upgrading gaming case

April 4, 2009 at 05:09:10
Specs: Windows Vista, QX6850 intel 4gb RAM
Hi i,m gonna change my old case for a new HAF932 do i need to unistall all the drivers..! if so which ones...please specify and is it just a straight forward process putting all the parts into the new case...! or anything i should need to know about doing this transplant...many thanx for ya help..!

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April 4, 2009 at 07:28:35
All you're doing is swapping hardware from one case to another...why would you need to unistall any drivers?

Just be very careful when you unassemble/reassemble. There should be no need to remove the CPU, CPU cooling fan or RAM from the motherboard...don't disturb them unless you absolutely have to. I don't know if either case has front USB, firewire, audio jacks, etc but pay very close attention to the case wiring...make a sketch if you have to. Hopefully you have the motherboard manual for reference & the new case came with a wiring diagram.

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April 5, 2009 at 02:32:03
Hi Jam thanks for your expert advice my old case does have a front Usb and the new HAF 932 has 2 usb,s, firewire etc..this case also has 1x top 230mm fan 1x 230mm front fan 1x 230mm side fan & a 140mm exhaust fan as standard i,ve never done anything like this before so i,m wondering about how i wire up all these fans because my old case doesnt have this many fans, where & how do i wire them too..?...i understand what your saying about the cpu & fan i guess your saying dont dismantle them and leave them on there mobo, because this new case is far more advanced i was just wondering about the extra wiring or should that info come with the instructions with the case ..any info on doing this job would be great, especially as this is my first tranplant and i want to get it correct first time...i appriaciate all your time your giving me...thanks again..!

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