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How to conceal a card reader in your case!

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2012/08/19 17:38:57 (permalink)
All you have to do is push it back into your case & possibly screw it into your case but in my case I did not have to & then cover it up with one of your drive covers!


   
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    knightsilver
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    Re:How to conceal a card readied in your case! 2012/08/19 18:53:43 (permalink)
    FAIL, I can still see the LED!

     
     
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    Re:How to conceal a card readied in your case! 2012/08/19 19:00:44 (permalink)
    knightsilver

    FAIL, I can still see the LED!


    Unsolder the led from the drive.  or color the tip of the bulb black.  2 easy fixes

     
     
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    Re:How to conceal a card readied in your case! 2012/08/19 19:04:31 (permalink)
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    knightsilver

    FAIL, I can still see the LED!


    Unsolder the led from the drive.  or color the tip of the bulb black.  2 easy fixes

    Thank you but, did this mod help you at all?

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    Re:How to conceal a card readied in your case! 2012/08/19 19:06:48 (permalink)
    I do not have a card reader, but this seems useful.  Depending on how big your case is, you will need to make sure the reader or any drive does not hit the motherboard or GPU's for that manner. 
    I noticed in my case, i could slide my HDD back further than it is suppose to.

     
     
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