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Mounted 120 in place of top bay..



Looks neat enough too, just need to sort out the cables for the CC's

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Try measuring it yourself and not going by what you read on internet forums.

I did: http://www.overclock.net/13484505-post1224.html

year 8,81V looks better than 10,5V but it isn't as good as u would expect 7V and just imagine there are 10V and more out there because of the "variance".

As u can see it rises from 0% to 60% only by 0,19V, this is in real ~2% and it wont be noticeable. So 60% of the adjustment is absolute useless. I don't know your understanding for good quality and quality management but i can tell you, this is pretty bad. If i have to review this manual fan control, the verdict would be devastating compared to other manual fan controls on the market.
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I did the same thing. Except I put both my SSD and my HDD. Amazing how good it fits in there. Almost like it was made that way. Here is my picture



What are you using to keep it from moving??
hey thats cool! i didnt know where to put my ssd so i put it behind the motherboard tray (not literally behind it like below where the psu is) haha hasn't moved either. as for the hdd i didnt use anything it's just there. i've shook my case a little and tried moving the hdd with a little nudge and it still won't move! (hopefully its not stuck lol) what are you using to hold both the hdd and sdd? i might need something like that.
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hey thats cool! i didnt know where to put my ssd so i put it behind the motherboard tray (not literally behind it like below where the psu is) haha hasn't moved either. as for the hdd i didnt use anything it's just there. i've shook my case a little and tried moving the hdd with a little nudge and it still won't move! (hopefully its not stuck lol) what are you using to hold both the hdd and sdd? i might need something like that.
What I did, was take an old Cd-Rom drive, and tear it apart. The very bottom "tray" is what I used. I also took the Nexus Doubletwin I originally had holding my HDD/SSD and took it apart. Mounted them together with the Nexus Doubletwin bracket(the white bracket in the picture) and drilled holes to mount the SSD to the old Cd-Rom tray. Fits perfectly, in all directions. Seems like it was made that way. I even redrilled the holes, in the tray, so I could screw it to the case.

Had to do a little cutting on the side of the 5.25 bay, but not much. Still can mount a normal Cd-Rom there if needed. And I mounted a 120mm fan to the tray as well.

I like it and all, and it really helps me hide a lot of exposed wiring. But I am thinking of getting another SSD to move my OS to, and keep this one for games. Both my drives are full, and I have a couple games I want to install. I may get one of the 3 to 4 bay adapters with a built in fan like most others do.

EDIT: I wanted to paint it black, but never got around to it. May get rid of it all together.
Edited by goodtobeking - 10/21/11 at 2:38pm
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What I did, was take an old Cd-Rom drive, and tear it apart. The very bottom "tray" is what I used. I also took the Nexus Doubletwin I originally had holding my HDD/SSD and took it apart. Mounted them together with the Nexus Doubletwin bracket(the white bracket in the picture) and drilled holes to mount the SSD to the old Cd-Rom tray. Fits perfectly, in all directions. Seems like it was made that way. I even redrilled the holes, in the tray, so I could screw it to the case.

Had to do a little cutting on the side of the 5.25 bay, but not much. Still can mount a normal Cd-Rom there if needed. And I mounted a 120mm fan to the tray as well.

I like it and all, and it really helps me hide a lot of exposed wiring. But I am thinking of getting another SSD to move my OS to, and keep this one for games. Both my drives are full, and I have a couple games I want to install. I may get one of the 3 to 4 bay adapters with a built in fan like most others do.

EDIT: I wanted to paint it black, but never got around to it. May get rid of it all together.
wow thanks for the reply and details! i will try this later on and see what happens. i think i will purchase this soon if anything.
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First, well can't really call it a mod, it's more of an obvious alteration every owner of this case should do..

Removed the plastic supports on the top mesh.

Next thing to do, modify the fan controller to control how many LED's are turned on per fan. Plus, need a fan controller, NZXT Sentry is alright but.. too big.
How did you remove the supports?
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i was bored and decided to rearrange my fans a bit. i also decided i like the window more than mesh side panel. i think its kind of sinister looking. what do you guys think?









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i was bored and decided to rearrange my fans a bit. i also decided i like the window more than mesh side panel. i think its kind of sinister looking. what do you guys think?

I really like how your heatsink looks in this picture. Looks like you have an LED lighting up below it around the MOBO area. Clean as can be too. Good job
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How did you remove the supports?
I used a flat-head screwdriver placed over a gas fire to make it red hot. To prep the mesh I put Alu foil underneath the plastic support to limit damage to the paintwork on the mesh.

I put the entire panel on top of a large book, then pressed down on each support firmly with the screwdriver. Took about 10 minutes to do. It looks a bit messy but you don't even notice it because you don't see the rough cuts from the outside.

Oh and the plastic doesn't produce smoke when melted which was a plus. Also, don't remove any more supports than I have in the photo. Unless you're doing a triple rad/fan mod then you dont need to.
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quick shot for someone who had asked how I installed my NZXT fans up front. You can use the ventilation holes just to mount them no problem. Not all of the holes will line up though, so you can drill a hole for the tabs that don't line up, or zip tie. Don't mind the yellow tape, that was just there to hold up a temp probe I was using.
i think that was me.. i have done the same thing in the meantime.. my rig is built now, mostly completed yesterday, just got to fix the cabling behind the motherboard and complete the case window..

made some changes to the shopping list and got the Koolance RP-452X2 reservior.. OMG the build quality on that thing is AWESOME.. i am thinking about buying another one just put on my desk just to look at and drool..

post some pix soon..
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