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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Yeah they do get mounted on the outside unless you have a graphics card intake filter like I do.
They aren't as bad as you might think other than a shiny black trim they're innocuous at worst.
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A little vinegar on the trim and the case keeps things nice looking. This is the worst it looks imho. I generally knock dust off the door filter with my dust brush and rinse them when my system is down for maintenance. I wish they were cheaper so I could get a couple more kits, soon as I can though I'll be getting a couple more kits though cause I've seen the interior of my Bros system and eek.gif I'm damned glad I found these filters when I did. You can't really see the difference because his is stock while mine is painted inside, but can put my finger in there and not see any skin when it come out. weirdsmiley.gif
So soon as I can afford it I'll be getting 2 or 3 kits. Hopefully for his birthday or something. smile.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I had a brief look at them! I ordered them myself as i said before. As they're a Christmas present.. I had to make sure everything was there wink.gif
They look pretty good, but the mesh looks rather fine? Like too fine for much air to be pulled through?
Also the shinyness doesn't bother me, what filters did you use in the kit? Just on the front and side?
Also what did you pay roughly in USD? They costed me $49 here in AUD. Which is close atm

Firstly, use them all. With the airflow of the HAF cases being what they are you're gonna need em. I only have the 3 filters since I didn't have enough at the time to get the top filter. But I think most of my dust intake is coming in there since the area around the top fan is sucking in air even when the fan is blowing out. If you can get one of the long 5.25 bay filters and a square 140 filter I would get those too if they didn't come with your kit. Use em all and see if you can't replace your mesh slot plates with old skool plates. I have done that with mine so one of these days I'll post what one of them looks like. Absolutely filthy with dust. smile.gif

Secondly you now see why these are awesome filters. Yes the mesh is extremely fine. But that's cause it's medical grade screen. They use this stuff for Uni and Hospital buildings to fight off allergens that afflict people and keep rooms tidy in the process. But on computers they keep the dust out quite well and the thermal property from the airflow obstruction of them is negligible. I've never bothered to test to see if there is even one because my temps are always reasonable. tongue.gif

Actually knowing what AUS$ is to the US$, you paid about the same as I did. I paid $39.99 for the 3 filters and another $9.95 for two magnetic GPU filters that I use to swap around on my GPU. thumb.gif

If I'd have had the $20 more I woulda got the top filter so I played it off like, "oh sure who needs the top filter". doh.gif If I hadda do it over again I'dve waited and got the full kit. Of course the whole time my system would be sucking in dust like a Hoover. biggrin.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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post #16982 of 23525
When doing some dust in my case today i had a idea. I think it would be possible (with some hole drilling) to mount a 240mm radiator on the drive bay cage.
Just thought it would be another potential place to mount a radiator and it is in a good position when watercooling GPU's. thumb.gif
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post #16983 of 23525
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Firstly, use them all. With the airflow of the HAF cases being what they are you're gonna need em. I only have the 3 filters since I didn't have enough at the time to get the top filter. But I think most of my dust intake is coming in there since the area around the top fan is sucking in air even when the fan is blowing out. If you can get one of the long 5.25 bay filters and a square 140 filter I would get those too if they didn't come with your kit. Use em all and see if you can't replace your mesh slot plates with old skool plates. I have done that with mine so one of these days I'll post what one of them looks like. Absolutely filthy with dust. smile.gif
Secondly you now see why these are awesome filters. Yes the mesh is extremely fine. But that's cause it's medical grade screen. They use this stuff for Uni and Hospital buildings to fight off allergens that afflict people and keep rooms tidy in the process. But on computers they keep the dust out quite well and the thermal property from the airflow obstruction of them is negligible. I've never bothered to test to see if there is even one because my temps are always reasonable. tongue.gif
Actually knowing what AUS$ is to the US$, you paid about the same as I did. I paid $39.99 for the 3 filters and another $9.95 for two magnetic GPU filters that I use to swap around on my GPU. thumb.gif
If I'd have had the $20 more I woulda got the top filter so I played it off like, "oh sure who needs the top filter". doh.gif If I hadda do it over again I'dve waited and got the full kit. Of course the whole time my system would be sucking in dust like a Hoover. biggrin.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I bought a full set of those filters (bottom, top, side, front, back fan, back vent) for like $80CAD all in. Worth every penny.
 
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post #16984 of 23525
Greetings. I've had my HAF 912 for about a year now and it's been great. I've decided to go with a 200mm fan for the front and the top and I've been looking for the right sized rubber fan mounts for the front. I cannot seem to find the right one or where I could purchase it. Would you guys have any suggestions on where and what type?
post #16985 of 23525
Update on the status of my 932... Big watercooling upgrade, and modified the case a bit. I removed the hard drive cage and cut the bottom of the 5.25" cage out to fit a 360 rad:
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post #16987 of 23525
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Firstly, use them all. With the airflow of the HAF cases being what they are you're gonna need em. I only have the 3 filters since I didn't have enough at the time to get the top filter. But I think most of my dust intake is coming in there since the area around the top fan is sucking in air even when the fan is blowing out. If you can get one of the long 5.25 bay filters and a square 140 filter I would get those too if they didn't come with your kit. Use em all and see if you can't replace your mesh slot plates with old skool plates. I have done that with mine so one of these days I'll post what one of them looks like. Absolutely filthy with dust. smile.gif
Secondly you now see why these are awesome filters. Yes the mesh is extremely fine. But that's cause it's medical grade screen. They use this stuff for Uni and Hospital buildings to fight off allergens that afflict people and keep rooms tidy in the process. But on computers they keep the dust out quite well and the thermal property from the airflow obstruction of them is negligible. I've never bothered to test to see if there is even one because my temps are always reasonable. tongue.gif
Actually knowing what AUS$ is to the US$, you paid about the same as I did. I paid $39.99 for the 3 filters and another $9.95 for two magnetic GPU filters that I use to swap around on my GPU. thumb.gif
If I'd have had the $20 more I woulda got the top filter so I played it off like, "oh sure who needs the top filter". doh.gif If I hadda do it over again I'dve waited and got the full kit. Of course the whole time my system would be sucking in dust like a Hoover. biggrin.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I see! So i shall try it with all of them!
I won't be getting a 140mm back one for a while as i'm not going to order it by itself!
I'm sure the back will be fine.

Also i'm happy that my PC can't get a virus with these now wink.gif haha
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I bought a full set of those filters (bottom, top, side, front, back fan, back vent) for like $80CAD all in. Worth every penny.

You can get one for the back vent? :O
 
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Add Me! Got this case a while back it's such a beast. CM HAF 932 Advanced
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Add Me! Got this case a while back it's such a beast. CM HAF 932 Advanced
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Nice PSU. I have the same one. smile.gif
 
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post #16990 of 23525
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Originally Posted by Th3Gatekeep3r View Post

Update on the status of my 932... Big watercooling upgrade, and modified the case a bit. I removed the hard drive cage and cut the bottom of the 5.25" cage out to fit a 360 rad:
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Nice to see a blue one. Red looks good but is so overdone.
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