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Cooler Master HAF Case Mod


MonsterMawd

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Assembly started with the HD cages, I/O covers, custom feet and 140mm fan

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Dusted the tops of the feet from 20" away with Black Self-etching primer...

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Painted the 140mm fan grill.. should have done same effect, looking at it now.. oh welly!

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I really liked the speckled paint effect on the feet, so I'm repeating it on the rear 120mm Nautilus rear fan grill, http://www.mnpctech.com/120mm_Overkill_Fan_Grills.html

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I masked off the face of the Nautilus grill, then painted the inner walls of the openings with Black self etching primer. flipped it over, and painted the backside as well.

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I then removed the masking tape and held the can roughly 16" away from the grill and sprayed the perimeter of it. This is how you achieve the speckled paint effect.

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The exterior is getting painted the sample I posted earlier, Silver Grey Metallic. I applied Matte Clear over the primer on the chassis.

Here is the XIGMATEK XLF-F1254 120mm White LED Case Fans. These are rated 1500 RPM @ 61 CFM. Noise level is 20 dbA

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