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brandonwh64

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Check the side panel and the logo is made into the plexi glass. i looked on CM website for a replacement panel and it says there SOLD OUT :(
 
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I guess you re outta luck man! Maybe your only chance to get one is to trade off.
 
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Btw why didn't you get the regular 932? It should have been cheaper, I guess. Anyways, its sucks though, the number of people who have amd's in their 932's, you should have thought that a deal would have gone through quick :(
 
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How many of you put a fan in the bottom of the case?

O yea here is my 932
 
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I got a 120mm fan at the bottom. I got my front, back and bottom blowing in and my top fans blowing out. Seems to work out for me. Keeps my CPU at good temps.
 
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Compared to you all, i have a 922, maybe thats the difference...
 
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Nice job. I see the 932 doesnt have a lot of dead angles. I had a hard time spraying some angles with the 922.
 
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Thats what I'm talking about. It was a pain in the *ss to reach these spots. To rub it more, it is angled.
 
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That is just awesome man!!!!!! Taking apart each locking thingy to paint red! What a great effort man! :rockout::rockout::rockout:
Wait till I get PSP back this week.:rockout:
 
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Very nice :toast:
 
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Heres my HAF no mods yet tho only had it for x2 week :rockout:

 
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Nice man, are you planning to leave it stock? Man, that megatron looks huge in nearly every case i know, in the 932, it seems so "small" rofl. Nice build.
 
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Nice man, are you planning to leave it stock? Man, that megatron looks huge in nearly every case i know, in the 932, it seems so "small" rofl. Nice build.
like everyone else i think, ima paint it black :D
 
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like everyone else i think, ima paint it black :D
You want to talk black, how about doing something like this, I love Super's case :rockout:
 

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These are looking awesome. I have mine just stock for now, not sure if I will paint it black or not. I do like how super has his and it looks like it has a black powder coat on the inside? I may, this summer sometime, actually take this bish apart and paint it and maybe do some modding. Get me a hold over case until then (perhaps an Obsidian 700D :p)
 
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Well just wanted to say hello. Just got my 932 Blue in from the egg today. Waiting on a Kingwin Lazer PS.

Couple of things first. I thank all of you for posting all of this great information. I have bookmarked this thread and will definitely be getting some ideas. My Previous case was a 5 year old Asus Ventos in of course Blue! So to say I am pumped at taking on this build in an understatement. I have refitted the asus with new parts all the the time,but this one will allow me to have better cable management and a side windows, something I have always wanted!

Here are the Specs for the Build
Haf 932 Blue
Phenom II X4 965BE
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Zalman CNPS9500 AM2
80GB Intel X25-M G2 (boot-Games)
300GB Velociraptor (apps, some storage)
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The only Mod I am looking to do at this time is installing 4-in-3 Device Module, simply for more positive airflow.

Thoughts? Oh and truly thanks again this thread convinced me away from an Antec 1200, so thanks!
 
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Well just wanted to say hello. Just got my 932 Blue in from the egg today. Waiting on a Kingwin Lazer PS.

Couple of things first. I thank all of you for posting all of this great information. I have bookmarked this thread and will definitely be getting some ideas. My Previous case was a 5 year old Asus Ventos in of course Blue! So to say I am pumped at taking on this build in an understatement. I have refitted the asus with new parts all the the time,but this one will allow me to have better cable management and a side windows, something I have always wanted!

Here are the Specs for the Build
Haf 932 Blue
Phenom II X4 965BE
GSkill Ripjaws 8GB 2x4
Zalman CNPS9500 AM2
80GB Intel X25-M G2 (boot-Games)
300GB Velociraptor (apps, some storage)
2TB WD Green

The only Mod I am looking to do at this time is installing 4-in-3 Device Module, simply for more positive airflow.

Thoughts? Oh and truly thanks again this thread convinced me away from an Antec 1200, so thanks!
It looks like a solid build mate. Btw, welcome, hope you have fun! This thread has been dormant for quite some time. Post some pics too, that would be nice!
 
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Hello and this is my first post .

Just been reading through this thread and there is many ideas to spend a lot of time on this case to achieve some really cool results .

I brought a tyan dual xeon board and was looking for a case when i found a guy selling my motherboard in this style of case . So i had to jump in and buy the haf 932 case . first thing i had to do was make the board fit by adding one new brass stand off to an area there was no hole for it , that was fun in it self just lucky to have a tap for the thread , so drilled a hole and taped it out and screwed it in and now the whole motherboard is supported by the screws in the right places .

Second thing I'm looking at doing now that i know the tyan S7025WAGM2NR board fits into the case not with much room mind you , ( I will post a pic of that if anyone is interested . ) , Is to paint the inside i have read a few posts people sand the metal protection of the inside the gray colored metal protector then apply a primer and paint the final color a few coats then a clear coat . This seems like a lot of work can you get a simpler primer that will bond to the metal protection directly ?

One thing i read back a ways is some one said something about the front lights turning there room into a disco at night . I have not looked at this yet , but the last case i had, had really bright led's and a clear white plastic piece that helps to transmit the light to the front side of the case in my last case i got a little bit of candy apple red paint witch is basically a tinted clear coat and applied that to the plastic on the inside next to the led and this toned that really bright flashing light down to a more manageable level . I hope that helps if you have not found a solution .
 
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