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post #41 of 48
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k Ill work on that blue and tks yan
post #42 of 48
where do you live that your temps are so low?
post #43 of 48
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where do you live that your temps are so low?
In the GR like me!
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post #44 of 48
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Blue thks for the help, been rather busy with homework and studying for finals.
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Hey, I'll be getting the Armor+ soon, I have a Q for you.
How easy do you think it is to dismantle the WHOLE case, including the plastic top.. etc..., cause I want to paint the skeleton black. And how is the plastic top held on? screws or clipped into the top. I was comfortable doing it to the normal Armor, but don't know about the plus.

Thanks.
post #46 of 48
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To answer you question about dismantling the top I haven't tried that but everything else is pretty straight forward and done by screws. I really like this case but i wish it really had the side fan further back.. The Blood Iron board is a little skinner than the normal boards and the fan doesn't hit the nb hs or cpu area at all.
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If not mistaken, the side fan is there cool the VGA.
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post #48 of 48
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thunder its big enough to do both jobs that is for sure and i only saw about 2-3 degree drop in my idle on the grafx card temp at the most. after switching to this case. I just installed a 120mm fan below and that dropped the gfx card temp another 4 temps further. I rarely hear the card kick sense i installed the 120 fan at the bottom. I would dare say that the bottom fans are the real gfx coolers here.
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