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post #11 of 14
Pretty sure this is the grill Charlie was talking about;


It does look better, but worth $50? I'd opt out for a cheaper option.
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That looks pretty sexy, I'm probably going to run a 460 + a 120 in my 800D once I get time to mod the case. Can this mod be done with only a dremel? That's about the only real tool I've got a home.
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Originally Posted by renkenkyo View Post
That looks pretty sexy, I'm probably going to run a 460 + a 120 in my 800D once I get time to mod the case. Can this mod be done with only a dremel? That's about the only real tool I've got a home.
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post #14 of 14
nope though I might be able to borrow one, that or a hand saw haha.
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