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Good luck painting a thumb screw. I bet they were purchased from MNPC tech.
http://www.mnpctech.com/thumbscrew.html

that's not even the same blue
post #10912 of 15187
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that's not even the same blue

Alright, then purchased from somewhere else. The purchasing was the important part of the post, not from where. biggrin.gif
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It's ridiculous to pay 15 dollars for shipping for 12 gold thumb screws mad.gif
post #10914 of 15187
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@XNine: My top 200mm blue LED case fan (nzxt one that comes with the case) makes a rattling noise now and then and I was just wondering wether or not that was a known issue and how I could fix it because I like my stuff silent and that noise really does give me a hard time when I've got a headache.

I'll PM you right away.
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1st place @ casemodding competition!

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post #10916 of 15187
Well ordering them was out of the question since my Phantom already brings thumb screw's, So I did what I know best hehe

Wipe them clean.

450

Full work log for this here.
Edited by SoundWorks3D - 4/10/12 at 11:31am
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1st place @ casemodding competition! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Congrats Kenny! lucky I wasn't there lol!!! biggrin.gif
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1st place @ casemodding competition!
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Congrats Kenny! thumb.gif
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post #10919 of 15187
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Good luck painting a thumb screw. I bet they were purchased from MNPC tech.
http://www.mnpctech.com/thumbscrew.html

I've seen blue thumb screws at frys and microcenter. Both times under $8 for a good size pack
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so half way through with the top vent... its a "recycled piece of aluminum"/was a sign. lol but I couldn't find a hole pattern and hole size I liked so am making my own. IDK maybe I'll do something else but for now this is the plan and will be painted matte black.

That's incredible. I LOVE IT!!!!!. I wish I would of thought of that idea. Kinda would work with my theme. I'm most likely gonna leave mine how it is for now. I got to finish with my 360 rad cutout on bottom of my case and on top.
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Originally Posted by SoundWorks3D View Post

that rattling noise is very easy to fix.
go to walmart and buy a singer machine oil (for sawing machine) it's only 3 dollars.
You don't even have to remove the fan just remove the sticker and remove the rubber cap and drop 3 to 5 drops of oil in there and your done.
this is the whole you need to put the oil in.

Hmm, Singer Machine oil cool. I guess i'm cheap as I use Motor Oil or transmission oil in my garage when I take apart fans to relube them. It works fine and there still just as quiet. I'm not sure the difference in the oils but good advice bro!
     
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post #10920 of 15187
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Originally Posted by evil jerry View Post

I've seen blue thumb screws at frys and microcenter. Both times under $8 for a good size pack
That's incredible. I LOVE IT!!!!!. I wish I would of thought of that idea. Kinda would work with my theme. I'm most likely gonna leave mine how it is for now. I got to finish with my 360 rad cutout on bottom of my case and on top.
Hmm, Singer Machine oil cool. I guess i'm cheap as I use Motor Oil or transmission oil in my garage when I take apart fans to relube them. It works fine and there still just as quiet. I'm not sure the difference in the oils but good advice bro!

The thing about the sawing machine lube is, That it's made for high velocity, high friction bearings and sawing machine's. and you don't have the viscosity you get with engine oil's.
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