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post #9161 of 23525
That does look really nice. Are you going to redo the inside (or at least that one spot) to fix the yellow stripe in the back there? All and all I would have to give it a 11/10 (would be a 12 or 13 except for the one little problem with the inside). Great job man. I can only hope to have a paint job that good in the future. I'd have to outsource that because I am not that good with the paint. Great attention to detail. REP +1 for that bud.
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that reminds me of this scout... did you do that too, or is this a popular style of painting?

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When I noticed the mistake in the back, I was working on that project for a few days, I was eager to finish it to see how it look like with my gear in.

I'll change my mobo soon, to get more then one graphic card, so I'll definitely work on the interior at that time. I wanted to add a red nuclear sign inside, but didn't knew where exactly to put it. By the time I'll work on the interior, I'll have more ideas, maybe involving UV reactive paint, that would be nice. I wanted something a little bit industrial, but mostly militaristic.

In the end, I though the stripe would be less visible. I underestimate the HUGE space inside.

I choose CADPAT because I definitly wanted camo. I haven't saw many digital on the net, and though it would be better for a computer then classic camo. HAF-X is hard to paint with stencil, thanks to is numerous curves, but that's what make is charm.
Edited by Shawouin - 10/5/10 at 5:32pm
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post #9164 of 23525
Welcome to the Vast abyss that is the interior of the HAF X lol.


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When I noticed the mistake in the back, I was working on that project for a few days, I was eager to finish it to see how it look like with my gear in.

I'll change my mobo soon, to get more then one graphic card, so I'll definitely work on the interior at that time. I wanted to add a red nuclear sign inside, but didn't knew where exactly to put it. By the time I'll work on the interior, I'll have more ideas, maybe involving UV reactive paint, that would be nice. I wanted something a little bit industrial, but mostly militaristic.

In the end, I though the stripe would be less visible. I underestimate the HUGE space inside.

I choose CADPAT because I definitly wanted camo. I haven't saw many digital on the net, and though it would be better for a computer then classic camo. HAF-X is hard to paint with stencil, thanks to is numerous curves, but that's what make is charm.
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My project is finally done, at least for the case, I still need to get more hardware.


I added a 200mm red fan on the side and a small 120mm blue inside. I also got UV 12" cathode, unfortunately we can't see the uv red sata wire (well, they said red, but it look much more like pink, so it doesn't matter very much if it's hidden.
so awesome.
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My project is finally done, at least for the case, I still need to get more hardware.



Looks good, pretty creative look on the inside. Still has a military feel.
    
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post #9167 of 23525
I agree. And as for the Biohazard or Radioactive logo you were looking to put on the inside. Well I had an idea of where you can either have it laser etched into the plexglass or get a sticker for the window and have it there. Though I think that the laser etching would be the better idea as it would still remain visible through and would light up nice with your cathodes.


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Looks good, pretty creative look on the inside. Still has a military feel.
post #9168 of 23525
Something funny relating to my HAF 932 happened tonight. My fiance powered off my HAF 932 without shutting it down and it shocked my PSU (Silent Pro Gold 1200). It left my system unable to POST. After troubleshooting it, I remembered had a UCP 900 in a box, so I decided that tonight was her lucky learning day. It's only fair she would fix it for me.

Not only did my sweetie replace my PSU, I showed her how to cable manage. She took about 1 hour, afterwards she even vacuumed all the front, bottom and top intakes.

After she was finished she made a face asking "Why is this case so dusty?" , told her "its a HAF, thats the way it is supposed to be!"

So, anyone want to evaluate her cable management so I can tell her how to do it better?

Can we join the club?
    
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nice gun lol
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So were you standing over her the whole time with the gun making sure that she did it? Or is the gun for us to persuade us to let you join lol?


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Something funny relating to my HAF 932 happened tonight. My fiance powered off my HAF 932 without shutting it down and it shocked my PSU (Silent Pro Gold 1200). It left my system unable to POST. After troubleshooting it, I remembered had a UCP 900 in a box, so I decided that tonight was her lucky learning day. It's only fair she would fix it for me.

Not only did my sweetie replace my PSU, I showed her how to cable manage. She took about 1 hour, afterwards she even vacuumed all the front, bottom and top intakes.

After she was finished she made a face asking "Why is this case so dusty?" , told her "its a HAF, thats the way it is supposed to be!"

So, anyone want to evaluate her cable management so I can tell her how to do it better?

Can we join the club?
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