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post #16921 of 23553
VGA bracket? I suspect the purpose has to do with keeping your GPU from sagging at the end of the card? I guess I need to do that... Mine is a huge triple wide card and I think it sags at the end. Need to go make sure that the screws are in good so that it doesn't destroy my motherboard.

ASUS ENGTX570 DCII/2DIS/1280MD5 GeForce GTX 570
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post #16922 of 23553
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Originally Posted by raisethe3 View Post

Any reason on which case I should go for? I'm torned in between the 932, 922, and the 912. frown.gif I know for sure that I want to be using air coolers, so no water options, but I like to have ample of space to work inside the computer case.
Thanks y'all.

Personally, I would go with the 922. Reasons:

1. The 922 is just about the same size as the HAF x and 932 so there is plenty of room to work with inside.
2. Will still offer water cooling options if you choose to do so in the future(You can fit the H100 RAD into the top 2x 120mm fan slots)
3. Offers superior cable management abilities to the 912.
4. is large enough that of you took the HDD and DVD drive cages out you could almost fit the entire HAF 912 case inside of it.
5. The ability to purchase the Storm Sniper Windowed Side panel and swap it it with the Stock Side panel.
6. Newegg has them in 2 LLED colors. Red and Blue.
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post #16923 of 23553
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Any reason on which case I should go for? I'm torned in between the 932, 922, and the 912. frown.gif I know for sure that I want to be using air coolers, so no water options, but I like to have ample of space to work inside the computer case.
Thanks y'all.

Personally, I would go with the 922. Reasons:

1. The 922 is just about the same size as the HAF x and 932 so there is plenty of room to work with inside.
2. Will still offer water cooling options if you choose to do so in the future(You can fit the H100 RAD into the top 2x 120mm fan slots)
3. Offers superior cable management abilities to the 912.
4. is large enough that of you took the HDD and DVD drive cages out you could almost fit the entire HAF 912 case inside of it.
5. The ability to purchase the Storm Sniper Windowed Side panel and swap it it with the Stock Side panel.
6. Newegg has them in 2 LLED colors. Red and Blue.


 

Wait, what? 

 

The 922 is still a mid-tower and thus is way smaller than the 932 and X. The 932 (or X) is the clear winner here, but if you want mid-tower, the 912+ is champ. Looks the best, and while it's a tad more complicated to cable manage, in the end it looks much better. Full size window, black-coated interior, etc etc.

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post #16924 of 23553
Hello All,

Love this thread looked at so many cases but this thread really helped me pick my HAF 912.

So here is a little run down on my New system i just built with the tidiest cable managment i could mange. Hope you like it.

Scope for the Build was:

$1000 Budget (went over by 180)
Get best hardware for money possible
Get a quiter case with better cooling
Re-use my 2x GTX 280's (roughly equal a GTX 570 they get a 3dMark Vantage Score of 23,000)

So my old setup was a Q9550 790i Ultra setup in Lian Li case which was good quality but a little noisy.
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So went and got my parts (refer to Sig)
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And put it together trying to be neat
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As you can see i reused a 140MM fan i had. I was running all fans from a 12V Connector (molex) and while all the new fans were quite my 140mm fan was annoyingly noisy.
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So I needed a new 140mm fan. So i went and bought two Thermalright PWM TY-140's, put them on my cooler and put the original noctua fans in my case, using the 140mm for the side. Also ran all of the case fans off the Motherboard fan headers so they can be controlled via the Fan Xpert software from ASUS. I run them at 40% when surfing the net and ramp them up to 100% when in game, this is based on a CPU temperature Setpoint.

