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post #4601 of 23553
Good news ( At least for me ) guys .

I was 10€ short but my sister lended me them.

Ordered x5 Xigmatek XLF-F1253 to replace the big side fan with 4 of these xigmatek and will add the 5th to the back of the case taking air out.

I'll make some pictures once i get them.
    
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okay got a question... i just ordered a 200mm blue fan and a 140mm blue fan and want to switch the led's on the front 200. do they need a resistor or can i just throw in new leds, also are they 3mm or 5mm?
    
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post #4603 of 23553
No resistors needed. Just switch them with the new LEDs. The 200mm fan uses 5mm LEDs.
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No resistors needed. Just switch them with the new LEDs. The 200mm fan uses 5mm LEDs.
resistors arent REALLY needed. LEDs can burn out prematurely but honeslty. they have like a 200,000 hr lifespan and cost almost nothing. resistors are to much trouble
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Hi, like another user posts before I got a scratch in the upper part of the case HAF 922, and I would like to know if there is a paint of the same color, just two days that I bought it and my mother dropped something cleaning -....-

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Hi, like another user posts before I got a scratch in the upper part of the case HAF 922, and I would like to know if there is a paint of the same color, just two days that I bought it and my mother dropped something cleaning -....-

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I got a small scratch on the right side near the front fan but its not rly vissible unless you're 10cm away frmo the case.

The fans will dispatch today, aswell as a white cathode, will make some pictures once I build it
    
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One thing I do is get a black permanent texter and draw over the scratch then instantly rub my finger over it. Its still noticable but nowhere near as much.



I'm looking forward to seeing this. Those fans are quite lovely.
Yeah specially the price they costed
    
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post #4608 of 23553
Is anyone using a 3.5" card reader or fan controller in the haf 932?

If so have you cut the mesh so you can put the cover back to look neater?

I've noticed the 3.5" to 5.25" adapter doesn't sit flush, it sits further back and it don't look right.

I've order a 3.5" fan controller and it's not going to sit flush with my optical drives etc unless I've missed something

edit:It turns out the haf 932 is meant to come with a cover with the mesh cut out like this http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/...roducts_id=319

I didn't get one, so I think I'm gonna have to cut the mesh out, any tips on what I can use to cut the mesh out? Has anyone done it before?
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post #4609 of 23553
Hello,

In a few days I will be a proud owner of a HAF 932 and am very excited to get it. My question revolves around the use of the Corsair CH50 and this case. I plan on using a push/pull method to cool the radiator. My question is, would it be best to draw air from outside into the case across the radiator, or draw it out? I'm trying not to impede the air flow through the case as little as possible and yet have acceptable CPU temps. I'm kinda worried about bringing in too much air compared to drawing it out. Any tips or suggestion are greatly appreciated.

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post #4610 of 23553
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Hi, like another user posts before I got a scratch in the upper part of the case HAF 922, and I would like to know if there is a paint of the same color, just two days that I bought it and my mother dropped something cleaning -....-

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I haven't found anything that is a match and my emails to coolermaster go unanswered.

-Wes
    
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