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That depends. Are you wanting straight 200/230mm fans? Or are you wanting 120mm fans?

Yate Loons are pretty good from what I understand. Still don't have mine but I plan to get a few for my h2o conversion.
200mm is my target. Thanks I'll look into those Yate Loons.

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Yep, they ain't gonna be cheap.
There's this one, if you want stronger flow: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27499
Saw that one on NewEgg. I was going to bite on that, but the reviewer (who also has a HAF922) states it's a 192mm mount and not 200mm. I couldn't find any other people who have it, so I'm not sure whether to try it out. Maybe that guy just didn't know how to mount the fan properly.
    
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Where would I find a writeup on how to add LEDs to my fans? I want to put some white LEDs on my big fans but I've never done anything like this before. All I have is a soldering iron and the will do it
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Look back a few pages for DEFILERS posts, he has a link to his build log in his sig. Almost positive he has a write up on the first page in there. Real quick here is general run down

4 - 3v 5mm leds (radioshack $1.99 a pack of 2)
Big triangle in the led is the negative
Fans are marked underneath the sticker on the back for individual leds polarity
Snip off the old leds and strip about 5mm of wire, bend a ushape in the new led's legs
Tin and solder, so easy a caveman can do it... well kind of
Bend of the led legs away from eachother to aviod shorts. Cover with small 1/16 (or simalar) heatshrink if you wish.
Admire

Edit for pic (not sure if it helps)


Edited by DefiedV - 5/5/10 at 10:43pm
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Oh shoot, I thought you mean't change color not adddddddd. No idea how to add leds as that's to complicated for me with individual resistors and such. Good luck
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Where would I find a writeup on how to add LEDs to my fans? I want to put some white LEDs on my big fans but I've never done anything like this before. All I have is a soldering iron and the will do it
Add led to a fan guide
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this is an inexpensive iron about 400°, i messed up the pcb and just called it quits then, i was able to get the led and housing off, but it was nothing like what the Touge guide described (im still too noob @ soldering i think). I can live w/ the blue led ne ways, the iron has been working great for splicing wires, which is awesome for getting rid of the extra connectors on the psu molex/sata harness' and splicing the fans into one connector (i have uv red splitters but im ditching them since they are actually pink/fusion )
Wermad, don't know how messed up your IO panel is but look at what I did to mine. I had issues with that LED box too so I just got it off and did as the pics show. Jammed the LEDs in the connectors and used some heatshrink to cover one wire on each so not to short them and put then in the holes. I also covered them in gel adhesive to hold them in the connectors. Works great, they don't move (also ziptied them in place) and easy as piss to do!

Sorry for the dodgy lighting.









On another note, I've officially been with this club for exactly 500 pages. I asked to join in the first post on page 146.
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What are you doing with your Red 200 Bri?

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Yep, they ain't gonna be cheap.
There's this one, if you want stronger flow: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27499

There's this one but it's the same rpm & cfm as the ones that come with the case: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=26620

I got this one to replace my red fan, don't believe the stats it's also 700rpm, 110cfm: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=25136 They used to have it in red too.
I want to see a mount that takes advantage of any free space on the motherboard and gives you non conductive standoffs to mount it. Unrealistic I know but...

~Ceadder

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I think I'd mount it on the mobo tray, low down would give you less dramatic tube bending. You might get away with just screwing the pump itself to the tray, although using that mount you have will allow for a cooler pump and I take it it swivels?
 
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Add led to a fan guide
Yep, that's the one I have too. In case you need a switch for those, here's the guide for doing that: http://www.elephantstaircase.com/wik...e=LEDFanSwitch
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What are you doing with your Red 200 Bri?


I want to see a mount that takes advantage of any free space on the motherboard and gives you non conductive standoffs to mount it. Unrealistic I know but...

~Ceadder
I'm selling it (the red 200x 230), it's only got 3 months use on it. Do you want to make an offer?

I'm not sure about what mount you're talking about, but this one is the only non-conductive pump mount that I've seen:
http://www.koolertek.com/computer-pa...5-176p2241.htm
Oh, standoffs. I don't think they exist. Actually, retract that, give me a few days & I think I can find the standoffs.
Edited by BriSleep - 5/6/10 at 1:14am
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On another note, I've officially been with this club for exactly 500 pages. I asked to join in the first post on page 146.
OMG wow its actually quite amazing how much your pc changed in that amount of time... so then that must be another 500 pages until your next rebuild after dark april? haha
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