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post #5041 of 23536
Not quite a member yet. I'll decide tomorrow between the HAF 932 or Corsair 800d for my build. It's air cool, so I could either get the HAF and be halfway to another 5870 or spend more money for the 800d and buy a ton of fans for it.

Like the design of the 800 over the HAF, but the HAF fits my current needs for this build... decisions decisions
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post #5042 of 23536
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Originally Posted by doat View Post
I don't need high speed fans in my case, i am watercooled.
yup, got the stock red led 230mm fan on the door, only thing that needs cool air is sb and feed the rad on top, everything else is wc, front mount rad is cooling my my 4870x2, wc=> NOISE
Edited by wermad - 3/4/10 at 6:21pm
post #5043 of 23536
:swearing: damn koolance mosfet block damn screws didnt fit, it seems like the block was machined w/ the threads in reverse. broke one of the screws and the others had to be forced in, the ek cpu block and swiftech NB block went on w/ out a hitch. sent rma request. will continue w/ out it for now, hope they can response asap. they're res is pretty impressive, seems strange all screws did not fit properly.
post #5044 of 23536
I had the same problem with my koolance mosfet block. I tried different screws but ened up using force plus locktight.
post #5045 of 23536
My haf 932

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post #5046 of 23536
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I had the same problem with my koolance mosfet block. I tried different screws but ened up using force plus locktight.
Damn, well looks like Im not alone, the block is pretty useless at this point since the screw the broke is the one for mounting the universal hinges. Im just gonna add the stock heatsink for now and wait for their response, shame that one has to go through things like this w/ a reputable company. Good take on that fix FallOutBoy,
Edited by wermad - 3/4/10 at 9:45pm
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how do I get my pictures linked to my name on the first page?
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post #5048 of 23536
I am finally done with my haf and will be posting pics within the hour.

At last here are the pictures of the end product of all this work. Excuse my knee in one of the pictures but the focus is better on the tubes than the other picture, also these pics were taken during leak testing but it looks exactly the same.


I had to cover the LED

My bro thought the shutter closed and moved the camera around and i told him it was still open so here is what happened lol

Edited by doat - 3/4/10 at 11:18pm
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post #5049 of 23536
Aswome setup and nice uv effect! ne thoughts about painting the interior? I got some uv lights waiting too, my haf is still sitting on my kitchen table (haha, my wife is pissed) gutted and waiting for final assembly and parts. at this point Im ->
Edited by wermad - 3/4/10 at 11:34pm
post #5050 of 23536
Thanks, i don't plan on painting the interior it is tedious taking this thing apart and putting it back together, doing the cable management again, refilling the loop again, lettings the air get out again, etc. Right now i am just enjoying being on my rig instead of my laptop and make sure i don't have any leaks.
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