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post #14081 of 23545
Question all, and if someone has done it can you link pics of build logs?

In the front where the 230mm fan is and the HDD racks, has anyone mounted a 120x1 radiator there?
I am in the process of some substantial build/rebuild/seperation of parts and will likely need more cooling than I currently have. I am already mounting an extra on the rear exhaust mount, but was thinking about the front.

Any input, pics etc?

Thanks
post #14082 of 23545
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Originally Posted by DarkHollow;13584536 
I finally got around to taking pics, here they are:

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Now I can finally get added to the club tongue.gif


Nice Strange Music Sticker
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Originally Posted by Marauder_IIc;13650890 
Question all, and if someone has done it can you link pics of build logs?

In the front where the 230mm fan is and the HDD racks, has anyone mounted a 120x1 radiator there?
I am in the process of some substantial build/rebuild/seperation of parts and will likely need more cooling than I currently have. I am already mounting an extra on the rear exhaust mount, but was thinking about the front.

Any input, pics etc?

Thanks
Didn't put a rad in that spot but as you can see with HD rack removed there in plenty of room.
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Other owners have stuffed 240 and 360 Rads in the front as well. It takes some work but it can be done. cool.gif

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Originally Posted by FannBlade;13650593 
For any of that have missed all the updates Saltwater's Cobra build is almost done.

Here is the latest post.

Fann... you HAVE TO stick one of these on it:

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He did have a grill made with a cobra on it.
    
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So. Two days ago I built a computer for a friend of mine at work. He got a new sandy bridge system with a MSI P67A-GD65, i7 2600K, EVGA GTX570, 8GB 1600MHz Corsair Vengance RAM, Corsair TX950W PSU, Crucial C300 SSD, WD Black 1TB HDD all stuffed into a HAF X case. The build went great. It took a little longer then I thought, but I still have to say that the HAF X is one of the best cases to work with. The amount of features and the room to work in there is great.

I bought my HAF X last October (if memory serves me right). I noticed with his brand new HAF X that they are now including a dust filter for the bottom of the case. Is this something that can be requested for owners of older HAF X cases? Has anyone already looked into this? I would like to get a dust filter for the bottom of my HAF X. My power supply is currently sucking in through the unfiltered bottom vent holes. It would be great to be able to drop in the new dust filter.
    
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Originally Posted by markag;13654703 
So. Two days ago I built a computer for a friend of mine at work. He got a new sandy bridge system with a MSI P67A-GD65, i7 2600K, EVGA GTX570, 8GB 1600MHz Corsair Vengance RAM, Corsair TX950W PSU, Crucial C300 SSD, WD Black 1TB HDD all stuffed into a HAF X case. The build went great. It took a little longer then I thought, but I still have to say that the HAF X is one of the best cases to work with. The amount of features and the room to work in there is great.

I bought my HAF X last October (if memory serves me right). I noticed with his brand new HAF X that they are now including a dust filter for the bottom of the case. Is this something that can be requested for owners of older HAF X cases? Has anyone already looked into this? I would like to get a dust filter for the bottom of my HAF X. My power supply is currently sucking in through the unfiltered bottom vent holes. It would be great to be able to drop in the new dust filter.

And is it compatible with the 932?
post #14089 of 23545
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Originally Posted by FannBlade;13653832 
He did have a grill made with a cobra on it.

Then it is perfect! Good paint job btw. Almost makes me want to get a case, dismantle it, send it up to you and see what magic you can do.

Just kidding... my kids college tuition is sucking up all of my computer investment funds portfolio... They both graduate in May but then one is off to grad school and the other to med school... (sigh) more money to spend on some very good minds.
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What a beautiful thing to spend money on besides your system:)
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Originally Posted by Kahbrohn;13654951 
Then it is perfect! Good paint job btw. Almost makes me want to get a case, dismantle it, send it up to you and see what magic you can do.

Just kidding... my kids college tuition is sucking up all of my computer investment funds portfolio... They both graduate in May but then one is off to grad school and the other to med school... (sigh) more money to spend on some very good minds.
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