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post #4721 of 18210
@ mikezachlowe2004

you can use this one smile.gif

http://www.mdpc-x.com/

or

http://de.mdpc-x.com/
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post #4722 of 18210
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@ mikezachlowe2004
you can use this one smile.gif
http://www.mdpc-x.com/
or
http://de.mdpc-x.com/

MDPC-X sleeving is amazing. Well worth the price and the wait. I need to order some more to redo a few of my PSU cables.
post #4723 of 18210
It looks like I might have to sell my system cause my sister totaled my car today and I really need the money now.

If anyone is looking for a system like mine or knows someone that is, make me an offer.

I hate to do this cause I love my system and I put all that time and effort into building just how I want it but I definitely need the money now.
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post #4724 of 18210
Got in some blue anodized thumbscrews for my pci slots, blue pcie power cables, and a blue exhaust fan to match my blue white theme a little more. Sorry for crappy pics, they were taken from my phone.

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I got blue motherboard screws...but I bought the wrong size frown.gif

I'm kinda glad that the blue power cables were darker than I thought they were going to be, they match the blue pcb on my 460s, which always kinda stood out to me.
Edited by mwayne5 - 1/6/12 at 10:37pm
post #4725 of 18210
Got in some blue anodized thumbscrews for my pci slots, blue pcie power cables, and a blue exhaust fan to match my blue white theme a little more. Sorry for crappy pics, they were taken from my phone
I got blue motherboard screws...but I bought the wrong size frown.gif
I'm kinda glad that the blue power cables were darker than I thought they were going to be, they match the blue pcb on my 460s, which always kinda stood out to me.[/quote]

thumb.gif very nice
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looks pretty good! You should def. try and get some high res photos. Want to see more!
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Ok here is my rig too!
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Got in some blue anodized thumbscrews for my pci slots, blue pcie power cables, and a blue exhaust fan to match my blue white theme a little more. Sorry for crappy pics, they were taken from my phone.
359
359359
I got blue motherboard screws...but I bought the wrong size frown.gif
I'm kinda glad that the blue power cables were darker than I thought they were going to be, they match the blue pcb on my 460s, which always kinda stood out to me.

This is really nice man. I like it. Very nice theme.
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post #4729 of 18210
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Oh thank you. I noticed you had SE listed in the starter thread. Thats what I thought meant snow edition. Thank you for clearing that up. I didn't see anything on corsair site that said special edition but i could definitely be wrong cause I wasn't looking for it.

Thank you for the info on the fan controller. I talked to corsair about replacing the fan controller. They said that I shouldn't have any problems connectiing other kinds of fans. they said they would replace it but that I would have to send in mine first and I cant really go without four fans. Although I may be able to hook them up another way.

Thanks for the help. I have a very nice cooling setup on this case that I will share with you guys once I get some better pics.

Actually, I didn't create this thread. Here's a link to the Corsair description of the SE:

http://www.corsair.com/pc-cases/graphite-series-pc-case/special-edition-white-graphite-series-600t-mid-tower-case.html

You should be able to use 3-pin to molex adapters so you can connect your fans direct to the PSU. Since you have an H80 I don't think going without fans for a short period of time should cause any damage. In your position, I would just leave the side panel off until the replacement came in. However, I would recommend using an after market fan controller as they seem much more robust and use larger transistors and heatsinks.
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Originally Posted by neau7Ill View Post

what is the easiest way to remove the plastic support on the top removable mesh panel thingy? if i remove it will it fit two 140mm fans? also a very noob question but how do i create those fancy build logs tongue.gif

If you remove the mesh and look under you can see the mesh is held in with bent tabs. You can unbend the tabs and remove the mesh. At this point it's really your choice on how to remove the parts of the frame you don't want. I used a Dremel on mine. I have not tried a 140mm fan but personally I don't think it will fit in the rear position without removing too much of the plastic from the mesh frame at the back. Also, don't get anything thicker than 25mm or it may not fit under the mesh.
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It's actually one continuous piece of very thin automotive vacuum tubing that I carefully split down the entire length with a razor blade, then lightly dabbed inside the incision with super glue. That u-channel trim stuff does not do sharp radii (and especially external radii) very well but the fine vacuum tubing is extremely flexible.

That's great. I have a spare side panel here and I will consider your solution. It really turned out well on your case. That's a great find (++).
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Originally Posted by mikezachlowe2004 View Post

It looks like I might have to sell my system cause my sister totaled my car today and I really need the money now.

If anyone is looking for a system like mine or knows someone that is, make me an offer.

I hate to do this cause I love my system and I put all that time and effort into building just how I want it but I definitely need the money now.

That really sucks man. Why isn't your sister paying for this? Seems if she borrowed your car she should be responsible for any damage or related costs. Family....sheesh....
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Ok here is my rig too!

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That's a very clean build. Nice cable management. I guess you're using an external optical drive?


Hey, did anyone else get a freaking ad emailed to them? I think maybe ocn needs to fix their spam filter. If there's any hackers here, feel free to DDOS netetrader.com.
Edited by Mergatroid - 1/7/12 at 3:35pm
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post #4730 of 18210
Taank you, thats what i ended up doing im just not a fan of bending things as i know if you put in a lil bit too much muscle they tend to break.. but the 140mm fits perfectly in the middle with the other two 120mm in the case. but i am going to replace the stock h100 fans they are way too noisy.
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