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post #10401 of 23527
You can use the 932 door on the X, that way you can put 120's there
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post #10402 of 23527
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Originally Posted by Aximous View Post
You can use the 932 door on the X, that way you can put 120's there
That's an idea... but I'm more interested in changing the front fan at the moment, I like the X door more ^^
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post #10403 of 23527
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Is there a way to put two 120mm fans in front of the HAF X instead of the big 220/230mm fan? My friend gave me his Noctua's and I want to use them; plus I have some extra slots on my fan controller at the moment.
I don't know about HAF X, but on 932 there are holes in the front panel, you could try to hold your two fans there using the holes with screws and washers.
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post #10404 of 23527
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Originally Posted by Sypieni View Post
I don't know about HAF X, but on 932 there are holes in the front panel, you could try to hold your two fans there using the holes with screws and washers.
I remember there were some in the 932, built one for my buddy, but I just don't see aligned holes. I guess I'll be doing some drilling this time around
Or tie-wrap it like I usually do...
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post #10405 of 23527
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That's an idea... but I'm more interested in changing the front fan at the moment, I like the X door more ^^
Sorry misunderstood you, I thought you were talking about the door As Sypieni mentioned just check the panel if there are holes, I have them on the 922 also so I'd be surprised if they left them out from the X.
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Well, I have holes, but it's in the middle, for ONE fan, which I find kind of ridiculous...
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post #10407 of 23527
Yeah you could drill some holes because it would allow you to use some antivibration system which would be great IMO
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post #10408 of 23527
Hey All,

I just got a HAF 912, and I've got a question about dimensions before I purchase some case fans and my CPU cooler.


I would like to use a Mugen Rev. B CPU cooler. Will I still be able to mount a Megaflow 200mm fan for my top exhaust, or will there not be enough space? I will only be using the one push fan in the Mugen, possibly adding a pull later, but I will not be using a top fan on the Mugen.

The Mobo I will be purchasing is the Asus P8P67 if that makes a difference.


Thanks,
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The only pics I have right now Ill take better ones when my i7 875K gets here

Nice setup I like the trifire 5770s how do those scale..
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post #10410 of 23527
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Hey All,

I just got a HAF 912, and I've got a question about dimensions before I purchase some case fans and my CPU cooler.


I would like to use a Mugen Rev. B CPU cooler. Will I still be able to mount a Megaflow 200mm fan for my top exhaust, or will there not be enough space? I will only be using the one push fan in the Mugen, possibly adding a pull later, but I will not be using a top fan on the Mugen.

The Mobo I will be purchasing is the Asus P8P67 if that makes a difference.


Thanks,
-Alex
I think you will have plenty of room for a Mugen Rev. B if this comparison is any helpful for you, HAF 912 can handle a V6GT (with has roughly the same dimensions as the Mugen) without any trouble.

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