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Ahhh okay gotcha. thumb.gif

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So im beginning to plan out a hard pipe loop in my system, CPU only because HAF cases hate large cooling loops lol... any way i was curious if anybody has ever attempted fitting a 280 in the top in push pull with a 140 on the exhaust ... with hard pipe. this will be my first custom cooling loop in my first system i have no issue taking my time with this project to make it perfect but this begs the question if a tight loop like that is even possible. it looks like it would be insanely snug but i feel the extra work would pay off in performance and looks. any advice would be great thumb.gif
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sorry i didnt mention it was a haf 932 lol
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The only way you're going to get a 280 mounted in the top of your 932 is with either a custom top plate or just jamming the screws through the top mesh. However since you sound like you're willing to put the effort in, I would advise the full custom top plate. I suppose you could also make a rad bracket and mount it towards the outside of the top plate with only some simple drilling and riveting.

As for the push pull configuration, unless you're doing some serious overclocking, that 280 rad would be more than enough with just push or pull to keep everything cool.
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sorry i could've put more information into my post... i posted a few months ago with pictures of my pc and i have already "modded" the top panel and have a h110i gtx in push pull. i say "modded" because one it wasn't my case when the mod was done, it was a friends who bought the h110 and didnt know this case didn't support 280mm rads. second the "mod" is literally just random holes drilled into the case lol. i could easily remove some of the fans to help fit the 140mm rad in the back if that were to become an issue but i feel id be losing performance then. my real question was whether or not the 140 would fit in a hard pipe situation. sorry for the confusion;)
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love the cm haf towers...so is the front page still being updated?
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post #23298 of 23554
Probably not since the last edit was 2012

And OP hasn't been on since 2014. worriedsmiley.gif

http://www.overclock.net/u/242700/dwsr

Looks like we need a Mod to step in and we need to nominate another member who is able to be present on a consistent basis. I'm not that guy, with my toddler I only get online on a time to time basis. mellowsmiley.gif

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Does anyone know where to find the HAF X pci-slot covers? I checked in the CM Store and couldn't find it even searching by the case model. I could always buy some Silverstone aeroslots but I would like to see if I can get some HAF X oem expansion slot covers.
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So, I read about the HAF club thread here, and though it would be a great place to ask a couple questions I have.
A while back I bought a HAF case for a steal of a price (actually made $10 in buying it) and while it has the 932 Advanced side panel, it has what appears to be the original 932 I/O panel. Either way, it's a 932. Anyway, one of the USB ports is messed up, and I don't really need a firewire or eSATA port, so will a HAF X I/O panel (w/USB 3.0) work? Also, does anyone know where I can get parts for the case other than the CM Store, as many things are unavailable there. I plan on keeping this case when i build a completely new system in the near future, and would love to have a new I/O panel, as well as a few other things that are missing, such as a couple drive sleds, pci slot covers, and work out some dust filters for it as well. Thanks for any and all help you guys can give, and i'm glad to see such a wonderful (and IMO one of the best and most beautiful) case still used and loved by so many here!

Are you talking about the I/o panel on the top in front? with the power and reset button etc? iF SO than yes, it will fit a 932, either advanced or normal, BUT only if you change the top panel and front panel like I did with my case. The top and front panel alone are not compatible, they must be swiched out as a pair.... does that make sense? The back and bottom don't make any difference whatsoever except for one thing... motherboard tray.... so look at it like this...

Haf x
Top and front must move as a pair when interchanging with other Haf family
Back and motherboard tray must move as pair when interchanging with other Haf family

That's all... that is the basic rule you will find with the HAF series. The top of a 932 won't match the front of the X and visa versa, so they gotta move together, and the same with the back and the motherboard tray.

Otherwise, you could for sure do what you planned. The best way to get cheap parts is to buy old cases on craigslist or other sites, the grey ones come up most, then just carbon fiber them or paint them.
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