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post #11 of 405 (permalink) Old 10-03-2012, 07:24 AM
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Nice case. Please tell me your going to take out the mesh and add a window...

Thank you, and yes of course! That mesh is horrible isn't it? I do love though if you wanted and looks weren't a thing to you, you can put 4 180mm fans on the door. That's pretty epic.
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Subbed. Go git 'er!

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I did the math on how the case compares to my case and your phantom.

The Fulmo GT is 26% bigger than your old phantom, and 58% bigger than my Source 210!

Subbed for tri-sli and huge case.

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Very interesting.


Just a friendly suggestion... just post your new updates when you post them. Don't worry about going back and editing old post because it takes readers longer to get them. What you could do is make a list of updates with links to the post number at the beginning of the thread.


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Very interesting.
Just a friendly suggestion... just post your new updates when you post them. Don't worry about going back and editing old post because it takes readers longer to get them. What you could do is make a list of updates with links to the post number at the beginning of the thread.

Yeah I was thinking that myself...
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Update 2!

Lot's of boring work in this one. Suprisingly this stuff took a long time to get done right.

Modified 5.25 bay
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22Ga Sheet metal
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Bottom cut made.
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Test fitting, looks good. I had to cut this piece twice, the first time it was too big because I forgot it had to get through the opening.
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Tracing out the CPU cut out.
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Looks good and test fit perfectly.
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Next I had to remove two pieces of steel. One being the top PSU support, the other this strip that was bent out at the edge of the old HDD cage.
The PSU support was not problem. The other long strip was such a pain. Ran out of dremel cut off disks rather quickly and had to use my Skill saw which totally sucked. Good thing this cut will be hidden! tongue.gif
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Finally I have the back panel and a piece of L aluminum temporarily installed. Really starting to be able to see how it will come together!
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