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Anyone else have a issue with the back-plate cut out being way off when installing the mother board? I think about it is about half off from being in the correct position on mine. Kinda disappointed in that problem.
Yes and its very common unfortunately
post #6592 of 23536
Huh?

Your back plate should first snap into place and then your MoBo lined up with it and the standoff openings. There shouldn't be any issues with it at all, since the 932 can accept most if not all form factors. I think that only the ITX is not supported. So I'm not sure what you're getting at. If I look at mine(now off to my right) I can see a slight bit of daylight at the top but that's cause my backplate has spring clips.

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Anyone else have a issue with the back-plate cut out being way off when installing the mother board? I think about it is about half off from being in the correct position on mine. Kinda disappointed in that problem.
I would werm but that's why my Mod will be done in September. I only get so much for my loan so I have to prioritize putting the working system together first and then the aesthetics of it in August. My next loan is supposed to Post on the 2nd of August. I'll be picking up 4 extra face plates and 4 cases. Then I'm going to dismantle all 4 cases and restructure the MoBo tray to be horizontally opposed as well as slide out. Think of this as the Danger Den 3.0 My only issue that I can see is the side bezels. Not sure how I'm going to tackle that. But it's in the planning stages. Coloss offered his Cad to do my mockup. So one I get my system built I'm going to put pen to paper and scan it and then send it to him to see what the final build should look like. Most of it I can do with hand tools but the back of the case is going to be 100% custom fabrication.

~Ceadder
Edited by Ceadderman - 5/12/10 at 4:56pm
 
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Anyone else have a issue with the back-plate cut out being way off when installing the mother board? I think about it is about half off from being in the correct position on mine. Kinda disappointed in that problem.
My old Gygabyte was off but my new Gygabyte fits great. I just used some electrical tape on the backplate with the old board.
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I'll be picking up 4 extra face plates and 4 cases. Then I'm going to dismantle all 4 cases and restructure the MoBo tray to be horizontally opposed as well as slide out. Think of this as the Danger Den 3.0 My only issue that I can see is the side bezels. Not sure how I'm going to tackle that. But it's in the planning stages. Coloss offered his Cad to do my mockup. So one I get my system built I'm going to put pen to paper and scan it and then send it to him to see what the final build should look like. Most of it I can do with hand tools but the back of the case is going to be 100% custom fabrication.

~Ceadder
You looking to setup the mobo horizontal? Mountain Mods does offer a Horizon option on the u2ufo/ascension where the mobo tray can be setup horizontal, are u planning something like this?

I didnt go w/ this option as it was going to tack on another $40usd and the back plate was going to throw off my wc setup. just did the the 10pci mobo as it sits a little higher and for future proofing
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Yeah, the way it is set up with the Mobo fairly low. This way the GPUs' are easier to cool and I can set RADs wherever I want them. I'm thinking a 4x140mm setup to use the stock 140s' but I'm going to be shaving about a half inch off the inside edges to make a single grill. So one case is going to lose a whole inch off it. And two of them will completely lose the I/O panels and get the grill extended up front so only the middle one gets the I/O panel but the Power and Resets will probably be Red Vandal switches as well as a BIOS reset switch. Not sure how(or if) I'm going to do that though.

I think I've got to re-skin the doors too cause with the size of it I'm not going to need the louvres for venting.

Oh I went back and took another look at the ABS? I don't like how you're stuck with 2 5.25s' and a 3.5 on both sides. That's whack. It's great that you can HAVE 6 drives but it's a weird orientation. If it had a spot for a 2nd MoBo and Power Supply combination it would be a great 2 in one system configuration for a work cubicle, but the way it's set up now they want too much for it.

~Ceadder

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You looking to setup the mobo horizontal? Mountain Mods does offer a Horizon option on the u2ufo/ascension where the mobo tray can be setup horizontal, are u planning something like this?

I didnt go w/ this option as it was going to tack on another $40usd and the back plate was going to throw off my wc setup. just did the the 10pci mobo as it sits a little higher and for future proofing
 
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Sorry to mess with the topic, but since I know a lot of you worked with them before, a question about Dremels. Are there any wheels strong enough to cut diamond plate aluminum? I've got a case mod in my head (un-HAF related), and I just need to know this before I proceed.
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edit: Tnx Fallout. Its sad when one has to leave a project that you poured your heart into it.
I know. It is sad but the next one is just gonna be bigger and better.
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If it's too thick, probably not. DP is pretty thick stock. I don't know that I would entertain that notion where Dremel is concerned. Your best bet imho, is to have a fabrication shop do your cuts for you if you don't have a die grinder handy. DG tools are really so much better. Dremels are okay but not for overly large projects that put a lot of stress on the tool.

~Ceadder

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Sorry to mess with the topic, but since I know a lot of you worked with them before, a question about Dremels. Are there any wheels strong enough to cut diamond plate aluminum? I've got a case mod in my head (un-HAF related), and I just need to know this before I proceed.
 
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NHB93: It depends on whether the Diamond plate is aluminum or steel, A reinforced dremel cutting disk can work through aluminium DP but it is going to be SLOW going(don't even think about steel). If you have a circular saw they sell huge cutting disks that fit them, I use one fairly frequently to cut thick steel piping. They can be had for cheap ($7-$10) but they don't last that long for heavy use. You can also pick up a cheap die grinder at harbor freight for $20-$50.

Wermad: Congrats on your MM, I knew that was what you bought as soon as you said HUGE. I keep eyeing a pinnacle 24, but need to hold back. Make sure to make a worklog and take lots o pics.
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Wermad: Congrats on your MM, I knew that was what you bought as soon as you said HUGE. I keep eyeing a pinnacle 24, but need to hold back. Make sure to make a worklog and take lots o pics.
I was messing with the CYO tool that MM has when I was looking into it, and after spec'ing and pricey several of their models, included the Pinnacle, the Extended Ascension made sense for my build, plus is pretty much future proof. So, just to warn you, I did start with basic models and ended up w/ the Big Cajuna
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