. I have the same case and I really want to get a Window on that thing

Na, i have a mechanic friend over the road who cut it with a disc cutter thing idk what its called xD
post #36 of 46
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Nice build mang. How did you cut your Window on the side panel? Laser cut in assuming. I have the same case and I really want to get a Window on that thing

Also very nice work on your own system! I took more drastic measures though by removing the whole front xD
If you're at all interested in the fan mount I have a laser cut file i can give you for printing or idk should ou want it xD

Also what temps do you get with the noctua at 4.5ghz in the case? and what voltage you putting through your CPU for it ?tongue.gif any more then 4.4 on mine and it needs a massive amount more, corsair a50 cant cope but i picked it up for a tenner so no complaints here biggrin.gif
post #37 of 46
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Also very nice work on your own system! I took more drastic measures though by removing the whole front xD
If you're at all interested in the fan mount I have a laser cut file i can give you for printing or idk should ou want it xD

Also what temps do you get with the noctua at 4.5ghz in the case? and what voltage you putting through your CPU for it ?tongue.gif any more then 4.4 on mine and it needs a massive amount more, corsair a50 cant cope but i picked it up for a tenner so no complaints here biggrin.gif
Mine seems to be happy @ 1.24v as of right now. I really relied on the built in OC genie for a while before I decided to do it on my own. I had a random crash a few weeks ago and I'm not sure if it was related to this. Its weird though, my friend has a very similar set up to mine component wise, same cpu at least and his needed like 1.29v to run stable. As far as temps, I idle around 35-38c in the summer(no ac) and like 27c in the winter lol. The noctua is a beast!
post #38 of 46
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Originally Posted by Flowwwie View Post

Also very nice work on your own system! I took more drastic measures though by removing the whole front xD
If you're at all interested in the fan mount I have a laser cut file i can give you for printing or idk should ou want it xD

Also what temps do you get with the noctua at 4.5ghz in the case? and what voltage you putting through your CPU for it ?tongue.gif any more then 4.4 on mine and it needs a massive amount more, corsair a50 cant cope but i picked it up for a tenner so no complaints here biggrin.gif
Mine seems to be happy @ 1.24v as of right now. I really relied on the built in OC genie for a while before I decided to do it on my own. I had a random crash a few weeks ago and I'm not sure if it was related to this. Its weird though, my friend has a very similar set up to mine component wise, same cpu at least and his needed like 1.29v to run stable. As far as temps, I idle around 35-38c in the summer(no ac) and like 27c in the winter lol. The noctua is a beast!

Sweet! Mines only on 1.18v :O. Guess I got a decent chip ^_^ I idle around 28-33 biggrin.gif

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post #39 of 46
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Sweet! Mines only on 1.18v :O. Guess I got a decent chip ^_^ I idle around 28-33 biggrin.gif

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I know you gotta just get lucky. I was getting so pissed when trying to cool that thing. I had to go big with the noctua to feel safe. The corsair H50 didn't do ****!
post #40 of 46
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I know you gotta just get lucky. I was getting so pissed when trying to cool that thing. I had to go big with the noctua to feel safe. The corsair H50 didn't do ****!

Yeah. I thought about de-lidding because mine still runs hot under load, but with this mod its around 77 on Prime95 so im happy with it ! smile.gif
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