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you are doing a great job out there. keep it up and some sanding, prime and paint will remove the defect
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post #12 of 20
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Started sanding it but will have to finish it when I get back. going away for the long weekend. Will put up some pics once its done
post #13 of 20
Why such a big PSU?

Looking to see where this is going
post #14 of 20
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Why such a big PSU?

Looking to see where this is going

Was on sale for the same price as a corsair AX850w 80 plus gold, couldn't pass up the opportunity for this 1000w platnum at that price. Leaves room for expansion down the road.
post #15 of 20
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You should try, this is my first attempt. Just learning as i go along and reading a lot of build logs. that's one thing Iv notice with azza fans are the bearings go after awhile. Happened on my solano and one of my hurrican fans. To remove the fans on the side panel you just have to remove the screws on the inside of the panel which will pop off the outer piece so you can get access to the fans.

My case came stock red like that because I got the hurrican 2000R which just stands for the red model. I will be paint this one once I finish cutting something on the inside.

Ok so those little rivets that are on the inside of the case are simply for show and don't actually connect to the fan housing?

I didn't realise that the 2000R was painted red on the inside, I thought the R related just to the fan led's. Will you be going for a black look on the inside?
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Ok so those little rivets that are on the inside of the case are simply for show and don't actually connect to the fan housing?

I didn't realise that the 2000R was painted red on the inside, I thought the R related just to the fan led's. Will you be going for a black look on the inside?

Ya, you can take all the fans and housing off the case without taking out any rivets.

My plan for the color scheme was to match my sleeving. Was going to paint the inside tan and the outside dark green.
Edited by Spark10 - 5/21/13 at 9:26am
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Ya, you can take all the fans and housing off the case without taking out any rivets.

My plan for the color scheme was to match my sleeping. Was going to paint the inside tan and the outside dark green.

Just wanted to pop by and thank you for your advice with the fan housing, much easier than I had anticipated, some rep coming your way.

The colour scheme will definitely be something unique, haven't seen too many dark green and tan colouring schemes. Can't wait to see more from you biggrin.gif
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Just wanted to pop by and thank you for your advice with the fan housing, much easier than I had anticipated, some rep coming your way.

The colour scheme will definitely be something unique, haven't seen too many dark green and tan colouring schemes. Can't wait to see more from you biggrin.gif

no problem, glad you were able to get the fan housings off to replace the fan.
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Subbed!, Goodluck!
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Subbed!, Goodluck!

thanks

So little update:

I finished sanding my side window, got it pretty smooth and ready for primer and paint. But before i do that i gotta finish sanding all the other pieces.



Was even able to get that nick out biggrin.gif



I cut a piece of aluminum to rivet to the front where i will cut out to place my 240mm radiator. still have to cut those tabs off that use to hold my 2.5 inch bays.



now this case is suppose to be able to hold a 360 rad on the top but when i tried to mount it the way I wanted it so the ports would be at the front of the case. There is only one side that the holes will line up, so if i tried to mount it the whole left side of that rad would just hang. I cut another piece of aluminum to rivet to the top so i could cut out for my rad mount. I'm going to clear out all of that square mesh for more airflow for the radiator.



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