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    Your pic creeps me out!
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    Yeah, it cleans up the jagged edges a little bit. Of course you should file down the jagged edges, and then sand, but it still makes it look even better. Make sure to get the thin kind. The really thick U-channel makes it look like you're trying to hide something. So it makes it look obvious you are hiding a jagged edge.
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    Yup, that rad grill looks great, most people use these kinds by AC Ryan.
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ndex&cPath=290
    That Bitspower grill looks like a great buy for the money as it is an enclosure for fans as well. Most rad grills come with a cutting template, if it doesn't you can copy the rad grill on a copying machine and trace the picture onto some the tape covered section of the case you will be cutting. Make sure to apply tape before you cut so it will be a clean cut. The tape also allows you to draw and measure out your cuts. Then just dremel it out, and add some U-channel if you want.
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    Soon. No dates set in stone yet.
    BP has some all in one chipset waterblocks coming out and some great aquasink based video card waterblocks coming out sooner or later.
    Feser is coming out with a 100mm thick carbon fiber shrouded radiator with room for 6 120mm fans and dual threaded, to be stackable. It will come out at around the price of a single quad radiator. Other companies like Enzotech are releasing new waterblocks as well, so if there is any time to wait, it is now, before some great products are released.
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    No problem, it's what I'm here to do. If you have any future questions remember, I'm always here.
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    Yes, waiting is good, Feser and BP are coming out with new watercooling parts currently. As for the case, I mean, you didn't have to rush a purchase. The v2000 is huge and great for watercooling, and is also set up in inverted ATX. That won't go out for a while due to popular demand. They have already, however, come out with a v2010, but it hasn't really caught on yet. And if you're low on cash, don't be buying from FrozenCPU. It's way expensive. For liquid cooling merchandise I can reccomend Jab-Tech, Petras Tech Shop, Xoxide, Performance PC's, and Sidewinder Computers, for much fairer prices.
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    Be careful with the Dremel, with great power comes great responsibility. Measure twice, cut once. You can not cut enough, and be able to cut again, but if you cut too much...you're screwed. Don't learn that the hard way. I would personally take out the HDD cage and mount the HDD's in an HDD cooler in the 5.25 bays. I only say this because the standard HDD racks are sort of well, crappy, and they will get better air if they are relocated into a 5.25 HDD bay cooler. The best noise canceling foam is Mini Sonex Wiltec, but that won't work in your case because it is 1inch thick, meant only for apllication on sidepanels. Use some thin standard noise canceling foam you can find at any of your case modding websites such as Performance PC's. Are you thinking about painting anything?
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    Hmmmm, it is going to be very hard to cut a rectangle in the front fascia of the case to install the rad. Not only will you have to cut through the bezel you will have to cut through the bottom of the 5.25 bay cage. If I needed to install 2 120.3 rads in a case like that I would put one in the top, obviously. I would then chop out all the HDD bays, and put a double rad down there. A triple won't work because the PSU will be in the way. If you need a 120.1 for extra cooling you can buy a 3 5.25 bay converter to 120mm fan, and install a single 120.1 rad in it. Instead of using modder's mesh, it would be easier to use various sized rad grills, made by AC Ryan. If your style is to do your plan, it is possible, it's just going to be hard...and a lot of cutting.
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    I know what you mean, I began case modding at 13, but it never became a reality of doing it for money, until later. To tell you the truth, I don't pay for most of my own mods currently. Alright tell me what your plan is. If you ever need help you can always contact me.
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    Being an enthusiast case modder, I am now inclined to ask you what case you bought. Now is the time where you stay up all night thinking about how great the graphics will be on your new videocard.
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