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Poll Results: Should I add the S340 to the thread, and alter the club name?

 
  • 64% (92)
    Keep H-Series only (H630, H440, H230) for more detailed thread
  • 35% (50)
    Add the S340, alter the club name to add "S" line, because their similar products
142 Total Votes  
post #1011 of 4479
Would love to see a pic on how it came out.
Did you spray it yourself or have it powder-coated?
post #1012 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

I agree, mine is black internals with a white outside.

Would love to see a pic on how it came out.
Did you spray it yourself or have it powder-coated?
post #1013 of 4479
Gah!
My booked H440 as arrived for pick up at the store, and here I am still undecided on what case I want/need!
post #1014 of 4479
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Originally Posted by T-Fork View Post

Gah!
My booked H440 as arrived for pick up at the store, and here I am still undecided on what case I want/need!

I know how you feel.....
Im deciding between the Corsair 540 air, Corsair 760T and the Nzxt H440...... Do I go Black or RED!!!
Lucky I have a week to decide...thinking.gif
GOOD LUCK!!
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post #1015 of 4479
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Originally Posted by kayan View Post

Thank you so much for these pictures, they help more than you know! I do have a couple questions though:

#1 - I'm running the same ST30 rads as you, but different sizing, 2 x 280mm, will these fit top and front in this case? If so, are there actual mounts for them, or would they need to be drilled?
#2 - My rez is very similar to yours as well (like I said, helpful pics), how many mm long is your rez? Mine is 250mm and then about 80mm diameter.
#2.5 - How much space is from where your rez is sitting (I guess the PSU shroud) to the bottom of where your st30 would be (if mounted to the top)?

Kayan,

#1 Your ST-30 280 will be right at home. It has mounts that will place it at the back of the top. As you can see in the pic, it's all drilled out for you already.
#2 The res I use is a Bitspower inline-z 250mm which is 260mm from end to end without fittings. Diameter is 60mm.
#3 You have 310mm of space from the top of the psu cover to the bottom on the ST-30 with fans mounted (I just checked again)

Additionally, there is 150mm of space from the front of the case to the psu cover .

post #1016 of 4479
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Originally Posted by CHD81 View Post

Would love to see a pic on how it came out.
Did you spray it yourself or have it powder-coated?

That is the stock powder coat. I was planning on having it custom coated, hence why I tore the entire thing apart, but I had no idea it would cost $300 to have the powder coat removed, then cleaned and then blown again. It was cheaper to buy a second case for the black interior, as it's powder coated also, and NZXT did a really nice job on the white case.
post #1017 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

That is the stock powder coat. I was planning on having it custom coated, hence why I tore the entire thing apart, but I had no idea it would cost $300 to have the powder coat removed, then cleaned and then blown again. It was cheaper to buy a second case for the black interior, as it's powder coated also, and NZXT did a really nice job on the white case.

I also want the black interior.
If it's so expensive, I might actually buy a second case like you.

My plan is to have pastel white coolant in the build. So a black interior is a must to show off the coolant nicely.

Also thank you for all the pics and detailed measurements. +rep
post #1018 of 4479
Oh also I bought a can of plasti-dip. Maybe I could use that. What do you think? Would it look nice?
post #1019 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Hasty View Post

I also want the black interior.
If it's so expensive, I might actually buy a second case like you.

My plan is to have pastel white coolant in the build. So a black interior is a must to show off the coolant nicely.

Also thank you for all the pics and detailed measurements. +rep

Hopefully it's cheaper where you live. I was told the high cost was due to the time involved removing the old powder coating. Originally the told me $100 for the 6 main pieces, then once they were able to actually see it, all bets were off. All three of the shops I went to said the same thing.
post #1020 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Hasty View Post

Oh also I bought a can of plasti-dip. Maybe I could use that. What do you think? Would it look nice?

I thought about that too...if you leave your case together then the extra thickness shouldn't matter, but I have mine stripped down for some modding work, and I think the added thickness would throw off the rivet holes slightly...didn't want to take the chance.
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