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Originally Posted by ohforfupsake View Post
Let us know how you get on. I'm using the stocking thing at the mo, but it doesn't seem particularly effective.

I got response from a guy called Vincent straight away. you have to pay by western union or by MONEYGRAM.com.

Just send a email to demci@vodamail.co.za they will give you a price. this is how the price was broke down

1x HAF 922 Side Filter each @ USD24.50
1x HAF 922 Top Filter each @ 24.00
1x HAF 922 PSU Filter each @ 10.00
1x HAF 922 Bottom Filter each @ 7.50
Postage to Ireland @ 15.50
TOTAL USD 81.50

hope this helps
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I am thinking of somehow modding the side panel fan on the 932 to turn on when you put the side panel on, and turn off when you take the side panel off...
This is what inspired me:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...077&CatId=1510

watch the video (scroll down)- its somewhere around 2:35...

Any ideas?
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post #3383 of 23545
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Originally Posted by Griffin View Post
I got response from a guy called Vincent straight away. you have to pay by western union or by MONEYGRAM.com.

Just send a email to demci@vodamail.co.za they will give you a price. this is how the price was broke down

1x HAF 922 Side Filter each @ USD24.50
1x HAF 922 Top Filter each @ 24.00
1x HAF 922 PSU Filter each @ 10.00
1x HAF 922 Bottom Filter each @ 7.50
Postage to Ireland @ 15.50
TOTAL USD 81.50

hope this helps
Definitely. I'm in Ireland too. No paypal though? never used WU or moneygram before so I'd be worried about hidden charges (don't WU have a large transaction fee?). €55 though, not as bad as I'd thought it'd be. Now to find a Job so I can get the money for it! Stupid recession....
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post #3384 of 23545
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I am thinking of somehow modding the side panel fan on the 932 to turn on when you put the side panel on, and turn off when you take the side panel off...
This is what inspired me:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...077&CatId=1510

watch the video (scroll down)- its somewhere around 2:35...

Any ideas?
Certainly! It's precisely that kind of thinking that gets me pumped up with modding and sharing on this forum!

Cool case! Not quite enough room though for W/Cing. However, it's an excellent competitor to the 922, I would say.

Check out my solve to that hassle. I wired a line from my fan controller down behind the the 5.25" bays and inside the top corner of the HD bays. Then I drilled a hole to feed the wires through. I found that a 3-pin fan connector fits perfectly into that channel with some very minor trimming.

Here, I laid out where the wire is hidden out of the way.



You can see the wire with heat shrink around it tucked up into the upper corner of the HD bay. No glue or zip ties were needed to secure any of it. It just wedges perfectly up into place; both the 3-pin connector and the power wire.



This is a picture of an early mock-up phase. Since then, I have replaced the sleeving with matching "Ogre" color TechFlex Power Blend sleeving from www.performance-pcs.com.



You can see here that the wire is easily accessible when removing the panel. All that is necessary is a firm tug disconnect the plug. Then reattaching is just as easily done with one hand. I'd love to see some others doing this. It has been a real frustration saver for me.

*Be sure your fan controller can handle the wattage of your fans.



Back to the switch plan, I'd love to see you implement that! Check out www.digikey.com for your switch. You can request a free catalog from them through their site and it should be a little easier to find the best one for the job. They have done some pretty good improvements to their site in the past months, but I still prefer to look through the catalog to find just the right part. Keep in mind it's NOT a simple on/off switch. I believe what you need is a tactile switch(tact switch). You may consider contacting Thermaltake and asking them if they have replacement parts available. If so, the mod itself would be a snap!

Let us all know on this thread if you make a build log for that mod.
post #3385 of 23545
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Originally Posted by Griffin View Post
I got response from a guy called Vincent straight away. you have to pay by western union or by MONEYGRAM.com.

Just send a email to demci@vodamail.co.za they will give you a price. this is how the price was broke down

1x HAF 922 Side Filter each @ USD24.50
1x HAF 922 Top Filter each @ 24.00
1x HAF 922 PSU Filter each @ 10.00
1x HAF 922 Bottom Filter each @ 7.50
Postage to Ireland @ 15.50
TOTAL USD 81.50

hope this helps
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Definitely. I'm in Ireland too. No paypal though? never used WU or moneygram before so I'd be worried about hidden charges (don't WU have a large transaction fee?). €55 though, not as bad as I'd thought it'd be. Now to find a Job so I can get the money for it! Stupid recession....

Yeah, Vincent is the person who I went through as well. I received mine in about 8 working days and that was from South Africa to California in the states. I payed through here for the USA made it easy so I didn't have to go anywhere to take care of it. I probably cost a couple extra dollars but I am sure they have simular over there.
    
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Hi all,

I would love to get the side panel from the new HAF 932 AMD edition, does anyone know if they going to sell this separately?

a5ian300zx
Whens that case going to be available to buy and whats the price of it? Anyone know?
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LOL yeah I was the one that asked them to make them for me. I sent them the specs and those are my computer pics with them on the HAF 922. They are great. I am still using the 140mm DEMCiflex Magnetic Fan Dust Filters for the bottom of my case to cover the fan and psu holes. They are great!!!

Here are some pics of my Computer with them on. Oh and I had them shipped from South Africa because that is where they are located.

Oh and see any resemblance with my pics and the pics they are showing.
Holy smokes - looks a lot like my window frame I built hahaha. If you want to make a window frame... it looks like you have a nice frame outline to work from right there!
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post #3388 of 23545
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I am thinking of somehow modding the side panel fan on the 932 to turn on when you put the side panel on, and turn off when you take the side panel off...
This is what inspired me:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...077&CatId=1510

watch the video (scroll down)- its somewhere around 2:35...

Any ideas?
That is one of the things I liked when I owned an Alienware desktop. They had a connector that would do that exact thing for the side fan and side LED to light up the alien head.


You can see a pic of it here

    
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Holy smokes - looks a lot like my window frame I built hahaha. If you want to make a window frame... it looks like you have a nice frame outline to work from right there!
Oh yeah nice, I didn't even think about that. Good lookin out.
    
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Yeah, that Alienware side connector worked quite well. I'm sure with a little electrical know-how, and a friend with an old Alienware case, you could modify that to be your start button. Shouldn't be too difficult.
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