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the blue edition costs 20 bucks to ship but idc, it looks awesome with all the LED's. its been on newegg for quite a long time. so i think im going to add another 120mm fan for the vga dock too then. and hook up all of my fans to the Lamptron Touch i am going to get.
    
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You will be more than happy with the HAF-X. It's a great case and can handle any component out there aside from a few extreme pieces.

The airflow is phenomenal if you invest in a good fan controller and replace a few of the stock fans.

After having mine for a while I wish I bought something with a more muted look - I'm over the "gamer" case look and will probably go with something a bit more subtle in the future. Maybe a newer Corsair or Lian-li case.

One of my only qualms about the HAF-X is there are indeed some plastic parts. The first time I took off one of the 5 1/4 covers a piece of the plastic broke off. Not something you expect with a $200 case. I also was unhappy that I had to do some "creative mounting" when picking up replacement fans. The side/top/front 'big-boy' fans are not standard size - you will find that they are a custom CM 220mm or 230mm~ size and to mount a 200mm standard fan you will need to use zip ties or your preferred method. This doesn't bother me since I'm meticulous with my mounting and you can't tell anyway, but good to know up-front.

That said, it's a great case and you'll certainly be happy with it for years to come. There isn't much out there that any other standard single-wide case has that the HAF-X doesn't.

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Have the HAF 932, and considering the HAF X is very similar (bigger side window and I think a slightly different fan configuration) I'd recommend the HAF X
    
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You will be more than happy with the HAF-X. It's a great case and can handle any component out there aside from a few extreme pieces.

The airflow is phenomenal if you invest in a good fan controller and replace a few of the stock fans.

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That said, it's a great case and you'll certainly be happy with it for years to come. There isn't much out there that any other standard single-wide case has that the HAF-X doesn't.

Happy shopping!
I will be getting the Lamptron Touch controller. If I add another 200mm on top and a 120 in the vga dock, with the hyper 212+ with an extra 120mm fan. Will I really need any other fans? Or to replace any?

Also what exact cord do I need to connect 2 200mm fans to 1 3 pin channel of the lamptron touch
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Sorry for double post, but what would be the best 120 mm fan for vga dock. Based on noise/performance
    
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I will be getting the Lamptron Touch controller. If I add another 200mm on top and a 120 in the vga dock, with the hyper 212+ with an extra 120mm fan. Will I really need any other fans? Or to replace any?

Also what exact cord do I need to connect 2 200mm fans to 1 3 pin channel of the lamptron touch
I also have the lamptron touch controller. Great choice - Very happy with it myself.

Personally I don't mind the noise of the fans ramped up to 100%. The fans that it comes with are very quiet. One thing I absolutely recommend is replacing your exhaust (rear) fan with a higher CFM fan. I use the Scythe Kama Flex (seen here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185164 ) because I didn't think that the stock exhaust was sufficient.

You seem to have been doing quite a bit of research on the case, so I'm sure you've seen the threads that recommend using the top fans as intake (they are exhaust by default), and just using the rear fan as the exhaust. I use this setup and have had great results.

As for the 220/230mm fans, I replaced all of mine with NZXT performance series fans from MicroCenter (you can find them online). I went with these because they were a big step up in CFM, and they also match my red/black/white color scheme very well.
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How would I setup the top fans for intake?

if im not going to.be overclocking crazy will I need to update all the fans? Or will adding the 120 in vga dock, anorher 200mm with both top fans switched to intake, and getting a better exhaust fan in the rear be enough to keep it cool

@aesthetics does that 135mm fan fit the 140 mm slot in the rear?
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How would I setup the top fans for intake?

if im not going to.be overclocking crazy will I need to update all the fans? Or will adding the 120 in vga dock, anorher 200mm with both top fans switched to intake, and getting a better exhaust fan in the rear be enough to keep it cool

@aesthetics does that 135mm fan fit the 140 mm slot in the rear?
Yes, that fan fits in the rear exhaust without any modifications.

To set up the top fans for intake, simply take off the top cover (a few plastic tabs), unscrew the fan, and flip it. Install the 2nd optional fan in the same orientation. If you look at your fan, there will always be 2 arrows on the side telling you which way the air will flow through it. Mount accordingly.

I think if you get the additional fan up top, and a good exhaust fan, you'll be just fine.
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Id recommend you go with the HAF-X because cable management is much easier than the 1200.
 
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