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Of course, I am waiting to hear back from them. I will share what I get.
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Wow. I didn't know Johnny Knoxville was a pc enthusiast. biggrin.gif

lachen.gif So we Got a Comedian over here eh!!



One more because I can't help it. Super excited getting to this point in the build. thumb.gif


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Of course, I am waiting to hear back from them. I will share what I get.

Im anxious to know VSG.

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Bitspower Z Tank (Clear) 250mm x 2 980 WaterBlocks x 2 Ek DDC Pump Top (Acrylic) x 2 Primochill 3/8" x 1/2" OD Clear Tubing 
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Need help as to not destroy my case....

The SSD/HDD portion of the S5 doesn't quite fit what I want it to fit so I might want to drill a square hole on the panel like so


How can I do this without destroying the finish of the case...
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Don't be afraid to cut and modify your case. If worse comes to worst, then you always buy just that single panel, you don't have to replace the case. I've damaged a panel before and had a replacement sent.
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Originally Posted by DRT-Maverick View Post

Don't be afraid to cut and modify your case. If worse comes to worst, then you always buy just that single panel, you don't have to replace the case. I've damaged a panel before and had a replacement sent.

Well it's not just a panel, I'd be cutting through the whole mid chassis thing. That's a hug piece. Cut some things yesterday for something else and only got positive results from an air compressor dremel, but it burned the metal as I cut a little leaving black marks on the edges which would totally kill me if I used that on a white case.
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Build log has been posted on my M8 thumb.gifthumb.gif


[Build Log] Project Dead Steel ~~~Caselabs M8 triple radiator!
started on 04/09/15 last post 04/22/15 at 7:48am 33 replies 1324 views

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Originally Posted by DRT-Maverick View Post

Don't be afraid to cut and modify your case. If worse comes to worst, then you always buy just that single panel, you don't have to replace the case. I've damaged a panel before and had a replacement sent.

Well it's not just a panel, I'd be cutting through the whole mid chassis thing. That's a hug piece. Cut some things yesterday for something else and only got positive results from an air compressor dremel, but it burned the metal as I cut a little leaving black marks on the edges which would totally kill me if I used that on a white case.

I would use a dremel, it's the modder's tool of choice...if you don't ahve access to waterjets, lasers, etc.... which most people don't. The mid-section of the chassis is replaceable, just like anything on our chassis. So, if you do happen to mar it, you can always order a replacement. I would suggest going slow and turning the speed down a little. ALWAYS use green frog tape and mark on that where you want to cut, and cut through the tape. The tape should absorb most scorch marks.... I've never had aluminum scorch on me though.... usually it just gets hotter than hell and burns me because it likes to torture me.
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I would use a dremel, it's the modder's tool of choice...if you don't ahve access to waterjets, lasers, etc.... which most people don't. The mid-section of the chassis is replaceable, just like anything on our chassis. So, if you do happen to mar it, you can always order a replacement. I would suggest going slow and turning the speed down a little. ALWAYS use green frog tape and mark on that where you want to cut, and cut through the tape. The tape should absorb most scorch marks.... I've never had aluminum scorch on me though.... usually it just gets hotter than hell and burns me because it likes to torture me.

Thank you very much for the response. The scorching that happened yesterday was on sheetmetal so hopefully aluminum would be easier. How much are extra mid chassis and time to ship?

I'll see if I have a scrap piece to practice on to see but I think I need every piece of this case that I have!
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Originally Posted by XNine View Post

I would use a dremel, it's the modder's tool of choice...if you don't ahve access to waterjets, lasers, etc.... which most people don't. The mid-section of the chassis is replaceable, just like anything on our chassis. So, if you do happen to mar it, you can always order a replacement. I would suggest going slow and turning the speed down a little. ALWAYS use green frog tape and mark on that where you want to cut, and cut through the tape. The tape should absorb most scorch marks.... I've never had aluminum scorch on me though.... usually it just gets hotter than hell and burns me because it likes to torture me.

Thank you very much for the response. The scorching that happened yesterday was on sheetmetal so hopefully aluminum would be easier. How much are extra mid chassis and time to ship?

I'll see if I have a scrap piece to practice on to see but I think I need every piece of this case that I have!

Chassis section can be ordered directly on the site itself. This would be the "mid-section" and pricing is at 22.95.
http://www.caselabs-store.com/s5-chassis-sections-pricing-varies/

Probably about a week to ship or so.
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Of course, I am waiting to hear back from them. I will share what I get.

So looks like the standoffs are indeed off, and during drilling the pattern used to make the holes got shifted somehow. I imagine they are just as confused as me, but a replacement set of trays is going to be made and sent.

Growing pains for sure teaching.gif
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