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Only wire I'm worried won't reach is the atx 8-pin. i have extra pins and wire so I might just make a custom one if it does not reach. the 24-pin, pcie, molex, & sata should have no problem reaching their places.

I did test fit the front panel with the hot swap bay door and it does close with the angled power cord but there is no way to vent the psu exhaust. So I'm going back to my previous mod which is to fill in that area with drive-bay slot covers. I email corsair cs (per CorsairGeorge) to get some extra slot covers as I'll be missing some on top due to no more bay reservoir.

btw, I don't consider myself a MOTM contender, I don't have that final polish imho.

edit: still waiting for ModRight to respond, I might just contact ppcs again and ask for a discount or something to get another sheet of mesh.
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A little cutting of the plastic molding of the door, it closes and should route the psu exhaust towards the bottom. This also gives me quick access to cut off power through the psu during an emergency



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Nice work!

I can't stand 1/2" x 3/4" tubing anymore though... yuck.
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Nice work!

I can't stand 1/2" x 3/4" tubing anymore though... yuck.
Thanks!

1/2*3/4 can be a pita to route but its thick enough to avoid kinks, plus all my compression fittings are that size. Future builds, I'll consider 1/2*5/8.

UPS stopped by, got me some nice stainless hex 6-32 screws from McMaster Carr. Its nice that they are in southern cali and it got here the following day. I'm cleaning up the case and putting it together. I emailed ModRight to find out why they are they stalling to fix my mesh issue
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small update, got a reply from ModRight and they are sending a replacement
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Massive leak

Looks like the new screws I got were a bit too long, seems like there are several punctures on the bottom rad. top rad seems ok. I'm going to try some of the tricks to patch it up but I have a feeling its not going to work. Any suggestions would be helpful guys.

So, not all screws, regardless if they are designated 1-1/4" are the same.
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Wow sorry to hear that man, and component damage?



At home depot they have this thing called Liquid Cement, I used it to fix a friends rad, works like a charm
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non, just pump was powered on. thought it was a loose tube.

I've been reading on using instant gasket or soldering the holes, I'll see what I can do to fix it .
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