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post #3281 of 23553
Hi all, here is my 922. Almost there, I wanna paint the interior, and get some other parts to complete this build. A new GPU (cause that 9800 is feeling old) I'm thinking a 5870; and a new PSU, probably an enermax revolution 850. It's great to see all these HAF owners in one spot, I've pretty much seen every post. Yeah and I'm sorry about the pics, I took them on my phone

I'll put some more pics up soon as I'm working on it.

p.s How can I get some pics linked to my name in the owners list??
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Dubi's HAF
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post #3282 of 23553
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Originally Posted by harrison View Post
in my haf its the hard drive when it rpm up and down need pads on sides of hard drive
The buzzing noise was coming from the vibration caused by the front 230mm fan. I went out and buy some neoprene washers and placed it between the fan and the case and problem solved. I would figure CM should have included some type of solution for this already...
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post #3283 of 23553
You may also have something in the house you can use already. a tiny dab of clear silicone near the bolt holes does the trick pretty well too.
post #3284 of 23553
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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..


ttfn sadsack1
Thanks for answering with those links Paraleyes, saved me the time...and yes it is used as a small updraft (intake) fan. Should probably be a bigger fan but it was one of those deals where the adapter was laying there on my table, so I used it.
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post #3285 of 23553
Hello everyone

Can I join the club? HAF 932

I just got this case today and WOW it is a monster compared to the little dell cases all those years. The airflow is definitely way better. Anyway I cant wait to start this build

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<---Got the 922 a week after it released on newegg.

It's the only Coolermaster case I've ever liked the look of, and I couldn't help but get it ASAP (not to mention it is 4/5 cheaper than the Lian-Li case I was originally intending to get).

This be Claen'tor, signing off.

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post #3287 of 23553
Okay... next question - so the 932 included the HD Audio/AC97 cable from the front connector... *** do I do with this? I see on my MB there is a plug for it and in the bios I can enable the HD Audio and all that, but do I need this?

I have an Asus P6TD and plan on using the onboard sound and plugging in my 5.1 speakers to the back panel, but I'm not sure what this front panel connector is for unless it's for the mic/headphones...
post #3288 of 23553
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Okay... next question - so the 932 included the HD Audio/AC97 cable from the front connector... *** do I do with this? I see on my MB there is a plug for it and in the bios I can enable the HD Audio and all that, but do I need this?

I have an Asus P6TD and plan on using the onboard sound and plugging in my 5.1 speakers to the back panel, but I'm not sure what this front panel connector is for unless it's for the mic/headphones...
Its only for the front audio mic and headphone in/outputs. I don't have mine plugged in cause I never need them. Doesn't matter if you use it or not just the same as all the front panel connectors. Just use what you need.
post #3289 of 23553
Thought I'd put some better lit pics up. I know, she looks dusty but I'll clean it out when i paint her insides black
Surprising how much dust there is after only a few weeks


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Sidewinder X6 Cooler Master Silent Pro 850W Cooler Master HAF 922 Sidewinder X3 (I'm a lefty) 
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Custom made 
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WD Caviar Black 1TB 7200 32MB Asus DVD/RW Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Asus VW222U 22" 1680x1050 native 
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Sidewinder X6 Cooler Master Silent Pro 850W Cooler Master HAF 922 Sidewinder X3 (I'm a lefty) 
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Custom made 
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post #3290 of 23553
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Its only for the front audio mic and headphone in/outputs. I don't have mine plugged in cause I never need them. Doesn't matter if you use it or not just the same as all the front panel connectors. Just use what you need.
Thanks fallout!
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