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Originally Posted by rcillig View Post
Not sure what I need to join the club but here are some photos of my build... no major mods just switched the LED's out and added some switches on the front. But I think she looks great.

here is my build thread off another site, just found my way here over the last few days.
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s....php?p=6427966

here is a short youtube video i uploaded on my case.
YouTube- HAF 932 Watercooled Custom !
I'm trying to understand your water loop. Is it going from the pump up to your video card and then to your rad? It would probably run a little bit cooler if you go to your cpu block first and then down to your video card.
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ya i know I ran it that was before I redid it and it was only like 1-2 degrees cooler and this way it look so much cleaner looking over all... btw you are the first one to call me on that.
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Just wondering if anyone has added an intake fan to the slot at the bottom near the power supply on a 932? Not sure if it would make my temperatures better or worse since it will be drawing some hot air back in from the power supply fan. With two ultra kazes exhausting I need some more intake .
Got a SFlex G on the bottom and it drops my GPU temps 3c
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I have a haf 932 for my i7
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Long time lurker (as I mentioned in another post) but I would like to sign up to the HAF club please! My 922 is doing me proud!


http://img192.imageshack.us/img192/5555/mg4580.jpg

http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/8950/mg4589.jpg

I might even paint the interior black soon .
Added. Welcome.

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Originally Posted by rcillig View Post
Not sure what I need to join the club but here are some photos of my build... no major mods just switched the LED's out and added some switches on the front. But I think she looks great.

here is my build thread off another site, just found my way here over the last few days.
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/s....php?p=6427966

here is a short youtube video i uploaded on my case.
YouTube- HAF 932 Watercooled Custom !
I'm guessing you want to be added aswell. Done!

If I've missed anyone plz do let me know. Remember you must ask to be added.
post #5156 of 23553
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also you should paint the red parts of the 5770 white, think someone did it on here a while ago, would make its even better
would that void the warranty? if i figure that out i might do it... well when i get the 5850 put in... i plan on upgrading here soon

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Originally Posted by arbalest View Post
Melantha,

NICE JOB! You did EXACTLY what I'm doing! Did you have it powdercoated? That's what I'm doing!

Nice Job!
no its just spray paint
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post #5157 of 23553
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Originally Posted by Yogi View Post
Are you saying the fan on the bottom is louder then the others?
If so its the same with my S-Flex Gs. I was thinking maybe some spacers or something to bring it off the case would help quite it. The fan on the bottom of my case whines a lot more then the others. I had one ziptied to my DVD drive bay blowing air towards my Mega and it was pretty quite.
It is if its screwed to the case. Its probably due to the turbulence caused by the grill.

I also tried having both S-Flex on a push/pull setup with the H50 and it is noisier than having the corsair as the push fan and the S-Flex as the pull pan. It may be that the S-Flex has a higher cfm that causes it to generate more noise as it blows through the rad.

I'll probably stick to the "Corsair | Rad | S-Flex" setup since the temp difference is negligible regardless of the fan I use and its a lot quieter.
post #5158 of 23553
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Originally Posted by melantha View Post
thanks and well with the res and the tubes i cant put any fans on the side panel
Ok .I personally like the window cause it shows the result .
nevertheless great rig
post #5159 of 23553
dont have a drive slot to mount hdd! solved, door closes too

post #5160 of 23553
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Originally Posted by ms98 View Post
I recently got two Scythe S-FLEX SFF21F 120mm fans from newegg and used one for a pull/push setup on the H50 rad while the other draws cool air from the bottom of the chassis. I noticed that its noisier when its configured to draw air than to push it out. Is this common or is there something that I need to do to the case/fan to make it more quiet. I know its not the fan that's causing the noise since I tested it out before attaching it to the case. Any insight is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
I had the same problem...same fans......the cause is the pull on the HAF grill. The S-Flex makes a very loud noise when pulling air through all those little holes. Solution: simply use a wire snip to snip the holes along the edge of the opening so you have an open hole where the grill used to be. Problem solved. System is very quiet. By the way I have since changed my H50 set-up in my HAF 922 so that it has a shroud on either side of the rad plus 2 X SFF21F pulling air in from the fron (i.e. where the extra 5.5 inch bays are) in something like a wind tunnel then it quickly gets sucked out via bothe the top fan and the now extra Corsair fan which I used as a case fan to exhaust air out the back of the 120mm opening. Temps went down by at least 2 degrees and made a quiet system even quieter. Hope that helps.

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