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post #14271 of 23554
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
They're holding up awesomely.

I don't use anything but lukewarm water from the tap to spray them off. If I have time I let them air dry in the drainer. If not I use a blow drier w/defrost capability to blow them off. Never use direct heat on them since they're molded and not hard plastic.

So long as you remember this they should hold up for a long time. I've had these for almost a year now and they look almost brand spankin new. If I see they're getting a little dusty(due to the birds in the house) I brush them off with a soft bristle paintbrush when I'm bein lazy. I honestly probably should be rinsing these off twice a week.

Soon as I can afford more I'm gonna get the full kit so I can swap them out as needed.

~Ceadder
Good that they are holding up well to careful cleanings.
For quite a while now, I have been using a vacum cleaner to vacum the dust off case filters and grills
A lot of people freak when I mention using a vacum cleaner anywhere near a computer, but I certainly don't use it inside the case or anywhere near any static-sensitive components. If I can pop off a grill first I will before vacuming it. It is just a very quick and easy way to remove the surface dust.

But it is no substitute for more thorough cleanings with damp cloths such as on fans where the dust often glues itself to the blades.

Then again, the water-washing method is probably best for the DEMCiflex filters
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I bought them a while back but didn't use them for various reasons. Make a great filter when I drain my loops 'though.
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can the 200mm fans in the roof stay where they are when you have a 360mm rad fitted ?
Edited by masonkian - 6/6/11 at 2:51am
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I bought them a while back but didn't use them for various reasons. Make a great filter when I drain my loops 'though.
What happened to your 932 tank? You decide to go caseless?

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Does anyone know the specs fro the CoolerMaster Black(non LED) 200MM Fan found in the HAF X

I can't find anything online- basically want to make sure that it is the same thing as the CM Megaflow minus the LED

A20030-07CB-3MN-F1
DC12V 0.30A
DF2003012SELN
post #14276 of 23554
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
What happened to your 932 tank? You decide to go caseless?

~Ceadder
Still use it; managed to lose the screws for the chipset waterblock when I changed mobo. If they ever turn up I might do some update shots, don't like the way it looks with the cheapo Asus MOSFET fan-which it needs btw.
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HAF-X Black(non LED) 200MM Fan
A20030-07CB-3MN-F1
DC12V 0.30A
DF2003012SELN
I have to find a Russian site
They say that it is even characteristic

Caractéristiques générales
Nomination Ã* l'organisme
Dimensions du ventilateur (Lxlxh) 200x200x30 mm
Vitesse de rotation de 700 tr / min
CFM Débit d'air 110
Niveau sonore 19 dB
Type de connecteur 3-pin
MTBF de 35.000 heures
Poids: 266 g

http://www.amdclub.ru/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=6535

ps: You are on that it is of 0.40A ???
Edited by BaByBlue69 - 6/6/11 at 1:36pm
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OOH! I'm definitely digging that last side panel - the nvidia themed one. I don't like the color scheme, but the nvidia logo on the panel does look pretty sick. RAWR CM, why don't you let us buy individual side panels?

EDIT: Also does anyone have any sort of figures on the side panel fan? I want to know if keeping that fan will actually drop my temperatures by a significant amount. If not, I'll probably just ditch that side fan and stick a full acrylic side window in there.
I have a HAF X and I use a HAF 932 door on it and I get much much lower temps than I would get with my HAF X door (about 10 c) on my GPU's which makes sense since its blowing about 360 CFM of cool air right on my GPU's.

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post #14279 of 23554
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Originally Posted by lawrencendlw View Post
I have a HAF X and I use a HAF 932 door on it and I get much much lower temps than I would get with my HAF X door (about 10 c) on my GPU's which makes sense since its blowing about 360 CFM of cool air right on my GPU's.

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360 CFM, so you have 4 fans mounted on the panel then? Also I know my side panel helps a fair bit also. If I remove it, gpu temps go up quite a bit, that fresh air intake really helps.

Now I want the 932 Advance though, they did pretty much everything right with that refresh. Although.. if I'm going to get a new case, I could just get the HAF X which has everything and more than the 932... tough decision. The HAF X could potentially last me forever, as long as I didn't get bored with it lol. But so could the 932 Adv.. it has black interior and the gpu fan duct, basically the 2 things I wanted most, that my original HAF is missing.
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i know this might not be the best place but since it's the Haf 922 area thought why not

i've been sleevin my cables an came to the I/O cbale (kinda big gery ones for the front panel audio an what not) an the sleeving i have doesn't fit over the coating..an i don't really wanna have to strip it all down to the lil wires..so kinda need some idea's on what be the best sleevin to use
an no i can't afford the best of the best lol (even tho i wish i was able )
usein paracord for the rest an tought this would work for what i need

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=26736

any thought's?
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