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post #24581 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

If you slide it back a little, the tool less will hold it in place. We need to find you some purple led fans. biggrin.gif

XIGMATEK Cooling System Crystal Series CLF-F1255 120mm Purple LED Case Fan PSU Molex Adapter/extender included I'm really not liking the brightness of these fans!!! wth.gif

Maybe in her lighting, they might shine through??? biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Kylepdalton View Post

Alright I've been lurking...err looking too long. I've had my Scout for close to a year now and I never stop changing things on it. It is time to post some pics for the club. It's good to see that this club is coming back to life. I must attribute most of my mods to this thread here. So take a look and if you have any questions about what I did ask away.
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By they way? WOW!!! thumb.gif Beautiful Scout & Great Set-up.... thumbsupsmiley.png
Edited by Rogue1266 - 2/24/12 at 5:47am
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

If you slide it back a little, the tool less will hold it in place. We need to find you some purple led fans. biggrin.gif

XIGMATEK Cooling System Crystal Series CLF-F1255 120mm Purple LED Case Fan PSU Molex Adapter/extender included I'm really not liking the brightness of these fans!!! wth.gif

Maybe in her lighting, they might shine through??? biggrin.gif
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I have the red version of those in my Lian Li, the reds at least are about as bright as the stock CM fans.
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By they way? WOW!!! thumb.gif Beautiful Scout & Great Set-up.... thumbsupsmiley.png

I have screen envy, I need to get me 2 more 27" screens then a monster desk to hold them biggrin.gif
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I love the art you come up with thumb.gif
If you plan on not routing you cables behind the MB tray, you should tie those cables up to make them as small as possible. It will help with air flow. Better yet make a HDD cover when you make the PSU cover and hide the wires on the bottom of the HDD cage. If you make the PSU cover you could put the fan on that next to the HDD cage it you get too much noise from the fan on the window. I would test a fan on the window first, CM really messed up on the window fan mounts. You have to use really low CFM fans or it makes this wining sound.
Asus needs to come out with AMD and Intel mid range ROG boards. They would fly off the shelves faster than they could make them. Nice break you made. Just to let people know, if you are wanting to make right angle bends you only need a table/workbench, some clamps, a 2x4, and a rubber mallet. Set the metal on the table, line up where you want the bend on the edge of the table/workbench. Then lay the 2x4 on top of the metal with it on the bend line, clamp it down, start bending it by hand. Beat it with the rubber mallet to finish it.
If you slide it back a little, the tool less will hold it in place. We need to find you some purple led fans. biggrin.gif

Asus does have a somewhat budget ROG board the Maximus IV Gene-Z mATX for $180 at Newegg.ca. It's $10 more on the American site though for some reason. Usually it's the other way around. I guess that's the closest thing to budget as you can get for an ROG board. I'm thinking when/if I switch to Intel of going with the Rampage IV Extreme and a 3930X but that won't be for a long time and the V might be out by then. I may just wait and see what Piledriver is going to be like though so that I won't have to change or mod my case to fit an EATX board.
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I love the art you come up with thumb.gif
If you plan on not routing you cables behind the MB tray, you should tie those cables up to make them as small as possible. It will help with air flow. Better yet make a HDD cover when you make the PSU cover and hide the wires on the bottom of the HDD cage. If you make the PSU cover you could put the fan on that next to the HDD cage it you get too much noise from the fan on the window. I would test a fan on the window first, CM really messed up on the window fan mounts. You have to use really low CFM fans or it makes this wining sound.
Asus needs to come out with AMD and Intel mid range ROG boards. They would fly off the shelves faster than they could make them. Nice break you made. Just to let people know, if you are wanting to make right angle bends you only need a table/workbench, some clamps, a 2x4, and a rubber mallet. Set the metal on the table, line up where you want the bend on the edge of the table/workbench. Then lay the 2x4 on top of the metal with it on the bend line, clamp it down, start bending it by hand. Beat it with the rubber mallet to finish it.
If you slide it back a little, the tool less will hold it in place. We need to find you some purple led fans. biggrin.gif

Yes i Noticed that, it was super loud, and i was using a stock R4, i plan on rerouting the cables and tiding them up a little more this afternoon, i just wanted to make sure everything worked first. But you mentioned attaching it to the HHD cage, how do you mount it with zap straps or custom made mounts in which you can screw it into.
 
