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post #14882 of 23536
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Originally Posted by liamstears;14106548 
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Originally Posted by burningrave101;14103318 
HAF-932 Advanced vs HAF-X, which do you think would offer the lowest GPU temps for 2x6990's?? HAF-932 allows for four 120mm fans on the side door whereas the HAF-X has one large 200mm fan.
A 932 with four 120mm fans on the door panel will likely outperform the HAF X panel with one 200mm fan.
I did some testing recently comparing my gpu temps. with a solid panel, and the 932 panel with various fans, and I had virtually no temperature reduction with the stock 230mm fan (I tried two of them):
http://www.overclock.net/13996490-post14674.html
Two 120mm fans gave me a good temp. reduction, and four of them produced the best results.

However, I do think the HAF X is a better-looking case than mine:

EDIT:
Looking at liamstears HAF X two posts above, that's an understatement!
Beautiful job:thumb:
Edited by DerComissar - 7/4/11 at 6:51pm
    
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Add me!

Thanks, I will put new pictures up soon.
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post #14885 of 23536
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Originally Posted by AdamZed;14102985 
Hullo everyone,

i've lurked for awhile on these boards, and figured now that i'm actually doing a build of my own i might as well post. What better place to make my first post than by joining (or attempting to join) the HAF club!

this is fitting as my case is my favorite part of my build. Its a HAF X and as you can see by the picture I had it airbrushed by an extremely talented friend of mine.

The rest of my parts are in the process of being ordered, and i'll fill in my sig when i have everything. smile.gif

The image is a Greater Demon of Khorne, from the warhammer universe, and the symbol is of Khorne, done in a cracked stone look.
The white outline does not actually stand out that much in real life, thats just an effect of the camera i guess. The top and other side of the case continue the flame effects, and the other mesh areas look similar to the front one. I cant wait to turn on the red led fans behind those flames!

Blood for the Blood God! biggrin.gif It looks nice.
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Originally Posted by burningrave101;14103318 
HAF-932 Advanced vs HAF-X, which do you think would offer the lowest GPU temps for 2x6990's?? HAF-932 allows for four 120mm fans on the side door whereas the HAF-X has one large 200mm fan.

If I were you then I would go with the HAF X and see if you can get someone from here to sell you there stock HAF 932 door. The HAF X has a bit more room inside of it (Because the top 200mm fans are actually on the outside of the case and covered with the top plastic piece) so it helps with just about everything.

I did it (Thanks again FannBlade) and not only does it look Phenomenal but it really keeps my 3X GTX 480's really cool. I have them OC'd to 880 MHz Core, 1760 Shader, and either 1975 Memory or 2000 memory (Sorry I forget and I can't get to my computer just right now to check) and my highest temp (Which is my top card... Big surprise there huh?) never gets above 70c and they are folding 24/7/365. That's with just a 90 CFM Cooler Master R4 in the GPU duct. If I upgraded to either a delta or a Gentle Typhoon AP-31 then I would get even lower temps.

It's worth the extra money. Cooler Master really hit the nail on the head with the HAF X and my only gripe is that they changed the door to only allow 1 X 200mm fan instead of giving you the option for 4 X 120mm fans. At this time I have 4 X 120mm Yate Loon High Speed (Red LED) fans on the door and they each pump out 88 CFM so just from my door alone I am getting 352 CFM intake. Add my 200mm front Fan (110 CFM) and the 120mm CM R4 (90 CFM) I added to my 5.25" Drive bays and that makes me end up with 552 CFM intake. I have 2 X 200mm CM Mega Flow (110 CFM each) and 1 X 140 Yate Loon High Speed (Red LED, 140 CFM) and that makes my exhaust at 360 CFM. So I have 192 CFM more intake than exhaust.

Just make sure that you get some nice filters for all of your intakes because I have to dust out my case every other week and sometimes every week even with all of the positive pressure that I have. I will be getting some filter kits for both of my HAF X's very soon but can't afford it just now because the wife is still pissed at me for spending well over $1200 in the past 2 months on my computers lol. She doesn't know about the GTX 570 and Corsair H100 that I have coming soon yet either lol. I hope that this helps you make an informed decision. Let me know if you need any more information.
Keep the awesome rigs coming guys,
Nathan
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To all HAF 912 Owners :


Have you guys tested temperatures of the video cards using the Side Fan ?

With my cards that exhaust air inside my case I'm thinking in using the side fan, but what really backs me up is that it doesnt have fan filter ... so in the end it might be even worst.

