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SO um yeah, I just figured out that one of those pics was the inside and one was the outside.

PUI

me fail




I like it so far though, good work. As for the more beer..........
some mind tricks for ya! lol, just jk.

since i have the i/o pcb out, Im going to change the blue pwr/hdd led using Touge's guide, got a radio shack just a stone throw away. i/o panel is gonna need some serious work, still not sure where to find bondo for plastic, ne one know what type of plastic is the i/o panel??? i have hacked it too much, cant find the stamp. Im looking for the same methods Paraleyes used on his i/o panel mod, though mind would be a "wrap around" effect to preserve the shroud.
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Okay guys im new i just had 1 question. is it posible to remove front fan and place the side fan in there? thanks in advanced for the awnser. sorry if i have misspelled stuff dutchie here
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Question about powder coating; after it's done can the chassis still be cut, drilled etc? I've seen some really nice results with it but I'm not sure how the surface behaves; eg is it like thick enamel?
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Ummm Tank? Can you cut your case now? It's PC'ed inside and out bro.

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Question about powder coating; after it's done can the chassis still be cut, drilled etc? I've seen some really nice results with it but I'm not sure how the surface behaves; eg is it like thick enamel?
Nope no way not on Mt. Olympus you can't...

j/k

Yes you can. They are all 230/200mm and are interchangeable. Only the 140 is not interchangeable at any other spot.

Sorry bout bein a wiseass, I just got out of a pathetic debate with a Brit 920 OC'er. lol

~Ceadder

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Okay guys im new i just had 1 question. is it posible to remove front fan and place the side fan in there? thanks in advanced for the awnser. sorry if i have misspelled stuff dutchie here
 
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HAF 932? Yeah, it's the same size.
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some mind tricks for ya! lol, just jk.

i/o panel is gonna need some serious work, still not sure where to find bondo for plastic, ne one know what type of plastic is the i/o panel??? i have hacked it too much, cant find the stamp.
Whoa, it's 6am. Anyway long strand fiberglass filler for big gaps followed by short strand or bondo for finishing work. Fiberglass resins bond to like everything but long strand blends are better for filler work where bondo would normally crack.


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Question about powder coating; after it's done can the chassis still be cut, drilled etc? I've seen some really nice results with it but I'm not sure how the surface behaves; eg is it like thick enamel?
PC is basically a plastic type finish, drilling and cutting is just as easy as with bare steel. I would compare it to a epoxy type finish, very durable. It will not chip off it pieces like paint will, more or less chips off under areas of high stress. Buy why in the hell would you want to mod after PC? I for one can't bring myself to drill it or cut it, spent too much money on getting it coated. It is about the thickness of 3coats of spray paint and 3 of clear, but this depends on the texture of the coating. My finish has chipped in one spot, where I over torqued a screw, but unlike paint it is only under the screw head and doesn't spread. Hope this helps
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HAF 932 that what i meant yea. Thanks that all i needed to know now onwards to vind a site that has it in stock in The Netherlands.
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Ummm Tank? Can you cut your case now? It's PC'ed inside and out bro.

~Ceadder
OK, thanks, thought it was something space-age!
(Ref ur argument on another thread, AMD 1090T Black Edition £244.99, Intel Core i7 980X £867.98, enuff said!)
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PC is basically a plastic type finish, drilling and cutting is just east as with bare steel. I would compare it to a epoxy type finish, very durable. It will not chip off it pieces like paint will, more or less chips off under areas of high stress. Buy why in the hell would you want to mod after PC? I for one can't bring myself to drill it or cut it, spent too much money on getting it coated. It is about the thickness of 3coats of spray paint and 3 of clear, but this depends on the texture of the coating. My finish has chipped in one spot, where I over torqued a screw, but unlike paint it is only under the screw head and doesn't spread. Hope this helps
That's it in a nutshell, think I'd need to be REALLY sure I'd finished before getting it done........and the chances of that are remote!
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Yo you are talking to the #1 mind changer ever. I am constantly like hmm maybe I should I have done this before I took it in... Main thing was some management holes in the top 5 3/4 bays, but I bent the tabs way in with no chipping what so ever. PC is pretty flexible

Edit : can't spell it's bed time
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