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MonsterMawd    35

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This will be another Insane Case Mod by Mnpctech.com

I'll be using the new PC Cable management clamps

http://www.mnpctech.com/CableClamp.html

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Black Sleeving Kit for the PSU

http://www.mnpctech.com/PC_Cable_Wire_Sleeving_Kit.html

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PSU and Molex Tools, for sleeving his PSU, http://www.mnpctech.com/ATX_Molex_Removal_Tools.html

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The canvas for this PC build is the Cooler Master 840 ATCS

Machined Aluminum Computer Case Feet Link

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Acoustical Sound Proofing Sheets for your PC

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Mnpctech is now stocking clear and colored sheets of cast acrylic for window mods

http://www.mnpctech.com/colored_acrylic ... indow.html

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This is the Honeycomb Modders Meshwe used.

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MonsterMawd    35

Case Mods & Supplies that will be used in this project, sponsored by Mnpctech.com

Machined Aluminum Computer Case Feet Link

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Acoustical Sound Proofing Sheets for your PC

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I'm cutting the window in the Cooler Master 840

Make first initial cut with your Dremel and cutting wheel, to allow use of Jigsaw and cut the window more efficiently

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You have created slot, this allows using a Jigsaw w/ 18 TPI cutting blade

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Using a Jigsaw is much quicker than using a Dremel to cut your window

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Use a rounded side file to debur the jagged edges of the new window

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Notice the window location doesn't reveal the drive bays, this was intentional.

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honestly this work is better than the movie :mrgreen: not very good movie :? although :roll: I like to have a robot as the end, to put myself inside :bounce:

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MonsterMawd    35
honestly this work is better than the movie :mrgreen: not very good movie :? although :roll: I like to have a robot as the end, to put myself inside :bounce:

Thank you dude! :D

Upgrading the 840's stock 120mm exhaust fan to 140mm fan.

Cooler Master 840 ATCS rear 120mm exhaust

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I'm holding up a 140mm Cooler Master fan over the stock 120mm grill. "Will it fit without anything obstructing it?"

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The location of the 140mm fan resides along the crease on the back plate.

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Making the initial cut with Rotary tool and reinforced cutting wheel before using Jigsaw

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Using Jigsaw with 18 TPI metal cutting blade

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Using rounded side hand file to clean up burrs along the edge of the cut.

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140mm opening is cleaned up, next is drilling mounting holes for 140mm fan

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