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post #17951 of 19733 (permalink) Old 11-15-2012, 12:54 AM
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I would either email them, or better yet then, make one, it is actually not to hard biggrin.gif

I managed to do it thumb.gif
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I would either email them, or better yet then, make one, it is actually not to hard biggrin.gif
I managed to do it thumb.gif

do you have a a DIY ?

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I would either email them, or better yet then, make one, it is actually not to hard biggrin.gif
I managed to do it thumb.gif

Glad this came up. I've been debating on making my own!

Do you know where I can find a "how to mod side window panels for dummies" tutorial??
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Glad this came up. I've been debating on making my own!
Do you know where I can find a "how to mod side window panels for dummies" tutorial??

have a look at this one thumb.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpZoE-zj0-k
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Thought I would share what my 690 II Advanced looks like now biggrin.gif






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guilty as charged...funnily enough i used to play rules at school,but dont know adelaide colours

my next case will be white and red..dragons/swans

my son's case is c'bury bulldog themed (used to create a bit of tension hehe) i even have round stickers for the fans ..looks good


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Tell ya the truth, there is no allegiance with any footy teams. My sport is long distance running and the only other sport in the house is break dancing. The colors were more the wife's doing.

She told me colors would work, I didn't believe her, until I put it together redface.gif

This was intended as my main case, but I could not fit everything in it, doing a full custom loop with both GTX570's, which are a tad big biggrin.gif would just not fit mad.gif

Yes I will be leaving the Blu-ray player black, for now, may try making a cover with left over mesh.

It is actually a NZXT fan controller under that. As for yellow on the MB, looking at it, I could remove the stock cooler and paint that.

When I get some time, maybe next weekend or so, I will do better cable management, which means very little will be seen so sleeving is not needed.
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