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post #5531 of 23573 Old 03-30-2010, 09:57 PM
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^^ Nice, paint that interior!

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^^ Nice, paint that interior!
I was thinking of having the red one powder coated but i decided to wait till June for the release of the HAF-X I have some big water cooling plans for a pair of 480's and the 980x. So many kickass rigs here i'm overwhelmed.

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I was thinking of having the red one powder coated but i decided to wait till June for the release of the HAF-X I have some big water cooling plans for a pair of 480's and the 980x. So many kickass rigs here i'm overwhelmed.
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Yea but will 2 of them be able to handle three 87cfm fans? I think the 230mm side fans are rated at 60+cfm not sure maybe in the 100s.
78CFM I believe, and did you finally get a HAF?!
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You're not dealing with a sealed air system, ie air will spill out all over the place anyway, because of all the grilles. Just try the configuration and see how it goes. 4 side fans would probably work better but if you only have 2 then so be it. Personally I wouldn't fight gravity so my bottom rad is probably pre-heating the air for the top rad, but I doubt it makes that much difference?
Yea i am thinking it won't make a difference and would probably suck air out from the gpu fan since that is intake
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I was thinking of having the red one powder coated but i decided to wait till June for the release of the HAF-X I have some big water cooling plans for a pair of 480's and the 980x. So many kickass rigs here i'm overwhelmed.
a pair of 480!!!!, must be externally mounted? I had a tough task of mounting a 360 to the front. good luck


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Hi,
Just wondering how hard it was to change out the LED's on your fan controller. I cannot figure out which side is the positive before moving forward.
I thought it was pretty simple really. While the fan controller is on, you can hold the new LEDs against the old ones to figure out which way they need to be. Thats how I did it. Theres some more pics and info of the process in my buildlog if you take a look. Link. Have fun!


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Proud new owner of a 932! I'm building my system tonight, and then I'm going to be looking at what kinds of mods I want to do. Mostly lighting/fan stuff, nothing too major... but I would like it to have a nice ambient glow! Currently debating between red and blue.

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