Original fans on the Noctua
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New Fans on the Noctua
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Outside shot
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Rear
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Tidyed up the cabling a little
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Mounted the SSD on top of the case SSD bracket (just drilled 4 new holes)
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Believe it or not that took about 5 hours before i was happy with how the cables were, OCD much.
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So yeah it does everything i wanted, neat , quite, tons of grunt Happy days smile.gif
Edited by Pittster - 12/12/11 at 8:14pm
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post #16925 of 23553
So... That is a good cable management setup? Because I was looking at mine and it looks similar. I tried putting my extra power cables behind the motherboard and found the side door wouldn't go on. I just decided to wrap the cables up and put them in the lower hard drive bay just because I dont use it.
post #16926 of 23553
Ceadder, you should have went with the D5/655 instead. I saw what you said about it being too pricy but you could gotten one then a second and a dual connector. Personally, I would run 2 XSPC Dualbay res/pump combos (the ones that accept a D5) since mine is a none vario but running at 17v and after its bleed I cant hear it at all even with all fans off.

My PC has gone through a few changes so far, first I sorta kinda damaged my P8P67 PRO so I picked up a brand new one and it worked great. Unfortunately to my dismay it only worked for 2 days then wouldn't power on (too bad too since it ran my 2600k at a lower vcore at the same speed). I swapped my damaged board for a Sabertooth P67, got everything set back up and the chip in all my water going then........ nothing.

I powered on got the CD light etc but no post nothing at all. Now I would have said psu or mobo but its brand new and didnt trip everything like the dead PRO and the PSU lit up all the fans and lighting and the pump. Then I took a look at the board and what other LED could be on but the freaking CPU LED stating an issue with the CPU. I tried several remounts and bent a single pin back that was ever so slightly out of line yet still nothing, no post. The dead board killed my chip.

Sent the board and CPU out to ASUS and Intel respectively and they just arrived today. Too bad I won't see any results for several days and several more once the CPU ships. Anyways..... BEYOND PISSED since it was a 2 day old board that not only fried itself but killed my CPU.
    
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post #16927 of 23553
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These were taken at Manyak's house in mid-November 2010. Figured you'd all appreciate these. 

This is Orion II - Orion III's predecessor, running an i7 950 @ 4.4GHz, 2x GTX 460s, 1x GTS 250, 6GB of G.Skill 1600MHz Ripjaws, and an EVGA X58 LE (SLI3).

Beautiful shots... there's some blemishes here and there, but we did our best with what we had.

Taken with 5D Mark II, with 24-70 f/2.8 lens. Used various tripods and umbrella-lights. We had a white sheet for a white background too, but ran out of time that night to switch from the black.


Here's the results (not original resolution... these are big enough rolleyes.gif )


(removed the images due to size)

Sweet shots mate!
What bolts did you use to fasten your window? Looks amazing!
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These were taken at Manyak's house in mid-November 2010. Figured you'd all appreciate these. 

This is Orion II - Orion III's predecessor, running an i7 950 @ 4.4GHz, 2x GTX 460s, 1x GTS 250, 6GB of G.Skill 1600MHz Ripjaws, and an EVGA X58 LE (SLI3).

Beautiful shots... there's some blemishes here and there, but we did our best with what we had.

Taken with 5D Mark II, with 24-70 f/2.8 lens. Used various tripods and umbrella-lights. We had a white sheet for a white background too, but ran out of time that night to switch from the black.


Here's the results (not original resolution... these are big enough rolleyes.gif )
 

(removed the images due to size)

Sweet shots mate!
What bolts did you use to fasten your window? Looks amazing!


That's actually the stock 932 Black Edition side panel from CoolerMaster themselves thumb.gif.

 

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That's actually the stock 932 Black Edition side panel from CoolerMaster themselves thumb.gif .

Oh, it is? Now I regret I didn't wait on buying my 932 sadsmiley.gif
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I could'nt afford dust filters so used some cooker hood filter from my local co-op for £8, there's enough to last me about 6 month or till i can afford some nice magnetic easy clean filters.
Added 2 140mm xigmatek fans to the front bays, i just could'nt bear to pack them away smile.gif, makes a lovely glow on the front in the dark.
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