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Originally Posted by ali13245 View Post

I personally dont't care about how long they will last me, I would just like to know if they will drill clean looking holes without moving all over the place?

Sigh... Yeah yeah, sure...

I'd also centre punch where you intend to drill your pilot hole first then use that stepping tool you linked in said hole it should be plenty straight...
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Only spending $30 on a drill, you will only use it once or twice before it ****s itself... Clean holes is down to the drill bit and the chuck's strength/design not allowing the bit to slip.

To be perfectly honest I used to be a mechanic and I spent a little extra on my tools here and there, they're still with me and going strong.
But if you only plan on using it once or twice? I spent like 30$ on a drill like 10 years ago and it still works fine, it's not professional grade or anything but neither am I lol.
I usually buy tools from harbor freight that I will only use once, if I would have spent more it would have only been a waste of money as 90% of those tools I've never had a reason to use again.
     
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Sigh... Yeah yeah, sure...

I'd also centre punch where you intend to drill your pilot hole first then use that stepping tool you linked in said hole it should be plenty straight...

Thats exactly what I intend to do. Center punch my marked hole, drill my pilot hole, then take the step bit and drill the hole further. I'm going to be using a 4mm diameter drill bit as my pilot hole, is that okay?
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Originally Posted by NKrader View Post

But if you only plan on using it once or twice? I spent like 30$ on a drill like 10 years ago and it still works fine, it's not professional grade or anything but neither am I lol.
I usually buy tools from harbor freight that I will only use once, if I would have spent more it would have only been a waste of money as 90% of those tools I've never had a reason to use again.

Exactly, I've decided on this drill: http://www.homedepot.com/p/BLACK-DECKER-12-Volt-Ni-Cad-3-8-in-Cordless-Drill-with-Soft-Grips-GCO1200C/202891148

Its cordless, and it has variable speed so I can control the speed of the drill.
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Hey forget the data vac you could just follow this guy's instructions lachen.gif

Totally joking of course, but it was good for a laugh biggrin.gif

Excellent. I particularly liked the spider that ran away after the hammer dislodged it.
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Datavac is amazing, all I have to do is remove the side/front panels and let it do its thing. 10 minutes is all you need to have a clean PC thumb.gif
Agreed thumb.gif
I've had mine for a few years now and it works really well, definitely worth it.
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My S5 which I ordered on September 15th shipped today. It shipped WAY earlier than I expected. biggrin.gif
Wow, shipped already bigeyedsmiley.png thats awesome! Be sure to take pics once it arrives biggrin.gif
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Wow, shipped already bigeyedsmiley.png thats awesome! Be sure to take pics once it arrives biggrin.gif

I agree. I will definitely take pictures when it arrives. I will also start a build log featuring the case and a Skylake processor.
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But if you only plan on using it once or twice? I spent like 30$ on a drill like 10 years ago and it still works fine, it's not professional grade or anything but neither am I lol.
I usually buy tools from harbor freight that I will only use once, if I would have spent more it would have only been a waste of money as 90% of those tools I've never had a reason to use again.

Sure, sure. Good job...
Used to get this from a lot of the guys who's motorcycles I fixed, have the tools spent little on and ended up causing more damage from them being poor quality. Different horses for different courses.
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Nice attitude. He gave reasonable polite advice and you insult him and act like you are better then he. Pretty sad and the wrong way to get any help or respect here ( not that you are asking in this case )

I find it funny that he said in essence a quality tool is better and you call that elitist
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On a nicer note, if I screw up my watercooling job and fry my computer, I can sell my CaseLabs case and make up a good chunk of my lost money XD. What would be the best method of drilling holes in my 120.2 drop in mount to hold a 120.3 rad? I don't plan on putting a fan on the 3rd 120mm mount, I wanna try and passively cool that spot.
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