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post #511 of 512 (permalink) Old 09-06-2015, 01:37 PM
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@Jhereg10 I just wanted to pop in and thank you again for this wonderful build. I am rebuilding my machine and had some ideas for my Phantom 820 case. So I was going through your build log again looking for some ideas and inspiration. And guess what I found it.

Ideas I had.
Make PSU cover. Thanks to you. I now know I will use Foam Board to do it!
Cable grommets. Thanks to you I decided to do my own grommets like you. But no wait. That wasn't enough. So now I am going to use foam board to make my own cable shield/ cover to help cover the cables. This will also double as an SSD mount for me as well!

So thank you. This whole time I wasn't sure what I would use to make the PSU cover and cable cover. But now I do. So thank Ye!

BTW how did you mount the PSU cover to the inside of the case? Screwed in? How is it secured?

I'm very glad that you found use in my build log. That was my main motivation when I started it. redface.gif

As far as mounting the PSU cover, it just sits in place on mine. There wasn't anything needed to lock it down.
I see. I would probably want to have mine secured though. Also how durable do you find foam board? Like does it bend or damage easily?

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I'd call it moderately durable. If you press with some force on it with a fingernail, it will cause an indentation there but won't break or buckle it. The vinyl wrap helped with that.

Overa it is very lightweight, easy to work with, and not extremely tough.
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