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post #32 of 23536



heres my toy
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post #33 of 23536
^ nice. what are temps like? add your system under the User CP tab.

I was going to go buy one tonight but it is not in stock at my local Micro Center or Frys Electronics and I dont feel like paying for shipping
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post #34 of 23536
40 idle 45ish under load added it to my system



This is what it was before cable management/new case heh
Edited by TFrevold - 11/6/08 at 9:33pm
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I am now a proud owner of the HAF 932. I will be posting pics of my build tonight or early tomorrow when I get back home. I have high expectations for the case.
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How quiet are the stock system fans?
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post #37 of 23536
as stated before.... and anywhere else you look. they are rated at 19dba
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post #38 of 23536
Question on the case (and cases in general).

Is it better to have both side panels on (for air pressure/air flow reasons) or is it better to have one side panel off (to get more air in? - like the panel that doesn't have the fan.)

My case is next to a wall, so having that side panel off won't make a difference visually.

Thanks

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Originally Posted by gooddog View Post
Question on the case (and cases in general).

Is it better to have both side panels on (for air pressure/air flow reasons) or is it better to have one side panel off (to get more air in? - like the panel that doesn't have the fan.)

My case is next to a wall, so having that side panel off won't make a difference visually.

Thanks

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Truly it depends on how the airflow of the case is laid out. However if you're putting it up against a wall i dont see how you would get any different effects than having the side on. Usually keeping the side with the fan on is benneficial unless your going to be hooking a huge box fan up to the side of it because of the airflow layout of the case. Hope that answers your question.
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Originally Posted by SLI_Maniac View Post
Truly it depends on how the airflow of the case is laid out. However if you're putting it up against a wall i dont see how you would get any different effects than having the side on. Usually keeping the side with the fan on is benneficial unless your going to be hooking a huge box fan up to the side of it because of the airflow layout of the case. Hope that answers your question.
Sorry, I don't think I was clear.
I am going to keep the side with the fan on since it has the fan.
The question is on the other side. I can keep it on or since it is close to a wall or keep it off (still a gap of a couple of inches between wall and the case).

I thought that by keeping it on, it creates some more air flow within the case (e.g. positive pressure) and the air gets directed in a certain way. I could be wrong on that since this case seems to be ventilated all over the place anyway.
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