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  1. triggs75

    Show Us Your Cases!

    Thank you... the side panel fits perfectly execpt the two holes in the back do not match up, but if you really want the added support of the screws in the back, you can drill the two holes. I do not keep the screws in anyways, so this side panel was a perfect match for me. Chad
  2. triggs75

    922 side panel

    That is correct the back screws holes do not match up, however the side panel fits perfectly and if you really want the added support of the screws in the back, you can drill the two holes. I do not keep the screws in anyways, so this side panel was a perfect match for me. If you are planning on cutting some holes in the window, I would purchase two of tehm since they are only $10 for a spare one. And yes just cut a circle out of where the fan blades are and then drill out your four fan holes around it.
  3. triggs75

    Show Us Your Cases!

    Here is an update of my system Here are some pics with the CM Sniper/HAF922 side window panel on it. Not bad for $10.....
  4. triggs75

    Would you buy 200-230mm Cooler Master intake filters

    It is true they are in South Africa. Vincent is the one I was working with. I just went on their website and emailed them. They responded fast. It took him about a week to custom make them, but know they have the dimmensions and they fit perfect, and it took 6 days to be delivered from South Africa. It might be a little pricey for some, but for custom made pieces and the quality, to me it was worth it. 1x custom Side Filter with HAF motif @ $24.00 1x custom Top Filter with HAF motif @ $22.50 Postage $11.00 TOTAL $56.50
  5. triggs75

    Would you buy 200-230mm Cooler Master intake filters

    Yeah they are great filters. I have a 140mm on the bottom of my case as it covers it perfect. I have a 120mm CM red fan on the bottom of my case. My top is still being used as an exhaust, its just that soo much dust gets in the case with the large open holes all around the top. It still pushes plenty of heat out and my temps have not raised any either. They are easily removable as you know, so if I am going to game for a while I just pull it off the top. Chad
  6. triggs75

    Would you buy 200-230mm Cooler Master intake filters

    Here are some pics of the custom filters that DEMCiflex made for me. They fit perfect and know they will do their job.
  7. triggs75

    Show Us Your Cases!

    Here is my CM HAF 922 case.
  8. triggs75

    Would you buy 200-230mm Cooler Master intake filters

    To cover the bottom of the case, I am using the DEMCiflex http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=466&products_id=25562fan filter and it works great. I am having them custom make me a side and top filter to cover up the entire area. I will post the pics as soon as I receive the Filters and place them on my case. Maybe Cooler Master can purchase them in bulk if you like them and they can sell them.... This is what the filters will look like [/img] Chad _____________________________ » CM HAF 922 » CPU: Intel Core i7 940 OC'd to 3.69 » Motherboard: Evga X58 » Cooling: CM V8 » CORSAIR DOMINATOR 6GB (3x2GB) » EVGA GeForce GTX 295 » WD VelociRaptor 600 (2x300) Raid 0 » WD Black 1TB (2x1TB) Raid 1 » 2 LG DVD SATA Model » CORSAIR 750W » Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer 7.1 » Scythe Fan Controller » Vista 64 » Dell 2707WFP