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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Well, if I cut the bottom rivets without opening up the side panel of the case like you said the fillings will fall outside the case, meaning nothing will scatter inside, right?

No filings "should" go inside but since they are "8" shaped rivets the heads inside will still need to be pushed through.
post #22402 of 23536
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Originally Posted by PinzaC55 View Post

No filings "should" go inside but since they are "8" shaped rivets the heads inside will still need to be pushed through.

Right. What can be used to push those through? I'm assuming those are "whole" metals that will not produce any metal shrapnels of some sort?
post #22403 of 23536
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Right. What can be used to push those through? I'm assuming those are "whole" metals that will not produce any metal shrapnels of some sort?
A drill, duh. The shavings will fall inside when the head that is being drilled through separates from the rivet
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Originally Posted by DaveLT View Post

A drill, duh. The shavings will fall inside when the head that is being drilled through separates from the rivet

Ok, duh. This article: http://www.wikihow.com/Remove-Rivets shows Method 2 of 3 that doesn't use a drill.
post #22405 of 23536
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I'll let you believe what you want.

200mm fans are designed to push a larger surface area of air which is why the HAF-X design has slots for 4 200mm fans rather than 120s.
 
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200mm fans are designed to push a larger surface area of air which is why the HAF-X design has slots for 4 200mm fans rather than 120s.
And very low static pressure. Bigger =/= better.
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quick update, psu cover/shelf getting manufactured today. plan is to cover it in carbon wrap and cut out a ROG logo in the centre with a red glow
going good so far...any comments or tips.?



Edited by conrad9900 - 3/10/14 at 4:15pm
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So more noise and less airflow is better? And you somehow think a 120mm fan would fit in a 200mm fan port?

A brief run down on 120mm vs. 200mm fans:

120mm:
Bitfenix Spectre Pro PWM 120mm: 26.1dB; 70.52 CFM ±10%
Corsair SP120-PWM Quiet Edition 120mm: Noise level 23 dB; 37.85 CFM
Noctua NF-P12 120mm: 19.8 dB; 54.33 CFM

200mm:
Bitfenix Spectre Pro 200mm: 27.5 dB; 148.72 CFM ±10%
Cooler Master MegaFlow 200mm: 19 dBA, 110 CFM
NZXT FS-200RB: 20.16 dBA, 89.5 CFM

Not worth it to use the spectres in the top of the haf x as exhaust. Believe me, I've tried, and broken fans. Just swap back to the MegaFlows. The Spectre works fine as a side intake fan though.
 
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post #22409 of 23536
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Not worth it to use the spectres in the top of the haf x as exhaust. Believe me, I've tried, and broken fans. Just swap back to the MegaFlows. The Spectre works fine as a side intake fan though.
I've had 2 Spectre Pro's in the top of my HAF X for nearly a year now. They are a tad noisy on full power but otherwise sweet.
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I have spectre pro's as well on top, had to use rubber spacers/washer and only slightly screwed them in uptop so the fan blades don't hit the case. I believe you have to have it in a certain orientation as well with the logo facing the rear of the case in order to fit it in. At least this was what I had from my experience setting them up as exhaust.
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