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post #4851 of 23525
Here is it completely done

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post #4852 of 23525
I have a HAF 922 that I am using for my main case right now and was curious. Are there any simple or easily accomplished mods that allow for easier access to the front 250mm fan's dust filter? I hate having to once a month lug my PC to my work shop and unscrew the six screws just for one dust filter (I normally end up cleaning my whole PC and checking connections, etc anyway). Has anyone just tryed vaccuming through the front grill, does that work?
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post #4853 of 23525
Pantyhose filter words wonders. I tell you, after a few months, I took the front grill and filter off and there were heavily embedded rows of dust from between the plastic on the 932. Seriously though, $2 pantyhose and you have a less dusty PC.
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post #4854 of 23525
6 screws don't take that long to take off... Plus I hope you aren't dusting your computer inside your room anyway.

If it bothers you that much you could always get thumbscrews to put there.
post #4855 of 23525
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Originally Posted by enkay View Post
Its my first build and cable management was hardest part it took me 8 hours!
It didn't go to waste. Fantastic cable management.
post #4856 of 23525
Well for those of you who didn't see them in my log, this is how my window turned out. A simple cut, some paint and were done.









I decided not to do the L shaped cut cause its alot cleaner and more simple this way and you can still see the pumps fine.





I'll stop posting pics of her now. I think everyones seen enough of April!
post #4857 of 23525
How'd you cut it?? That's absolutely amazing!
post #4858 of 23525
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How'd you cut it?? That's absolutely amazing!
Thanks. I just used an angle grinder to cut the straight lines and then a jigsaw to cut round the corners. Pretty easy done but I wish I'd taken my time a bit more.
post #4859 of 23525
What for? Lol! That has got to be one of the cleanest window cuts I've ever seen.
post #4860 of 23525
Oh the cuts clean as it could be but the lines aren't 100% straight but you can hardly tell anyway so I'm still happy.
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