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Morning Wreck! Nice case. I'm new to this forum but I'm building a Cooler Master HAf 935 WITH BOTH 915F/R modules, will post pictures as soon as I can. Why I'm writing to you is the ingenious place where you placed the hard drives! Can you tell me what case you are using? Very clean case looks like you have great air flow. Hope you get this and I hear all the best to you. Phoneix....

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Hi Phoneix. tnx for the comment. the case is Corsair Air540.  I love the case, the power supply and ssd's are mounted on the other half of the case. still i need to change few stock fans to get quiter case and try to put push/pull on cpu cooler radiator.

the case looks awsome in dark wher leds are on. have to post a pic soon.

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Hi Wreck. Evem though I'm putting the NZXT Water Cooler into my system, I have seven fans installed into the cases. The 915R has a 120mm Enermax on the side cooling the six hard drives and a 92mm pulling the air out. In the 935, there's a 120 Enermax on the front cooling the WD VelociRaptor and Toshibas SSD, two Enermax 120mm and a 140mm surrounding the CPU area. There's one 120mm pulling air out of the 915F. I picked Enermax (www.enermaxusa.com) for its' low dba, 8-12dba. I had a local computer company put the main guts together for me due to the cost of the parts, didn't want to screw it up. I could hardly hear it running! Strongly suggest you look at them for they are very reasonably priced. Look on Amazon. I'll try and get some pics up ASAP. Take good care, great work....

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Sorry, I'm using the NZXT Kraken x60 water cooler and bought the two extra 140mm fans. So the radiator has two pushing and two pulling the air through the radiator. There's also a 92mm fan in the front of the 915R to pull air out. Take care, all the best Glenn...

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i have Corsair SP120 for static pressure. but i think that i will need some quiet ones. i will def. look at enermax. thank you. will post some more pictures soon. i done a plastidip job on my GPU also.

thnx for liking my setup!

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