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Ya thats pretty sweet!, so what you just screw down the L bracket to the bottom of the case, where a rad or a fan would be screwed in?

Thanks!
Kukag
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Originally Posted by Kukag;14624134 
Ya thats pretty sweet!, so what you just screw down the L bracket to the bottom of the case, where a rad or a fan would be screwed in?

Thanks!
Kukag

Here, I found a picture of the bottom of a 690 II and marked with blue dots where I placed my screws. I had to place the bottom mounted fan offset so it's mounted differently than the usual 120mm spots.

For the bracket, I ended up using a 4mmx12mm screw with 3 small washers for spacing and a nut to fasten it down. So it was setup like this: screw->casebottom->3washers->'l' bracket->nut

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post #15673 of 19729
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Originally Posted by meeps;14624296 
Here, I found a picture of the bottom of a 690 II and marked with blue dots where I placed my screws. I had to place the bottom mounted fan offset so it's mounted differently than the usual 120mm spots.

For the bracket, I ended up using a 4mmx12mm screw with 3 small washers for spacing and a nut to fasten it down. So it was setup like this: screw->casebottom->3washers->'l' bracket->nut

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Interesting, alright well tyvm. Reason I asked is cause I have a bottom mounted fan right now, in the spot closest to the powersupply, so I was unsure if this mod would be possible, but I suppose with a slightly different shaped bracket and flipping it around - to screw into the holes closes to the front panel, it should work out fine!

Thanks again!
Kukag
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Originally Posted by Kukag;14624546 
Interesting, alright well tyvm. Reason I asked is cause I have a bottom mounted fan right now, in the spot closest to the powersupply, so I was unsure if this mod would be possible, but I suppose with a slightly different shaped bracket and flipping it around - to screw into the holes closes to the front panel, it should work out fine!

Thanks again!
Kukag

No problem! And if you take a look at my case pictures again, you'll notice that I do in fact have a fan mounted on the bottom closest to the PSU, the mounting holes I chose are just a bit different from what's provided (I only use 3 screws).
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Where did you get the Rubber grommets from? Custom made from Corsair's?
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Originally Posted by mikupoiss;14624824 
Where did you get the Rubber grommets from? Custom made from Corsair's?

They're just the replacement grommets for the 800D that you can buy from their site. They fit perfectly for the smaller holes, but you need to cut two to fit the larger holes.

Just to clarify, this was not my idea. I saw it a few pages back so I won't be taking credit.
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Hey guys, I was just wondering if anyone has found a place where you can buy a second SSD bracket for the CM 690 II Advanced. I recently bought 2 Crucial M4's and have to use a crappy looking metal bracket for the second one. I have looked on the Cooler Master site and they do not list the part.
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Google is amazing these days smile.gif why would Corsair have a CM part in stock?
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Google is amazing these days smile.gif why would Corsair have a CM part in stock?

Thanks for the link and I meant Cooler Master when I posted that. When I checked the CM site a week ago all I could find were side panels. Gonna order this right now.
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