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Originally Posted by USMC Modder View Post

I know they are slammed. He said it should be shipped on Monday when I talked to him last week. I'm just trying to get it by Nov 11 so I can show it off on Veteran's Day. Its not the end of the world if it's not here by then. Just getting anxious because all the other parts should be here by Friday.

im sure if he said it will be shipped by then then it probably was, but he just hasnt got round to messaging you to say it has, i know how eager you are to get your case for the cause that its for, look forward to your updates, i hope to have my project up soon, ive been waiting ages to start, but i still need @imersa to get in touch to iron out some details. thumb.gif
post #2162 of 5300
Cheers everyone for getting at me. @USMC Modder case is actually not due to ship until the 6th with some further complications.
We are finishing it tomorrow night as we have a late night lock in.

However I will ensure it goes on a UPS 2-3 day service. If it leaves Friday which it will it counts the weekend as shipping days and will land with you Monday or at worst Tuesday. So it will make it to Veteran's Day!

I will PM you the tracking number when ready!
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Thanks
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Originally Posted by imersa View Post

Cheers everyone for getting at me. @USMC Modder case is actually not due to ship until the 6th with some further complications.
We are finishing it tomorrow night as we have a late night lock in.

However I will ensure it goes on a UPS 2-3 day service. If it leaves Friday which it will it counts the weekend as shipping days and will land with you Monday or at worst Tuesday. So it will make it to Veteran's Day!

I will PM you the tracking number when ready!

Thanks for the update. I know you guys are really busy with the ATX launch coming up. You have been great to work with and a huge help along the way.
post #2164 of 5300
I'm designing an all-acrylic case, and I hope to sell them... would it be "immoral" or frowned upon if I used the same modding cubes Parvum sells? I just love acrylic!
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post #2165 of 5300
Anyone else had any issues with rad screws not being long enough to bite through acrylic, fan and into rad? It gets through just about but struggles to hold the rad up
post #2166 of 5300
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Anyone else had any issues with rad screws not being long enough to bite through acrylic, fan and into rad? It gets through just about but struggles to hold the rad up

If its a double rad just put 4 screws from fan to rad then on panel side do 4 x panel to fan.
post #2167 of 5300
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If its a double rad just put 4 screws from fan to rad then on panel side do 4 x panel to fan.

That's what I'll do for the top rad but for the front I want the fans on the panel side
post #2168 of 5300
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That's what I'll do for the top rad but for the front I want the fans on the panel side

You will have to source some them.Why you putting fans on outside.
Edited by Mads1 - 11/4/15 at 11:20am
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You will have to source some them.Why you putting fans on outside.
they're intakes, so surely better to have them pushing cool air through the rad than trying to pull through it
post #2170 of 5300
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Originally Posted by Thunor View Post

they're intakes, so surely better to have them pushing cool air through the rad than trying to pull through it

It won't make a significant difference which ever side the fans are on.

But if you did want to do that then you really need ~40mm screws, be careful they don't push into your radiator fins if they are too long though. You could always use 4 screws to attach the radiator to the accent and 4 screws to attach the fans to the front panel as an alternative then screw the front with the fans on to the case. Gonna look pretty messy with wires and all.

Fan/radiator screw length is not normally a problem as all of the appropriate holes to mount things inside the case are counter bored.

JR
Edited by JR23 - 11/4/15 at 11:57am
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