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Thanks, I just couldn't do without multiple monitors. I do a lot of GIS/RS/CAD work and simply have a hard time working on a single monitor now. The next motherboard will probably by a ROG or Fatal1ty board. Just waiting for some new processor line up to hit the market. The 955 is holding its own but not sure for how long. rolleyes.gif
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Quote:
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

I love the art you come up with thumb.gif
If you plan on not routing you cables behind the MB tray, you should tie those cables up to make them as small as possible. It will help with air flow. Better yet make a HDD cover when you make the PSU cover and hide the wires on the bottom of the HDD cage. If you make the PSU cover you could put the fan on that next to the HDD cage it you get too much noise from the fan on the window. I would test a fan on the window first, CM really messed up on the window fan mounts. You have to use really low CFM fans or it makes this wining sound.
Asus needs to come out with AMD and Intel mid range ROG boards. They would fly off the shelves faster than they could make them. Nice break you made. Just to let people know, if you are wanting to make right angle bends you only need a table/workbench, some clamps, a 2x4, and a rubber mallet. Set the metal on the table, line up where you want the bend on the edge of the table/workbench. Then lay the 2x4 on top of the metal with it on the bend line, clamp it down, start bending it by hand. Beat it with the rubber mallet to finish it.
If you slide it back a little, the tool less will hold it in place. We need to find you some purple led fans. biggrin.gif

Asus does have a somewhat budget ROG board the Maximus IV Gene-Z mATX for $180 at Newegg.ca. It's $10 more on the American site though for some reason. Usually it's the other way around. I guess that's the closest thing to budget as you can get for an ROG board. I'm thinking when/if I switch to Intel of going with the Rampage IV Extreme and a 3930X but that won't be for a long time and the V might be out by then. I may just wait and see what Piledriver is going to be like though so that I won't have to change or mod my case to fit an EATX board.

I should have said a budget ROG that was a full ATX, too may people stay away from the Gene's because they don't want this little board in they're big case and they are afraid that they will run out of PCI slots.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

I love the art you come up with thumb.gif
If you plan on not routing you cables behind the MB tray, you should tie those cables up to make them as small as possible. It will help with air flow. Better yet make a HDD cover when you make the PSU cover and hide the wires on the bottom of the HDD cage. If you make the PSU cover you could put the fan on that next to the HDD cage it you get too much noise from the fan on the window. I would test a fan on the window first, CM really messed up on the window fan mounts. You have to use really low CFM fans or it makes this wining sound.
Asus needs to come out with AMD and Intel mid range ROG boards. They would fly off the shelves faster than they could make them. Nice break you made. Just to let people know, if you are wanting to make right angle bends you only need a table/workbench, some clamps, a 2x4, and a rubber mallet. Set the metal on the table, line up where you want the bend on the edge of the table/workbench. Then lay the 2x4 on top of the metal with it on the bend line, clamp it down, start bending it by hand. Beat it with the rubber mallet to finish it.
If you slide it back a little, the tool less will hold it in place. We need to find you some purple led fans. biggrin.gif

Yes i Noticed that, it was super loud, and i was using a stock R4, i plan on rerouting the cables and tiding them up a little more this afternoon, i just wanted to make sure everything worked first. But you mentioned attaching it to the HHD cage, how do you mount it with zap straps or custom made mounts in which you can screw it into.

See below, and don't be overwhelmed by my mad paint skills biggrin.gif
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I should have said a budget ROG that was a full ATX, too may people stay away from the Gene's because they don't want this little board in they're big case and they are afraid that they will run out of PCI slots.
See below, and don't be overwhelmed by my mad paint skills biggrin.gif
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Alright Thanks, i'll buy another R4 and do that as well, i just found that on the front where the 5.25" drives are if you take 2 of the dividers out a fan perfectly attaches to the remaining 2. So i mounted a intake there. Just need another or a strong fan blowing on my second GPU now, it runs about 8-10 degrees hotter then the top one. But still maxes out a 69degrees so shouldn't be anything to worry about.
 
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Quick question for my CM Storm Scout breatheren. I lost my HDD tool-less install rails. Does anyone know where I can buy some more? I'v searched everywhere I can think of but with no luck.
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Quick question for my CM Storm Scout breatheren. I lost my HDD tool-less install rails. Does anyone know where I can buy some more? I'v searched everywhere I can think of but with no luck.

It doesn't seem like any retailer or etailer has them but on Cooler Master's website you can request replacement parts. You just have to fill in the form to see if you can get it or not. Here's the link :
http://coolermaster-usa.com/partrequest.php
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It doesn't seem like any retailer or etailer has them but on Cooler Master's website you can request replacement parts. You just have to fill in the form to see if you can get it or not. Here's the link :
http://coolermaster-usa.com/partrequest.php

Awesome, thanks!
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