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Thanks man!
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Does anyone know what the wattage is for the stock top fans in a HAF-X. Looking at hooking them up to a fan controller.

3.36 According to the Cooler Master site.
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3.36 According to the Cooler Master site.

wow, that's way lower than I thought. thanks. forgive my ignorance... if I ramp them up with a controller how much higher would they get if anything redface.gif
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wow, that's way lower than I thought. thanks. forgive my ignorance... if I ramp them up with a controller how much higher would they get if anything redface.gif

If I'm not mistaken that's max wattage.
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If I'm not mistaken that's max wattage.

Just did check that too. Thanks again....rep
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So a question for HAF X owners. I'm looking at adding a second 290x to my case, and am looking at a ref card due to space issues (plus there is one for MSRP on Newegg right now). I want to water cool it with a Kraken G10 bracket with a 120mm closed loop cooler. The thing is I already have a Corsair H90 installed in the rear 140mm slot. Is there any way to add a 120mm radiator to the case?

I'm not going to add a 240 or bigger radiator because it would cause me to have too much space issues up top. I would preferably like to put it where the second 200mm fan is up top (the right side near the front of the case) but I can't see how that would work.

Anyone have any ideas? Also would a closed loop cooler like that be able to reach a bottom card in Xfire?
 
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For this case, would removing the HDD cage and the 140mm fan that is tied with the cage produce more airflow than the current setup?
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EVGA 780Ti Classy.
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post #22389 of 23536
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Originally Posted by MapRef41N93W View Post

So a question for HAF X owners. I'm looking at adding a second 290x to my case, and am looking at a ref card due to space issues (plus there is one for MSRP on Newegg right now). I want to water cool it with a Kraken G10 bracket with a 120mm closed loop cooler. The thing is I already have a Corsair H90 installed in the rear 140mm slot. Is there any way to add a 120mm radiator to the case?

I'm not going to add a 240 or bigger radiator because it would cause me to have too much space issues up top. I would preferably like to put it where the second 200mm fan is up top (the right side near the front of the case) but I can't see how that would work.

Anyone have any ideas? Also would a closed loop cooler like that be able to reach a bottom card in Xfire?

If you are looking for a place to put a 120mm rad, the front optical bay area would work, that is if you are not using any optical drives in there and not using a 360 rad on top that takes up part of the optical drive space. I have 2x 120mm fans ziptied together and mounted with velcro in that space and there seems to be enough space all around to actually fit 140mm fans.
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For this case, would removing the HDD cage and the 140mm fan that is tied with the cage produce more airflow than the current setup?

I would say yes as it would prevent any obstruction of "fresh" airflow from the front 200mm fan which is directly intaking.
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post #22390 of 23536
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I would say yes as it would prevent any obstruction of "fresh" airflow from the front 200mm fan which is directly intaking.

Thanks. How do you exactly go about in removing those rivets with minimal aystem intrusion as I don't to remove all components from the case again?

Thanks.
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