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Its here! Now I have to go play with it.... the case that is...smile.gif


Edited by BVM - 11/28/12 at 2:30pm
 
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post #32 of 10491
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Congrats to everyone who has ordered the new Haf Xb, I will add future owners when your case arrives and/or a description of your build! Thank you and welcome. smile.gif

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Originally Posted by BVM View Post

Its here! Now I have to go play with it.... the case that is...smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1147459/

Welcome to the club BVM cheers.gif Glad to see you got this badboy in your hands to play with!tongue.gif I will add you to the members list and link your name when your updated pics become available.thumb.gif



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Edited by t77snapshot - 11/28/12 at 4:05pm
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post #33 of 10491
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Originally Posted by BVM View Post

Its here! Now I have to go play with it.... the case that is...smile.gif

Cool Maaaaan! biggrin.gif

 

So what are you waiting for now GO GO GO! tongue.gif

 

I'm awaiting our (for my brother and then I eventually) Yate Loon fan order from Petra's as well as a Sunbeam 3.5" fan controller which I'll secure inside the chassis so to then start my brothers transfer build from his now CM 690II Advanced Nvidia Edition case.

post #34 of 10491
Hey guys. I'm thinking of picking up one of these bad boys for my rig. Do you think that the mesh on the top panel ( 200mm fan area ) could be replaced with a perspex ( glass ) panel so I could see the cpu and graphics card better. I single sleeved my power supply and spent quite some time on aesthetics so I'd like to be able to see what's inside. Thanks

MOBO: MSI Z77A-G45
CPU: Intel Core i7 2600k @ 4.3ghz
CPU: Antec Kuhler H20 620 - Corsair SP120 Push/Pull config.
RAM: Kingston Hyper-X Genesis 16GB DDR3 @ 1600mhz
GPU: Sapphire HD 6950 2GB DDR5 OC Edition ( Hoping to Crossfire or get a 670 and then someday go SLI )
SSD: Corsair Force 3 - 120GB
HDD: Hitachi 320GB 5400rpm
PSU: FSP Aurum Gold 700 ( wrapped in Carbon and single sleeved )
CASE: Used to have a Zalman Z9+, got the Antec Three Hundred Two for free and now I'm looking for a new case as I sold the Zalman.
post #35 of 10491
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Originally Posted by Desperado21 View Post

Hey guys. I'm thinking of picking up one of these bad boys for my rig. Do you think that the mesh on the top panel ( 200mm fan area ) could be replaced with a perspex ( glass ) panel so I could see the cpu and graphics card better. I single sleeved my power supply and spent quite some time on aesthetics so I'd like to be able to see what's inside. Thanks

MOBO: MSI Z77A-G45
CPU: Intel Core i7 2600k @ 4.3ghz
CPU: Antec Kuhler H20 620 - Corsair SP120 Push/Pull config.
RAM: Kingston Hyper-X Genesis 16GB DDR3 @ 1600mhz
GPU: Sapphire HD 6950 2GB DDR5 OC Edition ( Hoping to Crossfire or get a 670 and then someday go SLI )
SSD: Corsair Force 3 - 120GB
HDD: Hitachi 320GB 5400rpm
PSU: FSP Aurum Gold 700 ( wrapped in Carbon and single sleeved )
CASE: Used to have a Zalman Z9+, got the Antec Three Hundred Two for free and now I'm looking for a new case as I sold the Zalman.

http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/product.php?product_id=10021&product_name=HAF%20XB%20Transparent%20Top%20Window%20Panel

 

One day CM will be selling these as well as clear side panels I hear.

 

You can probably do what you suggested provided the pins can accomodate the plexi thickness, otherwise you'll have to find another way to hold it on.


Edited by nickt1862 - 11/28/12 at 5:46pm
post #36 of 10491
Thanks for the quick reply. That sort of made my day. I might have to buy one of these now biggrin.gif I think a DIY job would probably do. Once again, thanks
post #37 of 10491
Has anyone that's put together their HAF-X build had any issues with pressing the front panel area (around the usb ports, etc) triggering a reboot or power off?

edit: I've had my build together for a week now, posted some pics in the HAF thread let me find them so you can add me to the club.
Edited by rquinn19 - 11/28/12 at 7:23pm
post #38 of 10491
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Originally Posted by rquinn19 View Post

Has anyone that's put together their HAF-X build had any issues with pressing the front panel area (around the usb ports, etc) triggering a reboot or power off?

edit: I've had my build together for a week now, posted some pics in the HAF thread let me find them so you can add me to the club.

 

Maybe you could provide us here photos of the front of the case without the front panel on concentrating on the PCB area, maybe we can see a possible "defect" as well as a photo of the back of the front panel where the power button and such are.

 

Also you can try a suggestion to see if there's an actual problem with the PCB itself, that is to disconnect the reset switch plug from the mobo header and see if that stops the problem.

 

I'll find out within the week when I do the transfer build on my brother's HAF XB case if the same happens with proven working no issue hardware components.  Hopefully others who have built their systems with this great case will be able to chime in.

post #39 of 10491
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Originally Posted by rquinn19 View Post

Has anyone that's put together their HAF-X build had any issues with pressing the front panel area (around the usb ports, etc) triggering a reboot or power off?
edit: I've had my build together for a week now, posted some pics in the HAF thread let me find them so you can add me to the club.

I have a similar issue,but mine happens when i remove or install the side panel on the left side. smile.gif
post #40 of 10491
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Originally Posted by TylerRWL View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by rquinn19 View Post

Has anyone that's put together their HAF-X build had any issues with pressing the front panel area (around the usb ports, etc) triggering a reboot or power off?
edit: I've had my build together for a week now, posted some pics in the HAF thread let me find them so you can add me to the club.

I have a similar issue,but mine happens when i remove or install the side panel on the left side. smile.gif

Being I can't see from here biggrin.gif is there a wire possibly being pinched or making contact with such when you install that side panel?

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