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So no special prep to cover the logo? thinking.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

nothing at all! just painters tape smile.gif
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So no special prep to cover the logo? thinking.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

nothing at all! just painters tape smile.gif

Did you remove the Powder Coating or simply clean and dust the surface before paint application? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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Found spider webs inside my Haf 922 mad.gif
Hasn't been down for a cleaning since I swapped the board around August.. This is what I get for keeping a case like that on the floor.

Now I have the flu and I'm trying to clean this thing out.. Ughhhhhhhhhhh
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Did you remove the Powder Coating or simply clean and dust the surface before paint application? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Just cleaned and dusted, then painted. Probably would be best to sand everything down... but I didn't feel like it and it came out pretty good
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Did you remove the Powder Coating or simply clean and dust the surface before paint application? mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Just cleaned and dusted, then painted. Probably would be best to sand everything down... but I didn't feel like it and it came out pretty good

I will be painting my 932 after the New Year. I've heard that removing the PC, is a rather PitA process. Which is fine with me but I'd rather scuff it up and use the PC coating as my primer coat and spray over it if I can. Case is completely dismantled at this time so after the rest of the Upper PSU mount on the back is cut away and smoothed to the surface (rear only) to make that flat, I will get to work on the rest of the works. I cut the major portion away with my Dremel cuttoff wheel but there is a jagged portion that I have to file down. Sadly I had to remove it otherwise the 180 flip would have caused me to have to find someplace else to mount the bottom mount PSU. As it is the PSU is no longer able to be centered on the bottom grill. It's offset and I'll have to figure out a cleaner mounting solution in order to get better airflow than what an offset mount would provide. The right side door is getting cut for a window and the HDD vents removed. The left side has been replaced with a Window door which gets flipped and the HDD grill removed that's the only piece that needs to be primered since the inside of the replacement doors are bare steel. axesmiley.png

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - 12/22/15 at 5:17pm
 
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I will be painting my 932 after the New Year. I've heard that removing the PC, is a rather PitA process. Which is fine with me but I'd rather scuff it up and use the PC coating as my primer coat and spray over it if I can. Case is completely dismantled at this time so after the rest of the Upper PSU mount on the back is cut away and smoothed to the surface (rear only) to make that flat, I will get to work on the rest of the works. I cut the major portion away with my Dremel cuttoff wheel but there is a jagged portion that I have to file down. Sadly I had to remove it otherwise the 180 flip would have caused me to have to find someplace else to mount the bottom mount PSU. As it is the PSU is no longer able to be centered on the bottom grill. It's offset and I'll have to figure out a cleaner mounting solution in order to get better airflow than what an offset mount would provide. The right side door is getting cut for a window and the HDD vents removed. The left side has been replaced with a Window door which gets flipped and the HDD grill removed that's the only piece that needs to be primered since the inside of the replacement doors are bare steel. axesmiley.png

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I completely dismantled mine as well. I also bought some black rivets, and it looks so much cleaner... esp with the inside now painted black instead of that old 2009 pc grey. Only reason why I messed up on some parts is because I rushed the process. I painted everything and put it back together in a day. I bet if I let it stay out for a night I wouldn't have had to redo a few things... and I ran out of paint lol

I think I am going to buy the full window soon and paint it. I love having a fan on the side, but full window is super clean looking and I don't have to remove a wire every time I open up the case haha
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So as a HAF X owner (since 2011) I will be getting ready for another build. Now I did as much cable management as I could but it's still somewhat messy inside since I have a multitude of components. I will be removing the sound card and that will remove some connections to it but I was not able to find any good or real HAF X cable management guides for multiple components such as similar set-ups to mine. It's also more difficult since the HCP-1200 power supply I am using is a semi-modular power supply and most of the holes in the bottom is already routed. I don't want to buy a new case simply for better cable management in the overhaul/new build but I need to clean it up for my new cpu, motherboard that I will be overhauling.
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Sounds like you may need to get out the cutters and get a spool of 18 gauge wire. Custom cabling can be a little bit of work but for a very full system it's about the only way to make it look clean. I have extended my 24 pin harness also hooked up my two ssd's with my fan controler. Not an extensive modification but it helped a ton for making it all look clean.
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Since there is a club for HAF X, I thought of adding some of my pictures here. Some may find them helpfull.

The build was made on coolermaster HAF X.
D5 vario pump with EK res, EK supremacy evo original csq copper plexi,
Phobya G-Charger 360 V.2 rad with 3 F4 vardars pushing and 3 phobya slim fans pulling.
The system cools a 6700K on asus z170 deluxe and has samsung 950 Pro for main disk.

I know that slim fans for pull are not ideal, but I had issues with clearance on HAF X.
I was really in for EK 420 rad, but clearance on 5,25 bay was on the edge, at least on paper (145+-1 mm rad and 146mm measured space on HAF X) and I had no feedback from other users regarding that issue.





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So I'm on a new kick of trying to quiet down my PC. I got a NZXT Sentry Mix 2 fan controller which has helped substantially, but I want to quiet it down even more.

The top 200 mm fan was making an annoying clicking sound so I have disabled it, and I'm thinking about replacing it with a Cooler Master MegaFlow 200. Are there any other fans I should think about replacing? It seems as though the rear 140mm fan is very loud even at 40%.
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