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post #22431 of 23536
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I just added this Imon Soundgraph to the front of my HAF X. It used to be marketed as the Antec Veris Elite and although it is now under the OEM name bizarrely it is still marked "VERIS Elite"! The photo doesn't do the graphic equaliser justice as it has a mirror finish to the screen.


Neat! What is above it?
post #22432 of 23536
It's a Startech dual 2.5" drive trayless adapter http://uk.startech.com/HDD/Mobile-Racks/35in-Trayless-Dual-25in-SATA-Removable-Hard-Drive-Drawer~HSB220SAT25B mounted in a Bitfenix 3.5" adapter. https://www.dextmall.com/products/bitfenix-525-drive-bay-adapter.html
It's a tidier solution than the HAF X built in Hot Swap Bay since it doesn't need the backplate and is smaller since it only caters for 2.5 inch drives.
post #22433 of 23536
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It's a Startech dual 2.5" drive trayless adapter http://uk.startech.com/HDD/Mobile-Racks/35in-Trayless-Dual-25in-SATA-Removable-Hard-Drive-Drawer~HSB220SAT25B mounted in a Bitfenix 3.5" adapter. https://www.dextmall.com/products/bitfenix-525-drive-bay-adapter.html
It's a tidier solution than the HAF X built in Hot Swap Bay since it doesn't need the backplate and is smaller since it only caters for 2.5 inch drives.

Never knew that existed. yeah I discarded mine since I'll never use it (right now)

Still contemplating which smaller rad to get. something for the back by the motherboard or something under the 5.25 rack. I think the back fan solution might stick out to far over the motherboard but maybe not. Have to take the time an get the measurements. LOL
post #22434 of 23536
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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.

Oops. Normal spectre, sorry. pros should work but I heard they have some spacing issues. The normal spectres are so weak that the 120mm fans on my radiator burned them out within a week when I was using my H100.

Some pics of my HAF smile.gif Love this thing.





Might put a 2nd 780 in it over the summer! Would fill the empty PCI slots nicely.
Edited by eXecuution - 3/24/14 at 9:34pm
 
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post #22435 of 23536
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Oops. Normal spectre, sorry. pros should work but I heard they have some spacing issues. The normal spectres are so weak that the 120mm fans on my radiator burned them out within a week when I was using my H100.

Some pics of my HAF smile.gif Love this thing.





Might put a 2nd 780 in it over the summer! Would fill the empty PCI slots nicely.

Sweet machine thumb.gif
post #22436 of 23536
Can anyone show me a pic of HAF-X with a 140 rad mounted at the back exhaust fan??
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Thanks man smile.gif Was lucky enough to have OCN to thank for most of it. Love this site, even if I haven't been as active as usual.

When I have access to a camera that isn't a phone camera I'm for sure gonna take some actually decent pictures of the rig smile.gif
Edited by eXecuution - 3/25/14 at 5:39pm
 
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That's look real nice Pinza!!
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Oops. Normal spectre, sorry. pros should work but I heard they have some spacing issues. The normal spectres are so weak that the 120mm fans on my radiator burned them out within a week when I was using my H100.

Some pics of my HAF smile.gif Love this thing.





Might put a 2nd 780 in it over the summer! Would fill the empty PCI slots nicely.


Nice build thumb.gif
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post #22440 of 23536
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Oops. Normal spectre, sorry. pros should work but I heard they have some spacing issues. The normal spectres are so weak that the 120mm fans on my radiator burned them out within a week when I was using my H100.

Some pics of my HAF smile.gif Love this thing.


Might put a 2nd 780 in it over the summer! Would fill the empty PCI slots nicely.

Some people - possibly one person? - here have reported issues using Spectre Pro 200's in the to of the HAF X and I have to admit they are a hell of a tight fit but personally mine have caused no problems of any kind in a year of use.

tjohn said "Can anyone show me a pic of HAF-X with a 140 rad mounted at the back exhaust fan??"

I don't have such a photo but when I had a HAF 932 I used an Antec Kuhler H20 920 and I tried (briefly) installing the 120 rad at the rear. The rad itself is 2 inches thick and each fan is 1 inch thick so you have a total of 4 inches protruding back into the case; it totally covers the I/O ports and part of the RAM.
I eventually put the rad up top where it was more or less invisible with the side panel on. I only wish the HAF X had the same amount of headroom as the 932 did.
Here's my old rig - don't laugh, I know it is hideous. redface.gif

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