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Originally Posted by MeeksMan13 View Post
iirc, the only thing the tubes are there for is to keep the cathode from getting broken and to keep it all cool to the touch

Ah I see.
THX mate
So if I take it out would it be very warm?
Can I touch it with out buring my finger?
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Sup guys I ve got a question.

Well I was wondering if anyone could reasure me that it is safe to take the Cold chodes out of their tubes? Like in the Paraleyes MOD.

I am almost ready to start Ive got the SAW and soldering bolt. Will go and get me some LED`s and cold cathodes soon. I might have to ask a friend for a drill my moms gonna flip if I ask for that as well.

Hope someone can put my green side to rest LOL.
Yeah, it's safe. It doesn't get too hot to hold either. The tubes are pretty much just for protection. Be careful of the very thin wire that runs along the outside of the bulb not to break it. Make sure you post your pictures when you finish too. I'm glad to see someone else doing that mod!


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Originally Posted by FalloutBoy View Post
Consistency with the bottom half of the front and I like seeing the large holes in the front rather than the open drive bay covers.

I was making some brackets to reattach them to the case but decided it would be better to attach them to the drive bay covers instead. Then I figured out thats incredibily easy.

Simply get your cover,



slip the small tabs on the metal peice into the grooves in the cover,



and hey presto. Its just the right size to stay in place and if you really want you could use some glue or gel adhesive or hell, even a small bit of blutac would hold it there. Easy done.

Nice job, Fallout! That's one of the things I really admire about you is your keeping everything in uniform like that. I actually saved all mine too.

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Originally Posted by jmcmtank View Post
Funnily enough I did something similar with tinted plastic fitted to the drive covers; now the suction from the top rad is not wasted but pulls air over my hard drive.

Edited for pic.
That is a great idea! It makes me want to start doing some more modding on my two open 5.25" bays. Thanks for sharing that!
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Originally Posted by Paraleyes View Post
Yeah, it's safe. It doesn't get too hot to hold either. The tubes are pretty much just for protection. Be careful of the very thin wire that runs along the outside of the bulb not to break it. Make sure you post your pictures when you finish too. I'm glad to see someone else doing that mod!

HAHA Yea THX it was one of the first things I saw when I joined this forum and I just knew I had to do that .

I was wondering thou, you said that you sleeved the cathodes. What did you use to sleeve them?

And following your advice i only started cutting after the plug-in feet.
I also left the 2 middel supports in tact in hope of keeping stability.

And it seems to be working pretty well Its not bending terribly when i pull it off.

I will still smoothen them out when I get the right equipment.

I will definatly post my pics




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can anyone link my name on first post with my pics?? They are on page 135
sorry on page 335
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Sorry mate I missed your post; yes the HD is above the DVD player; adapters are very cheap.
Got your PM but your inbox is full.

Oh yeah, changed the setup yet again;

EK pump top on the MCP655 and got rid of the drain line.
is that a 45 fitting on the bottom of gpu coming from double rad? was those temps you sent me with that new top on your pump? I have a Mcp655 pump too, and also DD-CPX-Pro 12V Pump, this pump supposed to beat out DDC3.2 pump So not sure which one to use. I still havent rule out using two loops but i like saving the space idea. I hope my ultra 1000 modular psu fits with that double rad on bottom
    
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is that a 45 fitting on the bottom of gpu coming from double rad? was those temps you sent me with that new top on your pump? I have a Mcp655 pump too, and also DD-CPX-Pro 12V Pump, this pump supposed to beat out DDC3.2 pump So not sure which one to use. I still havent rule out using two loops but i like saving the space idea. I hope my ultra 1000 modular psu fits with that double rad on bottom
It's a scary fitting which is flexible in the middle, I say scary because one of mine leaked and is in the bin. Yeah the temps were taken with that top. I couldn't get the 1000w Corsair as it would have been too large. Here is the pump top, fitted with compression fittings in the pic but I actually use barbs.

Edit to add pic.

Edited by jmcmtank - 12/3/09 at 2:59pm
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@Paraleyes;
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That is a great idea! It makes me want to start doing some more modding on my two open 5.25" bays. Thanks for sharing that!
Now there's a surprise!
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Funnily enough I did something similar with tinted plastic fitted to the drive covers; now the suction from the top rad is not wasted but pulls air over my hard drive.

Edited for pic.
A neat tip there...

I'm about to open mine back up (my Sapphire 5850 should be here tomorrow) and I like the idea of making the drive vents a bit more diffuse visually. I have a 120 fan resting in my 3 bottom bays and I still have 2 cheese grater blanks above it. Seeing yours makes me want to do something with the blanks by either removing or covering them.
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Got my HAF 932 the other day. Waiting on new PSU before I move components over.

Should have pictures in a few days.
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hello fellow haffers! i was wondering if anyone wud know the link to where someone modded or added ccfls by the bottom intake fan! on the side. i was thinking of doing this to my Haf. just wanted to see how well it looked on his. thanks

nvm i found it
lol

http://www.overclock.net/case-mod-wo...concept-9.html

thanks. incase anyone wud need to do it also..
Edited by kinubic - 12/3/09 at 9:45pm
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