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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. HammerON

    HammerON The Watchful Moderator Staff Member

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    Damnit now i have to do it.

    Well my PSU dosent want to go straight.

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    Put some support brackets under it maybe?
     
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    Remove the little rubber bumpers and mount the PSU ont he the Water cooling platform that comes with the case. It's the perfect height and what I used.

    In case you don't know what it is, it's this:

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    Good luck.
     
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    ever had the niagara falls in your rig?;) try to imagine, how much i peed myself, in the moment i heard: "KA-SLOSH!":laugh:
     
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    It just came right off? :eek:
     
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    PP Mguire New Member

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    Unfortunately i dont know where mine is :banghead:
     
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    I know where it's at PP.. in the Pile you have with everything else.. :laugh: Any way to buy that piece on line?
     
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    I wish it where but its not :(
     
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    No, no niagra yet. Both times I was fortunate to at the keyboard when I heard air in the loop. Never heard air before, maybe it's a rogue water bubble?

    It's getting louder, wtf... Better turn it off.

    There's water on the bottom of my case. *reaches around inside reservoir, hand returns with snapped plastic barb*

    So I buy enough 1/2" to redo the smaller stuff, bought two new barbs, forgot there were still two 1/2" ones that hadn't cracked. I thought, maybe they'll hold out. :banghead:

    First one snapped where I clamped it in, 2nd one snapped where it screws into res on the threaded side.

    No fried gear yet, I can be at least thankful for that.
     
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    It's just not the same when you can see the cathode :S

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    Think I'll just push the drive cages forward an inch or so and get some tape or something to keep it back.
     
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    that's a bright cathode!
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    that is a bright cathode! what kind is that! my M59 case has a Smoke colored glass side panel and my blue cathode really dont shine that well BUT with one of those it would be SWEET!! i need one POST model number!
     
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    I thought maybe it was just my camera, but I took a picture with the flash on and it's still bright lol.

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    They're Lamptron and rated at 29,000 cd/m2. The Lamptron site doesn't have any model number but here's where I bought them from: Click
     
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    Don't walk toward the light CP! It's a trap!!! :laugh:
     
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    :laugh: oh noes!
     
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    dam that cant be good on the eyes!
    pure uv.... id stay away from that unless you like looking into the flash from a mig welder and going blind.
    That's what it's equivalent to I bet :shadedshu
     
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    Had to clean out the HAF922 my girlfriend uses, so I decided to house her rig in something else....

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    What is really funny is this chassis has solid doors, and I still had to be sure the wires are tidy and tied out of the way...not sure if its OCD or I'm just picky about such things. Oh and I need to order a SATA optical drive, that ribbon just dont cut it;)
     
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    Lian Li correct? That looks stunning dude :respect:
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    yes sir, the PC-X1000 to be more specific.

    Thanks bro:toast: Also I swapped out the front view image. Can see more without the GPU support bar in:)
     
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    do you ever worry about that thing falling over? :D

    gorgeous case btw.
     
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    Actually once its full of parts its pretty weighty. It sits on the floor next to her desk, so I'm not too worried about it going anywhere.
     
  24. Chicken Patty

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    it's a thing of beauty bro!
     
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