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cable sleeving will make it look less tangled and more neat.
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Thanks.

I finally got in the mood to take and post some pictures of my orange and red lit HAF but now I can't find the camera... well maybe later.
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ty guys

i will work on it some more this week
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Just got a quick question about those bloody 5.25" drive clamps on the HAF for anyone who's painted their case.

How did you get them back on?! The only way I can see, unless I'm being a complete noob, is to kind of bend the metal flaps up and then bend them back down over the plastic clamp things?
    
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post #1975 of 23525
I put the clamp over the bottom flaps and then pushed the top of the clamp down hard so i could push it back under the metal flap one side at a time. If you use a flathead screwdriver to push down it helps also. Just be carefull as its easy to chip the paint.
post #1976 of 23525
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any tips to make the bottom look cleaner?
If you want to go with a color theme, you can use acrylic sheets to partition off the bottom. I'm working on a bended wave to cover the bottom and side cable holes. When I get it done, I'll post.
This is my first time working with the stuff and it's slow goings - lots of scrap pieces.
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post #1977 of 23525
They just slid in pritty much ! Just get them one end started then slide them through tis how i got all min in without a problem.
     
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post #1978 of 23525
Letting someone else worry about that

My HAF has gone to be painted, should have it back next week.

Hopefully around the same time I get my motherboard back, since it died yesterday morning.
Got onto XFX, had a chat with their help and they've declared it knackered.

It's basically going up to post, flicks through the usual boot codes on the led display on the board, gets to FF.........and then goes through them all again.

Back to Ebuyer with it!!!
    
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Just got a quick question about those bloody 5.25" drive clamps on the HAF for anyone who's painted their case.

How did you get them back on?! The only way I can see, unless I'm being a complete noob, is to kind of bend the metal flaps up and then bend them back down over the plastic clamp things?
for all the mesh i would bend them back to place and use super glue
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Just got a quick question about those bloody 5.25" drive clamps on the HAF for anyone who's painted their case.

How did you get them back on?! The only way I can see, unless I'm being a complete noob, is to kind of bend the metal flaps up and then bend them back down over the plastic clamp things?
put them to the left of the tabs and slide them under the tabs. when you do, you've gotta lift up one side of it so that it won't scratch up your pretty new paint job
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