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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 #1061 of 4478
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Originally Posted by minimalist View Post

Hey guys,

Is it possible to throw a Kraken X60 in the front of the H440 with room for one drive bay at the bottom? I was hoping to buy one with 2 noctua 140mm fans and add one drive at the base and then 1 in the bottom bay. Is that possible?

If you can get me the dimensions (length) of the one your looking at, I can measure for you.
post #1062 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Phibz408 View Post

Disassembled the top and front panel to prep for the vinyl wrap that was ordered today. Looking like it will be easy to wrap like this!

I bought a roll of the 3-M Di Noc White Carbon Fiber for my build, but I can't seem to locate a couple of pieces large enough to do the side panels...any thoughts?
post #1063 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

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Originally Posted by Phibz408 View Post

Disassembled the top and front panel to prep for the vinyl wrap that was ordered today. Looking like it will be easy to wrap like this!

I bought a roll of the 3-M Di Noc White Carbon Fiber for my build, but I can't seem to locate a couple of pieces large enough to do the side panels...any thoughts?

Of the hard drive or of the kraken?

These are the dimensions for the rad: Radiator: Demension 138.4 x 27.0 x 312.5mm/Material Aluminum/Tube Length 400 mm/Tube Material Rubber

This is the corsair H110 : Radiator dimensions: 140 mm x 312 mm x 29 mm


Also, thanks so much for taking the time to check!

Edited by minimalist - 3/21/14 at 8:54pm
post #1064 of 4478
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Of the hard drive or of the kraken?

These are the dimensions for the rad: Radiator: Demension 138.4 x 27.0 x 312.5mm/Material Aluminum/Tube Length 400 mm/Tube Material Rubber

If you want to keep the bottom tray, max length would be 305mm from the top mounting hole to the top of the bottom tray. Understand that these are all stock dimensions and utilizing the stock holes.
Edited by Tweakin - 3/21/14 at 9:07pm
post #1065 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

I bought a roll of the 3-M Di Noc White Carbon Fiber for my build, but I can't seem to locate a couple of pieces large enough to do the side panels...any thoughts?

Side panels meaning the windowed side and the cable management side correct? If so the only sheets I have seen large enough without going to a local vinyl shop would be this from eBay 24x48 and should work.
http://m.ebay.com/itm/300583470244?nav=SEARCH
But I don't think it's legit di-noc
Edited by Phibz408 - 3/22/14 at 8:22am
post #1066 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

If you want to keep the bottom tray, max length would be 305mm from the top mounting hole to the top of the bottom tray. Understand that these are all stock dimensions and utilizing the stock holes.

Damn, so that's a no go. Thanks for the info.

Edit****Now that I reread this, do you think it would fit if I drilled my own holes? Also, would the top drive slot be an option with the rad below or is going to require some work from either way?
Edited by minimalist - 3/21/14 at 9:16pm
post #1067 of 4478
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Damn, so that's a no go. Thanks for the info.

Edit****Now that I reread this, do you think it would fit if I drilled my own holes? Also, would the top drive slot be an option with the rad below or is going to require some work from either way?

I'll put it this way...I could make it fit. It's only 10mm, so as long as you are not planning on mounting a 360 in the roof. you could slide it up easily! I would probably use the middle mounting holes as they are adjustable, and maybe add a support brace to the top.
post #1068 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

I'll put it this way...I could make it fit. It's only 10mm, so as long as you are not planning on mounting a 360 in the roof. you could slide it up easily! I would probably use the middle mounting holes as they are adjustable, and maybe add a support brace to the top.

Okay cool. I definitely wouldn't be putting a rad up top. I'm a noob and this would be my first build so please don't judge me...but what do you mean a supporting brace? smile.gif
post #1069 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

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 .


Tweakin, thanks for the measurements. I +rep'd you! If you could take one more measurement for me, I'd be thankful. If your rad was mounted in the front of the case, how much space is between your rad and the PSU shroud?

Also, something that worries me is that my temps are going to skyrocket. I've got an AMD FX-9370 and a AMD R9-290x, these are both very hot parts, and I have read some reviews from users who say that their insides get mighty toasty. Do you (or anyone else) think that this could/would be an issue for me? I've got 560mm of rad space. As much as I love this case, maybe it's not for me, not with these parts?

Edit: forgot to ask question. Will my 140mm fans mount above the top panel, but under the top cover, or will the fans and rad be pushing over my mobo?
    
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post #1070 of 4478
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Very Nice ,I like how you mounted the HDD there. thumb.gif

I lost all of my HDD racks when I stuck my 360 rad up front, so I had to innovate a little bit. Stays cool and I've had no issues so far!
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