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Have anyone noticed a rattle noise near the front panel/hard drive area? I have no idea how to get rid of this noise. It seems to go way when I apply pressure on the side panel but it comes back as soon as I let go. The noise increases and decreases in a very annoying way. What's weird is, it only rattles rarely but when it does it's very annoying. I can't find the culprit. Let me know if any of you experience this and how did you guys fix it.

Maybe it is the wires for the front intake fan or even some of the front panel wires vibrating on something. Or could be a loose screw holding the front panel fan, or a screw holding the front panel.
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I have checked all my usual haunts, and nothing. Anyone in the US know a place? Or another of its genre that uses the 2 pin connection like these and I can put a 1/2 inch hose barb on?

Thanks all!
www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main

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so, I'll be putting together my new build tomorrow and through the weekend most likely with the 932 being the case.

Two questions for now:
1) My MB (asus p6td) has 3 fan controllers and the case has 4 fans. I'm not sure there is a reason to combine two of the fans so they all run from the MB, so that leaves me with only connecting 3 to the MB and one directly to the power supply. My guess for now is to put the front intake fan on the PS to make the wiring a little cleaner and plug the side, back, and top onto the MB. Sound like a plan or is there a better way? I'm not really looking to buy a fan controller.

2) I only have 1 hard drive and 1 cd burner for the near future. Any reason to prefer one bay over another to install these? I can see using one of the lower two slots for the cdburner just for the cabling ease, but I guess that isn't too critical as it looks like the cables can reach the top as well and using the top bay might look the best.

I'm sure I'll have more questions later as this is my first ever build from scratch
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so, I'll be putting together my new build tomorrow and through the weekend most likely with the 932 being the case.

Two questions for now:
1) My MB (asus p6td) has 3 fan controllers and the case has 4 fans. I'm not sure there is a reason to combine two of the fans so they all run from the MB, so that leaves me with only connecting 3 to the MB and one directly to the power supply. My guess for now is to put the front intake fan on the PS to make the wiring a little cleaner and plug the side, back, and top onto the MB. Sound like a plan or is there a better way? I'm not really looking to buy a fan controller.

2) I only have 1 hard drive and 1 cd burner for the near future. Any reason to prefer one bay over another to install these? I can see using one of the lower two slots for the cdburner just for the cabling ease, but I guess that isn't too critical as it looks like the cables can reach the top as well and using the top bay might look the best.

I'm sure I'll have more questions later as this is my first ever build from scratch
1) I usually dont bother with mobo fan controllers, if I REALLY need to control a fan I run a normal fan controller, but 99% of the time I use the Molex adapters that come with them, to me it is just easier. Also, for combining fans, make sure you know the current draw of the fans, it may be fine, however most motherboard, unless otherwise stated, have a max load of 1 amp, if you go over that it is very likely to burn out your fan headers.

2) Location isnt that big of a deal, since there is a front fan I would use one of the middle slots for airflow top and bottom. As far as your opticals go, whereever it si easiest for cable management
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1) I usually dont bother with mobo fan controllers, if I REALLY need to control a fan I run a normal fan controller, but 99% of the time I use the Molex adapters that come with them, to me it is just easier. Also, for combining fans, make sure you know the current draw of the fans, it may be fine, however most motherboard, unless otherwise stated, have a max load of 1 amp, if you go over that it is very likely to burn out your fan headers.
Yeah, I'll stay away from combining 2 fans to one fan controller. However, for the 3 fan controllers that could use 3 of the fans, it would be kinda nice just to see that the fans are spinning and use the Asus MB feature:
Fan Xpert
Active Quiet & Cool
ASUS Fan Xpert intelligently allows users to adjust both the CPU and chassis fan speed according to different ambient temperature , which is caused by different climate conditions in different geographic regions and system loading.Built-in variety of useful profiles offer flexible controls of fan speed to achieve a quiet and cool environment.


I think I'll probably get three molex to 3-pin adapters to use for this so it's just a matter of picking which of the 4 fans to do it on. EDIT: oh sweet, just opened the case up and it looks like the fans already have the 3 pin that's connected to the molex - when I looked earlier I just saw the molex. Nice - saves me a few bucks and now I'll definitely run the fans to the MB.
Edited by H-508 - 11/17/09 at 7:25pm
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Hey Zoso77, in one of your pics you seem to be using an 80mm fan riser at the bottom of your 932, I take it this is sucking in air from underneath, but my question is where did you manage to get the riser from? or was it hacked from another appliance..


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Wow, I just realized my name wasn't on the list . I swear I was on of the few HAF owners when they first released (everyone said the case was hideous)

Anyways, Build process is in sig and my new project (Just custom paint)

Add me to the list
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Hey Zoso77, in one of your pics you seem to be using an 80mm fan riser at the bottom of your 932, I take it this is sucking in air from underneath, but my question is where did you manage to get the riser from? or was it hacked from another appliance..


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Those are all over the internet.
http://www.coolerguys.com/fanadapters.html

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...5c388e15636d5e

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/fanadapters.html
post #3279 of 23525
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Wow, I just realized my name wasn't on the list . I swear I was on of the few HAF owners when they first released (everyone said the case was hideous)

Anyways, Build process is in sig and my new project (Just custom paint)

Add me to the list
tK, I could have sworn you were too. Sorry if not, but I'll add you now and link your name to your paint log!
    
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Have anyone noticed a rattle noise near the front panel/hard drive area? I have no idea how to get rid of this noise. It seems to go way when I apply pressure on the side panel but it comes back as soon as I let go. The noise increases and decreases in a very annoying way. What's weird is, it only rattles rarely but when it does it's very annoying. I can't find the culprit. Let me know if any of you experience this and how did you guys fix it.
in my haf its the hard drive when it rpm up and down need pads on sides of hard drive
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