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my failed attempt. guess i'm going to need patience next time. wrong design position, rushed cutting the design, and peeled the stencil while not yet dry. woot. frown.gif

although these guys makes me feel better. smile.gif

I dont suppose you have a build log or guide for that PSU cover, I would love to make something similar. but no idea where to start.
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I dont suppose you have a build log or guide for that PSU cover, I would love to make something similar. but no idea where to start.
my bad. frown.gif no guide or build logs but i can guide you along. smile.gif for the main tip don't use metal they absorb heat, but i used metal in mine because there's no other material i could use and i'm fine with my temps. smile.gif so let's start gathering your materials and make a badass cover for that badass rig. smile.gif
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I dont suppose you have a build log or guide for that PSU cover, I would love to make something similar. but no idea where to start.
my bad. frown.gif no guide or build logs but i can guide you along. smile.gif for the main tip don't use metal they absorb heat, but i used metal in mine because there's no other material i could use and i'm fine with my temps. smile.gif so let's start gathering your materials and make a badass cover for that badass rig. smile.gif
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+1, Never ever buying a Bitfenix fan again but I can definitively vouch for the Cooler Master MegaFlow!
+2 I got one for my prodigy build but made a horrible clicking noise on the mobo fan controller so I used the low volt adapter and connected it to the psu and the noise is pretty much gone so i'll live with it like that but wont buy another one.
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+2 I got one for my prodigy build but made a horrible clicking noise on the mobo fan controller so I used the low volt adapter and connected it to the psu and the noise is pretty much gone so i'll live with it like that but wont buy another one.

Mine did it with or without the voltage adaptors when in a vertical position. Luckily i sent it back and the company gave me a full refund. Got to love Specialtech.

Really like those white corsair logo drive bay clips! Not sure what you mean about the poster paint and removing others but if you could demonstrate a little better i might give it a go in blue wink.gif
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Mine did it with or without the voltage adaptors when in a vertical position. Luckily i sent it back and the company gave me a full refund. Got to love Specialtech.

Really like those white corsair logo drive bay clips! Not sure what you mean about the poster paint and removing others but if you could demonstrate a little better i might give it a go in blue wink.gif
Oh, well good they gave you a full refund. I must of gotten one that isn't to bad. Got mine from overclockers, never had any experience with specialtech before, will have to give them a look.
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my bad. frown.gif no guide or build logs but i can guide you along. smile.gif for the main tip don't use metal they absorb heat, but i used metal in mine because there's no other material i could use and i'm fine with my temps. smile.gif so let's start gathering your materials and make a badass cover for that badass rig. smile.gif

I was thinking about maybe wood or acrylic. But if I am honest, I am probably going to be waiting for the end of the month befor I start.

Don't suppose I can ask the cheeky lazy question and see if you have any dimensions noted?
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Oh, well good they gave you a full refund. I must of gotten one that isn't to bad. Got mine from overclockers, never had any experience with specialtech before, will have to give them a look.

Overclockers are great too, i always like the fact you get a little packet of harribo with every order lol

My main supplier is Novatech as i am a partner of theirs for my repair business and anything they don't sell i get from Overclockers or Specialtech depending on price thumb.gif

SpecialTech give you the option of Royal Mail Special Delivery and First class recorded which i have found to save quite a lot of money on postage vs overclockers etc in the past.

Novatech is up the road from me so no postage costs there atall thumb.gif

Your lucky you got a good one, the noise was so annoying! A bit like something catching or scraping, i couldn't have kept it.
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here i'll post a guide. in this guide i'll be using a messed up bay lock, because i painted it with permanent marker not poster paint.

so here goes
step 1: fill the logo with poster paint, don't worry if you overdo it and get messy because when it dries it's easy to remove and won't erase the inner part of the logo.

step 2: wait for it to dry.

and finally when dry, this is where the final step occurs. the scrubbing part.
as i say in the 1st step since it's etched and the paint dried on the inside part dont worry about rubbing the paint out, the inner part or etched part wouldn't be erased if and only if the paint is really dried up. rub it very hard and see the effect. this is how i panel my gundam models. i let the paint run down on the etched lines or panels and wait for them to dry and wipe the excess with wet cotton buds.
there you go. smile.gif
things used: poster paint and a piece of tissue

sorry if i used a messed up lock for demo, all other locks are already well painted so i'm going to thin the messy permanent white marker in this lock and repaint it again. smile.gif
Edited by ervhamzz213 - 4/11/13 at 5:02am
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Overclockers are great too, i always like the fact you get a little packet of harribo with every order lol

My main supplier is Novatech as i am a partner of theirs for my repair business and anything they don't sell i get from Overclockers or Specialtech depending on price thumb.gif

SpecialTech give you the option of Royal Mail Special Delivery and First class recorded which i have found to save quite a lot of money on postage vs overclockers etc in the past.

Novatech is up the road from me so no postage costs there atall thumb.gif

Your lucky you got a good one, the noise was so annoying! A bit like something catching or scraping, i couldn't have kept it.
Yes haribo is always good lol. Ok that sounds good, yes ocuk delivery is quite expensive, don't necessarily need everything the next day and end up paying £10+ for it! Buy quite a bit from ebuyer which has free delivery option on most things. And also scan.
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