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NZXT FN-200/HAFX help

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Ok.

SO I bought 2 of said fans, and now I have a dilemma. I have come to find out that they are indeed more made for the NZXT cases. Well I love the specs on them so I want to use them.

I know one will work in the other part of my HAF X, but my question is does anyone have any ideas how to make it fit in my side panel spot?

I'm a little upset performance pcs didn't have anything up saying anything about the fit of them.
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Originally Posted by Mako0312 View Post
Ok.

SO I bought 2 of said fans, and now I have a dilemma. I have come to find out that they are indeed more made for the NZXT cases. Well I love the specs on them so I want to use them.

I know one will work in the other part of my HAF X, but my question is does anyone have any ideas how to make it fit in my side panel spot?

I'm a little upset performance pcs didn't have anything up saying anything about the fit of them.
You could drill holes to match the fan in the side panel.

NZXT product page does mention compatibility with some NZXT cases only.

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http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27499

I see no where it does in fact say anything about compatibility issues.......
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