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post #401 of 1664
Ah yeh man i would really be intrested in something like that. I hate putting my top on the floor and stuff.
post #402 of 1664
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Originally Posted by Jeronbernal View Post

I'm working on a plexi top for the case w/ a filter with parvum, i'll talk to them and see what they can do about making a version without the logo, and instead just straight grill, maybe some of you guys will be interested if they're down.

That or atleast coldzero can, originally i shot the idea over there, but ricardo is really busy

I would be
post #403 of 1664
here's a idea of what it would be like, this is one for my 350d, but I'm trying to have one made to replace the 760t top in white, or black for black users. It would also be nice of they can mill a spot for magnets if possible

I have to bring that up



This one was made by Ark angel modz, i would have brought it up to Him, but from my past experience with him, and me not receiving the piece until like a month and a half or two after I was done with the build, tells me not to lol (considering I ordered it two weeks before I even started it)

Anyways I hear good things about parvum, so hopefully it turns out nice =)
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did think of contacting you but didn't want to take advantage of your good service! so just told the retailer waiting for them to get back to me, but really dont want to be without a case
as I just sold the c70 ( going to be missed! frown.gif )

also would like to say thanks on the RM650 replacement I received it about a week ago thumb.gif

heres some photos



I received my 760T today and have the same issue, just not as severe. I also noticed the clear door does not want to shut all the way. I did try the solid door and got the same result. After a closer look, I found that the dowel for the hinges are placed just slightly too far toward the inside of the case. This causes the metal bracket on the door to contact the chassis before the door is fully closed. After the bracket comes in contact with the chassis, it can no longer spin and to close the door the rest of the way, it flexes the acrylic. When the acrylic flexes, it causes the trim to pull away. All that needs to be done, is to replace the dowel brackets with new ones that position the dowels slightly more toward the outside of the case, which will allow the door bracket to clear the chassis and allow the door to fully close without flexing and pulling the trim away.

Here is a video. I apologize in advance for the shaky camera and focus/lighting.

http://youtu.be/5rAP6eALh24
post #405 of 1664
I made a full acrylic window biggrin.gif

MORE PICS!!! (Spoiler) (Click to show)



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wonder how hard to do it in glass like that
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just thought id follow up on the situation, the retailer got back in touch with me

corsair are sending me a new side panel woohoo tongue.gif
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post #408 of 1664
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Originally Posted by Joeychgo View Post

wonder how hard to do it in glass like that

I think the issue would be in weight. Unless you change the way it mounts idk if those small hinges could hold a glass pane.
post #409 of 1664
@Asus11, Let me know the replacement fixes the issue.

@Joeychgo, @branndonw, @dave12 - We are looking into this right now. I'll provide you guys some updates once we've figured it out.

btw, thanks for that video brannndonw, that is a very good demonstration on what's going on with the side panel smile.gif
post #410 of 1664
Damn got a different problem received my case with broken pins on the fanfilter it actually came with ducttape on it frown.gif

When i removed the ducttape it just fell off mad.gif

Already got a support ticket open i hope it will be solved soon...

And when it comes to the doors the glue that is holding it together isnt very strong mine came off too

I just bought some really strong glue i think u can pull trucks with it now thumb.gif

Other than that really really nice case! smile.gif
Edited by Trickz - 5/15/14 at 5:14pm
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