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post #1901 of 18708
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Originally Posted by jassilamba View Post

@Doyll - Can we update the OP for this thread, and include some FAQ info up there so that people don't have to dig through the posts and find answers.
Great idea!thumb.gif

Very busy at the moment so if someone could put together the list list of questions with answers I'll put it up.
post #1902 of 18708
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Great idea!thumb.gif

Very busy at the moment so if someone could put together the list list of questions with answers I'll put it up.

Just link it to Jesse's FAQ for now, most of the important stuff is covered there anyway.
post #1903 of 18708
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I don't think that's quite fair to OCN. If I have a forum and someone did that I wouldn't be happy. redface.gif
post #1904 of 18708
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Okay.

Jessilamba kindly said we could use his FAQ here.
Thanks Jesse!thumb.gif

Now
If there are any other FAQ & answers please PM me with FAQ on top line and answer below (same format as in FAQ are) and I will add it to the list crediting it with your user name.
post #1905 of 18708
The replacement side panel and LED plexi cover that was damaged in shipping just arrived from Phantek. It arrived perfect and promptly (they wrapped it REALLY well). I must say, their customer support is VERY GOOD. thumb.gif
post #1906 of 18708
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There support is next to none. thumb.gif
Have contacted them many times sense the TC14PE was released. First time was to get the PWM adapter. Only problem I've had was when email got lost once. When I tried a week later there was a reply in less than 2 hours. Usually hear back in a few days.

This last time it was 2 days... but haven't got final answer and it's been a week now... They are checking out what the load limit of fan hub is. It's often hard to find technical data. Might even take another week or so to find out. wink.gif
Edited by doyll - 12/12/13 at 10:30am
post #1907 of 18708
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Originally Posted by COMBO2 View Post

Any ideas for mounting a Photon tube res in this case on the bracket?

I had double sided tape holding it on, but it's actually collapsed twice. Nothing major but I would feel much more comfortable having a secure mounting mechanism. Do I HAVE to screw holes in the bracket?

I'm hoping I can find like almost a bracket adapter to the res from the mount..

While you could use the industrial-strength velcro, drilling holes would really be the best way to go.

Getting the holes where you need them is pretty easy for the Photon. Just remove the 4 screws to take the back mounting plate off of the res, and then line it up where you want the res on the bracket and use the other (threaded) holes as a template to mark where the holes need to be. To do the marking the little brush from some 'wite-out' / 'liquid-paper'(correction fluid) comes in handy, then you just need a 4mm / 1/8 drill bit to do the drilling.
post #1908 of 18708
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Originally Posted by Terminus14 View Post

This has been discussed in here a few times already. Just a couple pages back. Industrial strength velcro is your friend. Strong enough to hold and decouples the res from the case a little as an added benefit.

I didn't even think of that!

Off to the hardware store I go! thumb.gif
    
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post #1909 of 18708
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Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter View Post

While you could use the industrial-strength velcro, drilling holes would really be the best way to go.

Getting the holes where you need them is pretty easy for the Photon. Just remove the 4 screws to take the back mounting plate off of the res, and then line it up where you want the res on the bracket and use the other (threaded) holes as a template to mark where the holes need to be. To do the marking the little brush from some 'wite-out' / 'liquid-paper'(correction fluid) comes in handy, then you just need a 4mm / 1/8 drill bit to do the drilling.

I would prefer to try the velcro first because if it does work, I've saved myself the time and effort drilling little holes. tongue.gif

I also prefer the idea of velcro as it's much more easily removable in terms of the res then screws.
    
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post #1910 of 18708
Would the possibility to add the extra 360 like i did be FAQ worthy?

Have a 85 mm rad in the bottom and a 45 mm rad in the top with three sets of fans and still ~5 mm of room between the rads and my 360, just used velcro to secure it smile.gif
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