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VLC will do it.
Wow i didnt even think of VLC
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post #12 of 59
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VLC will do it.

VLC the gift of Gods. Given for free. =')
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post #13 of 59
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Had a little fun discovery when I unpacked the Silverstone BluRay drive...



It is actually a Panasonic! And a very nice one...



I already knew it came with the funny little adapter included for this type of drive, but was not sure how it looked so if you ever wondered here it is.



Stripped down the case to start working



Have to get creative right away because those yellow rubber discs are not pretty, I know you can´t see them when the thing is closed but still...



A little later and it looked like this instead when I had mounted my two SSDs



They are sure pretty (and pretty fast too)!

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post #14 of 59
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Gave the bluray drive the carbon fiber treatment so it matches better the black interior



And mounted the drive...



Installed my two 80mm bottom fans, but as you can see they are not bought at the same time (different designs, same fans)



As I kind of have to install the PSU backwards, ignoring all the warning stickers (because the PSU only have exhaust holes in one side, the top side - and i´m pretty sure it´s better to have them point towards an exit instead directly in to a metal plate...), I then installed a 6kW heat transfer pad to move some of the heat towards the mentioned metal plate. If it dies too bad, but then I have a reason to upgrade...
And yes, I know heat moves up, that´s why this might be a stupid idea...



It will though get a little help from the two 80mm fans right next to the PSU, so I don´t think it will be a problem, but who knows....




Stay tuned, tomorrow I should receive the actual hardware (and a better camera! This iPhone 5 is terrible!)
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post #15 of 59
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By the way, is there a size limit of how big pictures in threads can be here?
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post #16 of 59
Subbed smile.gif this is going to look sweet!
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By the way, is there a size limit of how big pictures in threads can be here?
I don't think there's a limit, but if you batch compressed your pictures to around 1920x1080, it'd save you a buttload of time uploading.
edit: Gardnerphotos got it, 10 megabytes. thanks for clearing me up.
Edited by AaronO - 6/9/13 at 11:56am
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theyre limited to 10megabytes
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How is that case different to an FT03? Just seems to be more vented.
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How is that case different to an FT03? Just seems to be more vented.

More holes and less plastic, also comes with no fan brackets as it´s originally made to be used without any fans (hint, the NO-FAN brand).
Beside that, it´s just like the FT03 - but to me the subtle changes makes a whole lot of difference as my fans are extremely low RPM and like my PSU is fanless - so I need the venting.

Btw, as you can maybe see in the last picture, the holes also does a good job to mount cable ties in - not super pretty, but I have chosen to do it on the backside as no one is going to look there anyway. The PSU wire is extremely stiff so this was my best option.
Edited by AT0MAC - 6/9/13 at 2:42pm
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post #20 of 59
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More holes and less plastic, also comes with no fan brackets as it´s originally made to be used without any fans (hint, the NO-FAN brand).
Beside that, it´s just like the FT03 - but to me the subtle changes makes a whole lot of difference as my fans are extremely low RPM and like my PSU is fanless - so I need the venting.

Btw, as you can maybe see in the last picture, the holes also does a good job to mount cable ties in - not super pretty, but I have chosen to do it on the backside as no one is going to look there anyway. The PSU wire is extremely stiff so this was my best option.

as long as the are hidden in the end, thats all that matters
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