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post #211 of 23536
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Definatlly. So far anyone I know that loves this case as much as most of us in this forum do have painted the inside black. I already suggested it over at their forums but you know how long that would take for them just to do that (plus they would need to sell their first batches first to even make a revision).

I already told my friend that I bet they would make a mid tower version of this and not a revision first, and sure enough they make that haf mini

Only things I see that would need improving on this case are :

Removable mobo tray
Aluminum construction perhaps (this would make it cost more though)
Black interior
Color of fans perhaps (had to buy over $100 of fans separately, argh).
I personally prefer the steel construction because it's more durable, which matches the 932's tough personality.
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Yea, I'm exited to see this thing in action. It's basically the CM 690's big brother in a way right??

I love my 690. but soon I'll have to join the HAF club instead.. Sadness. hahah. To bad it wont be here til friday, and I'm getting all my Water parts on Tues, and Wed.. So I guess they'll have to sit in the closet while I wait for my case, then over the weekend I'll be painting the inside of the baby. and then I'll start my build.

I guess while I'm waiting to get, and paint my case I can be testing my Water-cooling.. right. I have an extra PSU. so I'll just plug that in. and set up the entire loop to nothing. and make sure everything is all good.

oh and one more thing, I saw someone saying something about Rivets with this case. For me to take it apart to paint it. Am I going to need some sort of tool or something? as the CM 690 was all just pull apart stuff. is this case hard to take apart/ put together?
Edited by xguntherc - 2/1/09 at 11:56am
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post #213 of 23536
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I posted my mod in the other thread. Let me know what you think.

http://www.overclock.net/case-mods-g...red-paint.html

Attachment 96007
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post #214 of 23536
Yea, I think it would be a good purchase for anyone with a water cooled HAF to get the fillport. And NO, you dont have to do any drilling, the HAF was built to use the DangerDen fillport.

Good Luck to all you HAF932 owners
    
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post #215 of 23536
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Originally Posted by xguntherc View Post
Yea, I'm exited to see this thing in action. It's basically the CM 690's big brother in a way right??

I love my 690. but soon I'll have to join the HAF club instead.. Sadness. hahah. To bad it wont be here til friday, and I'm getting all my Water parts on Tues, and Wed.. So I guess they'll have to sit in the closet while I wait for my case, then over the weekend I'll be painting the inside of the baby. and then I'll start my build.

I guess while I'm waiting to get, and paint my case I can be testing my Water-cooling.. right. I have an extra PSU. so I'll just plug that in. and set up the entire loop to nothing. and make sure everything is all good.

oh and one more thing, I saw someone saying something about Rivets with this case. For me to take it apart to paint it. Am I going to need some sort of tool or something? as the CM 690 was all just pull apart stuff. is this case hard to take apart/ put together?
You will have to drill out rivets to completly disassemble the case which only requires a drill and drill bit that is slightly bigger than the inside of the rivet.

Now, to put it back together you will have to have a rivet gun and rivets.
    
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You will have to drill out rivets to completly disassemble the case which only requires a drill and drill bit that is slightly bigger than the inside of the rivet.

Now, to put it back together you will have to have a rivet gun and rivets.
While painting it me and my buddy didn't even need to dissemble it (at least not to the point in needing any extra equipment besides a screwdriver). Can't wait for my fans to arrive tomorrow so I can post more pics, well Tuesday probably since the paint has to dry still.
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post #217 of 23536
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While painting it me and my buddy didn't even need to dissemble it (at least not to the point in needing any extra equipment besides a screwdriver). Can't wait for my fans to arrive tomorrow so I can post more pics, well Tuesday probably since the paint has to dry still.
Yeah, I just painted mine by removing what could be removed with a screwdriver, no rivets were removed.

Finished my second watercooling loop and did leak checks all last night. Pics should be up later today!
    
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is the hard drive cage the only thing being held in with rivets anyway? i mean what else would you disassembe?
    
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post #219 of 23536
Hey, I have one too .
Once my MS ProDuo card reader gets here later this week I'll have pictures though...
    
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cool, more pics are always great
    
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