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Hmmm but here we cant get Yate Loon fans etc but i can get CM fans and antec, the tri cools are what i wana go for, but they too expensive, so i am rather getting 2 x http://www.coolermaster.com/products...ate=36&id=6037 and then 6 x http://www.prophecy.co.za/coolermast...m-p-22212.html as well as this http://www.coolermaster.com/products...ate=65&id=2542 which i will put the one NICE CM on its nice all together, but i am currently running 2000RPM Thermaltake fans (stock black), i want my case to light up hence all these LED fans, but also want good cooling, so is 1200RPM enough or should i spend more and get Tri Cool fans or what u guys recommend, currently my system with 6 x 2000RPM fans is LOUD and wana get it quieter but still maintain my very nice temps (bcoz SA is hot), so what u guys rate? Sorry for the long message like clarifying
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Hmmm but here we cant get Yate Loon fans etc but i can get CM fans and antec, the tri cools are what i wana go for, but they too expensive, so i am rather getting 2 x http://www.coolermaster.com/products...ate=36&id=6037 and then 6 x http://www.prophecy.co.za/coolermast...m-p-22212.html as well as this http://www.coolermaster.com/products...ate=65&id=2542 which i will put the one NICE CM on its nice all together, but i am currently running 2000RPM Thermaltake fans (stock black), i want my case to light up hence all these LED fans, but also want good cooling, so is 1200RPM enough or should i spend more and get Tri Cool fans or what u guys recommend, currently my system with 6 x 2000RPM fans is LOUD and wana get it quieter but still maintain my very nice temps (bcoz SA is hot), so what u guys rate? Sorry for the long message like clarifying
VulcanX,

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VulcanX,

Please feel free to use the "." every so often! That has got to be the LONGEST "run on" sentence I have seen here to date!
lol. no kidding.

I'll even go out far enough to say this:

If we can read what you're saying, it will make it that much easier for us to help you. When I posted what I did the other day about the TOS/Punctuation/etc, it was a set of rules that I created. It was a set of rules that Overclock.net has put out there for everyone that uses the forum.

Also, to help out somewhat, as far as I recall Antec Tri-cools are Yates.
Edited by trogalicious - 3/25/09 at 5:49am
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post #3234 of 19729
Hmmm but here we cant get Yate Loon fans etc but i can get CM fans and antec, the tri cools are what i wana go for, but they too expensive. So i am rather getting 2 x http://www.coolermaster.com/products...ate=36&id=6037, and then 6 x http://www.prophecy.co.za/coolermast...m-p-22212.html, as well as this http://www.coolermaster.com/products...ate=65&id=2542 which i will put the one NICE CM on its nice all together. I am currently running 2000RPM Thermaltake fans (stock black), i want my case to light up hence all these LED fans, but also want good cooling, so is 1200RPM enough or should i spend more and get Tri Cool fans or what u guys recommend? currently my system with 6 x 2000RPM fans is LOUD and wana get it quieter but still maintain my very nice temps (bcoz SA is hot), so what u guys rate? Sorry for the long message like clarifying
Sorry for the long @$$ message again, tried to clear it up here
Oh and btw if Yate Loons are Tri Cools would that explain why they so expensive? I like the fact that u can get 1600RPM, i think that is the optimum, with air flow and noise taken into account.
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post #3235 of 19729
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Originally Posted by VulcanX View Post
Hmmm but here we cant get Yate Loon fans etc but i can get CM fans and antec, the tri cools are what i wana go for, but they too expensive. So i am rather getting 2 x http://www.coolermaster.com/products...ate=36&id=6037, and then 6 x http://www.prophecy.co.za/coolermast...m-p-22212.html, as well as this http://www.coolermaster.com/products...ate=65&id=2542 which i will put the one NICE CM on its nice all together. I am currently running 2000RPM Thermaltake fans (stock black), i want my case to light up hence all these LED fans, but also want good cooling, so is 1200RPM enough or should i spend more and get Tri Cool fans or what u guys recommend? currently my system with 6 x 2000RPM fans is LOUD and wana get it quieter but still maintain my very nice temps (bcoz SA is hot), so what u guys rate? Sorry for the long message like clarifying
Sorry for the long @$$ message again, tried to clear it up here
Oh and btw if Yate Loons are Tri Cools would that explain why they so expensive? I like the fact that u can get 1600RPM, i think that is the optimum, with air flow and noise taken into account.
same reason people will pay more for a Mercury when it's just a dressed up Ford... or an Acura, when it's really just a Honda.
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Hi guys,

I'm new to case modding. I have an unmoded 690 and have been following the club for a while.
I'd like to have a window on the side panel. (something like his: http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...ml#post5837304).

Instead of normal transparent acrylic, I'll use the Acryan mirror2. The problem is, I have some experience using dremel on steel and aliminium cutting but have no idea on acrylic.

Is it possible to cut using dremel? If yes what kind of disc should I use? Or what do you suggest?
Thanks

PS.I'll post some as it is pictures asap.
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I would also like to know the following as i wana get a clear panel exact same one as what foister wants and i wana try do as much as possible on my own, what material is strong, easy to work with and doesnt scratch too easily, with regards to acrylic etc etc...
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Originally Posted by TheFoister View Post
Hi guys,

I'm new to case modding. I have an unmoded 690 and have been following the club for a while.
I'd like to have a window on the side panel. (something like his: http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...ml#post5837304).

Instead of normal transparent acrylic, I'll use the Acryan mirror2. The problem is, I have some experience using dremel on steel and aliminium cutting but have no idea on acrylic.

Is it possible to cut using dremel? If yes what kind of disc should I use? Or what do you suggest?
Thanks

PS.I'll post some as it is pictures asap.

Quote:
Originally Posted by VulcanX View Post
I would also like to know the following as i wana get a clear panel exact same one as what foister wants and i wana try do as much as possible on my own, what material is strong, easy to work with and doesnt scratch too easily, with regards to acrylic etc etc...
read this: CyberDruid's Guide to Working With Acrylic

and the CyberDruid guide to basic PC mods

and the CyberDruid Window Mod Guide
the guy is an absolute genius. Read what he recommends, follow it, and you'll be alright.
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Well it took me a while but you can finally count me in.
I got my replacement PSU in from newegg yesterday and finished the build/vista install around midnight. In all my excitement to get this thing finally finished i didn't take any interior shots. I did some light modding and removed the honeycomb from both the top and front. I also took the 120mm fan that came on the side panel and put it in the 5.25 bay. I have 2x 120mm Yates on the top as exhaust as well as the stock rear exhast. Then a 120mm x 38mm Ultra Kaze set to intake from the bottom of the case. Thanks to everyone here for your help.


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Well it took me a while but you can finally count me in.
I got my replacement PSU in from newegg yesterday and finished the build/vista install around midnight. In all my excitement to get this thing finally finished i didn't take any interior shots. I did some light modding and removed the honeycomb from both the top and front. I also took the 120mm fan that came on the side panel and put it in the 5.25 bay. I have 2x 120mm Yates on the top as exhaust as well as the stock rear exhast. Then a 120mm x 38mm Ultra Kaze set to intake from the bottom of the case. Thanks to everyone here for your help.
Dude, GLAD to see that everything is in and running for you. Welcome back. The case looks great.. as does the rest of the setup.
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