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sorry sxulocktor, missed it. i dont ahve a nvidia edition section so ill put you in undetermined until you have pictures!
post #2213 of 19378
My casing without much modification. I wish i could join.


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post #2214 of 19378
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Originally Posted by fat_sumo View Post
hey mercy how did you cut your bay covers? it looks as though you cut off all 4 sides? what did you use and was it easy? also do you need the ruler?
I did cut off all 4 sides. It just made it smoother for the bay to retract. I used ordinary scissors to make the cuts and then whipped out my dremel and a grinding stone to smooth it out. I have since changed that ugly green ruler. I found a clear purple one at Long's Drug Store for $1 and cut it ¼" shorter than the bay. I used two strips as this gave the perfect thickness combined with the 3M double sided tape so that it now sits perfectly flush. A quick shot of paint and you can't even see it compared to the old green one that was just a temporary fix.

Will have to get a picture in the next couple days. I just installed a card 3½" card reader. Took one of the HDD bay holders and screwed it in there recessed to the middle of the bay. It has a single USB plug so I keep my Ready Boost drive plugged in there. Since I rarely download pictures from my camera via memory stick I don't mind unscrewing the door every so often. This keeps the front clean and no need to hide another drive front.
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forgot to add me to unmodded section too ... post #2178
    
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post #2216 of 19378
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Originally Posted by miloshs View Post
One more about the stealthed drive.... how did you stick it on? double sided tape? does it hold good?
I used 3M Scotch® Exterior Mounting Tape (4011) that you can get at most hardware stores for around $5

Once you have this stuff on and it sets in for a bit it will take quite the effort to get it off. Seriously this is why Bill Owens over at mnpctech.com calls the stuff the Tape of the Gods. I used it on the window as well as fixing the stock tape that comes with the feet pads on the 690. sorry but no way will they ever fall off again.
post #2217 of 19378
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Originally Posted by Mercyflush64 View Post
I used 3M Scotch® Exterior Mounting Tape (4011) that you can get at most hardware stores for around $5

Once you have this stuff on and it sets in for a bit it will take quite the effort to get it off. Seriously this is why Bill Owens over at mnpctech.com calls the stuff the Tape of the Gods. I used it on the window as well as fixing the stock tape that comes with the feet pads on the 690. sorry but no way will they ever fall off again.
Ok, but did you tape it over the actual door or did you take off that front panel... i mean the one thats actually on the DVD door, not the one around it...
    
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I got some new yate loon fans.









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Anyone know if a 4850x2 will fit in this case? Will a Sunbeam Core Contact cooler fit? How does the cooling with this case compare to others in its class? Also is there a way to mod or remove the HDD cage as well? I don't like the way it sits.
Edited by MM-K - 12/16/08 at 8:22pm
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post #2220 of 19378
That card and CPU cooler should fit, the case can fit a TRUE. You can remove the hard drive cage by removing the rivets with a drill.
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