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its one panel, you just have to switch out the window for the mesh with screws.
I see thankx . I was worry a bit, can't wait to start moving my stuffs from the Phantom to this 600T. It looks awesome.
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Hey guys, I got me a problem :/ With that 360 rad installed internally (and i guess this apply to any internally mounted rad) I cant get my fans to sit "exactly" right because of the sabertooths heatshink. Arent there any other "reliable" methods for "mounting" a fan besides screws?


Not sure if thats a good pic but the heat shink means that the screw holes are about 5-7mm off and I dont have my drill here and really dont wanna try drill through those little flanges. I just know ill go through to the rad. any ideas?
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Hey guys, I got me a problem :/ With that 360 rad installed internally (and i guess this apply to any internally mounted rad) I cant get my fans to sit "exactly" right because of the sabertooths heatshink. Arent there any other "reliable" methods for "mounting" a fan besides screws?


Not sure if thats a good pic but the heat shink means that the screw holes are about 5-7mm off and I dont have my drill here and really dont wanna try drill through those little flanges. I just know ill go through to the rad. any ideas?
Push pull is going to be hard to swing in the 600T. I would think your ram sticks will be in the way too. Down in the ghetto we use zip ties and 3M double sided tape for pretty much anything. Unless your ultra hard and use duct tape. Sorry I know these suggestions are less then optimal solutions.
post #1444 of 16885
Take your 6950's apart and paint the black bits white and the red bits black OR! just paint the red bits white!
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Take your 6950's apart and paint the black bits white and the red bits black OR! just paint the red bits white!
funny you say that I was gonna do that this morning ;P Maybe I'll see how much paint is left in the can ;P need the PSU white too then
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Hey guys, I got me a problem :/ With that 360 rad installed internally (and i guess this apply to any internally mounted rad) I cant get my fans to sit "exactly" right because of the sabertooths heatshink. Arent there any other "reliable" methods for "mounting" a fan besides screws?

Not sure if thats a good pic but the heat shink means that the screw holes are about 5-7mm off and I dont have my drill here and really dont wanna try drill through those little flanges. I just know ill go through to the rad. any ideas?
When I bought my Akasa Viper fans, they came with some rubber "fan mounts". They make mounting fans a lot easier, and since they are rubber, they give you some play when mounting the fans. Only thing that sucks about them, is that after you mount the fan, you have 4 "tails" sticking out of each fan. And mine are yellow to match the fan. But you can buy them in black.

If you check out my build, go to the OP and click on the link next to my name, you can see what I mean. I have two vipers mounted on the very front of the case.
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post #1447 of 16885
Installed the new side panel last night. Swapping the mesh in for the window was easy, and it looks great. I love how they included black screws for mounting fans so as not to destroy the look. Fans should be on my doorstep sometime today...will toss them in tonight and do some preliminary temperature evaluation.

edit: oh, and get a picture of how the LED fans look on the mesh side panel.
Edited by bmckenna - 5/27/11 at 5:55am
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When I bought my Akasa Viper fans, they came with some rubber "fan mounts". They make mounting fans a lot easier, and since they are rubber, they give you some play when mounting the fans. Only thing that sucks about them, is that after you mount the fan, you have 4 "tails" sticking out of each fan. And mine are yellow to match the fan. But you can buy them in black.

If you check out my build, go to the OP and click on the link next to my name, you can see what I mean. I have two vipers mounted on the very front of the case.
Yea I dont think that'll work I'll check it out tho, Nice fit with the Rad and exhaust ;P did you plan that? I'll keep asking around maybe someones got a brilliant idea so far I've read something about "household goop"? and another post about a glue gun????
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I am seriously digging that white and black combo bro.......I starting to get a little pist that I have the black one now.
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post #1450 of 16885
You painted the thermal shield?!? Awesome! You may have to modify the sabertooth's heat shield some to make it fit. With a pro-looking mod-job like yours I wouldn't use zip-ties or tape....
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