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[Case Gallery] Reaper B/W CM HAF 932

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by freakshow, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. freakshow

    freakshow

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    To view this case mod, go here.

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Specs:
    Intel Core i7 920 @ 3.8 190x20
    Super Talent DDR3 1333/1526 8-8-8-28 1T
    EVGA X58 3x SLI
    EVGA GTX 295
    Apogee GTZ
    MCR220
    MCP-655-B
    MCRES-Micro REV 2
    Corsair TX750W PSU
    CM HAF 932
    1 GSkill 64Gig SSD
    1 Western Digital 160Gig SATAII
    1 500Gig Seagate 32Mb Cache
    Lite-On DVD/RW +/-
    Sony DVD/RW +/-

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    Custom paint job, Painted Fan Blades



    Still working on left side panel
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    Phxprovost Xtreme Refugee

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    a lack of images has become apparent...
  3. freakshow

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    yea i know trying to upload them but there not uploading hmmm lol

    EDIT: pics up
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  4. (FIH) The Don

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    daaaaaamn :toast: that is freakin nice, 9/10 from me
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    Nice paint job, I don't like the HAFs looks but this one is pretty sweet!
    Crunching for Team TPU
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  7. freakshow

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    thx guys....i just wish i wasn't broke right now so i can finish the side panel lol :D
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    Sweet!!! 8/10
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  10. freakshow

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    im going to mount it just dont know where yet was planning on putting another rad at the bottom thats why i didnt put there yet lol
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    love it...

    dude, i love that case...almost bought one but i'm on a budget. Excellent paint job although i would have thought that the top would be black. with the white paint, the rad/fan mounts are much more noticeable. Regardless, great work thus far. 7/10
  12. freakshow

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    its 2 toned top white under is black
  13. kaosII

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    Love the Black and White goodness. Looks great, 9 from me. Just one thing, you must flip your pump around. Just an FYI here is a link http://forums.extremeoverclocking.com/showthread.php?t=251218
    Just letting you know cause I made the same mistake once and fryed my pump. In your case you also have it higher than your res.
    Hope this helped.
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  14. kaosII

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    Just saw that you where planning on moving it anyway :p
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    I bet this was filled and bleeded in an awkward and back aching way. :p

    yeah.. having that pump in that position with the intake sucking upward is kinda weird, and probably puts strain on it.
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    to6ko91 New Member

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    i dont know how to feel about the paint job ... i kinda hate it but i kinda love it ...
    8/10
  17. Bjorn_Of_Iceland

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    you can also try placing the res on the drivebay and have the pump inverted.

    This is what I did on mine:
    [​IMG]
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    looks nice
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    I voted 4/10 because:

    not clean

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