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post #21 of 24
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Update 3/10/14


I installed the last 2 of my white ccfl's on the underside of the case to give it a running light effect, other than staining the panels the outside of the case are done! As for the Inside, not so much. I have a hyper 212 evo coming in today which I will be installing on Tuesday! here are the pics for the lights!



inside lights off

Underside lights on inside off


all lights on,



F.Y.I.
I hid the switches for the lights inside the case, in order to access them you have to the power button up and they are just inside the case.
post #22 of 24
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Update 3/11/14

got my coolermaster Hyper 212 Evo last night. Okay when someone tells you these things are big, BELIEVE them! I have a big case, I intentionally made it that way. this thing almost touches the glass in the side panel! but the temps are amazing. As always, here are the pics

















I knew the temps would improve but this is crazy! ambient temps in the room are 22c!
post #23 of 24
Holy hell!!! You need to buy a new potato... err, I mean camera.
post #24 of 24
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after much consideration I am ordered the backplate for the 770 and i feel that will finish off the interior of the case quite nicely...until next year when I put the whole system under water!
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