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Im kinda amazed so many former HAF 932 users are going to this case, wonder what the reasons are, the HAF is a beast capable of nearly anything you could throw at it.
Very few things wrong with the HAF series, but one of them is being ugly as sin. I can see why you would run to the 600T after that affair.

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Hello everyone! Take me to the club ..........
The window looks very pro, but thats not the stock one though, right?
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post #3252 of 18197
That looks like a quality, DIY window job with REAL rubber molding. No creaking or popping on that bad boy I bet!
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post #3253 of 18197
So, I replaced the top exhaust Corsair 200mm fan with 2x Scythe AR15s GTs today and it honestly dropped my system temps by 4 degrees. Running the case fans on the Corsair fan controller at about 70%. I didn't get temps like this with the 200mm on 100%.


Edited by bicen - 9/16/11 at 3:49pm
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Ok here are my new mods to my rig. I removed the 120mm radiator from the rear port, and put in a 200mm radiator in the front. And also added an EK pump top for my 655 pump. Now I can use compression fittings for everything, except for my fillport. Still wanting to make my own sleeved extensions, or sleeve the parts of my wires that are visible.




I made the plenum bracket out of some spare aluminium that is about 3/32nd of an inch thick.





Now I just need to figure out if I am going to leave it a brushed finish or paint it...





Circle holes turned out pretty good for cutting them with a air cut off wheel. I had a 4 inch hole saw, but wanted a 4 3/4 hole. And I got it



My next mod will be to make a drain port out of one of the "top" mounted threaded ports on the 200mm radiator. Will cut a hole in the bottom of the case, and put a 90 down there and attach a 5 or 6 inch hose with a cap. For easy draining. Also thinking about adding a 120mm fan intake with custom bracket(made out of the same aluminium) right next to the PSU and aiming at my GTX460.

Now that my radiator fans are intake, and the rest are exhaust(4 120s in, 2 120s out) my GPU is reaching an unheard of 78C while crunching/folding. Which it never did with my radiator fans set to exhaust.

But my CPU temps are amazing. Only 65C on the hottest core, and 57C on the coolest. At 94% load crunching QMC and GPUgrid all day long. Akasa Viper fans running at 1360RPM, which mean the Apaches are running around 1k. Using an Akasa Flexa 5 way PWM splitter with its own power adapter. PWM FTW
Edited by goodtobeking - 9/16/11 at 5:06pm
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post #3255 of 18197
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Well if you check the post before this one you should get a good idea.

If you want to make the curved/convex shape using waterjet or lasercut, you need a machine with a 5th axis. Problem with lastercutting/waterjetting it that way will require diamond-polishing which is VERY expensive. MNPCTECH milles the shape and polishes with a method unknown to me.

You can still get away with a lasercut, waterjet or milled or routed panel with same thicknes right through but will end up having like a 5mm lip overlap from the chassis lip at the top and bottom of the chassis (also illustrated in my previous post)
Very interesting. Thanks for the info.

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I am more apt to believe a third party, but using a 38mm fan does add another question. And yet you have all the materials you need to test it for yourself. I am confident that Martin is right, just need to see by how much. Don't be lazy now.
You got me. I have been thinking about doing a comparison, especially considering I have to fix my fan controller anyway. However, lately I've been playing a few good games and I find myself preferring to use my computer over working on it. When I do repair the controller I will likely do some kind of testing. No matter what I do I'll end up pulling all the fans out and redoing them a few times for the tests, and it will take a while to test everything if I want to do at least 1/2 hour runs. Push vs pull + intake vs exhaust + push/pull intake vs push/pull exhaust. Six tests. Definitely for repair day.

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Hey CorsairGeorge,

I was wondering if you have tried the new Corsair Gaming Mice, and gaming Keyboards? I ask because I am interested in them as they look like they are built to last. I am also looking at the Vengence 1500 headset.
Rushed to see the keyboards and am disappointed that, although they look like excellent mechanical keyboards, they made them MMO or FPS instead of making one keyboard for both. I use a merc stealth, and if I could find something similar that used mechanical keys I would buy it. I like having the dedicated gaming area on the keyboard more than having mechanical keys, but I would prefer both. IMHO, just changing the colour and texture of the keycaps doesn't really change it much from a normal keyboard. Conversly, just adding three columns of function keys on the side doesn't really turn my crank either. The key closures look excellent though and I would really love a real gaming keyboard using the same switches. On the Merc, I love the over-sized directional keys. If they did something similar with mechanical keys, and perhaps a few extra function keys, I'd purchase it now.

I just spent over $100 on a Logitech G9X laser mouse. If I had of known about the Corsair mice (the Vengeance M90 looks like my kind of mouse) I would definitely have looked around for it. I have no major complaints with the Logitech mouse though, it's good but I really would have liked to test drive the M90 'cause if it lives up to its specs it looks like a great mouse.

