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Originally Posted by goldeagle365 View Post

HI.
I have a HAF 922 with a sabertooth 990FX mobo and i wanted to know if anyone can tell my if i could fit an H100i in it. some measurements i took say no, but pics of 992's with H100"s show a decent amount of space between board and the fans? Im concerned with the 8 pin main power connector, its really close to the top of the board.

Looking at this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bszPOf0U6KI review I would say definitely not. Unless you are on a tight budget you should go for the HAF 932 which is only 20 UK pounds more than the 922 and of course gives you lots more room for expansion. I have found to my cost that case wise it is never a good idea to go with the "minimum possible".
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Originally Posted by goldeagle365 View Post

HI.
I have a HAF 922 with a sabertooth 990FX mobo and i wanted to know if anyone can tell my if i could fit an H100i in it. some measurements i took say no, but pics of 992's with H100"s show a decent amount of space between board and the fans? Im concerned with the 8 pin main power connector, its really close to the top of the board.

Looking at this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bszPOf0U6KI review I would say definitely not. Unless you are on a tight budget you should go for the HAF 932 which is only 20 UK pounds more than the 922 and of course gives you lots more room for expansion. I have found to my cost that case wise it is never a good idea to go with the "minimum possible".

Considering they already have a HAF 922 I doubt they can just go get a HAF 932 for a little bit more at this point. The H100i takes 57mm (about 2 inches) of space from the top of the case, this should be more than enough space. I could probably fit the H100i in my own HAF 912 however I didn't want the fans coming down over the mobo or near the ram, that's why I went with H80i instead. If I would have known I wanted to go the water cooling route a year ago I would have looked closer at HAF 932 or HAF X and did a custom loop. There's always the next build though.
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Originally Posted by goldeagle365 View Post

HI.
I have a HAF 922 with a sabertooth 990FX mobo and i wanted to know if anyone can tell my if i could fit an H100i in it. some measurements i took say no, but pics of 992's with H100"s show a decent amount of space between board and the fans? Im concerned with the 8 pin main power connector, its really close to the top of the board.


if the h100i is same sixe as the h100 put fan plus rad inside and extra fan out i had the 922 before the x and i had that before i cut top grill put rad up top and ran line throw and made ouw holes for rad.
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Hi y'all!

I recently upgraded to a 7950 crossfire. My Corsair 600T just can't handle the heat and I have to run the comp with the side panel off. I am not really motivated on spending loads of time and money on fans to try to fix the airflow. I need something that can handle my overclocked 7950s and not be too noisy when I'm not gaming etc and the cards are idling.

If I get a HAF X, will I be able to run the case closed without any overheating issues? I don't mind if I have to buy the extra top 200mm fan.
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This is worth reading http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cases/2012/11/07/nzxt-phantom-820-review/3

Corsair 600T = 47/54

Coolermaster Haf-X = 36/48

Interesting that in the case of the HAF-X they make no distinction about speed.

Though the Silverstone TJ11 seems to be the best performer, it's price in the UK is eye watering.
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Originally Posted by Nano2k View Post

Hi y'all!

I recently upgraded to a 7950 crossfire. My Corsair 600T just can't handle the heat and I have to run the comp with the side panel off. I am not really motivated on spending loads of time and money on fans to try to fix the airflow. I need something that can handle my overclocked 7950s and not be too noisy when I'm not gaming etc and the cards are idling.

If I get a HAF X, will I be able to run the case closed without any overheating issues? I don't mind if I have to buy the extra top 200mm fan.

I am about to find out. I have 2 7950's as well and my haf 912 is feeling cramped, plus i want to do a custom loop in the future. My HAF X showed up yesterday, unfortunately im working 6 of the 7 days this week (12 hr shifts) so havent had time to assemble it yet. As soon as i get it built I will let you know. I already had a 200mm fan in the front of my 912 so thats going up top along with the pre installed one on my X. Surprisingly my 912 temps have been great, I was just in need of a full tower for future plans.
 
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Hi y'all!

I recently upgraded to a 7950 crossfire. My Corsair 600T just can't handle the heat and I have to run the comp with the side panel off. I am not really motivated on spending loads of time and money on fans to try to fix the airflow. I need something that can handle my overclocked 7950s and not be too noisy when I'm not gaming etc and the cards are idling.

If I get a HAF X, will I be able to run the case closed without any overheating issues? I don't mind if I have to buy the extra top 200mm fan.

You will have no issues at all with the HAF X case.
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Hello everyone!

Thought I would share my Carbon Fiber MOD. It's still a working process.... I love the fact that I was able to cover up a lot of the holes and zip tie holes as well.

Enjoy.

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