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post #7701 of 23553
I think I've also seen two 240's mounted on the door. Would probably be tight to close it, but it should fit. It would probably be easier to just remove the entire HDD cage by popping the rivets, then fitting the 240. I think wermad also fit a 360 in the front under his top mounted 360. There's lots of ways to fit multiple rads inside a case this big. You could even mount some outside the case. 360 in the back a 480 on the top, the options are only limited by screw holes.
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post #7702 of 23553
The only problem with mounting them on the door is that you cant take it off. Bio do a search in the water cooling section for HAF rad mounting. There should be a couple threads with pics of HAfs with dual rads.
post #7703 of 23553
hey guys been a while since i posted, well i got all the peripherals out of the way (i love my new monitor and speakers!), now i just need the guts lol i got the psu and dvd drive already now i just gotta save up bout 3 paychecks for those main parts btw the speakers are 2.1, u can barely see the amp at the bottom right corner
    
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post #7704 of 23553
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hey guys been a while since i posted, well i got all the peripherals out of the way (i love my new monitor and speakers!), now i just need the guts lol i got the psu and dvd drive already now i just gotta save up bout 3 paychecks for those main parts btw the speakers are 2.1, u can barely see the amp at the bottom right corner
Nice stuff. Hope you get the rest of your parts soon
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post #7705 of 23553
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Any mounted Multiplr Rad's in/on there 932 ? currently got a 360 uptop internally but will need to add another when i go tri fire
You've been quiet lately! Check my camera postbit for my gallery; triple 140mm up top and double 120mm in the base.
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post #7706 of 23553
Tank you in the middle of swapping out of the 932 also? I just noticed you don't have a case listed on your sig rig.

Well got my system back up and running. However shortstroked my Win7 drive got the OS onboard got everything up to date and now it looks like I ay have a virus on it.

I only did one thing more than add onboard programs and that was to download and set my wallpaper to desktop. So I'm thinking I got it then. Will know more when AVG boots this sucker off my system.

It took 10 minutes(based on monitor dim feature) and it was STILL booting this afternoon. I shut it down and went to Safe Mode. Win 7 was up and running in a matter of less than a minute by my estimation.

~Ceadder


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You've been quiet lately! Check my camera postbit for my gallery; triple 140mm up top and double 120mm in the base.
 
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post #7707 of 23553
Add me to the HAF X owners list as well!

Been getting it prepared for a PSU swap, expecting my Enermax to come back from RMA. Also expecting new coolers for my 5870 to arrive. Changed the side panel fan from that crappy so called 110cfm fan to an Antec Big Boy so far (MUCH more airflow, seriously). Fan is so fast that it sucks the dust filter close to the blades and causes it to make a horrid scraping sound... working on a fix for that, switch the fan to "medium" makes it just as effective as the stock 200mm. And lastly, got rid of the 120mm intake fan in the drive bays and replaced it with a single 140mm D14SH (dual 120mm didn't do much for temps believe it or not).

Tossed it together and took some more quick pics. Cables are still hanging around until finalize a couple more ninja techniques. (You can see the cathode switch and the SATA cable for the drive isn't plugged in... yet, did it for testing) I'll take much better ones when everything comes in the mail and everything is finalized.





    
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post #7708 of 23553
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Add me to the HAF X owners list as well!

Been getting it prepared for a PSU swap, expecting my Enermax to come back from RMA. Also expecting new coolers for my 5870 to arrive. Changed the side panel fan from that crappy so called 110cfm fan to an Antec Big Boy so far (MUCH more airflow, seriously). Fan is so fast that it sucks the dust filter close to the blades and causes it to make a horrid scraping sound... working on a fix for that, switch the fan to "medium" makes it just as effective as the stock 200mm. And lastly, got rid of the 120mm intake fan in the drive bays and replaced it with a single 140mm D14SH (dual 120mm didn't do much for temps believe it or not).

Tossed it together and took some more quick pics. Cables are still hanging around until finalize a couple more ninja techniques. (You can see the cathode switch and the SATA cable for the drive isn't plugged in... yet, did it for testing) I'll take much better ones when everything comes in the mail and everything is finalized.





That's a sweet looking rig! Cable management is great as well. good job!
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post #7709 of 23553
almost finished with the mods for the moment mainly just new paint job. and shortening psu cables.
definately sticking with air cooling until I upgrade back up to a quad core next year.
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post #7710 of 23553
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You should also check out here for sleeving

http://en.mdpc-x.com/

Its what some of the best builds I've seen use, and what Falloutboy used, and what I have just ordered to redo my system.

The guy who runs it is really great too.
Speaking of mdpc-x.com, What ever happened to the murder mod website? Last I checked it said it would return in "June" then it said "July". Still nothing list for sale there though. I only bring it up because I know the Murdermod website used to sell the MDPC sleeving and I would rather not have to deal with the euro to dollar conversion rates. However I'm getting ancy and am now willing to order from mdpc-x.com.

I guess they sell it by the meter over there so can anyone suggest how much I would need to sleeve a 8-pin, 24-pin, and 8-Pin PCI-E Extension cables?

Thanks.
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