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post #10751 of 28613
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Originally Posted by trademark View Post
okay i'll do that i'm just affraid to touch my motherboard and other components like i said i'm new in building a pc lol dont wanna damage anything ...
Just discharge yourself by touching bare metal.

and don't drag ur feet or wear socks, because that will pick up static.
    
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Edited by Enigma8750 - 6/30/10 at 2:12pm
    
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post #10753 of 28613
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a teaser image of my scout i havent yet change all my casing fan, will take picture once all is done.

would like to know, those 58xx owner, have u tried sealing of the air vent on the side? it blows hot air back into the case, which is not good for me

Actually.

I put a pair of CM R4's on my Scouts side vents; and its actually reduced the Temp's on my 5850 by an additional 5 degrees with one of those R4's blowing directly onto it!
     
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Diagram Note

1= Strand of USB and Sound wires.. Grey in color and Red Sata Cable
2= Hard drive power wire
3= Fan Light wires
4= Control Wires
6= Main Mobo Snake
7= Fan or light wire
8= Red fan or light wire. bottom
9= Power for your DVD Drive.
10= Video Card power.


Tie down Points.

T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6


1. Take off all wire ties first.
2. Seperate group 1 and 4 in to two groups separate.
3. Tie group 1 to T5-T1-T3
4. Tie all separated strands in 6 to 8 cm increments with wire ties
5. Tie control wires (4) to T5-T1-T2-T3
6. Take 2 and 3 and hide behind fan and drive bays toward the front of case.
7. Take 6 to T4- T3 This is after you pull the main as far in the back as possible.
That should be a good start.. Let me see what you got after that.
Edited by Enigma8750 - 6/30/10 at 2:13pm
    
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post #10755 of 28613
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here u go need help on cable management
http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...ml#post6473990

This is a great place to start. I just built my first and this made life so much easier. Really need to get around to repping our fearless leader for this one.

Don't worry about cables touching the mobo if they happen to be in that area as long as it is the plastic sleeving that is resting and not bare wire (short circuits = bad). My 8 pin to mobo and one fan cable rest near my mobo and no explosions yet. That being said, don't use the mobo as a tie down point .

As was mentioned don't cluster all of the wires into on big bundle. This makes moving stuff around hard when you decide to add fun new pieces. If you separate them more by type happiness ensues.

Just a thought, might want to drop your HDD down to one of the middle slots so that the fan is actually blowing on it and don't be afraid to put some of the cables under the HDD, especially if you plan on making a cover.

Sorry for WoT

EDIT: Ninja'd on grounding and it looks like Enigma is about to put on a clinic. Brace yourselves
Edited by Shiggins - 6/30/10 at 1:46pm
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post #10756 of 28613
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Hey guys , i had my scout for some time and i was thinking it was time for another mod , does anyone have a tutorial or video showing how to get an 120mm fan behind de 5'25 drive bays ?

Its been previously stated that the 140mm fans fit perfectly within the 5.25 bays using their locking mechanisms; i've not tried nor tested this for myself.. Though I did take a Tape measure and measured the bay width, and the numbers seem about right... so... >/shrugs<.

Also, it has been shown in some previous Work Logs that some people have taken old CD-Rom drives, gutted them out and used their metal shells to create a makeshift mounting frame for 120mm Fans being mounted into those bays.
Edited by cjc75 - 6/30/10 at 1:46pm
     
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post #10757 of 28613
Not sure what to do fellas.. I got a free brand new HAF 932, but it's missing both side-panels...

I figured the case has more room for airflow... except for the fact I'm going to use plexi glass to cover up the case.

I'm still not sure... ><

They both look great... but the HAF 932 needs interior work to make it look nice *powedercoating*
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post #10758 of 28613
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Hey guys , i had my scout for some time and i was thinking it was time for another mod , does anyone have a tutorial or video showing how to get an 120mm fan behind de 5'25 drive bays ?
As was mentioned the screw holes line up pretty nicely as is so no mod is really needed.


For my past post on cable management, here is mine currently. It's not pretty, but as Enigma said somewhere in this thread, as long as it doesn't require feet and hands to close you are good. If you notice, all of the spare SATA power cables are jammed under the HDD (Making a cover soon). Hope it gives you ideas.



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Diagram Note

1= Strand of USB and Sound wires.. Grey in color and Red Sata Cable
2= Hard drive power wire
3= Fan Light wires
4= Control Wires
6= Main Mobo Snake
7= Fan or light wire
8= Red fan or light wire. bottom
9= Power for your DVD Drive.
10= Video Card power.


Tie down Points.

T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6


1. Take off all wire ties first.
2. Seperate group 1 and 4 in to two groups separate.
3. Tie group 1 to T5-T1-T3
4. Tie all separated strands in 6 to 8 cm increments with wire ties
5. Tie control wires (4) to T5-T1-T2-T3
6. Take 2 and 3 and hide behind fan and drive bays toward the front of case.
7. Take 6 to T4- T3 This is after you pull the main as far in the back as possible.
That should be a good start.. Let me see what you got after that.
    
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post #10760 of 28613
thanks alot guys going to try to fix it in few mins
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