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That would help even more! Thanks!
Give me a few minutes i'll do them now before going to bed
    
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Main reason was not enough room. Also just wanted to have the layout in the case different. No build log yet but very soon.
I hear that. I wish nit was bigger too. I want a HAF 942 or 952 Something with enough room for a QUAD SLI board as well as FULL spec for EATX width with breathing room. My EATX board I had to angle in, it fits but dayum, I practicly needed a feeler gauge for clearances.
What are you looking towards, MM case or a Corsair 800D?


Question for all you water guys here, I will post this in the WC forum as well.
Anyone seen any good, preferably full cover, blocks for a EVGA P55 board, specifically for a E655. Great board, just don't dig passive cooling where I live.....WAY too friggin hot in summer, especially when im stuck with some window AC units.
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Ok here they are:








I hope this helps. Pictures aren't great quality (Very small light in my room right now ), but they're enough so you can see I used a tip zie in the bottom-right corner of the outsider fan and another on the top-left corner of the insider fan.

You might realize that I have 2 zip-ties, that's because only one would not be long enough to close So I needed 2 lol.

Hope it helped.

~Kevin

PS: Ignore the Corsair sticket on the case, I didn't realise it was messed up
    
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Shoulda gone AMD, 955 BE lays smackdown on i5 Lynnfield.

j/k Welcome aboard. But you shoulda asked me. I coulda steered ya to some good deals. lol

~Ceadder
Ceader, I just have to say that your tireless AMD support warms the cockles of me heart.
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post #6806 of 23525
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not being a fanboy or anything, but ati is getting its rear beaten by the fermis, (ie 470 vs 5850 & 480 vs 5870) on the reviews Im seeing. so, here's hoping they drop the price dramatically in the next year (especially for the upcoming mid-range nvidias they'll have to deal w/) so I can upgrade to the 5850 soon. I want to pay $250 shipped for a 5850 damn it!

Nhb, congrats on the new card and happy b-day too
Really, a lot of the reviews I've read show fermi pulling ahead slightly and only really showing any clear performance advantage when pysx or tessellation are used (which is a small percentage of games). And then when you factor in the idle/load power draw, temps and noise and on top of that the price, I don't really feel ATI's getting is arse kicked. I think it's great that the two companies finally have leveled out a bit.
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Yes you can. It's technically inside the case but to access the mounting you have to undo the panel.

Here's how you would do it if there was nothing in your HAF:
  1. Lift up your insert from the top of your I/O panel
  2. Revealing three mounting screws with philips slots
  3. You undo these and slide the I/O panel carefully so you don't snag the cables on any obstacle.
  4. When it's far enough off you will see the four mounting points for a 12cm fan. You will mount your H50 here(INSIDE the 5.25 bays not in-between the case and the I/O panel)with long enough bolts to secure your "puller" fan on top of your Rad.
  5. Button it back up following this in reverse order. Take care not to pinch the cables between the I/O panel and the chassis.
  6. Now you're ready to mount your shroud and "pusher" fan on the other side.
  7. Once you've done that connect all your connectors and you should be ready to go.
  8. Finito



Well I hope that this will help anyone that owns a 932 and wants to mount their optional 12cm in place. It's such a handy feature.

~Ceadder

(Image courtesy of sintricate Thanks sin )
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Ok guys I have a question for you. I was considering buying a Corsair H50 and I want to know if anyone had any idea on how to setup a push/pull on the rad in the 5.25" bay drives? I don't want to remove my 140 fan in the back and am thinking that I could use this as an extra intake. What do you guys think?
 
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Really, a lot of the reviews I've read show fermi pulling ahead slightly and only really showing any clear performance advantage when pysx or tessellation are used (which is a small percentage of games). And then when you factor in the idle/load power draw, temps and noise and on top of that the price, I don't really feel ATI's getting is arse kicked. I think it's great that the two companies finally have leveled out a bit.
hehe . I guess i am just too old , power draw?? heat ?? noise?? Not poking fun , but to me those are not really good arguments for losing a battle. FPS , and performance in game is the key. I could see if it was for a htpc , you would want that quiet , but for a gaming rig ?? Like I said , must be the age in me , cause I have never really had a problem with fan noise , heat comes with the teritory (good coolinig prevents that) and power draw , well... I guess it would suck to pay the light bill, but really does it cost more than a night out on the town , or a concert , or hell even a movie?

The HAF is a pretty loud case , its wide open by design , so I am sure that would make the gtx400 series seem even louder , but I guess its like putting glass packs on a 76 stingray , boy does it sound sweet when you mash the gas....


Anyways ,
mod weekend, thinking about trying sleeving . its all black right now , trying to figure out what would look good in a black and blue haf?? Blue , but with blue lighting , prolly wouldn't look right . Do they even make silver sleeving??
any ideas??
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hehe . I guess i am just too old , power draw?? heat ?? noise?? Not poking fun , but to me those are not really good arguments for losing a battle. FPS , and performance in game is the key. I could see if it was for a htpc , you would want that quiet , but for a gaming rig ?? Like I said , must be the age in me , cause I have never really had a problem with fan noise , heat comes with the teritory (good coolinig prevents that) and power draw , well... I guess it would suck to pay the light bill, but really does it cost more than a night out on the town , or a concert , or hell even a movie?
My thoughts exactly!
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My thoughts exactly!
+1

I think that too much is made about noise in a gaming rig. Consoles are no quieter size for size. Imagine what a 360 would sound like if it was the same size as the 932.

the Wii isn't too bad.

I don't mean to take this to a console topic. Just pointing out that for the size and performance of a typical gaming rig(we HAF owners are nowhere near typical gamers) a little more fan noise is acceptable.

And I definitely don't see Fermi kicking ATi ass. Maybe once you get into TriSLI but before then XFired 5970 Black Editions will stomp that little Fermi into GPU paste. And straight up head to head single comparisons 5970 gives Fermi all it can handle in benches. But as has been said FPS is where it's at.

Speaking of 5970, I made my order and have YET to get a response. It was stated that it should ship today. No word one way or the other. So I had to go back and find EVERYTHING all over again and put it in my cart. I'm going to get ahold of their online assistance if I don't get a response by Monday. Iz sad.

~Ceadder
 
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