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Was wondering if you just dremeled off the 5.25 bays and the bays under it? I wanna run an H100 in the front rather than the top.

I own a few NZXT case however I don't own a vulcan yet but i'm pretty sure you it's just rivets. You drill them out and you should be able to take bays out. Correct me if i'm wrong.
     
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I own a few NZXT case however I don't own a vulcan yet but i'm pretty sure you it's just rivets. You drill them out and you should be able to take bays out. Correct me if i'm wrong.
Drill them out as in with a drill bit?
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^ yes with a drill bit

On another note. How large of an air cooler will fit the vulcan. Looking at maybe a top flowing down cooler. not going to use the 200mm fan
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^ yes with a drill bit
On another note. How large of an air cooler will fit the vulcan. Looking at maybe a top flowing down cooler. not going to use the 200mm fan

http://www.overclock.net/products/enermax-etd-t60-t-b-silence/reviews/4946
^-Did a review of the Enermax ETD-T60 T.B. Silence cooler, currently being used in my NZXT Vulcan sig rig

You will still have clearance for the top 2x 120mm fans too thumb.gif
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has anyone tried fitting Deepcool Killer Whale on the Vulcan?
does it have any issues with the sidepanel or the top fans?
http://www.deepcoolglobal.com/Product/KILLER_WHALE/
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post #1786 of 2409
Howdy all!

New to the forum but have been reading this one for some time. I plan on getting a Vulcan sometime soon because I love the design alot and been reading some good reviews. I want to know if anyone has looked into it or has done a mod so the vulcan can accept a full size atx mother board? I love the idea of the micro atx but would also like the ability to have a more full featured mother board. Any ideas? Thanks!
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It just wouldn't fit there isnt the room, if you were trying to look for a board with 2 PCI 2.0 slots for 2 graphics cards you would need to go with an republic of gamer board, or failing that i know there is a MATX MSI motherboard out there that has lots of slots. Do not go for this case you you want to put a billion diffrent things inside, take my build for example i have a ATI Radeon 6970 in mine and a PCIe Wlan card and only have one back slot left. Go for this case if you want a small, compact PC that can pack power, but is limited by space.
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Btw guys, started modding my case, i replaced the dust filter and added some green down the sides. Going to at some point put some green cold cathode lights into my system and replace the front case lights with green LED's as well. Thoughts so far?

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I have 2 led fans and both of those are hooked to the LED button. How do I hook up more leds? I want to hook up the front led and an extra nzxt 120 mm led fan.
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Thanks for your input! I still want a compact case (this one for certain) Just wondering what others have done. I think ASUS make a Matx board that will fit my needs. I've done some custome cases befor and i'll post some pics soon of those. Also nice work on your case Rushua! Also how easy was it to take the stock orange LED's out of the front and replace with your own? Easy access? Thanks again!
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