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post #10651 of 23525
I am moding a HAF X case. I want to install all Blue LED Fans, 3 in total 2-200mm on the top and 1-230mm in the front. I have all Coolermaster replacement fans (pain to get the 230mm one). But I want to be able to control the LED light on/off. They dont seem to have the extra wire to do this.

Can anyone tell me how I might achieve this.

also, has anyone else notices that the screw holes on the optional top fan are not the same size as the screws that come with the replacement fan? I was just planning on drilling this out. advice is needed.

I am building my first system:
i7-2600k
asus p67 evo
16gb ripjaw X RAM (i know this is overkill, it was just a good deal)
120 g vertex 2 SSD for boot
2tb WD black sata 6g/sec
HD XFX 6870
corsair 850W PSU
coolermaster hyper 212+
arctic silver thermal paste

Waiting to OC when Bios problems fixed, planning on building this weekend.
Edited by jjustinia11 - 1/24/11 at 9:57pm
post #10652 of 23525
Quote:
Originally Posted by jjustinia11;12132618 
I am moding a HAF X case. I want to install all Blue LED Fans, 3 in total 2-200mm on the top and 1-230mm in the front. I have all Coolermaster replacement fans (pain to get the 230mm one). But I want to be able to control the LED light on/off. They dont seem to have the extra wire to do this.

Can anyone tell me how I might achieve this.

also, has anyone else notices that the screw holes on the optional top fan are not the same size as the screws that come with the replacement fan? I was just planning on drilling this out. advice is needed.

I am building my first system:
i7-2600k
asus p67 evo
16gb ripjaw X RAM (i know this is overkill, it was just a good deal)
120 g vertex 2 SSD for boot
2tb WD black sata 6g/sec
HD XFX 6870
corsair 850W PSU
coolermaster hyper 212+
arctic silver thermal paste

Use standard case screws (like ones used to hold a hard drive, psu, or pci device in). Those are what are used on the other 200mm fan. They screw right in.
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post #10653 of 23525
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Originally Posted by TamaDrumz76;12132650 
Use standard case screws (like ones used to hold a hard drive, psu, or pci device in). Those are what are used on the other 200mm fan. They screw right in.

Cool, but the other problem is that the second fan is too close to the USB 3.0 front panel cables. I was going to drill new holes closer to the rear fan and shave of the top tabs on the fan so the case top close with out interfering with the new fan. Has any one had this problem with the second fan being to close to the front?

Thank you!

by the way I play pearl drums!drum.gifdrum.gif
post #10654 of 23525
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Originally Posted by jjustinia11;12132695 
Cool, but the other problem is that the second fan is too close to the USB 3.0 front panel cables. I was going to drill new holes closer to the rear fan and shave of the top tabs on the fan so the case top close with out interfering with the new fan. Has any one had this problem with the second fan being to close to the front?

Thank you!

by the way I play pearl drums!drum.gifdrum.gif

Haha, I also use Pearl... a Pearl Masters Studio. I use this screen name everywhere and it is old.

Also, as to the USB3 cables, clip the zip ties holding the cables together and it will allow you to manipulate them and get them sort of out of the way. It takes a little work, but you can get it closed.
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post #10655 of 23525
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Originally Posted by tw34k;12131825 
I think I qualify to join the club with my new build.

About 2-3 weeks old by now, pics from first day and the power supply was the only not brand new part which then proceeded to fail a day ago and will be replaced soon.



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i want that side panel so bad >.<<br /> welcome to the club!
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Re-did my loop. Best I've ever done cable management wise, but I don't like having the PSU flipped that way. Wish I had cut the holes for the rad more closer to the fan so I have room for my modular cables.

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post #10657 of 23525
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Originally Posted by marl;12133006 
Re-did my loop. Best I've ever done cable management wise, but I don't like having the PSU flipped that way. Wish I had cut the holes for the rad more closer to the fan so I have room for my modular cables.

sounds like you already know what to do smile.gif
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post #10658 of 23525
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Originally Posted by seesee;12126144 
just curious in terms of sound proofing.. is the HAF-932 more noisy than HAF-X? Because i notice the 932 side panel have more mesh holes....

any comments?
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Originally Posted by Arkwin;12131003 
yea. plus all the bling inside it, people always wanna take it apart and look inside, so i just leave it open, haha.

I leave mine shut, I dont like grubby hands groping my hardware.
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Originally Posted by seesee;12135082 
any comments?

Most of us don't own both a HAF-X and 932. My 932 has mesh in the top and front. I do not have a mesh panel in the side because mine's superspecialsauce. I would imagine a normal 932 is a little louder than a HAF-X. The best thing you can do to combat the noise is go with a water cooling solution or go with high quality low sound fans. Other than that I am just as clueless as you confused.gif
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