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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 #1241 of 4481
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I think if I just replaced the PCB on the drive it would be fine but I can't find anywhere that sells the latest version of the PCB it uses. Until then I won't be able to recover anything off it.

I would ask on Xtremesystemes maybe. Sweclockers.Com have a giant used parts market, Google translate would have to be used though :-D
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post #1242 of 4481
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I
would go with high performance sp 120's on that evo. Are you planning on water cooling?

Nope, not for the foreseeable future. I'm not planning to spend anymore right now, but I'll do some upgrades in a few months. I'm just looking for the best possible air cooling setup with my current parts.

My current cooling setup found here.
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post #1243 of 4481
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Nope, not for the foreseeable future. I'm not planning to spend anymore right now, but I'll do some upgrades in a few months. I'm just looking for the best possible air cooling setup with my current parts.

My current cooling setup found here.

i would not recommend mixing intake and exhaust with top fans, With the panel and in general they will just fight each other circulating the same air, worse temps and more noise will come from it. Set them all to intake and leave the back exhaust.

So..

Front 3 120 intake

Top 3 120 intake

Back exhaust

Or

Front 2 120 intake

Top 3 120 exhaust

Back intake


I believe those are the best 2 setups
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post #1244 of 4481
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i would not recommend mixing intake and exhaust with top fans, With the panel and in general they will just fight each other circulating the same air, worse temps and more noise will come from it. Set them all to intake and leave the back exhaust.

So..

Front 3 120 intake

Top 3 120 intake

Back exhaust

Or

Front 2 120 intake

Top 3 120 exhaust

Back intake


I believe those are the best 2 setups

+1 to this

A mixture of intake & exhaust in the top will just recycle the same warm air from inside the case
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post #1245 of 4481
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Originally Posted by sgtgates View Post

i would not recommend mixing intake and exhaust with top fans, With the panel and in general they will just fight each other circulating the same air, worse temps and more noise will come from it. Set them all to intake and leave the back exhaust.

So..

Front 3 120 intake

Top 3 120 intake

Back exhaust

Or

Front 2 120 intake

Top 3 120 exhaust

Back intake


I believe those are the best 2 setups
Hey sgtgates, quick question:

If there are radiators in front and top. is it still beneficial to use the front+top intake with rear exhaust configuration. I'm thinking about doing that for when I'll be watercooling my H440.

Thank you.
post #1246 of 4481
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Well a change in my build is talking place in hardware as to why I haven't put in my hardline tubing yet or finished the inside. I'm building 3 rigs over Easter and doing some part swapping with some close friends of mine. So the formul-z with the 8350 at 5.0ghz and the ek vrm block are going to him, I'm going with the maximus VI formula and a i7 4770k. I'm only out of pocket. $190 so Its worth a trade. I've maxed out my amd system so now I'm going to push this haswell to the limit also. Should be moving quick on finishing the build After a the holiday occurs
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post #1247 of 4481
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Hey sgtgates, quick question:

If there are radiators in front and top. is it still beneficial to use the front+top intake with rear exhaust configuration. I'm thinking about doing that for when I'll be watercooling my H440.

Thank you.

Yes, it can still be beneficial. Intaking over the rad will give better performance just raises inside temps a bit. On my cell so it's a pain to check, but what gear is going underwater and what rads/setup you planning
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post #1248 of 4481
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Yes, it can still be beneficial. Intaking over the rad will give better performance just raises inside temps a bit. On my cell so it's a pain to check, but what gear is going underwater and what rads/setup you planning
-waterblocks for 1x i7 4770k + 1x 780ti
-radiators 1 x 360 + 1 x 240 both slim enough to fit in the case
post #1249 of 4481
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-waterblocks for 1x i7 4770k + 1x 780ti
-radiators 1 x 360 + 1 x 240 both slim enough to fit in the case

I would do a st30 360 up top and a thicker 240 or 360 upfront because there is room, but a 360 and 240 should be enough. Depending o. Which rads go where as far a air flow
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post #1250 of 4481
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I would do a st30 360 up top and a thicker 240 or 360 upfront because there is room, but a 360 and 240 should be enough. Depending o. Which rads go where as far a air flow
Thanks. I don't know how thick I could go with the front rad because I would like to place a nice big reservoir + the pump in the front. And if it only barely fits, it will look too crowded.

So 360 top + 240 front is better for airflow than 240 top + 360 front?

I'm thinking about things like aesthetics of the rads placement and I like the idea of a 360 top because I plan to enlarge the side panel window. It will make the res a bit harder to fill but other than that it sounds fine.
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