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Can the ROG Certified on the tempered glass panel be taken off on the PC-O11 XL?
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I also want to know this because its ugly and ruins it IMO. I've read that its etched in so no way of removal that i can think of.
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It can't be removed. I don't notice it at all anymore. Regardless, it is a great case.

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It doesnt peel off. it seems to be painted, not sure if some Mineral Spirits or Muriatic Acid would take it off. If you use the acid be cautious and follow the warning label.

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The only thing that spoils the case to be honest. Why do they have to do stuff like this. Atleast make it a removable sticker
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Quote: Originally Posted by TMatzelle60 View Post
Can the ROG Certified on the tempered glass panel be taken off on the PC-O11 XL?


How much bigger is this than the O11 dynamic? I was able to fit a 240 and 360 in that.


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Quote: Originally Posted by TMatzelle60 View Post
Can the ROG Certified on the tempered glass panel be taken off on the PC-O11 XL?


How much bigger is this than the O11 dynamic? I was able to fit a 240 and 360 in that.


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From what I know there is not a way to remove ROG certified. It can hold 3x 360 radiators depending on their thickness.

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Yes it can be removed, but note that the removal is destructive. That means once it is off, you cannot put it back. It is pressed-on metallic film on the glass panel, you can take any single edge blade and scrape it off and it will NOT damage the glass. I just picked up this case for my new build (still in the planning stage) and the first two things I did was to move the De8auer plate to the back of the case, where I will never see it and to remove the ROG logo.

Note, the plate can be removed by heating with a handheld hair dryer to warm the adhesive and then taking a small wood wedge or plastic spatula and slowly prying the plate off after the adhesive is softened.

I suppose if you are very slow with the razor you could possibly remove the logo intact. But be aware the are separate press-on letters & images that make up the entire logo. I did not want to 'save' the logo so mine came up in pieces. Afterwards a simple cleaning with some glass cleaner and you would never have known that there was something stuck on that corner of the glass.


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Quote: Originally Posted by TMatzelle60 View Post
Can the ROG Certified on the tempered glass panel be taken off on the PC-O11 XL?
Yes, see above message.
Quote: Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post
I also want to know this because its ugly and ruins it IMO. I've read that its etched in so no way of removal that i can think of.
See my reply to @TMatzelle60
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It doesnt peel off. it seems to be painted, not sure if some Mineral Spirits or Muriatic Acid would take it off. If you use the acid be cautious and follow the warning label.
It does peel off, just not by hand.
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From what I know there is not a way to remove ROG certified. It can hold 3x 360 radiators depending on their thickness.
I agree it seems to be a great case for any type of custom loop, and the distribution plates available are really nice.

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I just removed it today with a flat razor. Same kind used to clean kitchen glass stove tops. LOL. New blade tho of course. It came off quite easy. No way i could of salvaged the logo tho to be re applied. It flaked off in small pieces. Honestly dont know why you would want to put it back on tho.

Something very interesting tho. Its completely removed now on my case. The glass is crystal clean. But if I fog up the area with my breath. The entire logo re appears! LOL. Its like some secret hidden message now. LOL. I re ran the blade over it a bit more and then applied some goo gone but still the logo re appears when you fog up the glass with your breath. LOL. Im not too concerned tho as its crystal clear otherwise.

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