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post #1421 of 3123
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Originally Posted by justj0sh View Post

Hey, this question goes out to everyone who sprayed their case. How do you deal with the front panel? I can't think of a way to not get paint in the USB ports or all over the LEDs.
Hi
It is really easy just open the case and unscrew 2 or 4 screw (do not remember) and put out whole front panel. That's it and you are free to go with painting wink.gif
post #1422 of 3123
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Originally Posted by Mlody View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by justj0sh View Post

Hey, this question goes out to everyone who sprayed their case. How do you deal with the front panel? I can't think of a way to not get paint in the USB ports or all over the LEDs.
Hi
It is really easy just open the case and unscrew 2 or 4 screw (do not remember) and put out whole front panel. That's it and you are free to go with painting wink.gif


Uhhhh Ohhhhhh . . . .

Now you've gone and done it . . .

Given out another of top professional modder's tightly kept secrets . . . .


Sometimes you just have to think about the question being asked, and the answer comes back that whoever had to ask it, just shouldn't be contemplating it.

D.
Edited by IT Diva - 8/5/16 at 5:13am
post #1423 of 3123
I actually feel pretty stupid now biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

Uhhhh Ohhhhhh . . . .

Now you've gone and done it . . .

Given out another of top professional modder's tightly kept secrets . . . .


Sometimes you just have to think about the question being asked, and the answer comes back that whoever had to ask it, just shouldn't be contemplating it.

D.

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Originally Posted by Mlody View Post

Hi
It is really easy just open the case and unscrew 2 or 4 screw (do not remember) and put out whole front panel. That's it and you are free to go with painting wink.gif
post #1424 of 3123
can anyone recommend wall mount bracket for this?
anyone has any idea whats is the weight of the full build with open loop?
post #1425 of 3123
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Originally Posted by r_aquarii View Post

can anyone recommend wall mount bracket for this?
anyone has any idea whats is the weight of the full build with open loop?

I was gonna wall hung my P5, even bought some bracket but when started planning everything and weighting I had no guts to try it biggrin.gif
my P5 is 37kg...
seen some of these brackets and while the arm itself shouldn't be a concern, wall attaching flange doesn't look very strong. holes are really close to each other and a flange itself is rather small. I wouldn't risk all the money I put in my pc to be found smashed one morning on the floor smile.gif
post #1426 of 3123
Hmm... After examining the case i was wondering where would be the best place to mount led strips. I need the leds to shine onto the components... Anyone got any ideas?
post #1427 of 3123
Hello

Just a question for the P5 specialists here.
Is it possible to install the Power supply,fan face up(i mean horizontaly)?..as it seems to be possible on P3 "out of the box"..
Or the power supply bracket is diffrent on the 2 cases?

Thans for your answer.smile.gif
post #1428 of 3123
So I did an AIO build.

It proved too much of a squeeze to get the 360mm radiator in and also the GTX1070 Seahawk radiator in so I piggy backed the Seahawk 120mm radiator onto the bottom of the 360mm one. It doesn't seem to effect temps noticeably.





post #1429 of 3123
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Originally Posted by Pej06 View Post

Hello

Just a question for the P5 specialists here.
Is it possible to install the Power supply,fan face up(i mean horizontaly)?..as it seems to be possible on P3 "out of the box"..
Or the power supply bracket is diffrent on the 2 cases?

Thans for your answer.smile.gif

The bracket only caters for one direction.
post #1430 of 3123
Too bad they didn't give the same option on P5..redface.gif
Or a way to buy the front bracket a part..Rear can be reversed i guess..

Thanks for your answer
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