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post #21 of 10553 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 12:48 AM - Thread Starter
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Mine showed up yesterday evening. First order of business is to flush mount my PSU. If the piece I made works out, I will post a pic of it installed.


Welcome to the club Ramsey77 ! cheers.gif

Yes, this case has a lot of potential for modding which is one of the major reason I love this case. Your psu plate mod is absolutely awesome.thumb.gif I agree that Cooler Master should have that plate option as an extra accessory, or even a double extended bracket for those huge 1300w power supplies.

We look forward to see some updated pics of your Xb! I will link your case to your name in the OP. smile.gif
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Works good for anyone willing to spend some time on laying out your holes.

I just used some scrap metal:



The contrast in color isn't as glaring without the flash:



I wish Cooler Master would have sent an extended bracket, AND a normal flush mount bracket. I fixed my only major gripe about this case relatively quick. thumb.gif


This case has A LOT of potential to the modding community. I am thinking of removing the 5 inch bays so I can properly mount both sides of my fan controller next. We'll see how it fits, being just screwed to one side first......biggrin.gif

 

Nice job!  Here's your potential new side business of making and selling these PSU plates. biggrin.gif


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I have one of these cases on the way. I'm pretty excited about moving my build to it.

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I have one of these cases on the way. I'm pretty excited about moving my build to it.

 

Received one for my brother and may be getting one for me, the case oozes quality and you won't be disappointed.  Many people are going "nuts" for this case from reading comments on the internet.  I can see with enough interest of Cooler Master expanding this line of cases a bit more and hope they do. smile.gif


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I can't believe this case was only $100. The build quality is amazing.
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I can't believe this case was only $100. The build quality is amazing.

 

Shhhhhhhhhh!  Don't want to give anyone thoughts of raising the price on this great case.

 

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Shhhhhhhhhh!  Don't want to give anyone thoughts of raising the price on this great case.

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This case is nice for modding its going be revision 2 very soon I got my ideas... biggrin.gif
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I guess you guys missed my question about the optional top window?

Edit oh yeah:

Nov 28, 2012 9:09 AM On FedEx vehicle for delivery CRESTVIEW, FL

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Just ordered one from the Egg. I will be transfering my current (semi-dated) sig rig build into it. I am looking forward to the increased mobility of the case because i love taking my PC over to friend's houses to game it up! Stoked. Will Post back when It's built.

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