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post #2831 of 23525
Add me to the 922, great case!!! Im surprised only a few members have it.
    
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Add me to the 922, great case!!! Im surprised only a few members have it.
Added, welcome!
    
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post #2833 of 23525
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Add me to the 922, great case!!! Im surprised only a few members have it.
It's probably because so many of the members on OCN need/want the room of a full tower case. Nothing wrong with the 922, it's just smaller than the 932.
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Also because the HAF 932 was released Aug 2008 and the HAF 922 released May 2009 so the 932 has been around a lot longer
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post #2835 of 23525
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It's probably because so many of the members on OCN need/want the room of a full tower case. Nothing wrong with the 922, it's just smaller than the 932.
The HAF 922, is only slightly smaller. As a matter of fact the HAF 922 is actually wider than the 932, allowing huge coolers to fit, like the IFX-14 and Mugen 2, while still having enough space to add 120mm x 38mm Fans on the side panel. Now that is impressive

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post #2836 of 23525
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The HAF 922, is only slightly smaller. As a matter of fact the HAF 922 is actually wider than the 932, allowing huge coolers to fit, like the IFX-14 and Mugen 2, while still having enough space to add 120mm x 38mm Fans on the side panel. Now that is impressive

YouTube - Cooler Master HAF 922 Product Showcase
I know what you mean,my HAF makes my IFX-14 look small

Its a strong case too,I bruised my leg off it rushing out the door...yeah,my pc is near my door
    
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post #2837 of 23525
Could someone give me tips on how to handle the fillport? I installed the danger den fillport and was considering to add the danger den fillport res and I think that idea sucks because it would virtually take up most of my bay space. I definitely want to use the fillport though and I'm creating a second hole for a fillport for dumping the coolant.

I could potentially mount a res on the motherboard tray or on the side of the hdd cage. I'm not sure how much space a ASUS P6T Deluxe v2 mobo will leave me. Does anyone have that in the case and can photo it? I have purchased it yet but I've already decided it is the one for me.

Sorry for the trailing question, I'm simply trying to plan things out before I purchase them. Right now, I'm trying to figure out placement for pump and res. The radiators are going at the top inside the case.
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Could someone give me tips on how to handle the fillport? I installed the danger den fillport and was considering to add the danger den fillport res and I think that idea sucks because it would virtually take up most of my bay space. I definitely want to use the fillport though and I'm creating a second hole for a fillport for dumping the coolant.

I could potentially mount a res on the motherboard tray or on the side of the hdd cage. I'm not sure how much space a ASUS P6T Deluxe v2 mobo will leave me. Does anyone have that in the case and can photo it? I have purchased it yet but I've already decided it is the one for me.

Sorry for the trailing question, I'm simply trying to plan things out before I purchase them. Right now, I'm trying to figure out placement for pump and res. The radiators are going at the top inside the case.
I have seen a feew methods to get around this. What I am doing (using the same fillport) is I got an adapter and a bay res, the adapter will allow me to fill into the plug on the top via hose barb and a few inches of tubing
For some other types of res's I have seen either small home made brackets or zip ties holding the res onto the lip on the inside end of the 5.25 bays, and tube the gap accordingly.
post #2839 of 23525
I have a question all.
I was looking for CCFL lights for my 932. Also some black lighting (CCFL as well). The problem I am having is that I want a power switch that I can run to the front of my case so I don't always have the lights on in the case. I know AC Ryan has *some* like that, but they always seem to be out of stock.
Any suggestions?

Actually second questions as well. I have heard A ALOT of theories of where to put your res in the loop, but never any why's.
Where do you very experienced water cooler type guys mount your? Right after rad, before etc... and WHY does it go at that point over other points in the loop?
Edited by Marauder_IIc - 10/1/09 at 10:54am
post #2840 of 23525
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Originally Posted by poorpaddy View Post
Could someone give me tips on how to handle the fillport? I installed the danger den fillport and was considering to add the danger den fillport res and I think that idea sucks because it would virtually take up most of my bay space. I definitely want to use the fillport though and I'm creating a second hole for a fillport for dumping the coolant.

I could potentially mount a res on the motherboard tray or on the side of the hdd cage. I'm not sure how much space a ASUS P6T Deluxe v2 mobo will leave me. Does anyone have that in the case and can photo it? I have purchased it yet but I've already decided it is the one for me.

Sorry for the trailing question, I'm simply trying to plan things out before I purchase them. Right now, I'm trying to figure out placement for pump and res. The radiators are going at the top inside the case.
I'm actually going to be using that Fill Port in the top of my case (already drilled and mounted), mounting my res by the hard drive cage (to be mounted yet) and then the pump will now be in the bottom of my case. As for a drain, I'm not going to drill a hole in the case for it but basically have the fill port be like the plug on the end that I can just pull out of the case and drain off to the side (with some longer tubing tucked in behind the guts of the system so I have extra length. I don't have photos of my setup yet because I'm buried in work but hope to get rolling on the case assembly this weekend (time permitting)

EDIT: Just as an FYI - I'm using an EK Multioption Res so it will not be inside the drive bay
Edited by HAFenvy - 10/1/09 at 12:47pm
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