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Hey guys how do I take off the top panel I don't really get the picture in the guide. There are some things inside but do I push them or what? In which direction?
The flat plastic tabs, push them in toward the computer. For the first one or tow you have to lift gently on the top otherwise they'll just snap back in when you go for the next ones. I definately don't have to tear at mine. There's 2 on the back and either 2 or 3 on each side, none on the front.
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Okay thanks guys one more thing before I start putting my hardware into my case

I only have the possibility to run 5 fans on 12 V meaning one will have to be on 5V, which one should that be (one of the top?)
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i upgraded to this from a cooler master centurion 5

i finally have somewhere to put my cables!
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Since the side panel 120mm fan makes so much noise when running I decided to do a bit of "modding".

I took the side 120mm fan and moved it to the front of the case. Since I only run one DVD burner I was able to put this fan underneath it blowing from the front to the back of the case. Since I have no other devices installed in the optical bays, this provides a straight shot of cool air across the ram and into the CPU fan which then exits out the back!

Not a custom mod like others but seems to work out great for me!
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Turns out I have 3 molex ports so problem solved.

Now I have a couple of questions.

1. I want to start building tomorrow (Friday). I am missing 2 molex connectors which will mean I will run 3 fans at 3V and the rest on 5V. Another thing, I am also missing 1 fan.

2. Which fans where? I am gonna keep the stock fans where they are. Now, there are 2 spaces on the top and 1 space on the bottom for a fan. I have bought 2 140 mm fans (LED AND QUIET AS PHUQ) originally for the top, but I am thinking of using one for the bottom because they fit there. So where would I put the extra fan that I am going to buy? If I put it on top I won't have shiny LED's but will be less air flow (which might be bad or good I don't know if it's better to have more airflow from the bottom or more exhaust from the top. If top, back or front?

3. How do open the slot for my GPU?

4. Is it okay if I use a magnetic screwdriver?

5. How would I install a DVD drive? I know I have to take off the front panel, but then what?

6. The cables for the power button, reset button, power LED, etc. are very thin and different than the one I have for my case, where would I plug it in?

7. Not really a question but I suggest not putting your finger into the watercooling tube hole because it's hard to get your finger out and it hurts.

8. How do I install the bottom fan? How do I screw it in because the filter is blocking the screws?

9. Should I take off those plastic things attached to the case for wires? How would I take them out?

10. Because I have never built a computer before just looking at the case makes me wonder what to do.

Here is my plan:

1. Turn my computer off, take out all cables, external and internal.
2. Take out PSU.
3. Unscrew motherboard and just take it out? That simple? How exactly do I take it out? What about the part of the motherboard that sticks out from the back?
4. Unscrew HDD's take them out.
5 .Unscrew DVD drive then what? Just pull it out?

Putting into case:

1. Screw in headers.
2. Put the motherboard on the headers and screw it in (how much is not too tight?) What about placing it so it sticks out the back?
3. Install the PSU and sort out the cables.
4. Put in DVD drive.
5. Put in HDD's.
6. Put in cables for hardware.
7. Put in cables for fans.
8. Hope everything works out fine.

EDIT: So far I have the front top fan in.
Edited by Bartmasta - 2/19/09 at 1:51pm
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Turns out I have 3 molex ports so problem solved.

Now I have a couple of questions.

1. I want to start building tomorrow (Friday). I am missing 2 molex connectors which will mean I will run 3 fans at 3V and the rest on 5V. Another thing, I am also missing 1 fan.

2. Which fans where? I am gonna keep the stock fans where they are. Now, there are 2 spaces on the top and 1 space on the bottom for a fan. I have bought 2 140 mm fans (LED AND QUIET AS PHUQ) originally for the top, but I am thinking of using one for the bottom because they fit there. So where would I put the extra fan that I am going to buy? If I put it on top I won't have shiny LED's but will be less air flow (which might be bad or good I don't know if it's better to have more airflow from the bottom or more exhaust from the top. If top, back or front?

i dont remember exactly where the stock fans are but id keep one in front (u can mod and 1 in 5.25" bay too!) but 1 in front. 1 over card intaking air for video card. rear fan. and the rear top at minimum. if u have any extra fans, 1 for the bottom to push air up and the front top fan INTAKE air. so it intakes fresh cool air in thru heatsink and back out thru rear top or rear fan

3. How do open the slot for my GPU?

what you mean? all u need is the push the tab thingy down and u should be able to rotate the tab away letting go of the covers on teh case.

