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post #4921 of 23567
New member add me please. Nothing original. Need to get some more drive fastners. Hope I posted pictures right.
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post #4922 of 23567
Nice painting!
That's absolutely amazing!
Get a pic of your rig,
So we can dig!
post #4923 of 23567
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By the way how do i join this club?
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New member add me please.
Both added. Don't forget to put the sig link in your sig. Links on the first page.

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More pics plz. That looks impresive!

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I totally agree with the above....i spent weeks painting and sanding only to have lots of chips and scratches....I also will be getting my case powder coated in the near future.
Am I the only one who had no problems painting and reinstalling everything without scratches?
post #4924 of 23567
Nah, I didn't de-rivet the case, but I only managed to put one scratch on the case, and that was on the back panel, from the scissors, trying to cut off a zip tie that I needed to put in a different spot. touched it up fine though. I wouldn't mind getting this baby professionally done at some point though.

I had a crazy idea before. 360 rad top, 240 rad bottom, 420 rad outside top, and a 360 rad on the back. It's overclocking time.
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post #4925 of 23567
The upper fan has holes already looks like for LED lights. Does anyone make a kit or will I have to make one myself. I have a bookmark where someone has already did it but would prefer a kit if their is one.
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post #4926 of 23567
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Nah, I didn't de-rivet the case, but I only managed to put one scratch on the case, and that was on the back panel, from the scissors, trying to cut off a zip tie that I needed to put in a different spot. touched it up fine though. I wouldn't mind getting this baby professionally done at some point though.

I had a crazy idea before. 360 rad top, 240 rad bottom, 420 rad outside top, and a 360 rad on the back. It's overclocking time.
Nice, Im trying to "visualize" how the heck to fit a 360 rad (397mm tall) to the front , mount another 360 on top (no worries here) and have enough space for the dvd drive and the top rad's 3rd fan towards the front. it can be done, just have to figure on how. the hdd cage is going out, im also contemplating shortening the drive bay to have more room for the rad and to maybe add a window. crazy ideas can be genius ideas too,
post #4927 of 23567
Someone cut the back out of the case and mounted a 420 rad on the top and just hung it out the back.

EDIT: If you meant put it near the front of the case, I forgot who, but someone has two 360 rads internal in the case. You put the top one in no problem, and then you simply put the other one against the drive bays and whatnot. It does actually fit under the top rad, though I'm not sure if it has push/pull, but I'm pretty sure the front one does not.
Edited by Nhb93 - 2/23/10 at 7:28pm
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post #4928 of 23567
Man i can't wait to see these cases at Christmas time lol.
post #4929 of 23567
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Am I the only one who had no problems painting and reinstalling everything without scratches?
I think you just might be. My scratches/chips aren't big, and not really noticeable to anyone but me. BUT when you spend so long painting and sanding to get the best finish possible ANY small blemish hurts

Besides i want to paint the outside of the case and change the interior color as well so the case will be a little more original... a good excuse to go powder.
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post #4930 of 23567
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Someone cut the back out of the case and mounted a 420 rad on the top and just hung it out the back.

EDIT: If you meant put it near the front of the case, I forgot who, but someone has two 360 rads internal in the case. You put the top one in no problem, and then you simply put the other one against the drive bays and whatnot. It does actually fit under the top rad, though I'm not sure if it has push/pull, but I'm pretty sure the front one does not.
The rad is 397mm tall, shortest 360 they had. so far, my calculations, I would need to move my dvd-drive to the second slot from the top to allow the 360 on top w/ 25mm fan, remove hdd cage, remove 230mm fan (reinstall to door, still led ), cut a slot on the bottom of the drive cage and slide the rad w/ the fans, then for added visual, cut a few "windows" into the drive cage (it aint pretty ne ways), the fans would sit flush on the inside front wall of the haf (two 120 mm fans will sit where the 230mm led one sat, another inside the cage. I still wanna keep the cage just incase if i need it, dont wanna hack it to pieces, yet
Edited by wermad - 2/23/10 at 8:19pm
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