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Awesome stuff man! Subbed for this
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This is the best HAF build I've seen so far the top looks very good the silver is nice.
Only thing I dislike is the Drive bays, they are too busy maybe you could so the same thing that you did to the fan controller and make those drive stealth that would make this build pretty much perfect IMHO
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Awesome stuff man! Subbed for this
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This is the best HAF build I've seen so far the top looks very good the silver is nice.
Only thing I dislike is the Drive bays, they are too busy maybe you could so the same thing that you did to the fan controller and make those drive stealth that would make this build pretty much perfect IMHO
I am constantly using both of my drives, so it would have to work very well and consistently at that. The phillips drive has a flush mounted, non-clicking eject button as well, so that one could be a real challenge. You're right about those drives though. They are different shades of black too. I'll keep this in the back of my mind and brainstorm on it for a while. I do have a few extra of those blanks to play with. Thanks for the idea!
post #24 of 132
Could you not take the face plate off the phillips drives and spray them the same silver? I can find you a tutorial if you like?
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This is the best HAF build I've seen so far the top looks very good the silver is nice.
Only thing I dislike is the Drive bays, they are too busy maybe you could so the same thing that you did to the fan controller and make those drive stealth that would make this build pretty much perfect IMHO
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Could you not take the face plate off the phillips drives and spray them the same silver? I can find you a tutorial if you like?
It's actually the ASUS drive that doesn't match anything close at all. The Phillips drive matches exactly. I think what I'm going to do is flip them so that the phillips drive is on top and then just hide the ASUS drive. Or, not do anything yet as I still plan to pick up a Blu-Ray burner and that would get rid of that ASUS dvd-rom.
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I am constantly using both of my drives, so it would have to work very well and consistently at that. The phillips drive has a flush mounted, non-clicking eject button as well, so that one could be a real challenge. You're right about those drives though. They are different shades of black too. I'll keep this in the back of my mind and brainstorm on it for a while. I do have a few extra of those blanks to play with. Thanks for the idea!
yea but if you take the faceplate off it will no longer be flush and the mesh is thinner so it could work maybe you could take a picture of the Philips one up close so we could see what you mean. Its just that IMHO it would look so much better the Philips one just looks so out of place but If there is no way around it just leave it as is
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The eject button does not click. It is a sponge like soft push button. The button itself is hard though. I don't really get what you don't like about that drive though. I bought this burner in particular just because I like the way it looks. Also, both the black plastic color and texture match perfectly to the rest of the plastic parts on the HAF case. The silver is also a dead on match. The ASUS drive however, does not even come close. I will likely do something with either the ASUS drive or whatever blu-ray burner I pick up later on, but regardless of what I do with those, I'm leaving the Philips drive visible.

post #28 of 132
I think the philips one looks fine tbh, just mod the other one.
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post #29 of 132
very, very nice
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post #30 of 132
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Well my old case only had two front USB plugs. This one has four, plus I need two more for my card reader. I thought about just not plugging in one pair of the front USB, but I knew that would bother the heck out of me. So I made my own out of a USB cable from an old wireless B adapter. Check it out!






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