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    Default (Worklog) Case modding

    Installing a 120mm fan instead of the red 140mm :
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    The 120mm fan was zip-tied to the 140mm fan slot.

    Installing another fan to the HDD Cage:
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    Again Zip-Tied the black turbo fan & the white 1 is on the fan-bar (1 of the unique features of spedo)

    Installing a fan below the aero-dynamic vents:
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    This time the fan is screwed to the grill.

    Installing Neon Lights & UV light :
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    The UV light in the 2nd pic makes the Sata cables glow. In the first pic is the neon tube.

    Replacing the Side window :
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    This is done in a shop in katabon.
    1st 1 is stock & the 2nd 1 is custom made!
    Last edited by Rakin7; July 8th, 2011 at 23:15.

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Cable Management :
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    Rate each mod & my cable management. Also u may advice on what to mod next.
    Last edited by Rakin7; September 9th, 2011 at 12:43.

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Any1 needing help modding can post here i'm here to help....

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Tag some people.


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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Names bolo tag kori...

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    A fan to cool the mosfets :

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Konta inlet, konta outlet hishabe kaj kortese?

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Quote Originally Posted by prototype View Post
    Konta inlet, konta outlet hishabe kaj kortese?
    Top 2 - intake
    rear 2 - Exaust
    front - intake

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    top 2 should exhaust because naturally warm air goes up.

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Except for the HDD bay, and the plexi side chasis mod, the rest of it is like placing optional add ons, not much of a mod there fellah! I can give you a bad bad advice build yourself a cheap dual core system with a moderate server chasis like dee has, and mod it till it bleeds.

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    this is should be like thisfront and side fans are INTAKERear and top fans should be EXHAUST
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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    @EyE SpeeD | DeViL

    how are your northbridge/southbridge temps?
    i'm a little concerned about mine. if you've got any advice, pass it on!

    p.s: nice work with the neon lights!

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    NB - 45C
    SB - 35C
    Advice would be to somehow hook up a fan near the SB/SB area.

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Actually there are aftermarket solutions, to be more specific, fans for the NB/SB, but very rarely you can find ones that'll fit the HS on your mobo.

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    In Air controlled temperature management system, the best place for intake is bottom and bottom-front. The base place for outlet is from the top-back. You want to give the inlet air maximum flow potential. So, I would suggest to stop the bottom-back outlet fan and see what happens with the temperature. If possible, get one flow of air moving through the chasis. Or, identify the 2 biggest source of heat and get 2 flows. Be mindful of the exhaust of the power supply unit. Also please note, I do not practically do air handling system of a Computer, my little advices come from designing power plants.
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ID:	12041 This is my casing and all the fans are set as outlet. But im confused that, the rear side of my casing has a slot for 120mm fans as you can see the RED MARKED spots in the third images but in the 2nd image, the steel is blocking the path of the exhausting air. As you can see in the rectangle shaped RED MARKS in the 3rd photo. Is it okay? Or is this preventing the heat from getting exhausted? Do i need more holes in the rear steel side of the fan? And in the last photo, you can see, i detached the plastic funnel of the casing which lead to processor and set up a 80mm exhaust fan there. Is it okay or not? Suggestion please........

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ID:	12041 This is my casing and all the fans are set as outlet. But im confused that, the rear side of my casing has a slot for 120mm fans as you can see the RED MARKED spots in the third images but in the 2nd image, the steel is blocking the path of the exhausting air. As you can see in the rectangle shaped RED MARKS in the 3rd photo. Is it okay? Or is this preventing the heat from getting exhausted? Do i need more holes in the rear steel side of the fan? And in the last photo, you can see, i detached the plastic funnel of the casing which lead to processor and set up a 80mm exhaust fan there. Is it okay or not? Suggestion please........
    in my first build i also had this problem as it was a cheap chainese "space" casing.To over come this i cut out both side & rear steels near the fan mounting only leaving the mounting holes.In case of side panel fan mount, as i used to use stock cpu cooler which uses a downward flow i mean from left to right wise flow, i kept my plastic funnel with the 80mm fan in intake direction. It actively lowerd my temp by 3-4 degree At cpu.

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    I would suggest using a thunderblade instead then those holes woudn't be much of a problem.

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    Default Re: (Worklog) Case modding

    Quote Originally Posted by Raa View Post
    in my first build i also had this problem as it was a cheap chainese "space" casing.To over come this i cut out both side & rear steels near the fan mounting only leaving the mounting holes.In case of side panel fan mount, as i used to use stock cpu cooler which uses a downward flow i mean from left to right wise flow, i kept my plastic funnel with the 80mm fan in intake direction. It actively lowerd my temp by 3-4 degree At cpu.
    Funnel and fan cannot be set together as the they use the same screwhole. How did you managed to cut the steel such smoothly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyE SpeeD | DeViL View Post
    I would suggest using a thunderblade instead then those holes woudn't be much of a problem.
    If the air cant get out, all the fan are useless. i am asking if those holes are sufficient to put out enough air flow. (according to the 3rd and 4th picture)

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