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Painting PC case need help

Normal spray paint should be fine.

 

Use at least 2 coats, but add more if you feel like it.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have a Rosewill tyrfing, and I was wondering if it's a good idea to paint the inside of my case. It's black on the inside and outside I want it white. Should I use high temp spray? How many coats on inside and outside? 

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Normal spray paint should be fine.

 

Use at least 2 coats, but add more if you feel like it.


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2 minutes ago, NoRomanBatmansAllowed said:

Normal spray paint should be fine.

 

Use at least 2 coats, but add more if you feel like it.

Just a can or two should cover the whole thing?


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CPU: AMD RYZEN 2200G || GPU: EVGA GTX 780 || PSU: EVGA 500W  ||  MOBO: MSI B350M MORTAR ||

RAM: BALLISTIX SPORT LT 12GB (4X3) DDR4 3133 MHz ||  CPU COOLER: AMD WRAITH STEALTH || SSD: SILICON POWER S55 120GB (BOOT) ||

HDD: WESTERN DIGITAL 500GB BLUE 7.2K RPM, 200GB random Toshiba HDD || CASE: Thermaltake View 28 ||

Laptop

CPU: INTEL CORE I3 5005U || GPU: INTEL HD GRAPHICS 5500 || HDD: 250GB TOSHIBA 5.4K RPM || DISPLAY: 1080P TN PANEL(YUCK!!!) ||

Consoles

|| XBOX 360 (JASPER) || XBOX ONE S || NINTENDO WII || PLAYSTATION 2 (somewhere in a box) ||

Handhelds

|| Huawei mate se ||

PS Vita (1000 model, henkaku fw 3.87 ||

NINTENDO 3DS XL (original not new) || NINTENDO DSI XL (can't seem to find that) ||

 

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22 minutes ago, The Cheeto Bomb said:

I have a Rosewill tyrfing, and I was wondering if it's a good idea to paint the inside of my case. It's black on the inside and outside I want it white. Should I use high temp spray? How many coats on inside and outside? 

 

 

I used plasti dip on my PC, ive been doing it for about 2 years, When ever you are tried of the color it is easily changeable (When you try to remove it)

Ive changed the color of my case 3ish times, I think it is a much better option the spray paint...

 


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7 hours ago, The Cheeto Bomb said:

I have a Rosewill tyrfing, and I was wondering if it's a good idea to paint the inside of my case. It's black on the inside and outside I want it white. Should I use high temp spray? How many coats on inside and outside? 

Your going to need to properly prep the surfaces by scuffing it with scotch brite or fine sandpaper before ideally applying a light primer. FOr the inside your going to get a fair bit of over spray unless you take apart the whole case by removing the rivets. As for the amount of paint and coverage it depends on the paint and color but usually around 3 can should be able to take care of it. 

 

If you want more in depth details I have a guide that goes over this under Case Painting. 

 

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3 hours ago, W-L said:

Your going to need to properly prep the surfaces by scuffing it with scotch brite or fine sandpaper before ideally applying a light primer. FOr the inside your going to get a fair bit of over spray unless you take apart the whole case by removing the rivets. As for the amount of paint and coverage it depends on the paint and color but usually around 3 can should be able to take care of it. 

 

If you want more in depth details I have a guide that goes over this under Case Painting. 

 

i'll look into this. thanks!


Main pc

CPU: AMD RYZEN 2200G || GPU: EVGA GTX 780 || PSU: EVGA 500W  ||  MOBO: MSI B350M MORTAR ||

RAM: BALLISTIX SPORT LT 12GB (4X3) DDR4 3133 MHz ||  CPU COOLER: AMD WRAITH STEALTH || SSD: SILICON POWER S55 120GB (BOOT) ||

HDD: WESTERN DIGITAL 500GB BLUE 7.2K RPM, 200GB random Toshiba HDD || CASE: Thermaltake View 28 ||

Laptop

CPU: INTEL CORE I3 5005U || GPU: INTEL HD GRAPHICS 5500 || HDD: 250GB TOSHIBA 5.4K RPM || DISPLAY: 1080P TN PANEL(YUCK!!!) ||

Consoles

|| XBOX 360 (JASPER) || XBOX ONE S || NINTENDO WII || PLAYSTATION 2 (somewhere in a box) ||

Handhelds

|| Huawei mate se ||

PS Vita (1000 model, henkaku fw 3.87 ||

NINTENDO 3DS XL (original not new) || NINTENDO DSI XL (can't seem to find that) ||

 

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