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post #9191 of 23525
I have the Haf X and I am wondering if I could put my dvd drives in the hot swap bays, or would that mess up the little circuit board on the bays?
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post #9192 of 23525
i have a haff 922 can i join?
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post #9193 of 23525
Yes you may there are instructions on pg.1 and post a pic if you can
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post #9194 of 23525
So I just ordered a bunch more fans for my case and installed them. Realized a few things.

1. Black zip-ties > white zip-ties
2. I desperately need a fan controller
3. I better start saving up for a solid water cooling system.
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post #9195 of 23525
Hi guys. I wanted to see how much my ultra kaze in my gpu duct in the haf x was helping my gtx 470. I am running evga oc scanner with power draw enabled. After 20mins my temp went up to 83c. and it stayed there for a few minutes. I unplug the ultra kaze and my temp stayed the same for 2-3 mins then went up 1 degree... I wait another 3 mins it goes up another degree.. I'm up to 84c now after 27 mins or so. I plug the ultra kaze back in and the temp went down 2c after 2 mins..

This loud ass ultra kaze is only giving me 2c of cooling... what da effff man...
I have the gpu duct with the ultra kaze positioned so that the top of the fan is a tiny bit above the top of the card. I moved it up 1 notch a different time to see if that brought down temps, but it made no difference..

Why is the ultra kaze only helping by 2-3c....??

Also, I have the optional 80mm fan + the side panel fan installed together, I just rotated the shroud on it and you can fit both. I did several tests with the 80mm fan on and off and it looks like it makes no difference... The only thing it helped a decent amount in was when my gtx 470 fan setting were on default and it didn't rev up above 64%. That's when the 80mm fan helped... by like 5-7c. When the gtx fan was at 100% it made no difference if I had the 80mm fan on or off.. I have the 80mm fan lined up with the side of the card the fan is insatalled in the bracket as far to the right as possible.

What am I doing wrong?
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post #9196 of 23525
@Masked
just a thought, if you want to go water with good rads, be effective with cooling AND keep the noise down, why not use a PA 120.3 rad, and use R4's. The PA's are designed to work well with low pressure fans, R4's are low pressure fairly high CFM and are nearly dead silent. PA 120.3's are GREAT rads too, why a high pressure fan would work better, I know people who have this setup in a 932 with an OC'd i7.
post #9197 of 23525
I have a 922, no mods yet though.
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post #9198 of 23525
hmm, anyone still using the stock 230mm fans that come with the case? I noticed something with them...

they give almost ZERO airflow with filters in front of them. Tempted to look for a replacement or something but i'm really surprised how little airflow it gives with the filters...

the thermaltake 120mm fan i put in the 5'25 bays pumps in way more air (with a filter in front as well) then those CM fans...
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post #9199 of 23525
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Originally Posted by hesho View Post
hmm, anyone still using the stock 230mm fans that come with the case? I noticed something with them...

they give almost ZERO airflow with filters in front of them. Tempted to look for a replacement or something but i'm really surprised how little airflow it gives with the filters...

the thermaltake 120mm fan i put in the 5'25 bays pumps in way more air (with a filter in front as well) then those CM fans...
230mm fan's pressure is way lower so you don't really feel the air pushing out, but they do take in quite some air.
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post #9200 of 23525
Please, can somebody tell me the height of the 922 case in the rear section, not including the taller front portion?

I am wanting to purchase this case tonight, but my desk has a shelf that is 18.7" tall, but it would only block the back portion of the case. Thanks!
Edited by yamahaalex37 - 10/8/10 at 7:52pm
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