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Do you guys have the problem where the fron fan filter falls down a bit and starts rattling? Also i found out that a few well placed pices of paper do wanders to the hard drive cage, making them not as noisy. smile.gif
post #442 of 512
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Originally Posted by RaduZ View Post

Do you guys have the problem where the fron fan filter falls down a bit and starts rattling? Also i found out that a few well placed pices of paper do wanders to the hard drive cage, making them not as noisy. smile.gif
Then the filter is not correctly placed. There is a metal lip on the bottom the filter goes inside.
For HDD I be using 2mm thick 10mm width Rubber-Neoprene Strip which I ordered. I think it should work better than what I am using.
Edited by Sp33d Junki3 - 1/10/15 at 10:30am
    
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I have the case in black . The case is not perfect , but for the price you get an overall good product .
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I have the case in black . The case is not perfect , but for the price you get an overall good product .

mine is black too, been 2 weeks no rattle or anything even one of my fan bearing starting to crap creating some vibrations

the paint quality is not great, too easily chipped off especially the the area we screwed in the fans

not perfect but at this price it's alright
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Found Old mouse pads also work for those vibration problems.
And black paint pen blends almost perfect.
Yea I like to stab the case with a screw driver a few times trying to get things to fit. If it doesn't fit remember to
stab stab stab, and it will fit every time.
Edited by Petey - 1/10/15 at 2:22pm
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First off there is 3 screw on each side, 3 on top and 2 on bottom holding the plate.
Panel to mount fans is beveled towards the inside. That is about 6mm.
The gap is 24mm. The plastic frame is 7mm

perfect,
many thanks ,
it was just what I wanted ,
the mod I have in preparation will allow me to mount a radiator up to 280x60 inside without changing anything, the pump that I would use is the Magicool DCP450 , small and quiet from what we read on the net , for wb wouldnt ek supremacy EVO , for the pipes are undecided whether normal or acrylics but as soon as I post all my pictures , this case for what it costs allows many mod and sincerely his ideology is very interesting, has some ideas really remarkable that many houses have also more expensive .
post #447 of 512
I saw something else , that where the fans are mounted , the frame goes into recess , at that point you mount the filter to the fans , to understand what is the indentation just measure the thickness of the filter , if you tell me what you make me a great pleasure .
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where I cAN buy it????
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seems like a good 'blank canvas' for modding

Indeed. Really debating getting this case to replace my old NZXT Apollo case for my folder rig. Just not sure how it compares size wise though.
     
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It is quite compact for a mid tower case, BUT oh my god is it heavy, 7 kg emptey X_X
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