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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
    Great
  • 30% (573)
    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
    SUX
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post #21591 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Wabbit16 View Post
Done and done! Some wicked mods here too. One wish I have is a removeable HDD cage, but other than that, it's a fantastic case! It certainly caught my fellow co-workers' attention. And best of all it's near silent
Welcome! and the hdd cage can be removed, see rockr69's case for that, he took his cage out and cut it down to the height he needed it to be at, you can get the rivets out from underneath the case and remove it, and then it can be screwed back in, ask rockr69
post #21592 of 28613
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Done and done! Some wicked mods here too. One wish I have is a removeable HDD cage, but other than that, it's a fantastic case! It certainly caught my fellow co-workers' attention. And best of all it's near silent
Welcome aboard Troop. As AOM said you can remove the HDD cage altogether or modify it like I have done so you can fit the big cards in.

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Man has it been a month?
yeah

international shipping is a pain

but Corsair paid everything
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They would be okay as case fans, but don't have enough static pressure for use on heatsinks or rads. The Mach 1.8 (the most powerful one) has less than half the static pressure of the BladeMaster. It's the static pressure that forces the air through the rads and heatsinks, not the cfms. It's that lack of static pressure that hinder most fans when used on heatsinks and rads.

Nice concept though. But fewer larger blades is where you get the pressure, not smaller and more blades.
Thanks PaPa!!
They do look cool though
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by any chance, does anybody has the dimension of the side panel? I'm at work and found a piece of acrylic, and I want to cut it. I saw the diagram on the first post, http://www.overclock.net/10026348-post11184.html, but I'm missing measurements. Like distance from point D to D, how far from A to A does B to B crosses?
post #21596 of 28613
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by any chance, does anybody has the dimension of the side panel? I'm at work and found a piece of acrylic, and I want to cut it. I saw the diagram on the first post, http://www.overclock.net/10026348-post11184.html, but I'm missing measurements. Like distance from point D to D, how far from A to A does B to B crosses?
Does this help any?

post #21597 of 28613
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by any chance, does anybody has the dimension of the side panel? I'm at work and found a piece of acrylic, and I want to cut it. I saw the diagram on the first post, http://www.overclock.net/10026348-post11184.html, but I'm missing measurements. Like distance from point D to D, how far from A to A does B to B crosses?
the best thing to do Nick is take out your stock window an take it to work with you.
    
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^ I did see that one, thanks, but its really not telling me much if I want to do it from scratch. That drawing is only giving me the length and height, but I need more info. Unless I'm missing
post #21599 of 28613
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the best thing to do Nick is take out your stock window an take it to work with you.
Yeah, I figured thats the easiest and cleanest way to do it. But I came across that piece of acrylic, and I wanted to get it done right away . Maybe I can do it tomorrow if I have time. I was so eager to finish it today, oh well. I'll do it tomorrow, and I will take my time with it. Keeping in mind that I will mostly doing the acrylic at work, and won't be able to carry my case back and forth, any suggestions in how to make the false floor (PSU cover)? and the HDD cover is just measuring the opening, right?
post #21600 of 28613
Striker36; Checking in!


Hey guys. its been a while. ill read up in here in the next couple days =D

had allot going on the last couple months. i DO have a MAJOR test out of the way as of last week though and i have allot of options right now for what to do with the rest of my life.

i have been away. but not resting AT ALL.

keep up the work Scouts.

-Striker36 out
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