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Cooler Master 912 & Corsair H50

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Senupe, Jul 3, 2011.

  1. Senupe

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    Hello folks, i want to change my case and my CPU cooler due to my actual stock cooler, but after seeing some pictures i realized that the H50 could not fit on the H.A.F. 912 :cry:, now i'm wondering if i need to get more money and go to for the H.A.F. 922 + H50 or 912 + Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus.

    But anyay if they can fit, the combo would be H.A.F. 912 and H50; i just wanna know if the thing is going to work all together.:confused:

    Thanks. :p
     
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    If your on a budget have a look and see if there are any CM 690 II lite cases in your area. The're the same case as the 690II advance with less clips for the drive bays and no top Esata port. You have space for 2x240mm rads in these so the H50 will fit with no problems.

    as for the price the 690II is cheaper than the 912 in the uk. Only by a very marginal amount but it's still cheaper... Oh yeah the 690II also has the all black interior.

    If you already own a 912 then i'm sure you can mod the top of it to fit the single small rad for the H50. There is a large space up there, and with a few screws I'm sure it could be made to fit.
     
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    Why do you think the H50 won't fit, it should work no problem on the HAF 912.
     
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    I'm sorry. It fits no questions asked.
    <--- Living proof
     
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    Thanks for the answer, i was worried about to modding the case to make it work, but now i'm more relaxed, thank you guys.
     
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    Nah your welcome. If you use the top mounting for exhaust you won't have problems.
     
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