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case modding my Stacker 810

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by smashed_99cbr, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. smashed_99cbr New Member

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    UPDATE:

    more pics on post #2

    more pics on post #12

    more pics on post #14

    still trying to decide weather I want to top mount my radiator or bottom mount my radiator...

    I am thinking I will bottom mount it just cause it should be easy to fill and bleed the water cooling system...

    well this is what is looked like...

    this is what the case looked like at first(note this is not my pic but the rest of the pics are my pics)

    http://media.photobucket.com/image/cooler master stacker 810/InfectiousDust/workbench.jpg



    this is after I removed the mesh grill...

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    this is after I got it taped off and the lines drawn out

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    the window is done

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    Top (plexi is not mounted yet)

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    a home for the radiator!

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    primer

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    painting the interior:

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    subscribed, good work so far :toast:
     
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    Sensi Karate New Member

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    Just subscribed as-well. Looking good so far, can't wait for the end product. ;)
     
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    Maaan you re wicked! I was thinking it was gonna be a pos seeing the first picture but how was i wrong seeint the last! Cutting that side panel was a good idea indeed. Keep posting your pics, i wanna see the end product! Do you plan to paint the exterior too?
     
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    at the moment I am not sure...
     
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    Maybe black would do? Keep it up though!
     
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    I was thinking flat black or red?
     
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    Black is beauty lol. Proof? Everyone goes for it. Red? Not so sure but what i can tell you is that it'll be unique.
     
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    :rockout: nice work man .... love to see the end product soon ;)
     
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    WOW you got some good talent! i love seeing case mods
     
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    thank you... this is my first window job...
     
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    more pics... its coming together

    the top looks cool i think...

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    Man thats wicked, the stunt with the window at the top. It looks neat and nice. Can you take pics with the side panel on? just to see the contrast (you ll then know if you need to paint it or not, but i guess you know that already! lol )
     
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    You my friend, are extreme! Will you paint (panels) it or keep it as is?
     
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    Just one thing, you better go buy yourself a couple fan grills.
     
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    why?
     
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    Have the fans exposed like that is a potential hazard :p
    It also makes thing easier to get into the fans.
    eg. your fingers

    There are also some stylish fan grills you can get to add to the looks.
     

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