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Looks fantastic man. thumb.gif Much cleaner looking. What do you think about it?

love it

cant believe how much cooler the temps are in this case.
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love it

cant believe how much cooler the temps are in this case.
You're welcome. Glad to see things worked out on account of my OCD.

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post #14333 of 23536
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should i sell my haf 932 or use it as my first mod sample
Besides the fact that I own one, that is a great case! Why do you want to sell it? Modding is good... if you are going to use it afterwards. That is a case that will last a good long time. I'd keep it tucked away for an occasion when you decide to do something out of the ordinary. Cases are only getting more expensive over time.
post #14334 of 23536
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You're welcome. Glad to see things worked out on account of my OCD.

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lol yeh much better now
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Just put this together for a 24/7 rig.Specs in sig Side by side with my HAF 922.

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post #14336 of 23536
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Originally Posted by TC_Fenua View Post
Hi everyone !
Please add me to the club
Just bought a CM HAF-X yesterday and it's a fantastic case ! Two months ago I bought a Corsair Graphite 600T, mostly for its cable management and look, but the cooling wasn't on par with the the overall quality of the product. I tested several configurations, found a good one but now I want to install a second GTX580. I know the 600T will never be able to dissipate that much heat on air ( I'm not a fan of water cooling ). I then decided to test the HAF-X and I'm pretty shocked at my results : wow, now that's a good cooling case !
Idle temp was taken while browsing the internet and load is while playing The Witcher 2 on Ultra settings at 1920*1200, ambient temp was around 26-28°C . My GTX580 never went over 72°C
The installation was a breeze, and the cable management top notch. The graphic card duct was a bit of a pain though, and I had to cut it a bit to be able to mount it ( my graphics card was in the way ), but other than that, it was a treat to build it
I'm still waiting on some parts to finish it :
_A second MSI GTX 580 Twin Frozr II OC
_Black cable sleeves
_Lamptron FC Touch
_A second CM MegaFlow 200 for the top
_Elbow grease to manage the cables
More pictures to come, stay tuned
Very nice build, should be a fast system. Especially with a second 580!
I've heard a lot of complaints about Corsair's cases lacking cooling, it's too bad because they do make some good-looking products. But, when it comes to cooling, looks don't always count.
You'll get a bit of a temp. increase with the second 580, and the top card will be a few degrees warmer due to the curse of SLI.
But the gpu shroud should help keep that to a minimum. Also, those Twin Frozr are pretty good coolers I hear.

Another thing I wanted to mention is that if you keep the same psu when you add another 580, hopefully it will supply enough power. So far, I'm running two 480's on my Seasonic 750 with no issues, so your newer Seasonic X760 may just do fine, their psu's are top-quality.
I do intend to get a higher-wattage psu eventually, but was glad the Seasonic could handle the load for now.
    
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post #14337 of 23536
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Originally Posted by TC_Fenua View Post
Hi everyone !

Please add me to the club

Just bought a CM HAF-X yesterday and it's a fantastic case ! Two months ago I bought a Corsair Graphite 600T, mostly for its cable management and look, but the cooling wasn't on par with the the overall quality of the product. I tested several configurations, found a good one but now I want to install a second GTX580. I know the 600T will never be able to dissipate that much heat on air ( I'm not a fan of water cooling ). I then decided to test the HAF-X and I'm pretty shocked at my results : wow, now that's a good cooling case !

Idle temp was taken while browsing the internet and load is while playing The Witcher 2 on Ultra settings at 1920*1200, ambient temp was around 26-28°C . My GTX580 never went over 72°C

The installation was a breeze, and the cable management top notch. The graphic card duct was a bit of a pain though, and I had to cut it a bit to be able to mount it ( my graphics card was in the way ), but other than that, it was a treat to build it

I'm still waiting on some parts to finish it :
_A second MSI GTX 580 Twin Frozr II OC
_Black cable sleeves
_Lamptron FC Touch
_A second CM MegaFlow 200 for the top
_Elbow grease to manage the cables

More pictures to come, stay tuned
I like the build! I really do.

The ONLY thing (and this is just me)... you have a nice looking motherboard. it's a shame that it's all covered up by the Noctua... But I do realize that that is a very good air cooler.

Now, just imagine... water cooling... black UV tubing glistening in the night under some beautiful UV lights secretly installed inside the case. Totally silent... You need to look at the flow meter or the port hole on your reservoir to see if things are running smoothly...

Should I stop??? But seriously, nice build. Welcome!
post #14338 of 23536
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Just put this together for a 24/7 rig.Specs in sig Side by side with my HAF 922.
Hey, you have the same phone as me, I've got three of them in the house
The "twins" look cool side by side. Which case do you prefer overall?

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I like the build! I really do.

The ONLY thing (and this is just me)... you have a nice looking motherboard. it's a shame that it's all covered up by the Noctua... But I do realize that that is a very good air cooler.

Now, just imagine... water cooling... black UV tubing glistening in the night under some beautiful UV lights secretly installed inside the case. Totally silent... You need to look at the flow meter or the port hole on your reservoir to see if things are running smoothly...

Should I stop??? But seriously, nice build. Welcome!
lol!
You water-cooling guys just keep on recommending it to others
I don't blame you. My 480's are on good air cooling, but a couple gpu waterblocks and the rest of the goodies would sure give them a nice cool bath
    
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lol!
You water-cooling guys just keep on recommending it to others
I don't blame you. My 480's are on good air cooling, but a couple gpu waterblocks and the rest of the goodies would sure give them a nice cool bath
But seriously! The noctua is a top notch cooler. I wish I had had the money for it back in the day. I'd still be using it for sure. Thing is HUGE! People complain about it hitting up against the side panel. I complain about it covering up an otherwise nice looking motherboard!

Watercooling for me was an experiment if you will. I am hooked now. it's efficient and it's quiet. It also allows for good degree of creativity.

Now ladies and gents... I must leave. The basketball game is about to start and I need my Mav's to kick some Heat butt!!! Love this final. Every game is disputed up to the very last shot. it's exciting as hell and I don't even like basketball!

Go JJ!!!!!!
post #14340 of 23536
I gotta go 912 for the value all the way. 922 is awesome for cooling though.
Any ideas for mods and paint for the 912??
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