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Used to HAF Space, Now I HAF Water Cooling [HAF 932] [Liquid Cooling]

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Introduction
I started this project because the air cooling in my rig was too loud. I had 3 200mm fans, 1 140mm, and 3x120mm fans (including the CPU fan). It sounded like a leaf blower was sitting under my desk. Granted, SpeedFan and my NZXT Sentry-2 made life a little better, but still it was too loud for me. I also had always wanted to try out water cooling, so this gave me the push to go for it. After reading a ton of material online, I decided to order this EK LT kit with a triple rad and an accompanying GPU block from Dazmode.com (which was a great experience btw, highly recommended). A supply shortage stopped me from springing for the HF kit, but I wasn't too concerned since I'm running a 2500k anyway.

At the same time, though, I thought "what the hell, might as well go balls to the wall" so I started planning for a UV sleeving mod. My thought was to go orange and blue to match my MSI motherboard. However, the inside of the HAF 932 is grey stock and doesn't look very nice. I thought that it couldn't be too hard to paint the inside all black, and before I knew it I had a project that would take me a hell of a lot longer than I thought.

Disclaimer
This is my first mod, and pretty much my first custom rig. Some of my workmanship sucks. I don't have a proper work area (I live with my parents) and I lack experience. I'll try to point out where I went wrong what I can do better, but please feel free to constructively criticize my build.

Also, I realize the photography blows.

The List
  • Paint Interior
  • Run Water Cooling Loop
  • Route Cables WIP. I'll have to redo this when I sleeve everything at a later date
  • Sleeve/Heatshrink Cables
  • Install blacklights and switch
  • Modify fans to emit UV light and have the LEDs be switchable
  • Optional: Buy harddrive and NB/SB/Vreg blocks for my motherboard.

Gallery
I have a Google Web Album of all of the pictures that I took during this build. Feel free to browse through them, but be warned that there is a ton of extraneous pictures, as well as blurred ones.

My Work Log Gallery

Latest Snapshot

Blacklighting installed! Looks awesome with all the fan LEDs turned off!

Supplies
  • Water cooling kit (comes with all required mounting hardware, sort of)
  • GPU water block
  • Paint & Primer (I used 4 cans of paint and 2 cans of primer)
  • Screwdriver (I mostly used a No. 0-2 Philips and a Flat)
  • Needlenose Pliers
  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Lots of newspaper and Masking/Painter's tape
  • Sandpaper (200, 400, 600, 800. About 2 sheets of each)
  • Compressed air (or an air compressor)
  • Patience and Good music.

Disassembly
Well, since this rig was fully functional, I had to do a teardown. This is what the rig looked like at the start of this:


And this is a picture of all of the extra kit going into the case:


First the 5.25" drives come out, including my fan controller:


Then the 3.5" drives. (Yes, I'm using laptop drives....)


Notice my terrible cable management job. It will be much better in the finished build:


After the 3.5" drives comes my GPUs. I'm running the 460 purely for F@H and I'm willing to part with it /shameless plug


After ripping out some cables, time to take off the front panel:


Then the front plastic trim:


Nice and clean back here now!


After that, the PSU, PSU stage, bottom and rear exhaust fans:


Last but not least, the motherboard!


Only things left in the case at this point are the PCI clips and the drive holders. The PCI bracket clips are held in by a single rod that runs along the back and are super easy to pull out. The drive holders, though, require some brute force and ignorance in order to get out. I used the flat bladed screwdriver to push the plastic tabs up and over the metal ones. The top holder gave me troubles, the others didn't. I used a surprising amount of force without damaging them, so don't be afraid to reef on them if you need to.


With everything out, I had to find a place to paint. I can't paint anywhere in my house, and it was raining outside, so I waited until my girlfriend got home from work.

Painting
It was a dark and stormy night...


My girlfriend was kind enough to let me use her shed in her backyard so I could paint in the rain. Good thing too, it ended up raining for 3 straight days.


I covered everything in newspaper. That turned out to be a bad decision later, but I thought I was doing alright...


Also, please paint in a well ventilated area. This is a good example of how NOT to do it:


I laid down 3 coats of primer. The trick is to lay down as thin coats as possible. Refer to this guide to case painting by noahmateen1234 for more details. I personally didn't find it neccessary to sand in between the primer and the colour coats.


