SuperJoker

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  1. It's too bad that I can't install the psu facing up in the HAF 932 as Enermax did not really like Me removing the fan grill from the 1050w Revolution psu as their psu grill isn't mounted all that flush, But for another reason It may be the last of their psus that I buy. As I agree, I have a Sears Kenmore for sucking Dust, I'd rather not have a PC case suck It in, So either release the filters, Or My next PC case will be an Antec 902 as they put dust filters in that case and It has 8 slots in the rear... As I have 3 PCs, Only 1 uses a HAF 932 case.


  2. Hey all.

    I'm in the market for a new case, and I've got to say the HAF 932 has made me drool from the moment I've seen it.

    However, with a case that size and its airflow capacity, I've noticed that many of you have shown concerns for dust.

    So I have a few questions.

    1. Has anyone found a filter solution? i.e., have you made your own? Found some that fit? etc.?

    2. I know of dust filters for 120mm fans, so how many of you have replaced the 230mm fans with all 120mm fans? And if so, how much does this increase the sound level?

    3. If anyone is familiar with the Antec 900 and its lack of dust filtration, what is the dust-buildup levels of the HAF 932 in comparison to the Antec 900 (I must say, the 900 brings in quite a bit).

    If I can think of anything else, I'll ask, but I feel in the back of my mind that I've made up my mind about the HAF, I just need to feel confident about that decision.

    Also on a completely other note: I travel back and forth to school a lot which is a 3 hour trip. Though this case is toolless, do I have the option of screwing in my hard drives, optical drives, and video cards? I don't want some flimsy holds on them and to open my trunk to see that stuff has fallen all over the place.

    Thanks again =]

    GOOGLE (Demciflex filters) a company based in SouthAfrica can help you solve this issue

    Yes for about maybe $50(US) and I have no idea If that includes shipping and until Cooler Master starts to sell a dust filter kit that they designed and I gather are currently sitting on... The one from South Africa is the only game in town.

    I would have responded here months ago, But It seems someone didn't like My email address or something and I couldn't post after login until today.


  3. But would the CM Sniper be OK for air cooling an i7 920 up to 4GHz + 2 x OC'd 4890's? Also where in the UK can you get a CM 200mm Blue LED side fan?

    This is the same problem with the HAF for some. I gotta say that I think CM's support in the UK is a bit poor from what I can tell...

    If I could I'd get The HAF 932 + A Filter kit + replacement CM fans in Blue + the extra fan!! All for about £150 I'd be a happy chappy!

    Though the Sniper is interesting, but again where do I get the extra 200mm fan from here in the UK?

    Try the CM Parts store for Europe, they can help you with that part. The Sniper will be fine for your needs.

    Thank you so much Icejon, nobody had mentioned that that there was a European parts store!! :bigsmurf: This gives me more confidence in CM products, and I appologise to them for my earlier outburst.

    Do we have a date for the release of the HAF932 filter pack and specifically in the European store?

    I'd also like to buy the dust filters and I'd hope they'd be for every possible opening, Except the rear slots, As those I'd close up and no I live in the USA and I own one HAF 932 case, But until I get some filters, the PC in that case will remain unused.


  4. Lets see I see one small omission, Dust Filters, I own a HAF 932 and It attracts dust like crazy, So much so that It may as well be made by Dust Master.

    Oh and one more thing, How about 8 card slots all in one row in the back like the Antec 902 has?


  5. I'd sure like to see a less corporate looking M-ATX case(m-atx only) that has air filters, high air flow and the ability to use cards as long as the latest ATi cards. As 9.5" just doesn't cut It now, The BFG GTX295 I have is about 1" longer than that and the latest ATi Radeon 5970 is longer still. The case should have two 5.25" and two 3.5" drive bays as well.