4. Is it okay if I use a magnetic screwdriver?

i use a magnetic to put the screw in but usually i switch for another to tighten =X

5. How would I install a DVD drive? I know I have to take off the front panel, but then what?

all u need to do is take off the front panel by putting ur hand on the bottom of the front panel and pulling. the drive bay covers are clipped on. u can use the tool-less feature of the case but i put screws anyway.. lol

6. The cables for the power button, reset button, power LED, etc. are very thin and different than the one I have for my case, where would I plug it in?

bottom right of the mobo should be where the place u should conenct to is. refer to your mobo's manual for correct pins to connect


7. Not really a question but I suggest not putting your finger into the watercooling tube hole because it's hard to get your finger out and it hurts.

lol? chinese finger trap

8. How do I install the bottom fan? How do I screw it in because the filter is blocking the screws?

take off the filter.

9. Should I take off those plastic things attached to the case for wires? How would I take them out?

i believe they are screwed on.. turn counter clock wise while u slightly pull and they should come out. i never used those clips.. wrong placement for what i needed lol

10. Because I have never built a computer before just looking at the case makes me wonder what to do.

Here is my plan:

1. Turn my computer off, take out all cables, external and internal.
2. Take out PSU.
3. Unscrew motherboard and just take it out? That simple? How exactly do I take it out? What about the part of the motherboard that sticks out from the back?
4. Unscrew HDD's take them out.
5 .Unscrew DVD drive then what? Just pull it out?

Putting into case:

1. Screw in headers.
2. Put the motherboard on the headers and screw it in (how much is not too tight?) What about placing it so it sticks out the back?
3. Install the PSU and sort out the cables.
4. Put in DVD drive.
5. Put in HDD's.
6. Put in cables for hardware.
7. Put in cables for fans.
8. Hope everything works out fine.

EDIT: So far I have the front top fan in.
make sure u put the mobo on like a static free bag and not on carpet or on a place where static electricity may be a problem.

the mobo should only be secured by 9 screws. the part of the mobo that sticks out the back is attached to the mobo. just slightly tilt in that direction and pull. should come right out. it shouldnt be attached to anything. take off the i/o plate too and put it in your new case. that plate is specific for your mobo.
 
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...yah what he said...

For being such complicated machines, computers are relatively easy to take apart and and assemble. Things are modular. Just disconnect wires, unscrew, remove.

The wiring connectors for nearly everything are goof-proof - it's [usually] impossible to hook up things backwards or to improper voltages. ONE EXCEPTION (i'm sure there are others) are the LED, Power, Reset on the CM 690. These are just pin connectors can could be mixed up, but the cables are labeled and my mobo was also. The directions for your mobo will be really helpful for this and more.

Take your time. Find somewhere with lots of space to work (not the floor). Watch out for static, as was said keep mobo on static bag. Put the screws into a cereal bowl or something similar. It will make the rebuild go smoother.

#7 was hilarious. Made me laugh while @ work. Thanks.
Edited by Fletcher Carnaby - 2/19/09 at 9:21pm
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For people with Corsair 750w or 850w PSU and route it through the back of the mobo tray, how do you close that side of the window? I can not get it to close in any way...
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Originally Posted by Fletcher Carnaby View Post
...yah what he said...

For being such complicated machines, computers are relatively easy to take apart and and assemble. Things are modular. Just disconnect wires, unscrew, remove.

The wiring connectors for nearly everything are goof-proof - it's [usually] impossible to hook up things backwards or to improper voltages. ONE EXCEPTION (i'm sure there are others) are the LED, Power, Reset on the CM 690. These are just pin connectors can could be mixed up, but the cables are labeled and my mobo was also. The directions for your mobo will be really helpful for this and more.

Take your time. Find somewhere with lots of space to work (not the floor). Watch out for static, as was said keep mobo on static bag. Put the screws into a cereal bowl or something similar. It will make the rebuild go smoother.

#7 was hilarious. Made me laugh while @ work. Thanks.
actually i heard somewhere not to put a board ON the static bag since it attracts all static to the outside in order to keep the inside safe. imo the pink/black plastic ish thing that the board sits on is great.
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For people with Corsair 750w or 850w PSU and route it through the back of the mobo tray, how do you close that side of the window? I can not get it to close in any way...
When I close that panel on my case I have to lay it on the opposite panel and use my knees to hold the bottom part in the slots while using my hands to push down/slide the panel on...

Brute force always wins!

Honestly though, a lot of 690 owners that I've seen have cut a small "slot" into that back of the lip that sticks off of the motherboard tray. That way there's less pressure on the side of your case from all the cables routed through there.
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