Discussion in 'Modding' started by mnpctech, 27 Sep 2010.
I'll have to tell Derek you said that, hes a fan of Mod Men
Martin Byrne's Awesome Corsair 600T ASUS Gaming PC build, http://www.mnpctech.com/casemodblog...00t-graphite-fatrix-case-mod-by-martin-byrne/
bit-tech member, BOBDBONE's Fulmo “Type-R” is featured today, http://www.mnpctech.com/casemodblog...type-r-case-pc-mod-is-bright-bold-and-sporty/
I love this build, it just works so well and looks so good. SOOO clean and tidy as well
nice to see an air-cooled case mod for a change
Agreed. I can still appreciate a nice air cool system
We’re back after a long hiatus of working on projects. The New “Mod Zoo Podcast” discuss topics on PC Mods, Case Modding & PC Hardware, http://www.mnpctech.com/casemodblog/2012/08/06/the-mod-zoo-podcast-episode-1/
Eel had a lot of fun with the monkey noise.
yeah, It's great
Just listened to EP#2. Kyle had a lot of fun with the monkey jokes.
you know it...
Fractal-Design’s new Define R4 allows you to mount a 2x 120mm (240mm) Radiator in it’s front 2x 140mm cooling fan module. I discovered that it will also fit a 2 x140mm (280mm) with some minor modifications! Here are the steps involved with modifying the Define R4 to fit any manufacturer brand or model 2 x140mm (280mm) Radiator in the front.
Bill has another Fractal case.
I think we will see another epic mod.
Enjoying the new podcast Bill, good to have it back, albeit in a different frock
@Mankz, we're lovin it, and lookin forward to Cheap's return!
btw, I'm currently customizing several Define R4s.
Contrary to what some reviewers have told people, The Define R4 will fit a Corsair H100 radiator in the top panel, however it will depend upon DDR slots and north/south/mosfet heatsink locations on some motherboard models. If you discover these elements are obstructing your 240 radiator install, You can do 2 things in the Define R4 to gain extra space for your 240 radiator install.
1. Offset 240 radiator toward the left side of the top panel, by locating the radiator to the outer screw mounting holes used by optional 140mm fans in the top panel. There will be openings for all of the radiator mounting screws in the factory honeycomb perforations.
2. Option 1. didn't buy you enough space? Then you can drill 4 additional radiator screw mounting holes toward left side of the top panel, to offset the 240 radiator even further, to clear any obstructions created by some motherboards.
Hope this Helps!
Here we go.
haha, different frock is one way to put it... We have our first guest in EP3 which is being recorded on Sunday night.
I begrudgingly accept your invitation, many thanks.
give us a few more episodes, I have a few things planned to allow people to be more actively involved
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