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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
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post #1101 of 4478
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Originally Posted by T-Fork View Post

Fans are in Push and at the moment the fans are at full blast since you have no control over the hub, soon to be corrected ghetto style. xD
Loop is
Pump -> Rad -> Rad -> GPU -> CPU


Temps are as following, with cover on, stable after ~30mins.
CPU: 50-51*C
GPU: 59*C (VRM 69*C)
NB: 60*C

W/o cover
CPU: 39*C
GPU: 45*C (VRM 53*C)
NB: 47*C

Both rads are being pushed from inside out, correct? I just wonder if you try to draw air in from the vents that it may work better. Pushing out would have added restriction due to the proximity of the sound deadening panels.
post #1102 of 4478
Got me a H440 last night and starting to rebuild the contents from previous case ( Corsair Air 540 ). The corsair was a great case but now im redecorating my office ( all new white desk and furniture ) i wanted something quiet and clean looking to match my new furniture.

As far as building in the H440 , it is a little different, and rather lacking in nearly any back tray clearance. Now i'm waiting on a fully modular PSU so i can get rid of the awful birds nest behind that NZXT logo, but there are plenty of tie off points for cable management which is a big plus.

In the front there is a 280mm radiator from the Corsair H110 which is cooling the gpu, most of the hot air has no problems getting out the limited front vents. I may upgrade gpu in future back to air cooling as i now have ZERO hard drive cages i can use frown.gif so my HD's are sat loose on the bottom redface.gif

Once my office is finished i may start with modding the case and making her look pretty biggrin.gif




Small note for those looking to buy a H440......you will need flat SATA cable connectors at both ends ( not the L shape ones ) for the SSD tray mounts and in order to fit to mobo. Also i would highly recommend a modular psu if you don't already have one !! ( My mistake biggrin.gif )
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post #1103 of 4478
Size Comparison in case anyone was wondering:



http://i.imgur.com/r2j2OCb.png
Edited by TheBloodEagle - 3/23/14 at 1:06pm
post #1104 of 4478
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

Both rads are being pushed from inside out, correct? I just wonder if you try to draw air in from the vents that it may work better. Pushing out would have added restriction due to the proximity of the sound deadening panels.

Front is intake and top is exhaust, since i have the pump situated at the rear grill.
post #1105 of 4478
So it's built and it booted! Yay!

Didn't turn out that ugly after all despite not using any sleeved cables, so smooth to just almost secretly hooking the cables up to the mobo. There are areas that could benefit from some sleeves of course, can you spot them?




The only sort of stupid thing I ran into (aprt from everything I'll spare you) was that as I wanted to hook the fan hub to the mobo so I can control the fans I didn't have any 3-pin female-2-female cable to match. Searched a lot of local stores with no success, luckily the closest sore did have a NZXT Grid (basicaly the same hub as in the case bit with a hood) available so bought that just to get that one cable ... hmm. Oh well.

Now I'll just update the BIOS and get going!

Cheers.
post #1106 of 4478
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr-Mechraven View Post

In the front there is a 280mm radiator from the Corsair H110 which is cooling the gpu, most of the hot air has no problems getting out the limited front vents. I may upgrade gpu in future back to air cooling as i now have ZERO hard drive cages i can use frown.gif so my HD's are sat loose on the bottom redface.gif

Isn't there holes for screws in the bottom, to attach the HDD with, thought I saw that in a review? Rig looks clean nonetheless. thumb.gif
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post #1107 of 4478
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Unfiltered intake. Balls of steal.
post #1108 of 4478
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Originally Posted by arvidab View Post

Isn't there holes for screws in the bottom, to attach the HDD with, thought I saw that in a review? Rig looks clean nonetheless. thumb.gif

There is a place on the floor for one mechanical drive, but I think Mr-Mechraven needs more than one.


Edited by Tweakin - 3/23/14 at 6:49pm
post #1109 of 4478
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Just stack the hdd's on the bottom mount with tape of the gods?

Works for other builds I do that want custom things done regarding removing cages
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post #1110 of 4478
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Originally Posted by sgtgates View Post

Just stack the hdd's on the bottom mount with tape of the gods?

Works for other builds I do that want custom things done regarding removing cages

You would run into the rad or fans...45mm of space to the front.
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