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post #7931 of 23525
Did it block anything? The front io panel has tons of stuff coming out of it including full length USB plugs, I am assuming they did not get in the way?

What type of rad?

Also, I forgot one thing, I was thinking of putting a 140.3 in it instead because the case has the width, anyone tried that?
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post #7932 of 23525
It is a tight fit with the 360.2 on the top but you should be ok. what are you trying to block just your cpu or your gpus as well


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Did it block anything? The front io panel has tons of stuff coming out of it including full length USB plugs, I am assuming they did not get in the way?

What type of rad?

Also, I forgot one thing, I was thinking of putting a 140.3 in it instead because the case has the width, anyone tried that?
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post #7933 of 23525
for now, just the CPU

I am going to add the NB,SB, and MOSFET to that loop in the next month. Then a second loop for the 3x GTX 485 (when I get the courage to lay down that much on Graphics)

But I have to see where I can put a 120/240 inside, I hate outside rads, and I will not put them in unless they can go in the case somewhere.

I ordered all new fans for the entire case, 4x 200mm Blue, 3x 120mm Blue, 1x 120mm CCFL blue, and a 140mm blue for the exhaust to replace the stock. I have tons of fans spare now, cause I dislike the fact that CM puts in one cool LED fan and the rest are junkers with no character

I am just starting this so things are changing very rapidly, but I have an idea of what I want.

Edited by Covertop - 7/20/10 at 7:37am
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post #7934 of 23525
The rad does not block the front panel connectors. Click my window mod link and you will see some pictures. The rad really just blocks the top 5.25" bay.
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post #7935 of 23525
guys, thank you verry much, and ceeder for saving me som doh. I figure I'll use that technique to get rid of the runs and then paint and have a drink after its all done. like mentioned above you guys are a huge help for us noobs.
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post #7936 of 23525
Ohh, that was you, yeah I have looked at that mods about 100 times. I love what you did. I want the fan for now, but I suspect I will be doing that soon.

Is the tape what is holding the panel in? I think I can fashion some sort of "lip" that can hold the window in, but hell it may just be easier to make a new side panel and make it fit, then I can do whatever design I want with the window.

You ever seen the led plexi (or whatever it is) has a blue glow to it. I wonder if you can cut that and have it still work. would love to try that stuff out.

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The rad does not block the front panel connectors. Click my window mod link and you will see some pictures. The rad really just blocks the top 5.25" bay.
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post #7937 of 23525
I ordered a piece of clear plexi and attached it with two sided tape. You could buy any colored plexi. It's the same price.
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post #7938 of 23525
Can anyone tell me a good place to pick up a tool to take the pins out of power cables? ATX power, PCI power, etc. I want to resleeve all my cables and I think I need a tool to get the pins out. And then how do I get them back in?
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post #7939 of 23525
Got a couple small diaper pins? Is all you need.

Basically take two of them open em up and bend til they are L shaped. Then secure them together and keep the pointed ends separated. This will give you the fork you need to pin the ATX pin's ears into the pin and slide it out of the connector.

Check out the pics to see what an ATX pin looks like removed

3 pin and 4 pin fan headers are even easier. Look at the back of the connector and you'll see metal "strips" those are pins. You get them out by pushing down on them one at a time and sliding them out while keeping consistent pressure on it. However... DO NOT manhandle them. If you do then you risk overcrimping the pin and then it can become unusable. Rest assured. The dimple you leave will iron itself out when the connector is installed on the header.

Reinserting them is easy as you put them into the same hole they came out of until you hear that satisfying click as the ears snap into place. If you don't hear it don't be alarmed. Just give a small tug on it to see if it's seated. If not give it a bit more and all should be fine.

~Ceadder

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Can anyone tell me a good place to pick up a tool to take the pins out of power cables? ATX power, PCI power, etc. I want to resleeve all my cables and I think I need a tool to get the pins out. And then how do I get them back in?

Edited by Ceadderman - 7/20/10 at 9:44am
 
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post #7940 of 23525
Can you please add me to the HAF X (HAF 942) owners list and allow me to be in the official HAF owners club please? I can submit pics if needed.
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