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Cooler Master HAF Case Mod


MonsterMawd

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District 13?....surething! :D

I dissected the chassis for paint. The top panel with the power switch and I/O is fastened on with plastic tabs, located beneath the top panel. Very easy to remove!

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The case chassis, just before removing the rear i/o slot covers, noise dampening felt strips for PSU and case feet.

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Awesome! Theyre a great case to work with

Yeah I built two systems for family members as christmas presents using the HAF922 and a P55 setup, and I was very impressed with the case, and the space and airflow possibilities!

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Do you make these as one off items or commercially?

Wouldn't mind getting something like this.

Have you done anything for the Cosmos 1000 case? If so, and its commercial, I wouldn't mind getting it as my Cosmos 1000 is no longer used due to it not having good air flow.

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Better open up the rear exhaust for improved airflow as well before the chassis gets painted.

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Rear exhaust grill on the HAF 922 chassis

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Low tack masking tape (Scotch brand Painter's tape)

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120mm Nautilus Fan grill

http://www.mnpctech.com/120mm_Overkill_Fan_Grills.html

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Trace the inner opening of the 120mm Overkill Nautilus fan grill

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Using Jigsaw with 18 TPI metal cutting blade.

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Lets turn things upside down on the HAF.

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The bottom of the HAF gets modified with this 140mm billet grill.

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The slotted insert is removable, which makes tracing the inside easy.

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Screen material I cannibalized from another case filters out the dirt and dust.

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