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post #4681 of 23525
Well my case arrived this morning and I removed all the plastic so I can drop it off for powder coating. My next step is to pick up some fluorescent green spray paint to do the rest. I see that some of you have painted the black plastic HDD mounts and I am wondering if it is safe to just spray paint them?
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so i got my my bigger piece of perspex, thankfully they gave me a refund, now i have a little bit extra money to put towards some paint .... will start my window when i get around to it LOL
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Perfectly safe. I didn't do it myself, since I was going more for a straight black interior, but I've seen it done plenty of times here and no one has had any trouble. Only thing you should consider is that the paint and the power coating will add thickness to the parts, so those can be much harder to put back in after the paint. I only sprayed the case and it was much harder to get back in. Might want to sand down the power coating and the sides of the mounts before you put them in, only on the ones you plan on using, so the rest looks mint.
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post #4684 of 23525
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Originally Posted by j3ear92 View Post
something i just found out.

Fan filter for HAF932

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=26221
The 922 version of these filters are talked about a ways back:

Quote:
Originally Posted by xBISHOPx View Post
Got a 922 coming in for $50 . Has anyone used or knows if these filters are worth the money? I'm all for ghetto mods but if I have an opportunity to make things look nice then it should be worth it, right?

Edit: ^ Fixed

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LOL yeah I was the one that asked them to make them for me. I sent them the specs and those are my computer pics with them on the HAF 922. They are great. I am still using the 140mm DEMCiflex Magnetic Fan Dust Filters for the bottom of my case to cover the fan and psu holes. They are great!!!

Here are some pics of my Computer with them on. Oh and I had them shipped from South Africa because that is where they are located.

Oh and see any resemblance with my pics and the pics they are showing.





I can't remember if the restrictiveness of these is answered, but there is more discussion of these DEMCiflex filters forward from these quotes.
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post #4685 of 23525
i posted some pics a couple weeks ago and still have yet to been added!
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post #4686 of 23525
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The 922 version of these filters are talked about a ways back:

I can't remember if the restrictiveness of these is answered, but there is more discussion of these DEMCiflex filters forward from these quotes.
Hrmmm....those are considerably more..white...then I would have liked...
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post #4687 of 23525
I moded my HAF 932 (painting mod) upon reassembly found my right side panel off so much it ruined my anodized colored thumbscrews. Somewhere I read in another thread that people felt that the side panels were "pressed" from steel sheets and this causes them to warp and twist throwing them out of alignment when de riveting. Anyway, I fixed my problem by buying a Tap and Drill set from Sears and drilling a new hole and switching the thumbscrews back to stainless steel. You need a 6-32 screw size for the tap. The side panel is still about one mm off but the panel fits much better now. I think you can find a single drill and tap 6-32 at lowes for under $10.
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So guys, I decided that i'd finally take the time to sit down and take half an hour to an hour to take some good pictures of my computer. Now to show off my little Canon A650 IS can do



my smexy Apogee XT




FrozenQ's Inverse T-Virus Res. Pure secks.





Inside with lights on




Inside with lights off




These 2 are really dark, but I love how sleek the tubing looks =)



I really like how the fading is on the reservoir in this picture




2 awesome pictures to finish off this post with


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i posted some pics a couple weeks ago and still have yet to been added!
You're added now! If you post a link to your pics, I'll link your name to them on the first page.

MeeksMan! I like what I see.
Edited by FalloutBoy - 2/10/10 at 10:43pm
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MeeksMan! I like what I see.
Thank you that means a lot coming from the guy who made April lol

In the near future, I'm going to go with colored tubing and *hopefully* gentle typhoons

I still need to finish up my window mod. But for right now, I'm good with it just being open on the side without the acrylic. I'm just gonna wait to put in the acrylic till I upgrade this summer cause I gotta do some cutting on the main part of the case
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