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post #3831 of 19729
kashi is that heatsink cover on xfx gts250 made of aluminium or plastic?
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post #3832 of 19729
most likely aluminum or some kind of metal, plastic would not be a good heatsink.
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post #3833 of 19729
Its most likely aluminum, I haven't heard of anything besides aluminum or copper being used for a heatsink.
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post #3834 of 19729
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Originally Posted by gotspeed View Post
you need to stealth that cd drive asap
You mean hiding it behind a bay cover that opens with the tray?
What do I need for this?
I have never done case modding before.
post #3835 of 19729
My CM 690. Complete with as many 120 mm CoolerMaster Silent LED fans as I could fit, including a minor mod, I added a second fan to the inside of the front pannel, luckily there just as wide as three drive bay slots =) fit's fairly easily. I also bought a 90mm blue LED fan for the optional fan slot between the back pannel for behind the cpu, then realized I couldnt get the side pannel on, so I ran the power wire through the mesh and mounted the fan on the outside of the case, drawing air in to the underside of the CPU, it has a guard of course =)

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post #3836 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Nuxly View Post
You mean hiding it behind a bay cover that opens with the tray?
What do I need for this?
I have never done case modding before.
did you see my 2 pics on the last page? it takes 20 mins at the most and looks really good when its all done and it doent changed the cd drive at all. at the most you need to make one little whole for a screew in the cd drive slide so you can move the drive back a few cm's

here they are again come on you know you want too do it

    
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post #3837 of 19729
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My CM 690. Complete with as many 120 mm CoolerMaster Silent LED fans as I could fit, including a minor mod, I added a second fan to the inside of the front pannel, luckily there just as wide as three drive bay slots =) fit's fairly easily. I also bought a 90mm blue LED fan for the optional fan slot between the back pannel for behind the cpu, then realized I couldnt get the side pannel on, so I ran the power wire through the mesh and mounted the fan on the outside of the case, drawing air in to the underside of the CPU, it has a guard of course =)
how well does that v8 cool?
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post #3838 of 19729
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did you see my 2 pics on the last page? it takes 20 mins at the most and looks really good when its all done and it doent changed the cd drive at all. at the most you need to make one little whole for a screew in the cd drive slide so you can move the drive back a few cm's

here they are again come on you know you want too do it
How do you make the drive open then? Are you just jerry rigging a way to keep the mesh cover over the drive and taking it off when you use it?
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How do you make the drive open then? Are you just jerry rigging a way to keep the mesh cover over the drive and taking it off when you use it?
no you glue a ruler across the part that slides open so when you push on the bottom part it pushs the buttem you have to bend the clips in flat on the cover then glue it on to the ruler

theres a how too some where on overclock.net
    
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no you glue a ruler across the part that slides open so when you push on the bottom part it pushs the buttem you have to bend the clips in flat on the cover then glue it on to the ruler

theres a how too some where on overclock.net
Clever, I though you just right clicked on your drive in File Mangler and clicked on eject.
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