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I'm not the one arguing and calling people pathetic. Calm down man.

I've had to bend a pci bracket in the past as well. Did you see how off that card was when fully seated into the pci slot? With a video card for example you can't bend anything below the screw on the top dvi slot. That would be the hell of a bend and its something that you shouldn't have to do to begin with. Its a defect. I would return the case over something like that.

I love the fanboys who will defend a product that they own to the death.

Oh yeah, not that bad. rolleyes.gif

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post #18002 of 22714
first of all i called the situation pathetic and you are calling me a fanboy?!
very mature

i also dont defend it because i own it, its just that you can solve every problem
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post #18003 of 22714
Quote:
Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

What size are the "protruding metal pieces" of the HDD caddies in the HDD bay of the HAF922?

I'm planning on using motherboard standoffs (m3 male to m3 female) in converting a 2.5" SSD to 3.5" and use the HDD caddies but I'm worried if those protruding metal pieces are M3 or 6/32 (as they are originally for 3.5" HDDs)?

Any ideas on the size?

I'm not sure what you mean? The Caddies are plastic. Are you speaking of the metal buttons in them?

Also the 2.5 adapter that comes with the newer Cases are plastic as well and it fits right in the caddy. You can mount two SSD drives in it as well one on top and one below it. If you guys are looking for a SSD tray for your HA, I would definitely recommend going to CM and getting one if the price is reasonable(~$8) because these things are pretty durable. Just remember to put the bottom one in place before you attach the top one as the screws are accessed at the bottom of the first drive and the top one used the side screws to mount...

...Okay now back to your question kevindd...

M3 or 6/32... to be honest they're the same. If there is any difference in the thread pitch it's minor. One screw(probably the M3) will be looser in the seat than the other and that. CM supplies the screws in your Case packs. They used to have flanges on the head of the screws but this last batch I just dealt with didn't have them. Which is too bad really because the flange helps keep those buggers from dropping out of my fingers and getting lost on the floor where I step on them in the middle of the night. smile.gif

Hope I answered your questions. wink.gif

NOW... As far as the bending of backplate of any card to make it fit a case. Yes you most certainly can. I've made some cards fit cases that probably should have just been sent back. The point here that is lost, is that you shouldn't have to. The HAF X isn't a low rent case. If you spend ~$200 on a case you expect it to do what it was intended to do right out of the box. Sure you can just bend the back plate a little but you shouldn't have to and I don't recommend that people do this because if you have a warranty issue with your card(s), the manufacturer can refuse to warranty it as it has been altered and as far as they are concerned altered is damaged. It's just best to deal with the Case. If you have a fabricators shop in your area(if you don't have the equipment) you can take it there have them drill out the rivets and re-rivet the back panel so that it's seated properly. A lot of the issue, I would think was that at the time of fabrication one or more of the rivets went in loose and the back panel shifted. Easily fixed and not by messing with the back plate of your Graphics and Audio Devices. smile.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
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post #18004 of 22714
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

I'm not sure what you mean? The Caddies are plastic. Are you speaking of the metal buttons in them?
Also the 2.5 adapter that comes with the newer Cases are plastic as well and it fits right in the caddy. You can mount two SSD drives in it as well one on top and one below it. If you guys are looking for a SSD tray for your HA, I would definitely recommend going to CM and getting one if the price is reasonable(~$8) because these things are pretty durable. Just remember to put the bottom one in place before you attach the top one as the screws are accessed at the bottom of the first drive and the top one used the side screws to mount...
...Okay now back to your question kevindd...
M3 or 6/32... to be honest they're the same. If there is any difference in the thread pitch it's minor. One screw(probably the M3) will be looser in the seat than the other and that. CM supplies the screws in your Case packs. They used to have flanges on the head of the screws but this last batch I just dealt with didn't have them. Which is too bad really because the flange helps keep those buggers from dropping out of my fingers and getting lost on the floor where I step on them in the middle of the night. smile.gif
Hope I answered your questions. wink.gif
NOW... As far as the bending of backplate of any card to make it fit a case. Yes you most certainly can. I've made some cards fit cases that probably should have just been sent back. The point here that is lost, is that you shouldn't have to. The HAF X isn't a low rent case. If you spend ~$200 on a case you expect it to do what it was intended to do right out of the box. Sure you can just bend the back plate a little but you shouldn't have to and I don't recommend that people do this because if you have a warranty issue with your card(s), the manufacturer can refuse to warranty it as it has been altered and as far as they are concerned altered is damaged. It's just best to deal with the Case. If you have a fabricators shop in your area(if you don't have the equipment) you can take it there have them drill out the rivets and re-rivet the back panel so that it's seated properly. A lot of the issue, I would think was that at the time of fabrication one or more of the rivets went in loose and the back panel shifted. Easily fixed and not by messing with the back plate of your Graphics and Audio Devices. smile.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

The metal I am referring to are the small pieces of metals that "stuck" in the threads of HDDs themselves?

