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I just got an H50 as well and I'm wanting to mount it in the drive bay. Right now I've got two Scythe Ultra Kaze fans I'm going to mount on either side of the rad for a push/pull, and I'm considering shrouds too. What's the best way to mount all that? I've heard zip-ties, but is there anything else I could do? I'd like zip-ties to be my last resort.
you could try using L- brackets on one side put the l bracket next to the rad and then screw the fan on then mount it ? not sure I used zip ties and made it work and look good!
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post #7052 of 23536
Well you have the option that the 922 owners don't have.

You can leave the 230mm fan in place up top and mount your Radiator horizontally so that the fittings are at the end of the 230. The really cool thing about the 932 is that under the I/O panel you can mount a 120mm fan. So if you lay your 932 on it's side(after pulling the I/O panel of course) you can come at the H50 Rad through the top of the... Case --->Fan ---> Rad. This gives 932 owners the ability to intake OR exhaust and not impact the static pressure negatively.

The trade off is that you lose at least 2 Bays doing this. The only things that can be mounted in those bays are shallow mount controllers and switch panels. So if you have them that's where you'll want them to still be able to take advantage of all 6 bays. It's also where mine is going once I get my MoBo order 2 Mondays from now. just have to figure out the length of the bolts I need.

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I just got an H50 as well and I'm wanting to mount it in the drive bay. Right now I've got two Scythe Ultra Kaze fans I'm going to mount on either side of the rad for a push/pull, and I'm considering shrouds too. What's the best way to mount all that? I've heard zip-ties, but is there anything else I could do? I'd like zip-ties to be my last resort.
 
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Please add me to the list, just got my haf 932:



I like the case a lot, great cable management features and incredible options for fans, I added a bottom 120mm blowing up and zip tied another 120mm in the front 5.25" slots blowing across the cpu. Everything looks tiny in this case! Only thing I dislike about this case is the power LED, easy enough to disconnect. When it's on the HD LED is virtually unreadable.

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AMD x4 620, CM Hyper 212+, Gigabyte 785G uATX motherboard, 8GB DDR2s, 2x1TB HD, 1xDVD-burner, MSI HD 4850 OC Edition, Enhance 5150GH PSU. and of course, Haf 932.
Edited by nyker - 6/5/10 at 5:35pm
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Very nice , fyi: to add your rigs components to your sig, go the user cp, then click "edit system", fill out the specs of your rig and it will auto display on your posts.


Got the first party back interested for my haf, Im going to part w/ it for $75 and I have to buy some 120mm fans for the door and top (i sold the oem 230mm black fans). amazon has some CM 120mm 4-pack of fans for $11, not bad. Im also going to help this dude setup his p4 oem pc into the haf. will try to get him to join ocn and haf club too. I would have wanted $100, but that was very unrealistic and I really did not want to deal w/ the hassle of shipping this monster. will take some final pics once the i/o panel arrives on monday.
post #7055 of 23536
for all of you using a h50, how much of a temp difference did you get? I'm using a Dark Knight right now but I'd like to move over.

Also, any of you have any pics of the front bay installation?
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for all of you using a h50, how much of a temp difference did you get? I'm using a Dark Knight right now but I'd like to move over.

Also, any of you have any pics of the front bay installation?
Idle temps for me didn't change much; however on load I used to get around 55+ but with the H50 I stay at around 50.

Edit: As for pictures I'll try to take some tomorrow as I don't have a card reader in my HAF so I can't upload my phone pics to it easily.
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for all of you using a h50, how much of a temp difference did you get? I'm using a Dark Knight right now but I'd like to move over.

Also, any of you have any pics of the front bay installation?
This was my past set up before I went with a different water setup.




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post #7058 of 23536
Should a I get a Haf 932 for $125, or a Haf X for $200? The Haf X seems so awesome, and I feel like I'm gonna buy something outdated with the Haf 932. ):
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post #7059 of 23536
The HAF 932 has everything you'll need in this lifetime for personal computing most likely.

Anyways, I have a question about my HAF. I wanna know how to fix these damn Front Panel USB ports. I Believe they came broken when I bought it about 8 months ago.. I wanna know if there is a way I can utilize them.. I'm thinkin take a knife and pry the broken USB port prongs up?

Also when I plug in the Front USB ports into my MB, I have an EP45 UD3L and also it happened on my ASUS P5ND .. The computer will not start and says I have a USB over some important wire or something? Any help?
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I am seeing some sweet looking rigs on here, I will post some pics of my new one when I have finished it

BTW can I please get added to this club
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