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The club is definitely not closed. The original owner gave me permission to take over but I am having trouble finding someone who can do that. Updates soon hopefully.
Alright, I'll put it in my sig
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post #752 of 23525
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What is your guys opinion of removing the HDD rack and putting the HDD's in a Scythe HDD stabilizer.

And then putting a single 120 rad at the place of the front 230mm fan... and making a dual loop system.


I've only seen one HAF that removed the HDD rack... I think this should be interesting.
Mine is on page 72. If it doesn't work out for you the changes can be easily reversed.
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Mine is on page 72. If it doesn't work out for you the changes can be easily reversed.
Oh wow... I totally looked over that one, what is your toprad + fans and what kind of temps are getting?
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post #754 of 23525
Triple is Swiftech MCR320-QP, fans are Akasa DFB122512L. I've removed the top 3 fans to reduce the noise a bit btw! CPU rarely goes above 40C at full load but it has been cool recently.
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I don't own an HAF 932 but someone showed me his on another forum (bhoy69 @ EVGA forum). He has the nicest HAF ever in my opinion, and he really knows how to take photos!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/bhoy/

It would be funny if he already posted his in one of the many pages that I didn't read (76!)
looks good, but i would've painted the inside if I went to all that effort to do the window mod
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If they ever bring out the HAF 932 Deux with a nice black interior you know people will just paint it something else.......perhaps silver!
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has anyone tried putting 40mm fans at the back side grill thats by the pci slots? looks like 2 or 3could fit there.

edit. my build is not yet done sitll gota get new fans, new fan controller,led lightings cpu heatsink and new cpi. but this is what ive got so far not the best and i know it can be improved.

suggestions are welcome
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Edited by kinubic - 6/8/09 at 10:47pm
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post #758 of 23525
There is actually a fair blast of air coming from that grill on my rig which cheers me up no end having read this review of the case where the PSU overheats in an enclosed testbed. The magazine article itself is more revealing than the chopped down web version. So you might be onto something with actively exhausting air from that bit.
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Hello,
I am new to the forum, as of 40 minutes ago, in fact I was pointed to it today.
I will be buying this case soon, and I have a few questions. Keep in mind while I have done case modding, even fairly heavy at times, it has been YEARS since I did so, so I am a bit rusty

I am wanting to stay with the big fans on the case, are there some goo aftermarket ones that are relatively quiet, but still producing better airflow than stock?

Are the side panels being sol like the ones for the CM Stackers? I know a mod I want to do, but I have a feeling I will hose the side once or maybe twice before I get it right. I want to remove the HDD rack and replace it with one of my HOTSWAP SAS racks, and mount it so I have hotswap side access. Almost everything I have is either SAS or SCSI. Any recommendations ofr doing that and still having it be presentable?

If I run a Feser 120x3 rad in the top, what reservoir will be able to fit at the top to still utilize the built in filler holes in the case? ATM I am sticking with my current card, 8800 Ultra, but I will be going to a 380 when they release, and god willing/funds allowing 2x of them. For an app like that will my old 157 GPH Swifttech pump be adequit, or do I need more throughput, and how much of a reservoir would I need?

Thanks in advanced all, I am really looking forward to my upcoming build, and I will keep you posted.
post #760 of 23525
Well, I've somewhat assembled my HAF.

Problem...

A purchased 2 DangerDen brass fillports for this thing, one for the top, to be used for filling, and one for the bottom to be used as a drain.

Unfortunately, even though I've been told that top fill port hole was specifically designed for a DD fillport, it doesn't work.

The hole is big enough (standard 1/2" hole), but there appears to be two levels of material the port goes through, and there isn't enough thread exposed from the inside to screw on the locking nut. Bit of a drag.

I guess I could cut away some of the inner layer, but I thought this was designed for the DD fill port in particular. Anyone else run into this issue?
Edited by bluphysted - 6/9/09 at 5:32am
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