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post #1961 of 23525
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Originally Posted by ckybam3 View Post
OK so whats the easiest way to get the front bezel off to do a filter to the front fan like that dinik?
Just tug it from the bottom, comes right off with one good pull. There should be a little gap underneath which allows for your hand to fit in so you can grab it.
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post #1962 of 23525
Fan controlers ? whos using what with there HAF ive got my Custom made one with my Nanoxia speed controlers Modded into the front 5.25 Bay mesh but considering another 3 for a Push Pull so need more knobs....lol
     
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post #1963 of 23525
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Fan controlers ? whos using what with there HAF ive got my Custom made one with my Nanoxia speed controlers Modded into the front 5.25 Bay mesh but considering another 3 for a Push Pull so need more knobs....lol
I've got a Sunbeam Rheobus, 4 channel (20W per channel). And it works great for only $15.
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post #1964 of 23525
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Touge Could you relink mine on the front page to this

http://www.overclock.net/6832244-post1939.html

Cheers
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I just picked mine up at Frys for 114$ NEW! Add me plz!
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post #1965 of 23525
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i have filters inside...and the temps are the same as before! i have custom made mine filters...and they dont stop airflow

FOR ALL: you can easelly create your own filters...and very chip...here is my tutorial...how to paint your case is down after that tutorial http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...ml#post6368757

PS: maby the admins could link it on the first page

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post #1966 of 23525
I had a couple of hours free this evening so i thought i d clean up my HAF,reroute some cables and tidy up a bit...I also added some spare heatsinks (silver ones) from my musashi to some VRMs on my mobo i knew they get hotTell me what u think...




I also soldered a vMEM measuring point attached to the yellow sata connectors!
Edited by theo.gr - 8/4/09 at 1:12pm
    
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post #1967 of 23525
any tips to make the bottom look cleaner?

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post #1968 of 23525
You could turn the pump sideways so less of it shows. Some people have made covers to hide that area. Don't think you can see that part with the door closed?
Edit to add; actually you have space to mount the pump on the mobo tray; ie vertically.
Edited by jmcmtank - 8/4/09 at 2:57pm
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post #1969 of 23525
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Originally Posted by richardbb85 View Post
any tips to make the bottom look cleaner?
Cable sleeving will make it look less tangled and more neat.
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cable sleeving will make it look less tangled and more neat.
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