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looks great!


where in florida are you?

I live in South Florida.Thanks man!
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I live in South Florida.Thanks man!

ahh cool, used to live in miami for about 7 years tongue.gif
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post #83 of 201
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I posted more pictures with natural lighting and side panel on.

Final Pics! ~Click me!
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ahh cool, used to live in miami for about 7 years tongue.gif
Worst weather to overclock with but nice place overall.. biggrin.gif
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I just joined OC.net after reading the first post here. Thanks so much for showing that you can remove the "EVGA" from the front of the panel! It was the only thing holding me back!

Could you show a little more detail or explain just exactly how it comes off? Thanks! Sorry if that has been addressed, I was just really excited to say. I'll peruse back through the post now.
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Thanks for showing off your build! I really like how it turned out and am definitely considering working in this case with some water-cooling some day after seeing what you did with it!
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I just joined OC.net after reading the first post here. Thanks so much for showing that you can remove the "EVGA" from the front of the panel! It was the only thing holding me back!

Could you show a little more detail or explain just exactly how it comes off? Thanks! Sorry if that has been addressed, I was just really excited to say. I'll peruse back through the post now.

The "EVGA" is just stickers, but be careful the front panel could be easily scratched.

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Thanks for showing off your build! I really like how it turned out and am definitely considering working in this case with some water-cooling some day after seeing what you did with it!

Hope to see your build log soon! There's a lot of frustration you'd encounter but feel free to ask me questions.. thumb.gif
post #87 of 201
I was wondering for this case. When you removed the front fascia there was a sections of holes at the bottom right? Would you think it be possible to install dual 72MM fans and dremel out that chunk from the front fascia would it not be able to handle it?
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I was wondering for this case. When you removed the front fascia there was a sections of holes at the bottom right? Would you think it be possible to install dual 72MM fans and dremel out that chunk from the front fascia would it not be able to handle it?

If I understand correctly you are asking if there are holes when you remove the front face plate. Yes, there are holes. You could fit a 120mm fan up front with slight modification. smile.gif
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I'm not talking about the holes up top but the holes at the bottom. I was thinking about cutting out that bottom square, stuffing like some 60mm fans and use them as bottom front intake.


Edited by venturizhou - 1/14/14 at 5:51pm
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I'm not talking about the holes up top but the holes at the bottom. I was thinking about cutting out that bottom square, stuffing like some 60mm fans and use them as bottom front intake.

I think you will have problems with the PSU if you want to put it in the bottom. There's about 60mm space between the PSU and front panel.
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