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08-28-2019 04:19 PM
thanos999 hi guys where can i buy spare parts for the switch need to replace front usb3 ports also need a few pins and gromets for the harddrive cages preferably from uk or europe?
08-27-2019 08:37 PM
slothiraptor
Quote: Originally Posted by Elrick View Post
Anything sticky means it has deteriorated but because it has become sticky you can instead mask the area of that stickiness and give it a spray of clear sealer.

That would dry and in fact stop the feeling of any stickiness so that the future customer doesn't feel that his case is falling apart. Also check if there is any discoloration of the sticky area hence you might have to coat it with a similar colour, so as to fool the eye of anyone looking at it.
Yeah, I was thinking about putting some plasti-dip or something over it, but I'm not sure its worth the effort for how much I was planning on asking for it. I think I might just sell it for parts or hopefully find someone who doesnt mind the rubber.
08-27-2019 08:06 PM
Elrick
Quote: Originally Posted by slothiraptor View Post
I just pulled my old 810 out after years of storage only to find that the rubberized coating along all of the trim has gotten sticky. I tired using rubbing alcohol to get it off, which helped a little bit, but there is still a bunch of stickiness everywhere. Anyone have any tips on how to get it off? I was planning on selling this but I dont think anyone wants a sticky case
Anything sticky means it has deteriorated but because it has become sticky you can instead mask the area of that stickiness and give it a spray of clear sealer.

That would dry and in fact stop the feeling of any stickiness so that the future customer doesn't feel that his case is falling apart. Also check if there is any discoloration of the sticky area hence you might have to coat it with a similar colour, so as to fool the eye of anyone looking at it.
08-27-2019 05:56 PM
slothiraptor I just pulled my old 810 out after years of storage only to find that the rubberized coating along all of the trim has gotten sticky. I tired using rubbing alcohol to get it off, which helped a little bit, but there is still a bunch of stickiness everywhere. Anyone have any tips on how to get it off? I was planning on selling this but I dont think anyone wants a sticky case
04-14-2019 12:42 PM
Antykain I'm still using my good ol' Switch 810 case with my most recent build, Z390 and a 9900k. Anywho.. I am having a hard time getting rid of my old Switch 810. Still really love this thing after all these years.

Was looking into trying to find a PSU shroud for it, and actually found that ColdZero.eu (https://www.coldzero.eu/nzxt-switch-810-case-parts/). I saw some a long while back on another site/s, but I think the shroud availability is most likely long gone by now. I may try my hand at fabricating my own.. I mean, how hard can it be.. right? lol
04-01-2019 11:15 AM
Demented Is it still possible to get internal parts for this case? My man power switch assembly is totally broken, and that, as well as creating a full 24 pin cable, are the only things stopping me from using this case.
02-12-2019 10:00 AM
zoom314 Can anyone tell Me what size machine screws are used in the front of the 810, these are to mount the 120mm or 140mm fans, I gather they are about 25mm/1" long, but what type are they, M4, M3, or 6-32?
Yes I'm slowly building 2 installs. The 360x60mm Radiator in the 2nd pic is being uninstalled asap. Both PCs use Xeon E5-1650 v2 Hex core cpus.
05-29-2018 05:49 PM
thanos999 hi guys just did a new build in my 810 using a ryzen 5 2600 will post pictures as soon as i can
04-26-2018 06:53 AM
Speedster159 Can anyone share to me the updated Switch 810 top plate that had 20mm and 15mm spacing for 140mm fans?

EDIT: I can't find anywhere that sells the updated plate and NZXT is unwilling to cooperate to check and send me one if they have any more in stock.
03-04-2018 01:37 PM
con6r Hey the built in sd card reader on my switch 810 isn't working. Windows gives me a "device descriptor request failed" warning when i try to use it. Any tips? Thanks
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