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post #3021 of 23536
Just got my HAF 922 Up and running today.

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post #3022 of 23536
Also just wanted to ask all owners another question. If you have a spare 120mm fan like me, and want to put it above my CD drive (or under if you put it up top), but don't have screws big enough to hold it in, what would you use to secure it?
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post #3023 of 23536
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Originally Posted by Nhb93 View Post
Also just wanted to ask all owners another question. If you have a spare 120mm fan like me, and want to put it above my CD drive (or under if you put it up top), but don't have screws big enough to hold it in, what would you use to secure it?
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post #3024 of 23536
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Just a question to all HAF owners. Did you take out all of the metal plates where the drives go, or just the ones you needed to take out? The more I look at mine, I think it would look better, but then it would also just be empty right there.
i just take out for what i need, then aside from that, i leave the metal shtufff.. XD
    
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post #3025 of 23536
I've never used screwless drive bays. What are the options for mounting an ssd in the 922/932?
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post #3026 of 23536
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I've never used screwless drive bays. What are the options for mounting an ssd in the 922/932?
I just used Bay Rafter adapters for my different drives... there is the 2.5in to 3.5in bay rafter (fits 2 x 2.5in drives)... http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/ac...25_detail.html

They also have a 3 drive rafter that is a 2.5in to 5.25in bay rafter - so you could have 3 stacked SSDs in a single 5.25in bay slot (which is the one I do have). Then there is the usual 3.5in to 5.25in bay rafter.

All of which have fan mount holes on the bottom if you feel like putting a fan directly onto the drives for cooling.
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post #3027 of 23536
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I just used Bay Rafter adapters for my different drives... there is the 2.5in to 3.5in bay rafter (fits 2 x 2.5in drives)... http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/ac...25_detail.html

They also have a 3 drive rafter that is a 2.5in to 5.25in bay rafter - so you could have 3 stacked SSDs in a single 5.25in bay slot (which is the one I do have). Then there is the usual 3.5in to 5.25in bay rafter.

All of which have fan mount holes on the bottom if you feel like putting a fan directly onto the drives for cooling.
I just ordered one. Thanks .
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post #3028 of 23536
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Originally Posted by MeeksMan13 View Post
great idea for the switch! how did you implement that
I'm not sure I understand the question, because the switch comes with the pair of lights. I did have to cut the wire in order to run it through the hole and then just soldered it back together.

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Originally Posted by Nhb93 View Post
Also just wanted to ask all owners another question. If you have a spare 120mm fan like me, and want to put it above my CD drive (or under if you put it up top), but don't have screws big enough to hold it in, what would you use to secure it?
I know those plates you asked about have holes that line up directly with the mounting holes of a 120mm fan, but I removed them all. If they are still there and you wanted to mount a fan on them, I would cut out a section to allow for airflow through the plates, but leave the necessary holes to mount the fan. If you removed those plates, you could easily make a mounting plate with the use of a rivet gun using a section of one of those plates.
post #3029 of 23536
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I don't see the sleeved part of the cathodes Paraleyes. Am I missing something? Ninja switch is awesome BTW.
This bulb is sleeved. Look at the picture full size and you'll see it.

Here it is before I sleeved it.
post #3030 of 23536
paraleyes, I meant how did you attach it at the bottom, did you have to drill a hole or anything?
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