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post #91 of 737
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Originally Posted by hucklebuck View Post

I got a 120mm fan in the front intake of the main tower, without modding anything. It can fit 2.

I believe you are talking about in the front of the 925 part of the 935. The earlier question I was answering was referring to replacing the 92 mm fan with a 120 mm fan in the front of the 915R
post #92 of 737
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Originally Posted by lostboy5977 View Post

TO ITHANUL:
The base on my Haf 932c measures 9 x21 the haf stacker is 1 inch longer. But your need to figure in the locking trackes on either the top or bottom you may need remove them and place a flat surface there. It will work with a little work.
Just measured the bottom of my Had X. Comes out to 20 1/2 inches, so the 915 is not to long then. May give a go at modifying one to use as pedestal then as I have big 360 admiral radiator that was to big for the top, but still want to use it.
     
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post #93 of 737
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I believe you are talking about in the front of the 925 part of the 935. The earlier question I was answering was referring to replacing the 92 mm fan with a 120 mm fan in the front of the 915R

You are correct.
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post #94 of 737
I've completed my shopping list:

1 x HAF Stacker
3 x Noctua PF F12 PWM 120mm Fan (rad fans)
2 x BitFenix Spectre PWM 120mm Fan Red LED (case fans)
2 x Male Quick disconnects
2 x Female Quick disconnects
2 x 60* Fittings
4 x 90* fittings
8 x 13mm x 19mm Compression fittings
1 x XSPS RX360 v3
1 coil of 13mm ID x 19mm OD tube (red)


All the fittings are Koolance

I already have a ROG Formula VI, a 4770K and G-Skill Ram (red). I've a plan to sleeve my OCZ 1000W PSU and then upgrade my 560TI for a 770GTX later in the year.

First order goes out Monday for the HAF Stacker and the Fans. Got to wait for stock to come in for everything else though.
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Joining the club.

I love this case. It is by far the most versatile, well built and thought out case I've owned after 15 years of building PCs. When I ran across this case I realized it was time to try water cooling finally. I am currently laying out my two custom loops and deciding which fittings I'll use where. I had the same problem with my rad screw heads being too small. Luckily I had 16 black washers from a previous build to take care of the problem. I did have to use 35mm long screws though that came with my Alphacool rads.
Edited by xanlith - 1/10/14 at 9:15pm
post #96 of 737
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Originally Posted by Joeclim3er View Post

Shot of the case mod i made so the psu could fit properly.

Close up of said mod.

I was worried about this. My PSU is still on the way but I have the same one. What did you use to mod the case? Dremel? Any advice on making clean cuts on curved surfaces?
post #97 of 737
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Joining the club.

I love this case. It is by far the most versatile, well thought out and built case I've owned after 15 years of building PCs. When I ran across this case I realized it was time to try water cooling finally. I am currently laying out my two custom loops and deciding which fittings I'll use where. I had the same problem with my rad screw heads being too small. Luckily I had 16 black washers from a previous build to take care of the problem. I did have to use 35mm long screws though that came with my Alphacool rads.

I went to Fastenal and they ordered black screws and rubber washers the perfect size i needed I think 17 bucks for a hundred each.
post #98 of 737
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Originally Posted by xanlith View Post

I was worried about this. My PSU is still on the way but I have the same one. What did you use to mod the case? Dremel? Any advice on making clean cuts on curved surfaces?
I used a dremel with a reinforced metal cutting blade to ruff cut the strait parts and used the high speed metal bit to cut around corners. Then using a file i tried to make the cuts as smooth and strait as possible to make up any mistakes i made. Got some fan molding from frozen cpu to hide bare edge. Be careful when cutting not to let it get away from you or it will nick your paint. I also used masking take to give me some strait edges to go along. Just mask what you want protected and leave the trash bare. I oversized my cut as well because the first time worked small but the molding wouldnt make as tight of a bend as i first cut.
post #99 of 737
I saw Jay from Jaystwocents put a 4x120 rad into the 915 when he did his unboxing of the HAF Stacker, I think it would be awesome if Cooler Master could build a more dedicated Rad box style 915. Something that holds dual 4x120 or even 3x120 rads using brackets rather than mounting them to the side panels. (similar to the basement of the 900d from Corsair) then make the side panels a honey comb mesh all the way across the case to match the front.

Remove the drive bay and the PSU support and make it strictly for mounting rads or hard drives, also could have a 120mm or 140mm fan in the front rather than a 92mm, there are way more options in the bigger sizes and I think a Jetflo 120 would be nice. and the front of the 915 would match the 925 as far as LED case fans.

utilize that partnership with Swiftech and get them to help design something.

I think the current 915s are a bit too one size fits all, the whole point of modularization is to have options for the pieces you want without much compromise.

I've watched a lot of CES videos of the Cooler Master Suite and they seem to be really open to suggestions and comments.


these may be design considerations that would have had to have been implemented during the early stages but just thought I'd share my idea.
Edited by 8Five - 1/12/14 at 8:18pm
post #100 of 737
Not sure if Coolermaster is still paying attention to this thread, but in terms of suggestions I am finding the 915F and 915R are too small in terms of width. I just got a 915F to add to my 935 setup, I am just running hard drives in it. However when you put the hard drive racks in, you can no longer run fans on the side panels. I guess my issue is that when you run the 915F or 915R in one of its "functions" it blocks out the convenient next step. No fans in the hard drive setup, no 5.25 for a fan controller when running it as a radiator box. Both problems are small size adjustments from being fixed.

So it is obviously too late to change the width of the 925 and 915f/r, but I'd be happy with bulged side panels that could be bought. They would have to be bulged or boxed out at least a fan width if not a fan and radiator combined width. I personally would not mind the appearance of having one section wider than the other. It would also mean you could have 2-360 rads with push or pull fans attached to the side panels but the inside of the box would still fit the m-itx board or hard drives or pump and res combo. I'm sure this could be modded and that most people would dislike the look of this anyways but I can dream.
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