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Quote:
Originally Posted by nickt1862;15125314 
I know, I know - just a habit I need to adopt more that's all.smile.gifwink.gif

We all need that habit wink.gif
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Look good man! smile.gif
    
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post #16293 of 23536
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Originally Posted by saer;15123518 
Just finished my first water cooled rig, HAF X with a RX480 radiator inside the top and RX240 on the bottom smile.gif

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Amazing job. If Klue gets things rolling again this will be my HOF nomination.
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post #16294 of 23536
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Originally Posted by billcox0625;15118392 
please add me to the HAF 912 list

What did you use to blue the top of you 212+? and I wonder if I can do it in red, black or white...?


One other thought I had is, why doesn't someone add passive heat spreaders to chipset water blocks? It just seems like a natural place to do a little extra cooling - it may only offset the heat generated by the chipset, but I think there would have to be someone out there that wanted to get rid of that 1c before it hits the radiators.
 
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post #16295 of 23536
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Originally Posted by ZombieEinstein;15126762 
What did you use to blue the top of you 212+? and I wonder if I can do it in red, black or white...?

I took the very top fin off of the tower and just used regular rustoleum spray paint. I used a blue which matched the blue on my mobo and it has metal flakes in it. You could paint it any color they have in the spray paint section.

It is very easy to bend the top fin and the one below it. You have to work with a small flat screw driver and pry up at each of the copper post. It works better if you go around and do little by little.

I used a very fine grit sand paper (3000 grit) and sanded the surface I was going to paint (the top) then cleaned it with alcohol. Then just sprayed it.

Then I suggest using cotton gloves when putting it back on (to avoid fingerprints in the paint) and press it back down until you cannot see copper between to the two aluminum fins. Again work slowly and go around and do a little at a time.
    
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Originally Posted by nickt1862;15118519 
Nice and built for cooling.biggrin.gif

Thank you.
    
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some better system shots of my 2 day old rig... took the last pics with a ****ty cell phone cam, used my web cam this time
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hi, guys I just got my HAF-X, it is an handsome case. I think I got a faulty wheel, which does not pan (change direction) once under pressure.

Do you use find the wheel useful at all? are they not important or should I ask for a replacement wheel?

Also, I am planning to do an Ivy Bridge build, which means I will a to wait at least couple of months before I actually start building. In the meantime, what kind of easy modifications I can do to make my case just a little bit better looking?

Thanks.

PS pls add me to the club biggrin.gif
Edited by investmenttechnology - 9/30/11 at 11:18pm
    
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Count me in the club, the HAF X was the ONLY case I could find with 3 slots off the end of the Asus Maximus, Necessary for ROG Matrix SLI biggrin.gif
Highly impressed with the case though, great cooling and its so quiet compared to the other cases I have in the house (Antec P183, Corsair 800D, NZXT Phantom). I wish I had gotten it sooner.

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Why did you buy your case so early? Ivy Bridge is still quite a ways off I think.
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Originally Posted by investmenttechnology;15133966 
hi, guys I just got my HAF-X, it is an handsome case. I think I got a faulty wheel, which does not pan (change direction) once under pressure.

Do you use find the wheel useful at all? are they not important or should I ask for a replacement wheel?

Also, I am planning to do an Ivy Bridge build, which means I will a to wait at least couple of months before I actually start building. In the meantime, what kind of easy modifications I can do to make my case just a little bit better looking?

Thanks.

PS pls add me to the club biggrin.gif
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