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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 #1321 of 4478
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Originally Posted by sgtgates View Post

Lol idc if any one copy's my ideas, just means the were pleasing to others! Good luck with your design, I sure it works great. This build of mine was meant to be subtle yet bold, so my other rig will have small extravagant cuts. Let me know if you need and dremel or cutting ticks/techniques. thumb.gif



You never know I might take you up on that offer, I'm sure you could do a lot better than I could, but the again I want the challenge. Still trying to figure out exactly how I can pull of the look I'm aiming for without destorying the case. I guess this is what makes modding fun, because I'm enjoying failed/awsome sketching I'm doing on the case even though it has yet to arrive.
Edited by stickyickyooo - 4/12/14 at 4:24pm
post #1322 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Ghost12 View Post

Thanks, currently have an Ex240 in my phantom roof, will plan a nice 360 for the front of the 440 now.

As Sgtgates mentioned and depending on your top rad, you can fit any size rad in the front with the limitations that you have a total distance of 150mm from the front of the case to the PSU cover. I have pictures posted in this thread showing my top 360 (30mm alphacool ST-30) and front 360 (45mm alphacool XT-45) and the clearance at the top front.

Considering the limited air capacity of the vents on the covers, if you plan on hi-flow/rpm fans...you are probably going to want to open up the covers.
post #1323 of 4478
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Originally Posted by stickyickyooo View Post

You never know I might take you up on that offer, I'm sure you could do a lot better than I could, but the again I want the challenge. Still trying to figure out exactly how I can pull of the look I'm aiming for without destroying the case. I guess this is what makes modding fun, because I'm enjoying failed/awsome sketching I'm doing on the case even though it has yet to arrive.

Ya gotta start somewhere but if your need me to clean a mess up let me know lol tongue.gif

But its fun right? Cutting into precious case's, gives me a adrenaline rush thumb.gif
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post #1324 of 4478
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Originally Posted by sgtgates View Post

Ya gotta start somewhere but if your need me to clean a mess up let me know lol tongue.gif

But its fun right? Cutting into precious case's, gives me a adrenaline rush thumb.gif

That's cause you're a mod junkie!
post #1325 of 4478
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That's cause you're a mod junkie!

SHHH Its supposed to be a secret,...... cmon man! buttkick.gif
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post #1326 of 4478
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As Sgtgates mentioned and depending on your top rad, you can fit any size rad in the front with the limitations that you have a total distance of 150mm from the front of the case to the PSU cover. I have pictures posted in this thread showing my top 360 (30mm alphacool ST-30) and front 360 (45mm alphacool XT-45) and the clearance at the top front.

Considering the limited air capacity of the vents on the covers, if you plan on hi-flow/rpm fans...you are probably going to want to open up the covers.

I have the high pressure low noise Corsair sp already in my current build, they only run 500rpm usually, be having six on the front 360 push pull, 2 enermax silent on the top 240 rad also intake and a 140mm at the rear exhaust. Made my mind up on the case for sure, definitely hard line acrylic tubing for the first time also.
post #1327 of 4478
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I have the high pressure low noise Corsair sp already in my current build, they only run 500rpm usually, be having six on the front 360 push pull, 2 enermax silent on the top 240 rad also intake and a 140mm at the rear exhaust. Made my mind up on the case for sure, definitely hard line acrylic tubing for the first time also.

Nice, yeah i'm going hard acrylic whenever my formula z and 8350 get moved on to my friend
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post #1328 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Ghost12 View Post

I have the high pressure low noise Corsair sp already in my current build, they only run 500rpm usually, be having six on the front 360 push pull, 2 enermax silent on the top 240 rad also intake and a 140mm at the rear exhaust. Made my mind up on the case for sure, definitely hard line acrylic tubing for the first time also.

I hope you have a small res if you are going push/pull in the front. With only 150mm of space things are going to get tight real quick...especially for your res and pump.

As for the tubing, I look forward to seeing what you can do, my OCD would rule the day I attempted acrylic.
post #1329 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

I hope you have a small res if you are going push/pull in the front. With only 150mm of space things are going to get tight real quick...especially for your res and pump.

As for the tubing, I look forward to seeing what you can do, my OCD would rule the day I attempted acrylic.

I have this Xspc/d5 pump/res already - http://www.overclock.net/g/i/1751976/img-0831-jpg/sort/display_order/ - and think with the res facing to the left, pump under the shroud and a crossflow 360 it should fit just fine, if not I can swap my d5/ek top from my wife's switch 810 Amd build and buy a tube res and maybe attach to the fans with a bracket, will see how it goes. My current quandry is the board, intending to go sli and my maximus gene is no good for that so looking at my options, want to keep the red/black theme so would prefer the Asus rog again but the Pcie spacing on most are terrible for triple slot cards like mine unless go the extreme z87 which is completely pointless imo. I have a sound card to consider for placement also, was thinking the formula z87 but dont want the sound blaster above the top gpu and spoiling the look, is hard to tell from stock pictures if the card would fit between sli. May have to abandon red/black and go gigabyte sniper and a white H440 but that is not a great colour scheme, green/black yuk lol, option options, this hobby is a pain at times.

Thanks for the advice anyway guys, will throw up some pic's when get it ready, roughly a couple of months.

Hard line tubing/h440 - decent watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaxWOjGzFvQ
Edited by Ghost12 - 4/13/14 at 4:24am
post #1330 of 4478
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

My current quandry is the board, intending to go sli and my maximus gene is no good for that so looking at my options, want to keep the red/black theme so would prefer the Asus rog again but the Pcie spacing on most are terrible for triple slot cards like mine unless go the extreme z87 which is completely pointless imo. I have a sound card to consider for placement also, was thinking the formula z87 but dont want the sound blaster above the top gpu and spoiling the look, is hard to tell from stock pictures if the card would fit between sli. May have to abandon red/black and go gigabyte sniper and a white H440 but that is not a great colour scheme, green/black yuk lol, option options, this hobby is a pain at times.
http://www.amazon.com/Asus-Rampage-IV-Edition-Motherboard/dp/B00GIZ3APS/ref=as_li_ss_til?tag=techs096-20&linkCode=w01&creativeASIN=B00GIZ3APS

And, yes it fits.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XshgY77Dju4

it's LGA 2011 though.
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