Originally Posted by CaptainZombie
Originally Posted by sascha1102
Don't have a dremel here and also don't like to work with it. first I drilled holes, then filed them. after this I used a jigsaw and filed again. what was ok. the top hole i just filed out - took a lot time, but therefor very clean.
I can't wait to see what you do with the clear plexi-plat., right, one fan controler and the other 2 bay unit is a Antec Veris Premier Media Display. (from 2007, IR remote not working anymore)
Did you use a jigsaw to cut that piece of metal in front of the two fans in the middle open spot where you placed your fan controls and what not?
How well did the H60 run when it was mounted to the roof of the top panel? Wasn't that top panel a pain to take off then?
1) that will take a while (perhaps at beginning of next year(after my birthday)). plan was to use a 8-10mm thick plexi plate in front, to look inside. other option is like I did to the HAF XB front.. then if I not put in my audio AMP, but a 2nd easy and cheap pc build (as replacement pc or for my sleeping room) , I thought about putting fans to the front (2x or 3x 120mm fans - so straight airflow.
2) yes a jigsaw and a hand saw. yes, one fan controler and the other 2 5,25" bay unit is a Antec Veris Premier Media Display (from 2007, IR Remote since 2 years not working anymore)
3) a bit difficult, because top couldn't be removed complete. The screws gone from outside through the dustfilter frame (middle part could be removed, because 4 little extra screws - good for cleaning), then the 120mm akasa fan as intake, then H60 rad. unter the rad was then the pump onto the cpu. temps here were no problem. If I wanted to remove the top complete - I had to remove the 4 screws, and after i screwed then in again.Edited by sascha1102 - 7/25/13 at 12:05pm