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bit anoyed im on dial up internet now, so cant get on as much...PAIN!!!

WOW Wermad the res. looks huge!!!
Did you chew on the broadband cables?...
post #4952 of 23536
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Did you chew on the broadband cables?...
no.........................................maybe
Edited by FEAR. - 2/26/10 at 11:50am
post #4953 of 23536
Hi fella 932 ownerz.

I just got my brand new i7 pc with a 932 cabinet, but I have trouble with my Caviar black 1gb HDD making horrible vibrations. It seems like it's the inner steel HDD cabinet that's causing the vibrations to expand. Anyone having the same problems, or maybe a solution to this?
     
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Having a nightmare with my latest project; managed to squeeze a Thermochill 140mm triple rad into the roof but now I can't get the CPU-NB-Mosfet loop to bleed. Think I'll have to do it again. Threw the thing together to get Windows installed and I'll be taking a few days off from it before I take it out and shoot it.
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post #4955 of 23536
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WOW Wermad the res. looks huge!!!
Just finished taking the whole thing down and remove the drive cage. i was only able to cut part of the drive cage to fit the 360 rad, scratching the paint :swearing: , gonna do some touch ups. powder coating seems tempting at this point... btw, the res is a koolance 240mm body attached w/ a 120 body it fits, wanted to go w/ a 240 and 200 but it would interfere w/ the rad on top w/ fans. this one will do fine.
Edited by wermad - 2/26/10 at 8:25pm
post #4956 of 23536
Hey all, I've got 4 120mm fans on my Haf 932 side panel, my case lighting is blue but I've also got the stock red fan in front. The side fans make a wirring sound that's kind of annoying and I definitely want blue in the front.
So, should I just snip out the red leds in front and tie in blue or switch to a new fan? Also can I get the same air out of the side if I switch to a bigger fan? My 120's are Zahlman.
I'm looking at this: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=25136
I'd rather have dual ball bearing but they don't seem to come in this size.
Help please!
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Having a nightmare with my latest project; managed to squeeze a Thermochill 140mm triple rad into the roof but now I can't get the CPU-NB-Mosfet loop to bleed. Think I'll have to do it again. Threw the thing together to get Windows installed and I'll be taking a few days off from it before I take it out and shoot it.
Very nice looking rig...mmmm sparkles
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post #4958 of 23536
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No resistors needed. Just switch them with the new LEDs. The 200mm fan uses 5mm LEDs.
Ok, as the above post states, I'm looking to do this too. How do you connect the new LED's? I've never soldered before so if there's an easier way I'd like to know. If not I guess I'm never too old to learn.
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post #4959 of 23536
jmcmtank!! Beautiful!! What fans are you using? I'm gonna guess zigmatek?

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Ok, as the above post states, I'm looking to do this too. How do you connect the new LED's? I've never soldered before so if there's an easier way I'd like to know. If not I guess I'm never too old to learn.
I think you may have to try google. The only guide I ever saw wasn't in OCN and I can't remember where it was now. Anyone know of any?

What I will say is sodlering is pretty easy and conecting fan wires to LEDs sounds like an easy enough way to learn.
post #4960 of 23536
Link up a 9V battery and 2 1.5V batteries in series. Rewire the fan leds and connect the + and - leads to appropriate places. That's a good way to test.
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