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post #12881 of 19729
i haven't stripped my case so i don't know but if i get around to sealing my homemade block and putting it in the case, i'll take a look (and put in my vented Silverstone covers as well )
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post #12882 of 19729
Can anyone that has removed the bottom HD cage please tell me how. I tried removing the screws, and I don't think there is any hope of removing them without getting a power drill and possibly a screw extractor. I was able to only remove one screw using a rubber band. I've tried several different screw drivers.

Btw I was putting all my weight on this screw using a socket wrench with a philips head tip. This is very frustrating.
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post #12883 of 19729
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Can anyone that has removed the bottom HD cage please tell me how. I tried removing the screws, and I don't think there is any hope of removing them without getting a power drill and possibly a screw extractor. I was able to only remove one screw using a rubber band. I've tried several different screw drivers.

Btw I was putting all my weight on this screw using a socket wrench with a philips head tip. This is very frustrating.
Maybe you are trying to unscrew the wrong screws?

I got mine out easily with no pressure at all.
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post #12884 of 19729
The ones on the bottom of the case where you have to take off the dust filter? I'm pretty sure those are the correct ones because when I got the one and only one off (not easily) the one side of the cage could wiggle a little. This is starting to piss me off slightly .

On a side note I tried some cable management today. It started off going good till I tried to put the back side panel back on . I added a second 120mm fan on top, one intake 120mm fan on the bottom and one 80mm fan on the right side panel. The noise is noticeably louder, but not too bad. Still debating on whether or not to use these as I don't really think they will help with temperatures much. Opinions?
Edited by cory1234 - 8/14/10 at 3:00pm
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post #12885 of 19729
Im not to keen on side fans, but check the temps it might work out for your system.

The two on the bottom with the dustfilter yes, and then are 1 or 2 more that connect it at the back with the other 2 HDTrays, or something like that.
They are not the only screws to take out, thats what I know for sure
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post #12886 of 19729
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For those interest in my rad set up.



I found a template used for a x58extreme mobo here and it worked 4.0ghz straight of the bat.

I am rather pleased at the idle of 44deg which means I will be happy to have it running 24/7. :thumbup:

I am concerned with the intel burn test results. I had everything maxed out and it maxed 89deg at one stage. I let it sit for a couple of mins, but I was ****tin myself so stopped it. Returned straight down to 47deg then back to idle 44.

Is around 89 to be expected on Intel burn maxed right out?

When I play BFBC2 the cpu maxed at 70deg, but alt-tabing a bit I could see it avg about 60. Thats at 1920x1200 every thing maxed out in the game settings.

I love the job you did bro. Did you sand the mesh part before painting it red? Also what paint did you use? I have some old auto spray paint, looking to spaz up the case haaha.
post #12887 of 19729
My case is working out for now but I am intrested in getting a bigger one. My phenom 9850 BE@3.2 GHz. needs one more rad. but I don't have the room yet.
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post #12888 of 19729
You can add me to the club. Just spent the afternoon taking my TJ07 apart and putting everything in a CM 690 II Basic. I can honestly say it does not feel like a downgrade at all. For a mid-size case, this thing is on the large side, with tons of room to work. /happy

My cable management needs some work. I need some black SATA cables, an extension for the 8-pin CPU connector, and a little time, and it should be all squared away.

Time for pics....








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post #12889 of 19729
spaceballsrules:

Nice PCI & PCI-E slot covers! I've never seen those before. How did you get them?


Also, did you send a private message to iandroo888 just as instructed in the OP of this thread?
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post #12890 of 19729
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spaceballsrules:

Nice PCI & PCI-E slot covers! I've never seen those before. How did you get them?


Also, did you send a private message to iandroo888 just as instructed in the OP of this thread?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-511-_-Product
    
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