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no you killed the happy(tree friends)
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Yeah, but if the dog farts and you claim it, then you might be a redneck!
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post #6854 of 19729
hehe xD

anyway, I CAN SEE!!
but all i see is tears... seems like i cant stop crying xD
damn, seriously, dont take the risk of cutting without glasses...
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I told you to where glasses, according to Jeremy Clarkson you Dutch are on drugs lol.
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hehe, ye you did, and i didnt... and i aint on drugs
anyway, cant wait for the parts to arive, problem with these projects is, if you are building you got something to do but if you are finished you fall down in some gap, with nothing to do, thinking about possible mods, but hey, i just finished one...
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post #6857 of 19729
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Here are some pics of mine, put me in the stock category I at one point had an extra front intake fan but had to take it out due to some odd noises coming from the fan. I have also put in two yate loon medium speed fans in the top.



any suggestions on stuffing that mass of cables behind the side panel, ive tried but i dont want to force something and break anything. I tried to stuff them behind the panel twice now and both times i feel like im gonna break something or bend a wire to the point of breaking, oh and i have two 4870's in there but toying with the idea of only using one.
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hmm, i guess you should try some different holes, so dont put it all trough one...
make sure you flatten them out, so there wont be 2 cables on eachother. you could also tie rip them to the mobotray. it should work, cause i have a non modular psu, and i can put them all behind the mobo tray
gl with it
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post #6859 of 19729
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Originally Posted by Viper897 View Post
any suggestions on stuffing that mass of cables behind the side panel, ive tried but i dont want to force something and break anything. I tried to stuff them behind the panel twice now and both times i feel like im gonna break something or bend a wire to the point of breaking, oh and i have two 4870's in there but toying with the idea of only using one.

It takes some doing. See below I would say that you should unplug everything connected to the PSU and literally remove the psu. After that, with the psu still out of the case run all of the cable through that hole and behind the mobo. Then screw the psu back in and get to work.

At the end of the day, it may look as messy as mine:


You won't break any cables. Trust me.
post #6860 of 19729
I bought some fan goodies today:

2x Scythe Slipstream SH http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185060

2x Panaflo NMB-MAT http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835705003

Also some OCZ Freeze.

I am going to reseat my Dark Knight using the OCZ Freeze and strap a Panaflo to it.

Then I think I'll put the other panaflo as the bottom intake, and the two slipstreams as top exhausts.

The problem is that I think I'll have to point the DK towards the back as opposed to the top - I don't think the Panaflo will clear the NB heatsink. If that's the case then I'll put one slipstream as the rear top exhaust and the other as the rear panel exhaust. Does that sound reasonable?

Is there any reason in this case to have the front top exhaust? I think that it may just suck out the high CFM coming from the bottom before it can get to the DK.
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