My girlfriend remarked that I looked like I was up to no good in a baggy hoodie, baggy jeans, a filter mask and a spray paint can.


The primer looked good after drying overnight. There were a few problem areas that I wasn't careful enough to spray evenly. Lesson: Take your time and be thorough. Also, newspaper is a bad idea for covering fan grills. Your best idea is to cover them entirely with tape to ensure no overspray. However, if you end up like me and get primer everywhere, don't worry. Rubbing alcohol can take it off without too much trouble.


I painted a grand total of 6 coats of black. That's probably 2 more than I needed, but I was unfortunately not totally even on the back panel so I decided to do another couple of coats. Final results:


There are spots where I definitely didn't tape accurately enough and a couple of uneven spots. I know that, and if I knew then what I know now it would be more even. Overall though, I'm still super happy with the result.
Edited by DWSR - 10/22/11 at 4:24pm
 
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I'm running a HAF 932 with 2x120mm fans, 2x200mm fans and liquid cooling for the CPU with 120mm fan, and its basically silent.. I really don't recommend watercooling, but its your passion and its your case!

Have fun! I'm looking to get maybe a double RAD or a liquid block for my GTX 580 in the next 2 months, will be checking in often!

+rep
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The closed loop CPU-only options (from Corsair and such) interested me but seemed to be an option that was more for the "Hah I have water cooling" than actually being more efficient than air.
Edited by DWSR - 10/14/11 at 11:15pm
 
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Subbed to this, that's pretty much exactly what I want to do to my HAF 932, feel a bit sad everytime I see my hardware against the drab grey background. Then I'm planning to rig up a loop for my i7 930 and 2x GTX 570s.
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Originally Posted by DWSR View Post
The closed loop CPU-only options (from Corsair and such) interested me but seemed to be an option that was more for the "Hah I have water cooling" than actually being more efficient than air.
Actually if you check my Sig Link out I have a YouTube vid of my 932 with H50. It's as good as Megahelm and DH-14 without putting a lot of weight on the Mainboard.

I didn't buy it for the "Hah I have water cooling" aspect. More like "I'm not quite sure about Water Cooling so I'll do this to get my feet wet" aspect. I wasn't able to get a stable 4Ghz OC on my 955 so I sold the H50 and am building my own Custom Loop. My temps were awesome with my H50 though. 29-32c @ Idle, 47-49c @ Load. But I did lapp my CPU and the Cold plate and I also added a set of matched fans. So for what it's worth Hydro Series coolers are pretty nice.

Anyway, I like your work there but my constructive criticism would suggest painting everything down and tap that button. Don't squeeze for a steady stream and do it in coats. Lightly dust let dry, then go over it again. You'll know when you get your desired outcome.

Oh and SUBB'ED.

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Actually if you check my Sig Link out I have a YouTube vid of my 932 with H50. It's as good as Megahelm and DH-14 without putting a lot of weight on the Mainboard.

I didn't buy it for the "Hah I have water cooling" aspect. More like "I'm not quite sure about Water Cooling so I'll do this to get my feet wet" aspect. I wasn't able to get a stable 4Ghz OC on my 955 so I sold the H50 and am building my own Custom Loop. My temps were awesome with my H50 though. 29-32c @ Idle, 47-49c @ Load. But I did lapp my CPU and the Cold plate and I also added a set of matched fans. So for what it's worth Hydro Series coolers are pretty nice.
I'm very much a "go big or go home" kind of guy.

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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Anyway, I like your work there but my constructive criticism would suggest painting everything down and tap that button. Don't squeeze for a steady stream and do it in coats. Lightly dust let dry, then go over it again. You'll know when you get your desired outcome.
Yeah, I figured that out for the topmost coats, which is why they probably turned out better than the others. It didn't seem to matter for the primer that much though. :shrug:
 
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I just installed a fill line from the top fill port in my case down to my res. I'm stuck on my build until Tuesday because I need extra fittings for everything to go together, but here's some pics:


 
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What size tubing are you going to use?

For mine I'm going to run a Danger Den Fillport/Res with a 90 degree fitting with EK comp to a AlpaCool Rotary Y fitting with EK Comp in the top of my XSPC DDC Res. The other branch of that is outlet from my Radiator. All 1/2" with White PrimoChill tubing.

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I'm running what came with the kit. It's 3/8" ID Masterkleer.
 
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