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when will be new case out? I just bought this...
 
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i am planning to do a window mod next week
i want the tape on the corners to look like this


i found these on frozencpu http://www.frozencpu.com/products/3035/mol-01/C-Strip_Rubber_Fan_Window_Molding.html

is that the right product to look like the picture?
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Originally Posted by sevomemo View Post

i found these on frozencpu http://www.frozencpu.com/products/3035/mol-01/C-Strip_Rubber_Fan_Window_Molding.html

is that the right product to look like the picture?

I believe that is what you are looking for smile.gif
post #18374 of 19729
I think that you need this :

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/3036/mol-02/Window_Rubber_MoldingWasher.html?tl=g44c355s338#blank


The one you linked is something like edge protector for openings.
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i am planning to do a window mod next week
i want the tape on the corners to look like this


i found these on frozencpu http://www.frozencpu.com/products/3035/mol-01/C-Strip_Rubber_Fan_Window_Molding.html

is that the right product to look like the picture?

Hardware store's and places like McMasterCar stock what your looking for in a veriety of flavors, shapes, size's and colors. Its call "U channel modling" or "C channel Molding"

Most PC "modding" supply company's charge a lot for it.



On another note; Started modding my CM-690II Advanced! I removed the plastic grill on the front and top panel fan slot's and removed the grill from the rear case fan area.

Up next is a window mod, and possible modding of the CPU access hole.. It doesn't line up proper with my mobo CPU socket.

Lastly "drum roll please"



WATER LOOP! Not exactly sure about the details but its going to probably be two 240 rad's in the top and bottom and a 120 in the back. Going to a CPU and GPU loop with low noise as the prime goal, Might be tempted to add mobo and RAM just for shiggles smile.gif I'll post pic's once something pic worthy is done.
Edited by KhaoticKomputing - 3/4/13 at 4:32am
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I think from memory confused.gif to fit a 240mm rad the power supply needs to be equal to or less then 160mm deep.

My PSU is 180mm deep and a 240mm rad fits bending every cable beyond what looks safe. mad.gif

As for keeping things quiet, I would suggest looking at the XSPC D5 pump res. combo, have heard they are pretty quiet. Also the XSPC EX series of rads are great for low speed (= low noise) fans.

I hope that helps, if you needed it. wink.gif
post #18377 of 19729
Hi all!

My CM690:

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Originally Posted by ginger_nuts View Post

I think from memory confused.gif to fit a 240mm rad the power supply needs to be equal to or less then 160mm deep.

My PSU is 180mm deep and a 240mm rad fits bending every cable beyond what looks safe. mad.gif

As for keeping things quiet, I would suggest looking at the XSPC D5 pump res. combo, have heard they are pretty quiet. Also the XSPC EX series of rads are great for low speed (= low noise) fans.

I hope that helps, if you needed it. wink.gif

yep, You are more or less correct.

There is a user in here (I think it was Wermad) that used the TX-850 PSU with an RX-240.. I think... I might be confusing his rig with someone else's..

Thanks for the suggestion on the pump res combo... I'm waiting to decide until I figure out how I am going to put my Sapphire Toxic under water. I don't like the price of the full coverage blocks at all. Add in the fact that the rig that will be housed inside this case probably won't be overclocked, I might use a universal GPU block + heat sink's... Need to find one that will fit my toxic.

Anyway if I go with the partial block I might just go with a 240 up top and a 120 on the back for now.

Yes, everything was helpful smile.gif
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post #18379 of 19729
I'd skip that combo and go for an alphacool rad like the Monsta 240mm or UT45. Both will be silent and better, multiport is cool as well.
As for the pump the mcp35x has pwm control and can be silent when used on low speed. (which is more than enough)
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after cutting the side panel:D




i know i suck at modding tongue.gif
i was planning to use double sided adhesive tape with the acrylic
the problem is at the bottom and at the top there is no space for the acrylic

any suggestions how to fix this?
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