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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 #1341 of 4479
Darn,
well considering the exhaust temp I have at the moment I find it hard that it would help unless you place an exhaustfan in the back.
post #1342 of 4479
I feel your pain T-Fork.
post #1343 of 4479
I have a question for all the H440 watercoolers out there...how many of you are using dual 360's, and of those what configuration are you using, i.e. both intake, both exhaust, mixed.....

Just curious how many of us there are?
post #1344 of 4479
I think I'm gonna get some measurements in a bit, but I have an idea. Add an extra fan to the rear for exhaust. I use a m-atx board with sli. So I have my 3 bottom slots open.
So I'll measure for the size of 3 full slots, and make a back bracket/plate with a fan cut out. I'm sure an extra 80mm would fit perfectly. And lord knows i have plenty to spare. That might help move a little dead air above the SSDs. Thoughts?

Scratch the 80... i was thinking of 4 slots i guess. I suppose going to 2 50mm would fit
Edited by spacetoast31 - 4/13/14 at 7:16pm
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post #1345 of 4479
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

I have a question for all the H440 watercoolers out there...how many of you are using dual 360's, and of those what configuration are you using, i.e. both intake, both exhaust, mixed.....

Just curious how many of us there are?
I'm planning to put a 360 30mm to the top, 280 86mm (monsta) to the front, if i put two 360s, I probably need to sacrifice a Fan slot in the top.
post #1346 of 4479
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Originally Posted by emucxg View Post

I'm planning to put a 360 30mm to the top, 280 86mm (monsta) to the front, if i put two 360s, I probably need to sacrifice a Fan slot in the top.

First post...Welcome to the Forums!

Ok, so your response is a no. I would however like to see some pics of that Monsta in the front of the case...I don't think anyone has attempted that yet.
post #1347 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

I have a question for all the H440 watercoolers out there...how many of you are using dual 360's, and of those what configuration are you using, i.e. both intake, both exhaust, mixed.....

Just curious how many of us there are?

I'm using dual 30x360mm rads, where the front is intake and top exhaust.

I am thinking if it is worth the hassle to go with double intakes or not.
post #1348 of 4479
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Originally Posted by T-Fork View Post

I'm using dual 30x360mm rads, where the front is intake and top exhaust.

I am thinking if it is worth the hassle to go with double intakes or not.

I'm planning on dual exhaust due to my 45 up front. If I knew for sure I was going to mod the top and front panels, I would go dual intake. Just trying to see what other bright ideas are out there. Thanks.
post #1349 of 4479
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Originally Posted by T-Fork View Post

I'm using dual 30x360mm rads, where the front is intake and top exhaust.

I am thinking if it is worth the hassle to go with double intakes or not.
using both rads as a intakes is good, you dnt want to be cooling your components with recycled air....
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post #1350 of 4479
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using both rads as a intakes is good, you dnt want to be cooling your components with recycled air....
Well I'm not, covering up the openings on the sides with tape was the first thing I did to prevent recirculation.
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