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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 #1291 of 4479
i think i will swap the rear 140 exhaust to intake (with H100i on the top as exhaust and 3x120 on front as intake) + remove mesh from the front (the one on the side)
post #1292 of 4479
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Originally Posted by The12Apostles View Post

Thanks BlockLife.

I was actually now thinking, that I keep the rear as exhaust, keep the three stock fans on intake up front, but put my h90 on the first of the top 140mm slot closer to the rear on intake and then the other top 140mm on intake as well.

That should be good. I will try this but if it doesn't work I might just put the h90 on the rear and get 3 120mm for the top and run them all on intake.

I will post pics when I get my gfx cards in to see what you all think of my theme smile.gif

Sounds like a good idea! Cant wait to see it
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post #1293 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Naga Sadow View Post

This is my current setup. With an ambient room temperature of at least 23°C, I was at ~35°C while idling (monitored by SpeedFan) and I never went above 50°C (monitored by SpeedFan) under full load with Prime at the stock FX 6300 speeds.

I'm going to be changing the top 120mm fans all to exhaust, with the front three 120mm fans and rear 140mm fan as intake. I'll record those results as well.

Just did this and ran Prime for 15 minutes. Ambient temp is roughly the same, but the idle is about 33.5°C and max temperature under load was about 45.5°C.
post #1294 of 4479
Question for your H440 owners:
Since there is no Black/Black H440 option, I was thinking about purchasing one of each color, and swapping out to make a Black/Black, and a Red/White case. Is this even possible, and how hard would it be?
post #1295 of 4479
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Question for your H440 owners:
Since there is no Black/Black H440 option, I was thinking about purchasing one of each color, and swapping out to make a Black/Black, and a Red/White case. Is this even possible, and how hard would it be?

Yes you can do that.

There are screws and metal tabs on the insides of each panels. You can also remove just the plastic pieces and paint them if you wanted to say money.
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post #1296 of 4479
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Yes you can do that.

There are screws and metal tabs on the insides of each panels. You can also remove just the plastic pieces and paint them if you wanted to say money.

Thanks for the reply! Glad to hear there's not going to be any rivets to drill out, or anything that tedious.

I'm not the best at painting, nor do I have adequate space to do so living in an apartment, so that may not be an option for me. Also, I can sell the Red/White case if I don't want to save it for a later build.
post #1297 of 4479
H440 owners, I'd love to see the back of your motherboard trays and what you've done with the little room you have for cable management!
post #1298 of 4479
BQ didn't help me at all

post #1299 of 4479
Migi06,

What material can one use to block these holes? I was thinking of taping hard cardboard or something like that or even thick tape

What do you suggest?

I am building over the weekend using my existing 770 whilst I wait for my 780's. Want to test various fan configs before I settle on a good one

Cheers
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post #1300 of 4479
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BQ didn't help me at all


I love those fans..
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