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Originally Posted by kblgy View Post
i have a haf 932 but the placement of the 120 is where i'm not certain,i think it will fit inside on the back and if not it should fit on the bottom but can anyone help with this ?? thank you and pictures would help also.. thank you again
The way I see it, you pretty much have 5 options for the 120mm, your top it taken by the 360 so:

1. Mount at the rear exhaust
2. Mount it on the bottom, but you will need a 80mm to 120mm adapter
3. Mount in 3 5.25 bays, if you got room to kill that is
4. Mount on the side panel, would need to leave some tubing slack though so you could take the panel off.
5. Cut 3-4 hdd bays out and place the rad on the intake ports there is room for 2x120mm I believe.

I think #1 is easiest, cleanest and painless method.
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post #12 of 37
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The way I see it, you pretty much have 5 options for the 120mm, your top it taken by the 360 so:

1. Mount at the rear exhaust
2. Mount it on the bottom, but you will need a 80mm to 120mm adapter
3. Mount in 3 5.25 bays, if you got room to kill that is
4. Mount on the side panel, would need to leave some tubing slack though so you could take the panel off.
5. Cut 3-4 hdd bays out and place the rad on the intake ports there is room for 2x120mm I believe.

I think #1 is easiest, cleanest and painless method.
the line in bold is misinformation, the bottom fan mount is a 120MM i own the case and watercool myself, so i should know
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post #13 of 37
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Originally Posted by PCSarge View Post
the line in bold is misinformation, the bottom fan mount is a 120MM i own the case and watercool myself, so i should know
lol thx for the correction, funny thing i'm using the same case I kind peeked under my desk and it looked like a 80mm from here...I dont use that vent haha.
Edited by Skylock - 12/19/10 at 10:18pm
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thanks guys if the rear works then i will most likely use that one. the bottom is close to the psu and will get in the way of the wires i think..
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just a question. they sent me out the wrong package and sent the 240 rad kit instead

so would that be enough with a 120mm rad for 2 5870's and a cpu???
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Don't install it simply because someone else ****ed up. It would probably work, but obviously not as well.
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post #17 of 37
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this all came from germany so i'm kinda scidish about it now. but i figure if it comes down to it i'll return it and get the rasa 360 kit.and add a 120mm rad to it..

i'm aslo wondering maybe i'll just install 2 240mm rads instead but then does anyone with a haf 932 have anythingl ike this ? and can i do it without modding the case? thank you
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there's a huge difference, especially in the cpu block. The one that comes with the phobya kit really isn't good. The rasa block is one of the best. also the rasa rx360 kit is pretty sweet for loops that aren't super complicated
I 2nd the Rasa kit, you also get the RS360 rad not the fatter RX360. The kit is great I just added a Black Ice II 240 rad to mine and can't get my CPU temp above 40C (75F ambient) with Linpack at my benching clock running around 1.6v!
 
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post #20 of 37
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ok after much thought(and finding out how it costs to ship back to germany i am going to stay with the kit i have just add to it i have a240mm rad and a 120 mm but i thnk thats not enough for 2 5870's and an i-7 920 overclocked. if it is please tell me so i can save some cash. other wise i was going to either add another 240mm or 360mm.(not use the 120mm.

anyone help?

update i ordered a Black Ice Pro III Compact High Performance Radiator 360mm and i had already ordered extra fans was going to do push/pull but now that i'm using a 240mm and a 360mm i really don't see any need to. i will try to take pictures when i do it and post them after.
Edited by kblgy - 12/21/10 at 12:11pm
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