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Cooler Master Makes a 1400mm fan that is 60.8CFM's @ 16dBA's which is really good. Its a 140mm fan so it would move a lot more air than a 120mm fan with 61 CFM's just because of the additional size. Don't count out the 200+mm fans for your cases (I know the HAF X fits them and the 932 does too if I remember correctly) because of there extra size they put out a lot more air for a lot less dBA's. Just a couple of suggestions. Hope that this helps.

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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Yeah you could do UKs' or Yate Loons or CM R4s' or any fan that has a decent rate of flow. But I would definitely suggest a Yate Loon High Speed 140. 2100 RPMs' is a really nice equalizer when you're running lite at the top.

That's what I have in mine. If you want a non LED fan, I'm not sure of any that are of this variety besides Yate Loon.
I think Enermax makes a 140 but not sure. I know they make 120s' so more than likely they do.

Though you could always do a full loop and then you wouldn't have to worry about your GPUs' heating up. But of course I wouldn't know about Fermi issues since I don't run Fermi.

~Ceadder
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Unfortunately there is not a lot of grill work on the bottom of the 932 unless one were to mod their Cabinet like one of our members did. But he moved the top grill work to the bottom of his cabinet and modded in a ratiator kit that had it's own housing. It really is a site to see.

So anyway it's kind of difficult to do but I could see the bottom set to the top to mount two 120s' and the top grill set to the bottom to mount a stock 230 there as intake. Would definitely need the optional filter if someone were to do that and buy the DEMCiFlex filter kit.

Wouldn't take much to do the mod now that I think about it. Just drill out the rivets refit the panels and drill out and tap the I/O mounting locations as well as remove the feet risers. Would have to weld in sheetmetal, use filler to smooth the surface and paint.

The risers could be added back to the bottom of the Cabinet the same way. No need to +Rep cause it's not my idea. That's what happened probably 20 or so pages back.

~Ceadder

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Cooler Master Makes a 1400mm fan that is 60.8CFM's @ 16dBA's which is really good. Its a 140mm fan so it would move a lot more air than a 120mm fan with 61 CFM's just because of the additional size. Don't count out the 200+mm fans for your cases (I know the HAF X fits them and the 932 does too if I remember correctly) because of there extra size they put out a lot more air for a lot less dBA's. Just a couple of suggestions. Hope that this helps.
 
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Cooler Master Makes a 1400mm fan that is 60.8CFM's @ 16dBA's which is really good. Its a 140mm fan so it would move a lot more air than a 120mm fan with 61 CFM's just because of the additional size. Don't count out the 200+mm fans for your cases (I know the HAF X fits them and the 932 does too if I remember correctly) because of there extra size they put out a lot more air for a lot less dBA's. Just a couple of suggestions. Hope that this helps.
Yea, but 200+mm fans reall don't move much air compaired to a couple 120mm. I do wish that there was a stronger 200+mm fan. I also would consider some kind of option to push 15+ volts to those fans to get more out of them, but it would burn them out faster.

The Coolermaster fans are also over rated. Check out these:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233031
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233036
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233036
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835119096
post #8364 of 23572
heres my HAF X new i7 build almost complete i'm just waiting for my new hx 1000 PSU and Video Card anyway if u can add me in club thx in advanced

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Yea, but 200+mm fans reall don't move much air compaired to a couple 120mm. I do wish that there was a stronger 200+mm fan. I also would consider some kind of option to push 15+ volts to those fans to get more out of them, but it would burn them out faster.

The Coolermaster fans are also over rated. Check out these:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233031
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233036
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233036
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835119096
NZXT do 200mm 166cfm,thats what i will be using.Noise is 39.7 db but i will be using fan controller.
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dont noe if i can still get in the group but here's a pic of my haf 922 case

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Updates on my system after I rewired the new HX1000W and got it in there.




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Great build Lost-boi. I might cut out the front section of my 932 so I can fit two 120mm fans in the fron vs that one 200mm.
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My Yate Loon 140 would run circles around those Xigmateks'.

Air Flow: 140 CFM
Fan Speed: 2000 RPM
Noise Level: 48.5 dBA
Power: 6 watts

Louder too but you can definitely tell the difference between the stock fan and the Yate Loon when you put your hand directly behind it at the back of the Cabinet.

*Update* Just ordered a decent ATX tool so I won't be down much longer fellas. I figured while I was ordering a tool I may as well get some big shrink to get everything uniformed too. So I have 1 foot of half inch shrink, 1 foot of 1 inch shrink, 1 2pin and 1 pin ATX Tool and some Shin-Etsu G751 paste heading my way now from Performance-PCs'. I probably coulda got it from Newegg but they didn't have the tool that I wanted...


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Yea, but 200+mm fans reall don't move much air compaired to a couple 120mm. I do wish that there was a stronger 200+mm fan. I also would consider some kind of option to push 15+ volts to those fans to get more out of them, but it would burn them out faster.

The Coolermaster fans are also over rated. Check out these:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233031
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233036
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233036
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835119096

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I'm looking for a high CFM fan, preferably with green LEDs, to replace the front red LED fan that comes with the HAF 932. Any suggestions?
    
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