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post #10121 of 19729
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Originally Posted by gotspeed View Post
i don't know who you are or where you came from be your case better be more then just "Generic" when you get your cm 690 son! lol

im new here hahahah, yup i have been dealing with this piece of junk plastic office case for a while now and surprisingly my temperatures have been pretty good. 47 C load for my E8400 at 3.6ghz and 65 on load for my GPU with fan speed on 70. Im excited to see if this case will really helps my airflow and temperatures.

*goes and changes his system info to CM 690 II
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post #10122 of 19729
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The OP should make it so that 690 II users can join. It'll probably happen, but post pictures man! (if you can )
I can guarantee there will be pics. I made a thread with my new system here. Just gotta wait for UPS to drag it from the other side of the country.
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post #10123 of 19729
Would the Thermalright Venomous X CPU cooler fit in the 690 II?
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post #10124 of 19729
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Would the Thermalright Venomous X CPU cooler fit in the 690 II?
It should.
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post #10125 of 19729
Does this side panel http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811999177have that hum/drone/vibration the stock side panel has when you have a fan mounted.

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post #10126 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Gyro View Post
Does this side panel http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811999177have that hum/drone/vibration the stock side panel has when you have a fan mounted.

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Gyro
I have it and dont notice anything. Seems really quiet to me.
post #10127 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Bastiaan_NL View Post
lol, you could ask someone to ship it to you from any place close...
Wish I could. The closest place is Australia and I've no idea when they're getting them however I expect it would be a similar time.

@jplum1556
Love what you did to that side panel! I think painting the front meshes in the same way would really finish it off beautifully. Looks awesome!
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post #10128 of 19729
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Originally Posted by jplum1556 View Post
Got done painting and doing a few mods on my cm 690 and then found this thread XD, so i thought I'd share. I cut the hdd tray down so the front fan has nothing impeding it's airflow to the video card.
Sorry about the horrendous picture quality, only have my phone for pictures.

I'm debating if i want to paint the plastic behind the front and top mesh a dark red. Inside is already painted a flat black.
hmm... inspiring. How did you do the side panel?
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post #10129 of 19729
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Originally Posted by T3h_Ch33z_Muncha View Post
hmm... inspiring. How did you do the side panel?
Got the idea from someone on another thread. To do the side panel i primed, sprayed gloss black, than sprayed red in little areas while dabbing plastic wrap in the wet paint right after spraying to get the textured look. With clear coat on top. Jig saw was used to cut out the side panel and than got some u channel molding from mnpctech, amazing store btw. Design on plexi-glass was made by sandblasting.
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post #10130 of 19729
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Got the idea from someone on another thread. To do the side panel i primed, sprayed gloss black, than sprayed red in little areas while dabbing plastic wrap in the wet paint right after spraying to get the textured look. With clear coat on top. Jig saw was used to cut out the side panel and than got some u channel molding from mnpctech, amazing store btw. Design on plexi-glass was made by sandblasting.
awsome job m8, looking pretty cool
now youve got to paint all the other panels the same way
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