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Originally Posted by DerComissar;14219751 
lol!
I have been impressed by some of the builds I've seen here with the 922.
Seems that it's one of those cases that is bigger than you would think it is.

It is a pretty big case for a mid tower (as it is classified), there is tons more room than some of my mid towers. My other Cooler Master case that I am working on right now is a mid tower, and there is not as much room compared. The biggest reason I bought it was the width of the case because at first I was going to get the 912. I am glad I did not get that one at that time or I might have never started modding smile.gif I do have plans at getting a 912 for one of my boys builds in the future though to try it out.
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Originally Posted by jon5270;14222507 
It is a pretty big case for a mid tower (as it is classified), there is tons more room than some of my mid towers. My other Cooler Master case that I am working on right now is a mid tower, and there is not as much room compared. The biggest reason I bought it was the width of the case because at first I was going to get the 912. I am glad I did not get that one at that time or I might have never started modding smile.gif I do have plans at getting a 912 for one of my boys builds in the future though to try it out.
That 922 certainly became a fine build once you were done with it!
Should be interesting working with the 912 though, I recall when I did a build with a 900 years ago, I just had to get creative with the cable management.
Although not nearly as creative as you do:D
    
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post #15093 of 23536
i ordered the haf932 from ebay the other day
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Do you guys think I will be successful putting an RX120 in the HDD cage area, with the two top slots with 3.5 HDDs in a HAF X
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian;14223213 
Do you guys think I will be successful putting an RX120 in the HDD cage area, with the two top slots with 3.5 HDDs in a HAF X

I have my pump in my hdd cage, but the bars going across the cage wouldnt let you install a rad without removing them, you could always remove the cage and use the 2x5.25 hotswap bays for your hdd's
post #15096 of 23536
All I have to say is Rustoleum UAF (Universal Advanced Formula) is the best. I was thinking about doing my HAF X grills silver. (I would need a new can, my current one just splatters the silver lol) I also am looking for either some black foam or I may use this cardboard that doesn't look like cardboard. Dunno, decisions decisions.
Edited by DarkHollow - 7/15/11 at 11:17am
    
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Originally Posted by spidernose;14208254 
Please add me to the Hall of Fame. I think I have
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Wow, one of the cleanest builds I have ever seen. I don't think anyone commented. Congrats, very well put together
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post #15098 of 23536
Oh I commented. I did however forget to add that it is a VERY NICE build. Very very clean. I am glad to count myself among owners of this great case if it puts me in with your case lol...
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That cable management and colour looks good!
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I got my HAFX today and Im installing the motherboard though I dont see any washers to put over the screw holes What should I do do I need them?
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