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Cooler Master and modding. Modding and Cooler Master. Some things go together like ham and eggs. Case modders need companies like Cooler Master. Tech sites need companies like Cooler Master. Why? Because you can count on Cooler Master products to perform. You can count on Cooler Master products to dazzle. We're talking "bling-bling" here.
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....that I had to go out and buy more Musketeer I's and II's after doing this review? I even took one apart to see if I could separate the three circular meters (you can't, at least not easily). I used to be a totally "digital" guy, but this series from Cooler Master brought me back into the world of analog stuff.
 
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al, I'm pretty sure they do come off. Have you seen what Alonso did with it in his case? http://forums.bit-tech.net/showpost....&postcount=182
 
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it's pretty, kinda cool.
 
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al, I'm pretty sure they do come off. Have you seen what Alonso did with it in his case? http://forums.bit-tech.net/showpost....&postcount=182
They mount to a circuit board. You would need to desolder them and add in extension wires. It could be done, but it's difficult.
 
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hehehe, you are destroying a good thing.
 
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WOW, Alonso's project is awesome!!!
Pretty Cool Case!!!
 
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hehehe, you are destroying a good thing.
I took it apart, but not to the point that I destroyed anything. I just removed screws and pulled the circuit board assembly out of the chassis. It's all back together again, just waiting for me to install it somewhere.
 
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hehehe. got too many drives that you can't even find a place for this little thing...
 
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good review, nice case mod
 
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