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Father Fuzzy: that's a fantastic idea! I happen to have one of those adapters laying around too! Question though: what size thumbscrews are you using to bolt that in? How did you make that fit flush?

Thanks Bart I used the 6/32 caselabs thumbscrew to screw it in to the 5.25 bay adapter

no tap required ,drill out the exact location with 7/32 bit and screw into the typical caselabs mount

I also shimmed the mount with rubber washer to avoid any noise vibrations and to make it flush thumb.gif
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I finished to pass all the stuff from the old case, some pages back I asked if a H80 could fit, and of course no, so I made some adjustments, basically a 90° support, also I need a extension for the 24 pin molex, and the 8 pin molex for the mb, this one feels is too tight.

And obviously it doesn't look fancy, yet.



Edited by EddWar - 1/30/16 at 6:49pm
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post #223 of 3073
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Thanks Bart I used the 6/32 caselabs thumbscrew to screw it in to the 5.25 bay adapter

no tap required ,drill out the exact location with 7/32 bit and screw into the typical caselabs mount

I also shimmed the mount with rubber washer to avoid any noise vibrations and to make it flush thumb.gif
I don't get it. Those thumbscrews are very short. Looking at mine, if I used those tiny thumb screws, the 3.5" portion would stick out far past the cutout. There's not enough thread on those things to shim it. What voodoo magic is this? smile.gif This is where knowing how to use tools would come in handy! Stuff like this looks magical to an idiot like me!

EDIT: a 480 with rear ports makes the tubing pretty neat.
DSCF1171_zpskdk6iaow.jpg

I used soft tube in the back, because it's hidden, and a LOT easier to work with than hard tube:
DSCF1173_zpsyehalvde.jpg
Edited by Bart - 1/30/16 at 7:23pm
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post #224 of 3073
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Caselabs 5.25 to 3.5 bay adapter works well for fan controller/2.5 drive hotswap bay install


Cool idea for th P5!
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post #225 of 3073
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I finished to pass all the stuff from the old case, some pages back I asked if a H80 could fit, and of course no, so I made some adjustments, basically a 90° support, also I need a extension for the 24 pin molex, and the 8 pin molex for the mb, this one feels is too tight.

And obviously it doesn't look fancy, yet.

EddWar, I had to use an EPS extension to get mine to reach.
    
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post #226 of 3073
Hello All
I'm also a happy owner of this case smile.gif Here are some photos of my current project called Purple Core. Hope you enjoy tongue.gif

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post #227 of 3073
thumb.gif MLODY... a lovely mod.... the only thing that i am really worried about when i get this case is if the IO ports at the front are too high .... as you see i am a wheelchair user and i wanna really reach these without any problems
post #228 of 3073
Thanks Flynna smile.gif
About those ports, what I can say is that I`m sitting pretty low (I'm also not to tall 176cm) in front of my desk and I have no problem to reach those front ports smile.gif So I think you should be ok as well smile.gif
post #229 of 3073
thanks mlody ... that is an ease of mind thing for me now then thumb.gif
post #230 of 3073
another question is .... were is the intake air for the PSU ?? as you have put a acrylic box over it ?
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