@goodtobeking

That's an awesome mod you did. Only the second one I've seen like that. You did a great job, it looks really pro. I vote for painting it black. I'm bookmarking this page so if I do decide to go water I can have a good look at your plenum before I decide anything.
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post #3256 of 18197
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@goodtobeking

That's an awesome mod you did. Only the second one I've seen like that. You did a great job, it looks really pro. I vote for painting it black. I'm bookmarking this page so if I do decide to go water I can have a good look at your plenum before I decide anything.
Thanks. Being the son of a welder/fabricator has it benefits. All the knowledge of metal working I need, and all the tools I can think of. I would of welded it together, but we lost half our electric service to our garage some months ago(still have 110V service, but no 220V). Now we have to bring the welder down to the house, and plug into our dryer outlet.

I got the idea from Caleal. I would of never got the 200mm radiator if it wasnt for his idea on it. When I first seen how he did it, I knew i was going to do something similar. The only difference that I know of, is that he used the adapter plates to build off of. And used them to mount it to the radiator. I made mine mount directly to it, leaving every square inch open for airflow.

Thanks for the opinion on painting it black. Would love to get it powder coated with a black/blue metallic paint job, but not sure if you could tell it from outside the case. Also thinking about adding some LEDs or something to the inside of the plenum.
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Very few things wrong with the HAF series, but one of them is being ugly as sin. I can see why you would run to the 600T after that affair.



The window looks very pro, but thats not the stock one though, right?
The window was installed two days ago ..........
Sam did this the first time, to cut itself yet passed is not very good, but not all rubber hidden wealth ...
At hand was not specialized tools.
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Well I installed most of my stuff.
First impressions?
Yes I like the case but...
The window side panel...man it feels pretty low quality.
The window isn't even crystal clear it's got distortions.

Oh yeah the front intake fan is noisy...
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Well I installed most of my stuff.
First impressions?
Yes I like the case but...
The window side panel...man it feels pretty low quality.
The window isn't even crystal clear it's got distortions.

Oh yeah the front intake fan is noisy...
Noisy fan?? Strange ......
Maybe just caught defective?
My front fan noiselessly, you can hear if your ear to the front ...
And if he rejected it claiming compensation or exchange!
By the way my friends have changed on the side window glass crystal clear ..... I, too, after cutting out now decided to put the glass and the glass itself is not so expensive
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So, I replaced the top exhaust Corsair 200mm fan with 2x Scythe AR15s GTs today and it honestly dropped my system temps by 4 degrees. Running the case fans on the Corsair fan controller at about 70%. I didn't get temps like this with the 200mm on 100%.

AP-15s are pretty sweet. How do you like the AirFlow Pro fan on your Dominators, I got pretty bad vibration with mine and I felt like the fans pulsed more then they spun. I would like a major overhaul on their design.
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Ok here are my new mods to my rig. I removed the 120mm radiator from the rear port, and put in a 200mm radiator in the front. And also added an EK pump top for my 655 pump. Now I can use compression fittings for everything, except for my fillport. Still wanting to make my own sleeved extensions, or sleeve the parts of my wires that are visible.

I made the plenum bracket out of some spare aluminium that is about 3/32nd of an inch thick.


Now I just need to figure out if I am going to leave it a brushed finish or paint it...

Circle holes turned out pretty good for cutting them with a air cut off wheel. I had a 4 inch hole saw, but wanted a 4 3/4 hole. And I got it



My next mod will be to make a drain port out of one of the "top" mounted threaded ports on the 200mm radiator. Will cut a hole in the bottom of the case, and put a 90 down there and attach a 5 or 6 inch hose with a cap. For easy draining. Also thinking about adding a 120mm fan intake with custom bracket(made out of the same aluminium) right next to the PSU and aiming at my GTX460.

Now that my radiator fans are intake, and the rest are exhaust(4 120s in, 2 120s out) my GPU is reaching an unheard of 78C while crunching/folding. Which it never did with my radiator fans set to exhaust.

But my CPU temps are amazing. Only 65C on the hottest core, and 57C on the coolest. At 94% load crunching QMC and GPUgrid all day long. Akasa Viper fans running at 1360RPM, which mean the Apaches are running around 1k. Using an Akasa Flexa 5 way PWM splitter with its own power adapter. PWM FTW
Your plenum mod looks great. First time I saw Caleal's I wished I had the skill and material to make one too, then I thought what the hell is a plenum. It does allow the use of two quality 120mm fans, but am not sure if I would trade that for push/pull 200mm, at 50% the NZXTs are quiet and still push a ton or air.
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The window was installed two days ago ..........
Sam did this the first time, to cut itself yet passed is not very good, but not all rubber hidden wealth ...
At hand was not specialized tools.
Well it looks fantastic. I could not see the seam in your molding around the window.
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