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post #5481 of 23525
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Originally Posted by rck1984 View Post
Got myself a Coolermaster HAF 922 as well, could i be added please?

Spend some time on cablemanagement and managed to hide 90% of them
I had a Aerocool AeroEngine II case before, what a improvement compared to that case, for me the HAF 922 is just awesome.

Still trying to decide what CPU cooler to go for, its either Noctua NH-D14 (but i am not 100% sure if it fits on my P7P55D, will be very tight with the DDR's), the Prolimatek Mega Shadow or a Corsair H50, any tips on this would be appreciated, perhaps people with a HAF 922 and a P7P55D can tell me if i get any problems placing a NH-D14 or Mega Shadow.

Also planning on painting interior black, and ordering or making a side-window. Nice to keep my busy following weeks

Some pics:

http://img706.imageshack.us/img706/1500/snc00010v.jpg
http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/668/snc00015y.jpg
http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/5739/snc00020y.jpg
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Originally Posted by Tatakai All View Post
Could I join, I just got my 932 a few days ago and I'm almost finished with putting it together. When it's complete I'll post pics.
Both added. Welcome!

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Originally Posted by folk-it-up View Post
thanks for the group add man, cant wait till i finish my build, gonna take me a while tho and i'm thinkin bout painting the case black in the inside, is it worth the extra cash?
Definately!!
post #5482 of 23525
okay guys i decided that i am going to paint the interior black, around how much does it cost for all the supplies needed? i heard its pretty cheap to buy the stuff, $20 mayb? let me know guys and ty for future answrs
    
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post #5483 of 23525
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People can click the photo link in my sig so they can see what an improvement a black interior is too.

You guys with the Red be prepared for darkness.

~Ceadder
Click on the camera postbit and you should be able to upload pictures to the postbit gallery.
I think the PSU sticker guys use a scanned image to get a bespoke one?
Edited by jmcmtank - 3/28/10 at 10:23pm
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okay guys i decided that i am going to paint the interior black, around how much does it cost for all the supplies needed? i heard its pretty cheap to buy the stuff, $20 mayb? let me know guys and ty for future answrs
Basic is 3 cans of black paint and some fine sandpaper. You can also primer and clearcoat if funds allow. Good video;


Edited by jmcmtank - 3/28/10 at 10:27pm
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Basic is 3 cans of black paint and some fine sandpaper. You can also primer and clearcoat if funds allow. Good video;

YouTube- Coolermaster HAF-932 Part 4 (Case Painted)
hey i watch tjharlow too, and my speakers died 10 mins ago before i posted this so yeah i really need to find a job to finish my build been applying all over teh place but no luck, i'm only 17 and i jave no job experience so yeah you can imagine how that is, so far i have the case of course, tx850w psu, a mx518 mouse, new dvd burner (the one on my current pc is IDE and wanna try to do my best at cable management)

so yeah once i get a lil bit of cash i'll buy..
some sand paper
2 cans of primer
3 cans of flat black

more questions tho, what grit size do i use for sand paper?
and what does clear coat do? cus i dont want the black paint to shine
Edited by folk-it-up - 3/28/10 at 10:47pm
    
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post #5486 of 23525
Something like 600 grit would do; you don't want deep scratches. Cheaper just to use a Scotchbrite pad btw. Clearcoat gives a protective finish but is a bit too glossy IMHO.
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post #5487 of 23525
i want the finish to look like this guys


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Hi new here thought I would start my first post by showing some pics of my haf932 details are in the my sig enjoy...









    
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post #5488 of 23525
add me to the list...running an e5200 @ 3.2 ghz saving money for either a i5-750 or x3440. nneds some more cable management.
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Edited by sgt.rosenfield - 3/29/10 at 12:45am
    
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post #5489 of 23525
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Originally Posted by folk-it-up View Post
i want the finish to look like this guys
Just use a flat black and forget a clear coat if your after the same finish as the one you showed.

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add me to the list...running an e5200 @ 3.2 ghz saving money for either a i5-750 or x3440. nneds some more cable management.
Done.
post #5490 of 23525
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Originally Posted by sgt.rosenfield View Post
add me to the list...running an e5200 @ 3.2 ghz saving money for either a i5-750 or x3440. nneds some more cable management.
man your paintjob is awesome.It looks factory-made
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