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Bah that powder coat has a death grip on the metal, if you want to paint the exterior just rough it up with a scothbrite pad. It is textured and with a good acetone cleaning will be a good starting surface for paint. I sanded some of the orginal PC off with a orbital sander and 60 grit, and it was slow going.

Defiler - Seeing pics of your case make me want mine back so much more. I am a bit worried about my 5 3/4 drives fitting in as I chose a wrinkle finish, they were super tight fit before.
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I'm not painting my case, I'll have to make sure the interior paint is cleaned up to PC the interior. But now that I know I don't have to do anything to the exterior other than fill all the screw positions with disposable screws, I'm not going to worry so much about the exterior.

I just planned my system with some combo gear, saving myself another $50 to complete the AC system. $652 w/o shipping. Actually I think I shaved off nearly $100 since my GPU choice is the XFX R5770 P2G. It basically comes with a free flash drive at $5 less combo price. So I won't feel TOO bad if I get overexcited and double my GPU purchase.

Annnnnnnny time now loans. Annnnnnny time.

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Bah that powder coat has a death grip on the metal, if you want to paint the exterior just rough it up with a scothbrite pad. It is textured and with a good acetone cleaning will be a good starting surface for paint. I sanded some of the orginal PC off with a orbital sander and 60 grit, and it was slow going.

Defiler - Seeing pics of your case make me want mine back so much more. I am a bit worried about my 5 3/4 drives fitting in as I chose a wrinkle finish, they were super tight fit before.
 
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yup, taking off that pc is a real pita, I used a lot of stripper, still a bit challenging, ill just roughing up the remaining small layers w/ sandpaper and start applying the primer, want get this done and out of the way for my next mod...gonna sleeve the entire psu, though im thinking of getting a new psu, so Im unsure whether to proceed for now. will decide later. btw, that pc'd 922 looks very yummy, will definately consider in my next build (pc that is )
post #5994 of 23525
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Following your build log! Can't wait to see more updates!



The HAF has much better cable than the Storm Scout. That's one of the main reasons I got a HAF922. Besides that, they're pretty much the same case.
No this is wrong. The Storm Sniper is the pimped up similar version of the HAF 922. The Storm Scout is the smaller version with handle and its based on the Gladiator 600 body. If you look closely, you can fit the Scout inside the HAF 922 so its totally different.
    
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No, that's wrong. In fact although the HDD rack and the Device Bay look similar the tool less design is different. The Storm Sniper does not have the push button locking mechs. They are in fact a slider mech that came afterward. On top of this, if you took the handles off the top the SS is actually shorter than the 922. The only similarity lies in the Device/HDD tower orientation that's it. Yeah the cable management is the same but I suspect that most every CM case has the same feature. I don't know since I don't have them all but that's what I've seen in every CM case that I've looked into getting. Check that, even that's different. Oh and the SS onles comes with 2 fans, both 120s'. Not the same. Only same thing? $80 price tag at newegg.

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No this is wrong. The Storm Sniper is the pimped up similar version of the HAF 922. The Storm Scout is the smaller version with handle and its based on the Gladiator 600 body. If you look closely, you can fit the Scout inside the HAF 922 so its totally different.

Edited by Ceadderman - 4/16/10 at 12:09am
 
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hi people

i also have HAF 932 as many of you, and can you tell me what are you doing to make this case quiet, it's not very noisy but...
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Well at the moment I'm running stock fans. The only reason I can hear the top 230 is because it sits at ear level. Same with my HDD. I never hear my DVD+R drive either not even when it's writing. And I didn't do anything special to my HAF other than tear it down sand clean and paint it then put it back together.

Now that may be why my system is relatively quiet, having tightened all fittings and screws to snug and not overdoing it or leaving loose parts inside it.

But that's my experience with the HAF. You could get some fan silencers and a PSU silencer to see how that works. Don't bother with HDD silencers unless you're out to change the color of the ones that are in the case now. They won't make any difference as that's what you have now. Where the HDD are concerned you'll want to make certain that there are no drive cables in prolonged contact with the chassis. Anything that vibrates makes noise when in contact with other things that vibrate. You'll definitely want to make certain your cable management is taken care of. In my case I only have 3 wires sets that are not tied short. That's the Left door fan, the 4 pin Power for MoBo and the 20/4 MoBo connection. And that's only cause I didn't realize I would need the extenders for the Power Cables. Had I known that would have been taken care of already.

Oh! and make certain your toolless bays are locked down to their devices. When I first put my HAF together my DVD+R was not locked in. I found out later after I thought it was and I was putting my CDs' on my Hitachi. That can also be a source of noise. After that happened I secured my drive the old fashioned way on the Right and Toollesss on the left. Also try to keep your case as level as possible. Nothing like an unbalanced fan to contribute to the Rock concert inside the case.

~Ceadder

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hi people

i also have HAF 932 as many of you, and can you tell me what are you doing to make this case quiet, it's not very noisy but...
 
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From an email that I sent regarding the AMD Edition side panel...

Dear Customer,

Currently the side panel is only being sold with the entire AMD Edition case. The side panel looks to be available at the beginning of March. Once available it will be listed on the CM store.

Best regards,

Kevin Voong
Cooler Master RPBU
I've contacted CoolerMaster again in regards to the AMD Edition side panel to be sold as a part in the CM store, they were originally going to list it beginning in March...


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Dear Customer,

I apologize there was a slight delay as the item has been changed where the window will no longer have the AMD/ATI design. The ETA has been moved back to Mid May and will be listed on the CM store.

Best regards,

Kevin Voong
Cooler Master RPBU

At least we'll be able to get a side panel with a window , it just won't have the dragon on the side.
Edited by _CH_Skyline_ - 4/16/10 at 4:20am
 
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post #5999 of 23525
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Well at the moment I'm running stock fans. The only reason I can hear the top 230 is because it sits at ear level. Same with my HDD. I never hear my DVD+R drive either not even when it's writing. And I didn't do anything special to my HAF other than tear it down sand clean and paint it then put it back together.

Now that may be why my system is relatively quiet, having tightened all fittings and screws to snug and not overdoing it or leaving loose parts inside it.

But that's my experience with the HAF. You could get some fan silencers and a PSU silencer to see how that works. Don't bother with HDD silencers unless you're out to change the color of the ones that are in the case now. They won't make any difference as that's what you have now. Where the HDD are concerned you'll want to make certain that there are no drive cables in prolonged contact with the chassis. Anything that vibrates makes noise when in contact with other things that vibrate. You'll definitely want to make certain your cable management is taken care of. In my case I only have 3 wires sets that are not tied short. That's the Left door fan, the 4 pin Power for MoBo and the 20/4 MoBo connection. And that's only cause I didn't realize I would need the extenders for the Power Cables. Had I known that would have been taken care of already.

Oh! and make certain your toolless bays are locked down to their devices. When I first put my HAF together my DVD+R was not locked in. I found out later after I thought it was and I was putting my CDs' on my Hitachi. That can also be a source of noise. After that happened I secured my drive the old fashioned way on the Right and Toollesss on the left. Also try to keep your case as level as possible. Nothing like an unbalanced fan to contribute to the Rock concert inside the case.

~Ceadder
thanks for this good advices...

also you don't use some fan controllers ? i think buy it or not ...
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