AMD wasn't kidding when it told us that Radeon R9 Fury X owners would be able to customize their cards' dimpled, rubberized top plates by way of a 3D printer. The company has posted a guide to removing and reinstalling the plate, along with the schematic files that you'll need to get started down the road to the custom cover of your dreams.
The guide also contains very detailed instructions for removing the four screws that hold the cover to the rest of the card. Be careful, though, as the company says it won't provide replacements for damaged or otherwise disfigured covers, nor will the warranty cover any damage to the card caused by attempts to take it apart. We trust that most people with the motivation and means to perform this kind of modification can handle it.
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