Any ideas? Or should I move to the HAF-X and be able to use the GPU duct + side panel with an actual filter.

My cards run #1 at 60*c and #2 at 70*c while doing several loops in Unigine.

I already switched the front 200mm for 2 120mms and another 120mm in the 5.25 bays Enermax Magmas 70 CFM's, Exhaust is also the same 120mm fan and top is the 200mm.

I know its not awfully hot, but when gaming well the CPU gets hot and the GPUs aswell, and since I have an air cooler and GPU's dumping hot air inside I'd like to keep it more fresh.

mmmm..... to HAF-X or not to HAF-X confused.gif
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As a owner of 2 HAF X's I say get one. It's worth every penny. There's so much room in there and such great airflow that its hard for stuff to get warm and stay warm. I say just go for it. You won't be sorry.

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post #14889 of 23536
Quote:
Originally Posted by lawrencendlw;14109685 
If I were you then I would go with the HAF X and see if you can get someone from here to sell you there stock HAF 932 door. The HAF X has a bit more room inside of it (Because the top 200mm fans are actually on the outside of the case and covered with the top plastic piece) so it helps with just about everything.

I did it (Thanks again FannBlade) and not only does it look Phenomenal but it really keeps my 3X GTX 480's really cool. I have them OC'd to 880 MHz Core, 1760 Shader, and either 1975 Memory or 2000 memory (Sorry I forget and I can't get to my computer just right now to check) and my highest temp (Which is my top card... Big surprise there huh?) never gets above 70c and they are folding 24/7/365. That's with just a 90 CFM Cooler Master R4 in the GPU duct. If I upgraded to either a delta or a Gentle Typhoon AP-31 then I would get even lower temps.

It's worth the extra money. Cooler Master really hit the nail on the head with the HAF X and my only gripe is that they changed the door to only allow 1 X 200mm fan instead of giving you the option for 4 X 120mm fans. At this time I have 4 X 120mm Yate Loon High Speed (Red LED) fans on the door and they each pump out 88 CFM so just from my door alone I am getting 352 CFM intake. Add my 200mm front Fan (110 CFM) and the 120mm CM R4 (90 CFM) I added to my 5.25" Drive bays and that makes me end up with 552 CFM intake. I have 2 X 200mm CM Mega Flow (110 CFM each) and 1 X 140 Yate Loon High Speed (Red LED, 140 CFM) and that makes my exhaust at 360 CFM. So I have 192 CFM more intake than exhaust.

Just make sure that you get some nice filters for all of your intakes because I have to dust out my case every other week and sometimes every week even with all of the positive pressure that I have. I will be getting some filter kits for both of my HAF X's very soon but can't afford it just now because the wife is still pissed at me for spending well over $1200 in the past 2 months on my computers lol. She doesn't know about the GTX 570 and Corsair H100 that I have coming soon yet either lol. I hope that this helps you make an informed decision. Let me know if you need any more information.
Keep the awesome rigs coming guys,
Nathan
^
This.
When it comes to the HAF X, you are to be considered an Iron Chef:cool:

THREE 480's?eek.gif
And on top of that, you're clocking yours higher than I do!

Some kind of summary/update on your two HAF X's would be fun to see, there is a lot going on with them. Which one has the 932 panel, one is being custom painted, etc.
You really need two sets of System Specs., to separate the two builds:p

Buying a door from another member would be good, but I really got a great deal from CM for mine at less than 20 bucks. Either way, it's good advise if anyone wants better airflow from the door panel.

I'm still using the R4's in my door, how are those Yate Loons? I am considering buying some good high speed fans for mine, I've lusted over these ones for ages:
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=27971
Not only for the door, but the San Ace's are damn good fans for just about anything.
Damn expensive though, my wife isn't too amused by such purchases either:rolleyes:
Then again, that's just for one system. I don't know how you can get away with two of them going:p

Back to reality, the R4's were on sale for about 7 bucks each when I bought a six-pack of them a few months ago. The San Ace's are more of a dream list item for now.

Combined with the other fans you've listed, there is some serious airflow going on in that HAF X. As for positive pressure, I've noticed that mine is actually getting a bit less dust buildup since I swapped out the solid window for the four-fan setup in the door, I guess due to the increase in positive pressure. I thought it would have more dust buildup.

But a good filter set would still reduce it to a minimum, that's also on the list for me.
    
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