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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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post #23731 of 28613
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Originally Posted by fletch_r21 View Post
Nice. Exactly the same place as mine is. You can't see the cathode itself but it lights up the case nicely!
I just need to get a shorter cathode to put on the bottom of the case, to light up the bottom half of the mobo, because is really dark down there

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post #23732 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Jamyy10 View Post
I have been thinking of mounting my 2 red 30cm cathodes on the side panel on the top and down the left hand side. The only problem is the wires when you take the side panel off. So I have had an idea, when you take the side panel off there is come kind of metal to metal contact so you don't have to worry about disconnecting any wires when you take the side off. I haven't done anything yet but it is just an idea.

If you find anything post it up as i WILL be interested



Ah, nice too hear from your Rockr. Looking forward to the catch up later on .

On another note, 200 peices of Pre-cut heatshrink, 20m of titanium gray sleeve and 20m of combat green sleeve ordered for £50.
So look forward to some pics of a sleeved combat style scout!

Got the same idea as I do with my Scout and Sabertooth. I wonder how it would look with Green, black, and tan
post #23733 of 28613
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Originally Posted by fletch_r21 View Post
Hey all.

Haven't posted in a while but thought I would just put a few more pictures of a few changes to the White Scout. I am still working out what to do with the front panel in terms of fitting it in with the theme and haven't changed the window yet as I have different plans for that piece of acrylic (Pics soon) so will be ordering another one for the window in the next week or so.

As you can see in the pics, i was experimenting with mounting the acrylic on the outside rather than inside of the side panel and with different types of fixtures, hence why there is a random bolt where a pin should be.

I had to send my GTX465 back to the company I bought it from 11 months ago, due to an error with the screen going blank and driver stopping responding, but luckily they gave me a full refund and I was able to upgrade to a GTX560ti which is installed in the below pics, and have to say its amazing! Also, was given a NZXT Sentry LX fan controller which has also been installed!





Thanks!
I love that side panel, the lighting, and the white power cables!! Sooo nice! Interested to know what you are going to do to the front!
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post #23734 of 28613
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Its easy, just get one of the metal plates, get 2 case screws. Then make sure you have push pull as intake then put the 2 rad screws through the metal plate then screw it into the rad. Then screw the metal plate onto the case.

That may sound confusing but here are a few pics





When playing BF3, i get up to 43 degrees on my processor and about 75 degrees on my graphics card. Then when i idol (10 tabs on google chrome, minecraft server, skype, email, hwmonitor and fraps ) My CPU runs at about 33 degrees and my GPU runs at 45 degrees.
this is genius. i might just try this tonight..

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Originally Posted by fletch_r21 View Post
Hey all.

Haven't posted in a while but thought I would just put a few more pictures of a few changes to the White Scout. I am still working out what to do with the front panel in terms of fitting it in with the theme and haven't changed the window yet as I have different plans for that piece of acrylic (Pics soon) so will be ordering another one for the window in the next week or so.

As you can see in the pics, i was experimenting with mounting the acrylic on the outside rather than inside of the side panel and with different types of fixtures, hence why there is a random bolt where a pin should be.

I had to send my GTX465 back to the company I bought it from 11 months ago, due to an error with the screen going blank and driver stopping responding, but luckily they gave me a full refund and I was able to upgrade to a GTX560ti which is installed in the below pics, and have to say its amazing! Also, was given a NZXT Sentry LX fan controller which has also been installed!











Thanks!
still looking good. keep the pics coming
post #23735 of 28613
I have completed my side panel cathod installation. It's not perfect but it looks good Cathods are out of sight and are really bright. Lights up the whole case. Let me know what you think.

All i did was busy a Sharkoon blue 30cm cathod kit, mounted the cathods on the top and bottom of the side panel and tested the fit. Then i ligned up the transformer box with the HDD cage, bought some cable tie mounting brackets and cable tied it down the side. I also covered the cathod wires in black insulation tape.









The only thing is because they are so bright you can now see every little spec of dust on the window and tiny scratches in the plastic.
Edited by Darylrese - 11/4/11 at 3:02am
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post #23736 of 28613
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Originally Posted by jeffblute View Post
Got the same idea as I do with my Scout and Sabertooth. I wonder how it would look with Green, black, and tan
Sounds good, but can you get tanned sleeving?

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Originally Posted by dteg View Post
this is genius. i might just try this tonight..
Lol thanks, its the best and cheapest (free) solution in my opinion.

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Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post






When i get a new cold cathode to replace my broken one, i am gunna do this! This is what i have wanted to do for ages but i dont want to disconnect a cable every time i take the side panel off. So all i have to do is overcome that and i am joining you!

Quote:
The only thing is because they are so bright you can now see every little spec of dust on the window and tiny scratches in the plastic.
I have the same thing with mine because i have mounted it on the side of the HDD caddy for the moment. I can see all the scratches on my window along with dust.
post #23737 of 28613
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When i get a new cold cathode to replace my broken one, i am gunna do this! This is what i have wanted to do for ages but i dont want to disconnect a cable every time i take the side panel off. So all i have to do is overcome that and i am joining you!
I overcome this problem by using small velcro strips instead of the sticky pads on my led strips. Works great and I can now completely remove that side if it is needed without disconnecting anything.
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this will be the case for the folding rig im putting together, ill post a pic later
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post #23739 of 28613
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As always I love me a watercooled Scout! What are you using for dye?





Easy question, never!
hey mate it is Koolance Fluorescent Yellow Liquid Coolant but i bought this cause its very much green lol i bought it from here
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=17860
    
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My PSU cover is coming along, just need to spray some black, remove the tape, and clear coat.
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