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    changing the fan of a zalman 7700

    And here's a place to get the fan:http://www.sharkacomputers.com/fa12ledrefan.html And here's the black fan for it:http://www.sharkacomputers.com/zare12fanfor.html
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    Fan plugs

    Go with what Praz said. If you really want to get into it, check out this thread.http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=56873
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    What file extension are you?

    Here's mine You are .* You are a wildcard. You are everything to everybody. You can't make up your mind as to what you want to be.
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    Custom Sig Requests + Sig discussion

    Ace, on my sig, could you change the PS to Enermax Liberty 620 & replace the model number of the ThermalRock with "with a TJ-06 front panel" ? As for the design, round the corners some & make it look like a button (raised?).
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    ZALMAN thermal paste

    There's a reason for a little dab, using AS 5. I tried spreading it the first time & it was a B!%CH to spread. After cleaning it off, I went with a little dab. Not sure how AS Ceramique is, but if you go with the guides that are posted here you can't go wrong.
  6. I've got 99 to give out if any one wants one. Just PM me.
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    Wiring

    Here Are a few of the threads that Anospa mentioned: http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=59117 http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=56873 http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=57496 The main thing is not to rush it. Open your case & look inside(take a deep look) Study how the wring is & how you would like it to be. You may need several tries to get the look that you want. Like I said take your time with it & good luck.
  8. There are several guides for sleeving your PSU, just Google it. Here are a few that I have found. http://www.bytesector.com/data/bs-article.asp?ID=295 , http://www.ocmodshop.com/default.aspx?a=174 , http://www.virtual-hideout.net/guides/cabl...ing/index.shtml , http://www.overclock.net/overclock.php?fil...eving-guide.htm , http://www.overclockers.co.nz/forums/showthread.php?t=10554 . I also found a little guide to round IDE cables, I know, you can buy rounded ones already, but I rounded the cable for my X-Fi Live Drive(which is a forty pin/wire cable)http://www.overclock.net/case-mods-general...able-guide.html. Before anyone starts to rip their PS out & have at it, read a few of the guides to get a general feel for it. Also I would suggest using Happy's link to SVC & buy a set of molex removers. Using them will take a little getting use to though, but will make things a little easier. And while at SVC buy your sleeving & heatshrink there also.
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    BGA/mosfet sinking

    Maybe someone here can order some & then resell to us in the "for sale or trade' forum. I would like to try the pads myself.
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    To sleeve or not to sleeve.....

    Well I painted the inside of the case flat black so that the UV green would stand out even without the UVs on. With the main ATX cable sleeved in green, not sure if it woud be too much. And I do have the time. I have all sorts of UV Green connectors & sleeving waiting to be used
  11. Just trying to tidy up some. I have all ready sleeved and or modified most of the wiring & such as in shortening the wiring & changing out the molex connectors. My question is whether or not to sleeve the main ATX cable? It is all ready sleeved in black & gold and my main theme is UV green. So, should I or not?:confused:
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    The HUGE BIG-BIG Windows Vista Thread

    Right now about the only problem I'm having is getting a driver for "mass storage". Running duel boot with XP Pro & Vista. So far Vista looks good. Here is a site for some Vista drivers: http://www.vista-clarity.com/index.php?page_id=13
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    Do You Plug Your Cpu Fan Into The MB

    I'm like a few others with the 9500, I have it plugged into the MB so it's controled by the CPU temp. Also the chipset HSF is plugged into the MB. My two 120's are powered by the PSU.
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    Finally bought..........

    For your biege drives, look around at your auto parts places for "Plasti-Kote Vinyl Color" or look at home repair places for "Krylon - Fusion" spray paints. Both works well for the plastic parts of the drive. I have used both, I like Vinyl Color for flat color & Fusion for a satin color.
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    Finally bought..........

    So alright already, where's the pics?:nod:
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