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HAF 932 Side Window Build Complete

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by Mariusz803, Nov 4, 2009.

  1. Mariusz803 New Member

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    Not much to say, i'm having fun with this one.
    Enjoy.

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    Nice!!! thats one lean mean mechine
     
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    I def like it
     
  4. Mariusz803 New Member

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    Added full tower view:

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    Dude, I was going to get rid of my Haf and go back to a Cosmos 1000 Black addition, but you have motivated me to keep it.

    WTF:rockout:

    Did you buy the side panel or DIY ???

    I hope you live in england dude, because I have cash waiting for you to make me a side panel like that.

    Pure tallent.

    WICKED.

    BTW, did you by the internal tower for the fans?

    Best case mod I've seen in ages man, hahahahhaha

    PM me if you can make me a panel.

    Serious.:D
     
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    One mean wicket monster there :rockout:
     
  7. El_Mayo

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    HOLY SHIT.
    talk about fucking WIND TUNNEL!
     
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    Hey man thanks for the comments. Unfortunately i'm far from England but this ain't hard to make. Yeah i did the graphics myself at work, so no most people might not be able to print on a sheet of Duraplex. Luckily you can get window stencils anywhere online if that is alright for you... added some close up pics in daylight. Let me know if you got anymore questions mate.

    *Note - STILL NEED TO PAINT THE SIDE PANNEL! Though i kind of like the rough metal industrial look...


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  9. KieranD

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    danger high voltage and you used a radiation sign? why not a high voltage sign!

    doesnt matter it still looks really cool and i cant tell a hell a lot a work went into it :respect:
     
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    Haha crap i just noticed that, no joke.

    Thanks for the comment bro.
     
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    lol those are ncie gfx on the side window... where did you get those?

    EDIT: juest read the thread :slap: nevermind.
     
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    Nice but isn't the cooling a bit ott?:)
     
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    A bit over the top? Does this expression even exist in the realms of TPU?
     
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    Does now :laugh:

    10 rigs like that and the house would be a mobile home :D
     
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    I thought this was intentional at first, the whole green biohazard look without the cfl on, and a mean looking bright cfl at the top for the high voltage it kind of took away from the green part. Maybe I'm just crazy.
     
  16. Mariusz803 New Member

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    You said it.
     
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    I would love to see a huge 230mm GELID Gaming green fan on the top, jk jk. Maybe you can mod the top out-take and put some 4 120mm gelid gaming fans on that with mesh grill for the cover :D.
     
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    i meant to say that i could tell a lot of work went into it but i instead typed cant! rofl sorry

    there is a lot of red at the front but its all green inside so the mix of green radiation sign and danger high voltage kinda work, i was just like why a radiation sign doesnt matter as i said before tho

    EDIT: i just realised how big a case that is, looks pretty tall!
     
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    Wow! Great mod. Terrific photos show it off well—hell on us dial-up dinosaurs, but well done, well done.
     
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    Nice job.

    What board is that? The PCI-e slots seem really close together...
     
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    System specs say Gigabyte EX-58 Extreme.
     
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    Awesome, thanks everyone.

    No you are on the right track. I'd love to see that, the stock fans that come with the 932 are not that outlandish, even when pluged into 12v they don't push as much air as i think they could for their size. I'd really wanna see a 140mm though, 120mm is the biggest they make so far... these fans speak quality, really like them AND you can remove the fan blades for easy dust cleaning under water.

    My power supply is in the way, other wise i'd put my crossfire in the #1 and #3 pci slots... but also the #3 slot is only 8x, not the 16x #1, 2 are. The mobo is a Gigabyte EX-58-Extreme, good for some serious overclocking i plan to do over Christmas (or whenever school gives me some free time) full pics here:

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    Very nice, but i must know.....

    What size and how did you mount the 2 fans above the 140mm? I didn't see that the first time you posted in the "PC ATM" thread until you just put the recent on in.
     
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    How come no side fans?
     
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    very nice job. Its a beast :p
     

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