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Hey man be nice. You've only got 666 posts to your name so just go with the flow. Okay?

@Massy... Hey Mate, If you go to the bottom of your very last post there is an edit option. Better yet, you can pick out a couple of good shots(if they're all pretty similar) and post them and be done with it. Some of us are still running small crappy CPUs'(NOT FOR LONG) so the bandwidth, uses a ton of resources and leaves incomplete pics. Especially for us guys running 100 posts a page.

It's all good though. If you have a question on how to do something, ask away. None of us will look down on you for doing so.

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first of all, stop double posting. use the correct system setting in the CP, and learn to edit.....
Go to performance-pcs.com look in the watercooling section under 140mm and there should be more than a few available.

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Does anyone know if there are bigger radiators than the triple 120s? I'm thinking along the lines of a triple rad that will fill the top of the case, maybe a 3x160?
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cheers Ceadderman im learning lol 666b its an evil number seen it early,r lol sorry for all the hastle
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So, you guys going to be letting HAF-X owners in eh? Hopefully I will be here next week with some build pics
I saw these earilier this week, got a little jealous. Should probs let them in on the action seeing as how they are in the HAF family after all. Look forward to seeing what you can do with it...

@ceadderman... yeah that's pretty good, probs put my slim 3x120 to shame cooling wise.
I'll add it to my "when my ship comes in" list.
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The HAF-X, or 942, is available to pre-order in the UK for £155. The 932 is £103 and the RC-1000 New V2 Cosmos is £143. Something seriously wrong with this pricing. I got my 932 for £105 and it's dropped after all this time by £2!
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I went to Fry's last Friday and they just got the HAF-X in for $200. I was pretty tempted to buy it.
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I went to Fry's last Friday and they just got the HAF-X in for $200. I was pretty tempted to buy it.
Gah, I want it so bad!

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The HAF-X, or 942, is available to pre-order in the UK for £155. The 932 is £103 and the RC-1000 New V2 Cosmos is £143. Something seriously wrong with this pricing. I got my 932 for £105 and it's dropped after all this time by £2!
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Gah, I want it so bad!
lol I don't know if you know if you ever actually read up on the features or saw it in person but it's pretty bad ass. It makes your case so much cleaner and easier to work with. Go to Fry's and check it out.
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lol I don't know if you know if you ever actually read up on the features or saw it in person but it's pretty bad ass. It makes your case so much cleaner and easier to work with. Go to Fry's and check it out.
I'm not too fond of it tbh. It's got some nice features but I reckon I still prefer the 932 for the design and layout. Theres just so much acess when your working in the HAF, spehs with the removable psu panel.

I'm interested to know whether or not those sata drivebays are hot swap or not. CM says you don't have to open the side of the case to change a harddrive so I'd assume so but "tu ne sais jamais".Either way, they'll be on the CM parts website so I'll snaffle them up from there without shelling out for the case.

Again, anyone got a spare HDD cage, pref 4 bays or more intact.
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