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MY friend you didn't get my meaning.Maybe because of my english.When I say headphones I mean the normal headset with the 3.5 jack.I have problem with the front panel connection.Is there a solution or I have to buy another I/O panel
try different headphones. some headphones that i have used didnt connect properly to i/o computer ports. try the rear port and see if that works. contact cm and get a replacement if not

edit: sorry for dp
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MY friend you didn't get my meaning.Maybe because of my english.When I say headphones I mean the normal headset with the 3.5 jack.I have problem with the front panel connection.Is there a solution or I have to buy another I/O panel
Ah,I see,so no set of headphones will work.

Well,before you order a new panel,inspect the PCB of your current front panel.A connection may have just come loose
    
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**** cant wait, gonna buy the 932 this week!, cost like 40$ more then 922 in australia
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Originally Posted by HAFenvy View Post
That looks like a pretty thick radiator and I know all too well how tight that top area is in the 922. I had to use the thinner Swiftech to squeeze it inside my case with fans and even then, had to modify my mounting position to allow clearance (check my build log to see the side offset mounting). Using the existing hole mount positions on the 922 was bad for all the top rad installations I explored which is why I offset to the one side.
HAFenvy, Now I know why the 922 has the hole mount positions at top different from 932's the hole mount positions.

My second guess that there existing hole mount positions on the 922 is for 120mm RAD each of installation at the top for purpose, instead of 240mm/ 360mm rad.
Edited by GAMERIG - 1/3/10 at 6:21am
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Originally Posted by GAMERIG View Post
I can see that you have lot of respect, experience modding and are truly knowledgeable what the exact is problem and solve than the 35 year old KID Paraleye.
Dude... Forgive and forget.

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Originally Posted by johnko1 View Post
something else guys

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You just use a rivet gun. For most cases (at least for my HAF 932) use 1/8" diameter rivets with 1/8" grips. Use aluminum rivets because if you use steel and you want to take the case apart again in the future, you'll have a HARD time de-riveting it.
what 1/8 grips mean and which rivets are better; steel or aluminium?
I'm not sure but I think thats what I said a while back. Heres some pics to help you understand better.

The diameter has to be 1/8" so its a nice fit in the holes already in the case. eg. the rivets your take out are in 1/8" holes.

The Grip measurements show how long the knob will be when its been compressed with the rivet gun. (See the second pic.) A smaller grip is better for PC cases as there is less of a knob when compressed.



I used the rivets in the last picture. They have a grip of 3.2 - 4.8mm and I ended up with a 4mm knob as I'm showing.



These are the rivets I used. DEFINATELY get aluminium. They are much easier to use and there is absolutely no need for the strength of steel and you will never be able to bore the steel ones out unless you use a special cutting fluid. Just don't even go there.

Painted obviously just means the rivet head has been painted. I used a painted black rivet as you can see but a painted rivet is not nessesery at all.



In a nutshell, get rivets with 1/8" diameter, a grip of NO more then 4.8mm at the most and definatelly get aluminium rivets.

I don't think I could have explained it any better that time. Now who thinks I over explain?

EDIT - honestly thought I had the first post on 400 then... oh well.
Edited by FalloutBoy - 1/3/10 at 6:39am
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thanks man you helped me alot
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thanks man you helped me alot
These guys are giving good advice here. I used to work with metals all the time. Steel rivots are only necessary when you need that extra sheer strength. And yes you will go through a few bits trying to drill them out. They are also quite a bit harder to "pop" in to place and unless you are using an air rivot gun for the steel rivots, it is likely that either you would have a hard time popping them by hand or they will not pop 100% tightly due to the extra strength needed to do it. 1/8" is doable by hand with steel, but your hands will get really sore after only a few. So yeah, aluminum rivots are much better for this application.
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These guys are giving good advice here. I used to work with metals all the time. Steel rivots are only necessary when you need that extra sheer strength. And yes you will go through a few bits trying to drill them out. They are also quite a bit harder to "pop" in to place and unless you are using an air rivot gun for the steel rivots, it is likely that either you would have a hard time popping them by hand or they will not pop 100% tightly due to the extra strength needed to do it. 1/8" is doable by hand with steel, but your hands will get really sore after only a few. So yeah, aluminum rivots are much better for this application.
people in this forum really know what they are talking about and if they dont know the answer they will find out (for the most part) i just tend to tune out people under 30 reps. i find that theres some people who will say anything to get up to the 35 reps
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people in this forum really know what they are talking about and if they dont know the answer they will find out (for the most part) i just tend to tune out people under 30 reps. i find that theres some people who will say anything to get up to the 35 reps
I've only got 20, but I try to never talk about what I don't know. My post/rep ratio is pretty good, and that's almost more important that amount of rep. Of course, in here, Paraleyes' words are like those of a god.
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