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post #731 of 23527
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Originally Posted by Patrick Bateman View Post
Has anyone used this and the CM 690? I'm debating on upgrading from that to this. Is it worth it? I have the money, though if I don't buy this, I'll probably get a watercooling setup for it's silence. Not to overclock more.

And how much room is there between the right side door and the motherboard tray? The CM 690 only has like a centimeter and it restricts cable management and makes fitting the door back on a pain.
Cable management was great. I'm looking forward to going about it again once i take apart my case and have to reroute the cables. with one video card, you should definitely have an easy enough time getting the side panel back on
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post #732 of 23527
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Originally Posted by Patrick Bateman View Post
Has anyone used this and the CM 690? I'm debating on upgrading from that to this. Is it worth it? I have the money, though if I don't buy this, I'll probably get a watercooling setup for it's silence. Not to overclock more.

And how much room is there between the right side door and the motherboard tray? The CM 690 only has like a centimeter and it restricts cable management and makes fitting the door back on a pain.

There is plenty of room between the mobo tray and side panel. More than enough for the 24-pin PSU power cable to fit. I would say it is between 1/2-3/4 of an inch. Set your cables up right and you could fit any cable back their. Here is a pic of the back side of my case:



I used zip-tie mounts and cable clamps to keep the wires down. They are like 20-30 cents each over at performance-pcs.com. Very handy!
Edited by spacegoast - 6/5/09 at 8:15am
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post #733 of 23527

Here is my RAINBOW mod...with biger leds...one of it is rainbow led and the second is simple red. enjoy the photos

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Now with new leds!




The top rainbow led changes colors!




Edited by dinik - 6/5/09 at 11:10am
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post #734 of 23527
I like your set up
    
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Hahah I love it
    
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i wanna paint the inside of my case and don't wanna be stuck on my laptop for a week. do I need to keep my motherboard on a removable mobo tray or can I just leave it on the standoffs that it's attached to?
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Hi guys I am new to this thread and am a new HAF owner after reading through the thread I have customised my HAF its not finished yet gonna change tubing to 1/2" ID change double rad to a triple rad and Im waiting for my EVGA GTX295 red edition I was also thinking about changing my drive bay res to an internal res.

I was wondering whether you guys could help me decide on what rad to go for Im using 1500 rmp 69cfm ernemax magma fans?

Would painting the frame of the rad effect cooling as well as I was going to piant it red to match my system?
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post #738 of 23527
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i wanna paint the inside of my case and don't wanna be stuck on my laptop for a week. do I need to keep my motherboard on a removable mobo tray or can I just leave it on the standoffs that it's attached to?
I find a copy of the Yellow Pages quite good as a temporary home, but a removable tray sounds more secure.
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Hi guys I am new to this thread and am a new HAF owner after reading through the thread I have customised my HAF its not finished yet gonna change tubing to 1/2" ID change double rad to a triple rad and Im waiting for my EVGA GTX295 red edition I was also thinking about changing my drive bay res to an internal res.

I was wondering whether you guys could help me decide on what rad to go for Im using 1500 rmp 69cfm ernemax magma fans?

Would painting the frame of the rad effect cooling as well as I was going to piant it red to match my system?
I've got a Swiftech triple in mine which fits with no modifications, just as an example. Don't see painting the frame of the rad as being a major drama?
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I ws thinking either the black ice extreme 360, XSPC RX360 or the TFC XCHANGE 360 Im just not sure which one is best for the fans I am using
   
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