And my HAF922 did come with plastic caddies for 3.5" HDDs only which is why I will be using standoffs for my 2.5" SSD.
SSDs thread are M3 so a 6/32 male standoff would not fit in it.
post #18005 of 22714
Quote:
Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

I'm not sure what you mean? The Caddies are plastic. Are you speaking of the metal buttons in them?
Also the 2.5 adapter that comes with the newer Cases are plastic as well and it fits right in the caddy. You can mount two SSD drives in it as well one on top and one below it. If you guys are looking for a SSD tray for your HA, I would definitely recommend going to CM and getting one if the price is reasonable(~$8) because these things are pretty durable. Just remember to put the bottom one in place before you attach the top one as the screws are accessed at the bottom of the first drive and the top one used the side screws to mount...
...Okay now back to your question kevindd...
M3 or 6/32... to be honest they're the same. If there is any difference in the thread pitch it's minor. One screw(probably the M3) will be looser in the seat than the other and that. CM supplies the screws in your Case packs. They used to have flanges on the head of the screws but this last batch I just dealt with didn't have them. Which is too bad really because the flange helps keep those buggers from dropping out of my fingers and getting lost on the floor where I step on them in the middle of the night. smile.gif
Hope I answered your questions. wink.gif
NOW... As far as the bending of backplate of any card to make it fit a case. Yes you most certainly can. I've made some cards fit cases that probably should have just been sent back. The point here that is lost, is that you shouldn't have to. The HAF X isn't a low rent case. If you spend ~$200 on a case you expect it to do what it was intended to do right out of the box. Sure you can just bend the back plate a little but you shouldn't have to and I don't recommend that people do this because if you have a warranty issue with your card(s), the manufacturer can refuse to warranty it as it has been altered and as far as they are concerned altered is damaged. It's just best to deal with the Case. If you have a fabricators shop in your area(if you don't have the equipment) you can take it there have them drill out the rivets and re-rivet the back panel so that it's seated properly. A lot of the issue, I would think was that at the time of fabrication one or more of the rivets went in loose and the back panel shifted. Easily fixed and not by messing with the back plate of your Graphics and Audio Devices. smile.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

The metal I am referring to are the small pieces of metals that "stuck" in the threads of HDDs themselves?

And my HAF922 did come with plastic caddies for 3.5" HDDs only which is why I will be using standoffs for my 2.5" SSD.
SSDs thread are M3 so a 6/32 male standoff would not fit in it.

You mean the non threaded buttons right? I apologize if I'm being obtuse. Maybe a pic would help?

Yeah you can put M3 into 6-32 but not the other way round. I believe the small button screws(w/o the flange) are M3 cause I've used them to mount my ODD and my Fan Controller in my system as well as for the 922 and other systems I've put together. I'm not 100% on this. I need to get a new pitch guage. I don't know where mine got off to but I had it for a lot of years so it's probably time to replace it anyway. Now you watch I'll buy a new one an *poof* the old one shows up on my table. biggrin.gif

Are these what you're referring to? (Click to show)
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338

If you were talking about the non threaded button shanks, those are approximately 3mm in length. I just grabbed one of my caddies out and used the trusty Staedtler compass in my drafting kit to get the measurement. The full unit is ~7mm in length including the rubber grommet.

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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Really? mellowsmiley.gif
I know my pictures suck but not a single comment on the system? sad-smiley-002.gif
cheers.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Cedderman dont feel so bad no one said anything about my rig either lol:)
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post #18007 of 22714
Considering a H100 with 4 Cougar Vortex fans. All going into my HAF X 932 Advanced.

Anyone have this same setup? If so, how does it perform? Reviews tend to suggest a little noise, but overall the best you could do next to a custom loop. In case anyone is curious, I am currently running the
Xigmatek Dark Knight on my CPU.

Opinions? Suggestions? Thoughts? All are welcome!


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post #18008 of 22714
well your choice isnt bad at all but its not on the same level as a high end air cooler compared to performance/noise.

these closed loop systems are much louder if you want to reach the same results like you can with an air cooler
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what would be your personal pick for "high end" air cooling?
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post #18010 of 22714
i would recommend the Silver Arrow due to the great fans that comes with.
dont forget to check out the D14 or the Phantek or ....the list is too long
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