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post #631 of 23554
0.o how did you remove tthe plexi glass?
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post #632 of 23554
just out of curiosity, anyone in pasadena area/La? know where i can get good powder coating service? thanks
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post #633 of 23554
Seems like so much work to paint it . Has anyone tried painting the fan screens?
post #634 of 23554
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I'd check out powdercoating then. It cost me a total of $32 CAD to get it paint stripped and powdercoated (You need to get it stripped first as it has liquid paint on it. Powdercoating will not adhere to liquid paint).

this way you don't need to remove the rivets at all.
Wow, where was this done or do you know the person who powder coats stuff?

Cheapest I could find pretty much anywhere near my area (Barrie) was about $200 or so. My friend and I both bought this case, he buying it after amazed at how mine turned out, we both spraypainted the insides and they look amazing. I did want to get it powder coated but couldn't find anywhere that was reasonably priced.
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post #635 of 23554
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Wow, where was this done or do you know the person who powder coats stuff?

Cheapest I could find pretty much anywhere near my area (Barrie) was about $200 or so. My friend and I both bought this case, he buying it after amazed at how mine turned out, we both spraypainted the insides and they look amazing. I did want to get it powder coated but couldn't find anywhere that was reasonably priced.
Yeah, I agree, I can't even find one other than an auto shop. Its pretty expensive around here (Fountain Valley, CA)
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post #636 of 23554
So no one knows of a SketchUp model for the HAF?

I've heard that the Stacker comes close to dimensions.. can anyone confirm or deny this?
post #637 of 23554
http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/prod...roduct_id=2810

Theres the page for the HAF 932 which has its dimensions.
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post #638 of 23554
i'm a haf type of guy myself.











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post #639 of 23554
just another update, im getting ready to put haf underwater. I got some Arctic Cooling MX-2 on it's way, when it get's here i'll start installing everything. I got a couple more weeks until i get my first gpu.

    
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post #640 of 23554
The biggest disappointment with my rig are my XSPC Razor 9800 GTX waterblocks.

If pondering H20, avoid acrylic tops at all costs. It's nice because it's see-through, but it sucks because it cracks. Form over function seldom wins.

Screwing metal barbs into brittle acrylic is a recipe for disaster.

I've had nothing but trouble with my XSPC waterblocks. Leak like a sieve. I've had to resort to gooping both blocks with silicon in order to stop the leaks. The first 2 I received leaked from several screw holes. They graciously gave me a few replacements... which I still goop with silicon. Looks like bunk...

Delrin is the way to go.. or solid metal if possible.
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