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Okay thanks a lot guys. I think I know everything now.

I don't have an anti static wristband, but as long as i'm not charged and I'm only touching my computer while standing on a wooden floor I should be fine right?
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Okay thanks a lot guys. I think I know everything now.

I don't have an anti static wristband, but as long as i'm not charged and I'm only touching my computer while standing on a wooden floor I should be fine right?
You should be fine... good luck with the build once everything comes in.
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I need some ideas of a better way to mount an extra 120mm front fan in the 5.25" bays
I have 1 screw holding it in the break off metal peice covering the bay
all i have is a dvd drive on the top and a fan controller on the second bay
do you want to secure it more? zippy ties are the cheapest solution if the fan mounting hole is misaligned. its gotta be nice and tight though.
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Okay thanks a lot guys. I think I know everything now.

I don't have an anti static wristband, but as long as i'm not charged and I'm only touching my computer while standing on a wooden floor I should be fine right?
you can have an electrical appliance plugged into a nearby outlet (metallic ex.lamp-toaster) and occasionally touching it to make sure your not +/- charged / preferably a 3 pronged plug for grounding purposes. for precautionary edit -measures
Edited by pohtangina - 2/26/09 at 9:43am
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you can have an electrical appliance plugged into a nearby outlet (metallic ex.lamp-toaster) and occasionally touching it to make sure your not +/- charged / preferably a 3 pronged plug for grounding purposes. for precautionary edit -measures
Thanks for that. Although I don't think i've ever got shocked with static in my house.

Anyways, I took some pictures of me putting the fans in.

I've got a problem, I don't know what to do with the exhaust fan cable. I will play around with it once my motherboard is installed.

But before I put my parts into my new case, I will have to buy some canned air. My computer is really dusty.
















Edited by Bartmasta - 2/26/09 at 10:21am
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do you want to secure it more? zippy ties are the cheapest solution if the fan mounting hole is misaligned. its gotta be nice and tight though.
something to keep it secure and reduce the noise, cause right now its vibrating alot and making more noise than all the other fans combined
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Thanks for that. Although I don't think i've ever got shocked with static in my house.

Anyways, I took some pictures of me putting the fans in.

I've got a problem, I don't know what to do with the exhaust fan cable. I will play around with it once my motherboard is installed.

But before I put my parts into my new case, I will have to buy some canned air. My computer is really dusty.
Looks good so far, keep us posted.
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something to keep it secure and reduce the noise, cause right now its vibrating alot and making more noise than all the other fans combined
1.rubber fan mounting screws

QUIET PC

EDIT JABTECH (cheaper option)

also

SVC

edit nvm this forgot you had a fan controller xxxx
2. or use a fan controller - guessing its a high rpmxxxxx
Edited by pohtangina - 2/26/09 at 1:18pm
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Thanks for that. Although I don't think i've ever got shocked with static in my house.

Anyways, I took some pictures of me putting the fans in.

I've got a problem, I don't know what to do with the exhaust fan cable. I will play around with it once my motherboard is installed.
yea youll be ok...keep in mind about cable management. it might save you the time+headache of rearranging your cables later on (airflow/appearance) Im pretty sure there are many pics on this thread of how to tuck in those cables have fun
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...Im pretty sure there are many pics on this thread of how to tuck in those cables have fun
and just as many more that are done so well that you'll be riddled with jealousy!

I'm actually pulling every component this weekend just to redo mine. Of course, I'm switching out fans too.

And building a ram cooler.

pics to follow.
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