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post #9021 of 23525
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Have to post this here also. Seen ALOT of red/black paint. This is with the "blue" edition of this case.

http://www.overclock.net/case-mods-g...ior-paint.html

Fix your signature. It's wayyy to big/long.
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post #9022 of 23525
The HAF 932 panels will in fact fit on the HAF X case and it is a perfect fit, not a "close enough" fit.


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Will a HAF 932 side panel fit on a HAF X ?
post #9023 of 23525
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Originally Posted by yojimboryuu View Post
Hey all,

Has anyone had the "System Fan Failure" warning message? I looked in my bios but could not find where to disable it. I have all fans running on the power supply and not on the mobo.

Thanks,
James.
it depends on which bios you run
for instance i have the award bios and i simply go to the place where it shows you the fan speed (ex: sysfan1, sysfan2, pwrfan, cpufan, etc..) and just under those i have the option to enable or disable alarm sound if fan fails but no messages. come to think of it, did you consider a bios update? maybe that could be the problem
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post #9024 of 23525
I know that on the Asus P6X58D Premium and -E BIOS you can set the fas to ignore to fix that problem too.


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it depends on which bios you run
for instance i have the award bios and i simply go to the place where it shows you the fan speed (ex: sysfan1, sysfan2, pwrfan, cpufan, etc..) and just under those i have the option to enable or disable alarm sound if fan fails but no messages. come to think of it, did you consider a bios update? maybe that could be the problem
post #9025 of 23525
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Originally Posted by XtachiX View Post
it depends on which bios you run
for instance i have the award bios and i simply go to the place where it shows you the fan speed (ex: sysfan1, sysfan2, pwrfan, cpufan, etc..) and just under those i have the option to enable or disable alarm sound if fan fails but no messages. come to think of it, did you consider a bios update? maybe that could be the problem
Good suggestion, I actually just did that and I don't have an option for the fan at all. It is grayed out so as to where I can not edit values to it. Is there somewhere in the registry that I can change so that it is not looking for it at start up that will change the bios for me?
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post #9026 of 23525
The registry is in the OS and since the BIOS is what runs the computer prior to the OS I'm pretty sure that even trying to edit the registry wont get you anywhere in this regard.


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Good suggestion, I actually just did that and I don't have an option for the fan at all. It is grayed out so as to where I can not edit values to it. Is there somewhere in the registry that I can change so that it is not looking for it at start up that will change the bios for me?
post #9027 of 23525
maybe you could try to actually plug a fan in there and see if it will give you any warnings? it shouldnt do that
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post #9028 of 23525
So i said screw it and bought the DEMCiflex filter kit for my 932. I got lucky, it just went up $10 the next day. LOL.

I'll post updated pics when I get it in along with my new C300 128GB SSD.
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post #9029 of 23525
I got a fan controller the other day, and found out my HAF X didn't come with any 3.5in to 5.25 drive bay covers. Would this one work? http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/...roducts_id=319
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post #9030 of 23525
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I got a fan controller the other day, and found out my HAF X didn't come with any 3.5in to 5.25 drive bay covers. Would this one work? http://cmstore.coolermaster-usa.com/...roducts_id=319
Yeah that should work.
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