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NightRain

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Ahhh it looks riveted in , in the image.
Might be because mine uses the large thumb screws to mount.:ph34r:
Decided to remove the bar. I like the open look now.



Here is a pic of my HTPC. There is a EVGA GTX 460 FTW in there too and I finally got a GGW-H20L Blu-Ray Writer/HD-DVD Reader for my HTPC.



 

BlueByte

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My little mini P180




I had to give my case a blast of air so I thought I would take a few shots. This is my work PC at home, When the H100 came out I had to gut the front end of the mini P180. I originally bought the case because of the clean look, since then I have had to think about what goes into it a bit more intelligently then if I had a bigger case.
 

BlueByte

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Thanks, was going through a bunch of the pics in here and thought I would share. Some pretty impressive looking rigs out there.
 

NightRain

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I decided to replace my stock Lian Li 140mm top fan with a Enermax TB Silence to match my 120mm fans, it is a lot quieter. In fact I can run fans 100% now and it is less noisy than before at about 40%. I also decided to clean up my cabling, I'm certain it could still be improved. But not bad for 10 mins works and a few cable ties. Much nicer airflow, video card dropped about 3C on idle and 5C on load. Yah.

I routed all cabled along the top of the motherboard so nothing crosses over the CPU anymore, and I reduced the jumble in front of the video card. I think it looks better in person.

Before:


After:







BTW, I love this case. I've even gotten over the fact you have to remove eight screws to remove one side panel. I'm still a little disappointed you basically have to take the entire system apart to replace the optical drive but oh well.
 

Pabz0r545

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Very nice. I like how you 'properly' taped up the HAF letters to keep the character they have. I have seen others do it straight edge and it didn't look nearly as good.

Which HAF is that>?
 

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