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[Case Gallery] Rebel 9 Sharkoon - first case mod

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by MidnightJam, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. MidnightJam New Member

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    To view this case mod, go here.

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    Specs:
    AMD 4800X2 Brisbane boxed, 3850 Gecube, 4GB Ram MDT, 250GB Harddrive,DVD and CD drive, Enermax Liberty 400W,Gigabyte 690V Mainboard, 17´ Benq and sure the Rebel case.

    Mods:
    Put 2x80mm Fans at the back, added another 120mm fan front, the 240mm side is stock. Cut one hole roof and two left side. placed acryl glas back of the holes.Paint some parts blue (spray can). some parts white: the front and the coverage of side 240mm fan. added zalman fan controller and sharkoon vibe vixer3 for harddisk.
    placed three blue leds inside the case.
    My english is not good, sry.

    Temps are very well, better than with my old case which had only 2x80mm and one 12mm fan.
    Finally im very pleased how the case looks, the pictures dont show it very good. (maybe because some got cropped)
    :)
  2. mateo219 New Member

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    i like your case and the paintjob :) but a bit of cable management would be great :)
  3. MidnightJam New Member

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    I ordered a second revoltec dark blue 120mm Fan yesterday cause the one which was preinstalled got only a two pin connector without tempsensor.
    Runs 100% all the time and is loud.
    So i got to open the case tomorrow again (if the fan arrives tomorrow)and maybe i´ll try to hide the cables a bit more.

    But thats not my speciality, one reason why i dont build a case with a sidewindow.

    Also, i probably shoot a view more pictures tommorow ... in better quality, which wont get cropped.

    So stay tuned :)
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2008
  4. spud107

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    9/10 looks pretty good, like the colour scheme, nice work with the window,
    its alot like my case,
    heres how i got some of the cabling so far if it helps, mine needs more work too
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  5. mateo219 New Member

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    i think u have lot more intake than exhaust so u could set fan on top of the case / 120mm
  6. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    hey a good trick to get your cables a little more hidden is to mount your HDD so they are backwards and the cables run to the front ;)
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