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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% (51)
    Add the S340, alter the club name to add "S" line, because their similar products
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post #1921 of 4482
At first I was like "Hey spoiler that!" and then it gets quoted.

Not even mad. This is beautiful. Well done! biggrin.gif
post #1922 of 4482
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Can I be part of the club










Nice Rig! Welcome to the club!
post #1923 of 4482
Absolutely Awesome..best white&black theme I have seen in a long time..kudos to you sir.
post #1924 of 4482
You're a very daring man, putting it on the balustrade like that.XD
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post #1925 of 4482
No Risk, No Glory rig biggrin.gif
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At first I was like "Hey spoiler that!" and then it gets quoted.

Not even mad. This is beautiful. Well done! biggrin.gif

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Nice Rig! Welcome to the club!

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Absolutely Awesome..best white&black theme I have seen in a long time..kudos to you sir.

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You're a very daring man, putting it on the balustrade like that.XD

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No Risk, No Glory rig biggrin.gif

Thanks for the compliments tongue.gif

Now I got a question as you can see i'm still running a z77 board/2500k cpu which is holding back my ti's. Should I jump to x79/2011 socket?. Is there an x79 that will fit in the case? X99?
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post #1927 of 4482
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Thanks for the compliments tongue.gif

Now I got a question as you can see i'm still running a z77 board/2500k cpu which is holding back my ti's. Should I jump to x79/2011 socket?. Is there an x79 that will fit in the case? X99?

If you want to wait a bit, X99 will integrate DDR4 wink.gif (even if I don't know if it's worth yet)

ATX X79:

ASUS X79 DELUXE (LGA 2011, Intel X79, ATX)
ASUS Sabertooth X79 (LGA 2011, Intel X79, ATX)
AsRock X79 EXTREME9 (LGA 2011, Intel X79, ATX) (Nice look)
AsRock X79 Extreme4 (LGA 2011, Intel X79, ATX)

Found one mATX one:

ASUS R.O.G. Rampage IV Gene (LGA 2011, Intel X79, µATX)
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post #1928 of 4482
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Thanks for the compliments tongue.gif

Now I got a question as you can see i'm still running a z77 board/2500k cpu which is holding back my ti's. Should I jump to x79/2011 socket?. Is there an x79 that will fit in the case? X99?

You really dont need to go to 2011 to get all the power out of your ti's, I would go with this, ASUS SABERTOOTH Z97 MARK1 LGA 1150, and a 4790k devils canyon. This will be a good boost and max out those cards just fine, also not have to wait for the ddr4 on the new 2011 chipset, which really ddr3 is still not being used to its full potential so I would wait until it proves itself in a year or two or more down the road
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post #1929 of 4482
So I just purchased an H440 before I changed my mind on how I want to cool my next system. I'm having second thoughts on the case and am considering sending it back. Before I do I wanted to hear from people who have some experience with watercooling the case.

I currently have a 220 rad but want to upgrade to an XSPC RX360 Radiator. Does anyone have experience with this rad in this case? Ideally I would like to use both rads but I'm afraid of losing all my HD bays. I use an ssd and 2 3.5 inch drives. I know I could easily mount the ssd elsewhere but would there still be room to mount the hard drives?
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So I just purchased an H440 before I changed my mind on how I want to cool my next system. I'm having second thoughts on the case and am considering sending it back. Before I do I wanted to hear from people who have some experience with watercooling the case.

I currently have a 220 rad but want to upgrade to an XSPC RX360 Radiator. Does anyone have experience with this rad in this case? Ideally I would like to use both rads but I'm afraid of losing all my HD bays. I use an ssd and 2 3.5 inch drives. I know I could easily mount the ssd elsewhere but would there still be room to mount the hard drives?


there is a 3.5 mount on the bottom of the case on the floor and if you have the 240 rad up front you should be able to keep one tray in to have 2 3.5 drives. the 440 has 2 SSD months on the PSU cage. also i would advise getting a 35mm or less 360 rad for the top like the st30 360.


big question is what pump and res are you using.
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