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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
    Great
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    Good
  • 12% (226)
    Meh
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  • 5% (108)
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post #5781 of 28613
@ K10. Dude, nice paint job!! You know I love the blue. In fact if the pictures are true it's the same shade/ color they used on my case. So, what is the brand name, color name or number, any details you got. I need a few can's of that paint!

Of course you are always welcome and encouraged to post here. We love seeing what past and present members are up to!
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post #5782 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Rockr69 View Post
Welcome aboard zac. This is a great case and you'll find a wealth of info in this club. Don't be afraid to ask for help, but do try and read all the posts as you get time. Again welcome and remember to have a kick ass time!
thanks Rockr69. wont be afraid to ask, all the questions i need are mostly answered, all i have to do, is to look for them.

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Originally Posted by Jolly-Swagman View Post
Welcome to the Storm Scout Club zac,
Thanks Jolly-Swagman, glad to finally in. been stalking this thread for awhile while waiting for my case to arrive. *hope i dont sound like a weirdo*

Quote:
Originally Posted by seven9st surfer View Post
If you're worried about finding a place for all those extra cables, I might suggest the little mod I did to hide them all. Here it is, you can also just check out the build log in my sig. It just takes a small sheet of scrap metal, a dremmel, and some black spray paint (I used plasti-dip).

Looks like you're gonna end up with a really nice rig, keep us updated, and good luck!
hey seven9st surfer, I saw your build log quite awhile, i am amazed at the PSU mod. not possible for me tho , no workshop, no experience. basically zero knowledge about how stuffs work with the psu. but i might try it sometimes on an old psu.

p.s. i must say your "Wall-mounted triple-screen mount" is gorgeous.
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post #5783 of 28613
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hey seven9st surfer, I saw your build log quite awhile, i am amazed at the PSU mod. not possible for me tho , no workshop, no experience. basically zero knowledge about how stuffs work with the psu. but i might try it sometimes on an old psu.

p.s. i must say your "Wall-mounted triple-screen mount" is gorgeous.
thanks. as far as it being a PSU mod tho, it's really not. It's just a bent piece of metal I set on top of the PSU. If you don't have the tools or don't want to bother with it, don't let me try to talk you into it. But like I said, it's not a PSU mod, my PSU is still completely intact, and unchanged. It's just got a piece of metal on top hiding all the wires that are coiled up next to it.

BTW, I'm working on yet another iteration of my wall-mount. This time around, it'll be even more rock-solid, more modular to account for any future monitor upgrades, and have a built-in LED backlight system. I'm in the middle of flight school right now, but I'll get some more work done on it as soon as I get some free time.
post #5784 of 28613
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@ K10. Dude, nice paint job!! You know I love the blue. In fact if the pictures are true it's the same shade/ color they used on my case. So, what is the brand name, color name or number, any details you got. I need a few can's of that paint!

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It says 2301 Blue on the barcode area of the can.
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post #5785 of 28613
Ok, so I am going to go with the h50-1 Move the exhaust fan on the back into the 5.45" drive bay and hook the fan on the h50 up to my fan controller.

I will get my mate to bring me some small things I can't get here then, G.Skill orb ram cooler, dust filters & a 12month xbox-live card.
    
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post #5786 of 28613
I was just looking at 200mm fans Has anyone here looked into putting a crazy huge fan on the windowed side panel(replacing the plexi of course) ?
I was thinking either of the following :
Antec 200mm Big Boy
or
Coolermaster megaflow CM Storm force200 (Red)led fan
on a slightly tinted red prespex panel
    
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post #5787 of 28613
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Originally Posted by DefecTalisman View Post
I was just looking at 200mm fans Has anyone here looked into putting a crazy huge fan on the windowed side panel(replacing the plexi of course) ?
I was thinking either of the following :
Antec 200mm Big Boy
or
Coolermaster megaflow CM Storm force200 (Red)led fan
on a slightly tinted red prespex panel
Hi sounds great. I found these 3 Xigmatek 200mm fans:
Orange: http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog/...mm::13994.html
Blue: http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog/...mm::14208.html
Black: http://www.caseking.de/shop/catalog/...mm::14207.html
All three have 4 white led's pointing to the fanblades. They also come in 170mm
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post #5788 of 28613
How about something like this in transparent red perspex/plexi glass ?

I have already sourced the plexi and sent off the mock-image for laser cutting & drilling
    
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post #5789 of 28613
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How about something like this in transparent red perspex/plexi glass ?

I have already sourced the plexi and sent off the mock-image for laser cutting & drilling
i would love to see this
    
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post #5790 of 28613
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How about something like this in transparent red perspex/plexi glass ?

I have already sourced the plexi and sent off the mock-image for laser cutting & drilling
Water Jet would probably be cheaper than having it laser cut.... Just need a DXF file of the profile of what you want cut out.

Edit... the water jet can also blow the holes in it too.
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