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Looks like a promising build! Keep us updated.
In other news, my RAM arrived today. The stuff is fricken huge! for a size comparison I captured an image of them over my laptop... Yes, three DIMMs laid out together are the size of a small laptop!-It drys VERY quickly in the cold, so quickly in fact that after a few min I had it drying on the spray head and causing it to squirt more than spray. On the up side, this could be a wise way to add extra texture and noise dampening properties providing you already have a smooth coat applied.
-It's very tough, flexible, and doesn't fall off. It will bend and stretch rather than scrape off. That said, be careful if you use tape like I did to mask off certain areas. If the coat is too thick, it will stay attached to the tape and start peeling away from the material it is sprayed on. Use a knife to cut the rubber along the edge of the tape before removing it or remove the tape immediately after applying the paint.
-The thicker an application, the smoother it's surface will be. If you want texture and a thick coat, use several thin layers and provide time between each to dry.
Originally Posted by MomijiTMO
I couldn't get the right size either so I got long ones and used nuts to shorten the end.
So many people also end up puncturing their rad so be careful.
Originally Posted by TheMan47
As long as you keep the panels behind the bay covers in place, the holes that are predrilled in them line up perfectly with two holes on a 120mm fan. I was a little nervous about rattling, but it's silent. I took a pic closer up to help ya see what I'm talking about. Sorry, my camera sucks - no macro mode.
FYI - I used an Antec Tricool fan.