Tomorrow I´ll be getting some discs for my dremel and modding a little bit this cube
I have some issues with the cable management holes and I don´t like at all the bottom on the motherboard side so I´ll do something as drastical as Gleniu did xD
Originally Posted by Atokade
Really? Maaaan. I got the standard 7-10 day to ship message. So that's about 2 weeks worth before they actually ship it out, and add to that ground transit time, I'm thinking 1 week if coming to Canada from the USA. But for all I know, the plates could be in a warehouse in Germany, or Hong Kong, so 2 weeks there.
I still have loads of MDPC sleeving, heatshrink, pins, etc. If I remember anything, it was how my fingertips suffered a beating from all the hard plastic edges and small bits and pieces I had to firmly grip to get it done. That, and the semi-modular PSU I broke by (foolishly) deciding I'd open it and have sleeving go inside the non-modular cables, only to break a couple of wires off the board (stupid me). I then sold the PSU on craigslist in the ruined state to someone wanting a fixer-upper project.
I just checked the website again and it says shipped on July 5th so it should arrive soon ^^
I bought my GPU on a local store so I didn´t pick any kind of shipping; I just followed the instructions to get a backplate with free shipping so I guess the shipping will be what they choose but I´m not worried now nowing that it has been shipped.
I don´t have a problem with melted plastic, I manage to do it without burning myself too much xD
The problem I have is only with the 24, eps and gpu cables as the pinout on my PSU is perfect for a twister themed build xD but I´ll keep using MDPC for my custom length cables in all the other ones (fan, 4 pin molex, sata power, usb and.. I think that´s all xD)
I still don´t know what will I do with those 3 cables..
@MaN277: Ops, I didn´t saw your post
The piece on the picture is the front panel of the case just poeped out, those are the back side of the plastic buttons.
I´ll turn my computer off to let you know about the switch itself and about the sound as I haven´t really stared on that.
About the leds; they are both white and not too bright, I guess you could use some of those caps but you would also replace the leds and get a better result and the bright you desire.
Both reset and power switch are the same
There´s a licky noise when pushing it and anotherone when you release it.
it makes the same noise when pressing it directly and when you use the plastic button on the case.
My brother has a 800D and it seems to have the same plastic spring ont he button but this feels more solid and it doesn´t feel like it´s going to break (the power button on my brother´s 800D came broken by default)
Here a couple of pictures from my review on this case where you can see the switches and leds are easy to replace in case you want something diferent