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post #7661 of 23525
Ahahah np Ceadder!!! I understand how u feel! I had sleeping problems for the last 2 weeks! Couldnt get to sleep... and when i was sleeping, i was waking up after 10-15 minutes for no reason...

For the Shin-Etsu tube... u mean i ordered the wrong product?? I order this 0.5g cuz the 1g tube was out of stock...

And YES, you were definitely a good help!!!

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Ummm I believe that's a 1 gram tube of X23. But it's all good BUGZ.

Glad I could help.

@MIH, I'll check that out when I'm not so wiped out Mate. Been up since 1030 am after 2 hours sleep and put my system back together to find that my issues weren't MoBo related. Just finished up an hour ago now.

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Can anyone tell me how to remove the fan on the side panel (not the mesh!)? The location where I would assume its screwed in seems to be covered up or something.
 
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You need an Allen Key to remove it. I'm sure someone will correct me on this, but I want to way it's a 3/8" Wrench. It's not covered up, it's just different.
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post #7664 of 23525
not sure about the size, 3/8 seems correct... but its definitely an Allen Key!

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You need an Allen Key to remove it. I'm sure someone will correct me on this, but I want to way it's a 3/8" Wrench. It's not covered up, it's just different.
    
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post #7665 of 23525
Defintely an Allen key, but I been using a Torx bit since I don't hav the correct size handy and it works fine only fragged one screw but since I'm not removing BriSleeps fan(paid for ) from that spot. Cable managing is kind of fun when you can only remove 3 of 4 screws. lol


Didn't have to RMA my MoBo after all. Thanks to Corsair for needlessly costing me $11 bucks. It was the H50 being mounted too tight using the stupid plastic bosses they provide. Changed them out to the Intel ones and lo an behold the mounting is 100x easier.

So if you have the H50 and want to save yourself some trouble use the Intel inserts over the AM3 inserts.


~Ceadder

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You need an Allen Key to remove it. I'm sure someone will correct me on this, but I want to way it's a 3/8" Wrench. It's not covered up, it's just different.
 
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Im looking at a HAF 922 for my sig rig, anyone know if the side pannel will fit with fans on it? (Ive got a ven-x in there + giant gpu heatsink)
    
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Alright, to all of those 922 and 932 owners out there...
I am trying to find a good case for my sig rig. It must be spacious with good airflow with the possibility of a LCS fitting inside, but also in the sub-$150 range.
Could anyone here give me details as to how good stock airflow is, and what size/kind of radiators, reservoirs, pumps, etc., they are able to fit in either the 922 or 932? Or, even though this is the HAF club, if there is a better case with my specifications in mind?
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post #7668 of 23525
The 932 features 2 x 200mm fans for intake, one on the side, and on in the front. It features another one for exhaust at the top, as well as a 140mm fan in the rear. The side door, which features the 200mm fan can be replaces with 4x120mm fans. The top of the case can easily be outfitted with a 360 rad, and many here have done that. If you pop some rivets, you can mount a 240 rad on the bottom of that case as well. FalloutBoy used to run a dual loop setup in his rig, and all the parts fit nicely inside. The 932 is a great all-around case and will not disappoint.
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post #7669 of 23525
Finally got it built (see my sig for specs) so I want to ask if I can be added to the member list.

And I also have a question on fans..

I replaced the side door fan with 4 of these
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811998121

I was thing about buying 2 of those for using at the top to replace the stock fan there..but will I even notice improved air flow over the stock fan? I can only mount 2 120mm fans on top and not sure if its worth the money to replace the stocker, unless it will actually help with temps.

Thoughts?

Thoughts on if I should go with 2 120mm fans..should I go with the fans in my link or another set? (I don't need the fans to have a light for the top)
    
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Finally got it built (see my sig for specs) so I want to ask if I can be added to the member list.

And I also have a question on fans..

I replaced the side door fan with 4 of these
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811998121

I was thing about buying 2 of those for using at the top to replace the stock fan there..but will I even notice improved air flow over the stock fan? I can only mount 2 120mm fans on top and not sure if its worth the money to replace the stocker, unless it will actually help with temps.

Thoughts?

Thoughts on if I should go with 2 120mm fans..should I go with the fans in my link or another set? (I don't need the fans to have a light for the top)
the fan at the top is rated for 110cfm. each of the 120mm would pull 58cfm. the airflow wouldn't be much different. if it were me though, i like all matching fans in my case. if you are looking to save money, don't do it.
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