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Originally Posted by godofdeath View Post
what do i use to remove the plastic, i doubt i want to remove the metal

and if i remove the plastic, is there room up there now to stick 25mm high fans?
I would use anything that can cut through wood or metal, or anything that can clip somewhat-thick wires. I've never done this, so I don't know what most people use.
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Originally Posted by spiderm0nkey View Post
A knife if you want. I can't remember the name of the things I used. TwoCables will probably suggest it. And no. I don't think there is enough room to stick fans in there. From memory you have to remove the metal grille.
But I've never done this (or any modding).
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post #11672 of 19729
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
I would use anything that can cut through wood or metal, or anything that can clip somewhat-thick wires. I've never done this, so I don't know what most people use.

But I've never done this (or any modding).
Oh. I had hoped that you would use your powers to pull the image out of my head and tell me what it was called I think what I'm thinking of anyway are wire cutters lol.
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post #11673 of 19729
i dont think my tiny wire cutters will do the trick
i think i might take the mesh thing off and then do it
that'll probably be done in like 1 month from now
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post #11674 of 19729
I did my mod with Tin snips and a carpet blade. Worked pretty well.
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I did my mod with Tin snips and a carpet blade. Worked pretty well.
got pics?
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post #11676 of 19729
I can't really get a picture of it because the radiator is sitting on top of it.

But this was also done with Tin snips:



Tried to get a shot from the bottom:
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post #11677 of 19729
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Oh. I had hoped that you would use your powers to pull the image out of my head and tell me what it was called I think what I'm thinking of anyway are wire cutters lol.
I tried to, but then I got a bit confused. But I think that it's because you're a female. I mean, you know how complex women are to most men.

But it looks like I was right after all even though I made other guesses. I just needed a Pause button.
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post #11678 of 19729
tin snips/wire cutters/dremel.

Q: if i said fermi uses too much power and puts out too much heat would you guys deem that being trolling?
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post #11679 of 19729
i cut mine out the plastic with a good sized wire cutters, fans will fit with just the plastic but cutting the metal out makes them a bit quieter and mounted down a tad bit.

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Originally Posted by T3h_Ch33z_Muncha View Post
tin snips/wire cutters/dremel.

Q: if i said fermi uses too much power and puts out too much heat would you guys deem that being trolling?
say it and lets see what happens...



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post #11680 of 19729
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I can't find the ones i like.. smokey translucent blade ..
i wish GELID makes a red version of it ..
So, you are a fan of Gelid fans?

Good News to you. Gelid does have a red fan, esentially like their Wing 12 Blue and Green.

Phoyba is Gelid's (European) OEM and it carries a red . It is called Nano-G 12. The 120mm fan has a waterproof black frame model and a non-waterproof transparent frame model. There is also a 140mm black frame waterproof model.

Link: http://www.aquatuning.de/manufacture...c/106/categ/47
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