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Thermaltake Core V1 poor mans FAW
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Default Thermaltake Core V1 poor mans FAW - 03-16-2017, 14:12 | posts: 71

Amazing what you can do with a single sheet of acrylic and some self adhesive magnetic tape:







Instructions:

1. You need some acrylic cut to size roughly 260 mm x 240 mm, I used a grey tint 9t20 I think it was but that's optional, also polished corners are important.

2. Buy some self adhesive magnetic tape, you can usually pick these up cheap from ebay/amazon.

3. Rest is self explanatory, simply stick the tape around the edges of the acrylic and enjoy.
   
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Lol! Did the same thing with my NZXT 410, just with velcro tape, 1/4'' black vinyl border and left it clear.

Awesome DIY, looks sweet.
   
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