Ton's of people have purchased them lol. I did however benefit from someone buying one as I got his stock HAF 932 door to allow me to add 4 X 120mm fans to my HAF X instead of the 200mm fan that you can do with the stock HAF X door. I gotta tell you, Cooler Master needs to rethink the door for the HAF X. It's funny that I actually get better cooling with the HAF 932 door (At least for my GPU's) than I did stock and even after Cooler Master spent all that time and money researching the GPU shroud thing for the HAF X door lol. Oh well. At least there is a way around it lol. You should look to see if any HAF X owners are interested in your stock door Dantesinferno, that is unless you are like me and wanted to keep your stock door in case you don't like the new one on there lol. I was supposed to trade my HAF X door to Ceadderman for his HAF 932 door but this way was much better for me =D
Originally Posted by TLCH723
I wanted the one behind the hdd rack.
Its supposed to help to take some loads off from the mb.
Off the topic, is it possible to run more than 1 fan per channel??
Lets say u have a 4 channel fan controller and u want one switch to control all four of the side fans, another switch for the top three fans, etc.
The most I see is an 8 channel fan controller.
Or is it better to just buy two controller?
Are you talking about the GPU duct that holds the 120 X 38mm fan or the GPU Bracket that holds the GPU's up and you can put a 80mm fan into it?
As for the fan controller, it all depends on the fans and the controller. How many watts per channel is the controller? Lets say it's 30w per channel then this would apply:
30w per channel= 12v * 2.5amps
so you could put as many fans that would add up to around 2 amps or so for usage and still be ok. Most fans use maybe 0.5 amps but there are a lot of exceptions. Hope that this answered at least your question about the controller.Edited by lawrencendlw - 11/8/10 at 7:20pm