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    Haf 932 + corsair h70 can it reach in the top far right 120mm fan slot?

    Want to buy this case and CPU cooler but I need to know if the hoses can reach that top far right 120mm fan slot. Would like to mount it there so I can keep the 200mm top fan installed aswell.

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    It will fit if you are talking about the 120mm slot for exhausting. They are made to be compatible with most case so you shouldn't have a problem. I would suggest you getting a Noctua NH-D14 instead. I was thinking about the H70 but the Noctua performs better and is silent.
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    Hold on if you are asking if you can install the radiator and the 200mm top fan both in the top then no. The 200mm top fan is positioned center of the mounts where the two 120mm fans would go, so you can either have the 200mm fan in the top or you can have two 120mm fans in the top.
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    Haven't forgot about you, my H70 just hasn't gotten here yet.
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    You can see where I mounted mine. As you can see from the length of the hoses, I do not think it would easily reach to the top, front most 120mm Fan Slot. The middle one, no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CgS Drone View Post
    Hold on if you are asking if you can install the radiator and the 200mm top fan both in the top then no. The 200mm top fan is positioned center of the mounts where the two 120mm fans would go, so you can either have the 200mm fan in the top or you can have two 120mm fans in the top.
    Actually, you can put 3x120mm Fans in the Top of the HAF 932.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ch0b1ts View Post
    Actually, you can put 3x120mm Fans in the Top of the HAF 932.
    ????, it is made to accept two fans on the top. I see you own one but so do I and unless there is something different then I don't see how you are getting three fans in the top.

    And for the love of god paint the inside of that case , I took everything out of mine and painted it black inside. I used gloss black I kind of wish I would have used flat black but its not bad.

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    Yup, 3x120mm fans fit on top. But part of the 3rd fan will be under the tray on top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatSaski View Post
    Yup, 3x120mm fans fit on top. But part of the 3rd fan will be under the tray on top.
    Noted, now I see what you both are talking about. Doesn't seem like it would do much with it buried under the tray.
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    It should in theory reach, you would probably get better performance because it would allow the heat to rise if you set up the fans in exhaust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CgS Drone View Post
    And for the love of god paint the inside of that case , I took everything out of mine and painted it black inside. I used gloss black I kind of wish I would have used flat black but its not bad.
    LOL

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