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Hey guys quick question for those w/ TH10 series cases and or even MH10. Wondering if its possible to hook up a XSPC Res OR res/pump combo like in the photo here WITHOUT screwing in additional holes, and if so how would I go about it? If not what screw size is usually best and how's the vibration/ratling (for the combos?)

Just taking this into consideration for a 2nd res and or combores.



I want to put resevior like this w/o any modding. how do I do it?

the one that is next to the mb.
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Was there ever a conversation / consensus as to what is the best way to cut holes for Bitspower pass throughs in CaseLabs cases?
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Was there ever a conversation / consensus as to what is the best way to cut holes for Bitspower pass throughs in CaseLabs cases?

Looks like a 3/4" holesaw is going to do it. What are the other choices?
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Was there ever a conversation / consensus as to what is the best way to cut holes for Bitspower pass throughs in CaseLabs cases?
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Looks like a 3/4" holesaw is going to do it. What are the other choices?

Hole saw is def the way to go - 19mm if you get metric
post #3815 of 22179

Would not a drill bit leave a cleaner hole than a hole saw?

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Originally Posted by LunaP View Post

Hey guys quick question for those w/ TH10 series cases and or even MH10. Wondering if its possible to hook up a XSPC Res OR res/pump combo like in the photo here WITHOUT screwing in additional holes, and if so how would I go about it? If not what screw size is usually best and how's the vibration/ratling (for the combos?)

Just taking this into consideration for a 2nd res and or combores.



I want to put resevior like this w/o any modding. how do I do it?

the one that is next to the mb.
ah, use a really big one , big enough to stretch form one hole to another in the MB tray ( for the other mobo size standoffs )
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Originally Posted by luciddreamer124 View Post

Was there ever a conversation / consensus as to what is the best way to cut holes for Bitspower pass throughs in CaseLabs cases?

Looks like a 3/4" holesaw is going to do it. What are the other choices?

dremmel really really slowly and accurately ? or have access to a laser cnc or any cnc ! lachen.gif { i know i wish }
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post #3817 of 22179
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Would not a drill bit leave a cleaner hole than a hole saw?

Definitely not, if you use the proper hole saw with carbide tips, they leave a flawless cut, use oil while cutting it and low pressure and speed. Perfect hole!
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Don't think you're using the right drill bits then. ;) If hole saws were better, then they would be the industry standard.

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post #3819 of 22179
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ah, use a really big one , big enough to stretch form one hole to another in the MB tray ( for the other mobo size standoffs )
dremmel really really slowly and accurately ? or have access to a laser cnc or any cnc ! lachen.gif { i know i wish }

Hehe I'll trust my drill over dremel. I do really envy the mod logs where they show awesome drill presses in action on these cases.


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Definitely not, if you use the proper hole saw with carbide tips, they leave a flawless cut, use oil while cutting it and low pressure and speed. Perfect hole!

Right on. Center punch it if you have one and go slow. Remove the tip a few times for cleaning. I don't have any oil or wax but that might not be a bad idea.
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post #3820 of 22179
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Would not a drill bit leave a cleaner hole than a hole saw?
Well yes you are probably right there.
I've got 2 good hole saw kits and have come to rely on them a bit as I don't have "large size" drill bits.
I'm always be ready to file down / dremel clean up the hole saw cut.

Use a test piece first - is probably good advice.
Hmm - I might acually go drill one out now and I'll post a few pics for you smile.gif
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