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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 #3071 of 4473
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Originally Posted by RyanEl View Post


It depends on if you want to run a positive pressure system. If you do want positive pressure you need the intakes at a higher rpm than your exhaust. Im not sure what kind of difference you are expecting to see.. If you looking for a noticeable drop of temp on components then you need more than fans, but the fans are a start to get that hot air moved out of your rig.

Hope this helps.
I'm just looking for a little moving air. Temps are ok, they are far better than the old case that I was running but I do notice my graphics card running in the 78-80 range. I just don't think those front fans are moving much. Just looking for a little better cooling until I get an AIO for the CPU and better graphics card.

Are there fans that work better in this case than SP120s?
post #3072 of 4473
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Originally Posted by HardcoreMango View Post

I'm just looking for a little moving air. Temps are ok, they are far better than the old case that I was running but I do notice my graphics card running in the 78-80 range. I just don't think those front fans are moving much. Just looking for a little better cooling until I get an AIO for the CPU and better graphics card.

Are there fans that work better in this case than SP120s?

There are other fans very similar to the sp120 performance, they are just popular do to their asthetics and easy availability. Anything with 45+ cfm and 2-3.5 static pressure rating will be better than the stock intakes
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I've recently bought the Corsair C70 and I'm not really impressed with it and will be returning it shortly. Which means I'm back to square one.

I spotted the H440 over on Reddit (battlestations) today and it looked fantastic. I'm in the process of putting together a training system (IT Professional) which is going to have to cope with heavy usage. It will be used to run a fairly large virtual environment consisting of upto 20 Virtual machines.

Whilst I don't have a set components list it's going to be along the lines of:

Intel i7-5820K Extreme
64GB DDR4
2 SSDs (RAID0)
3 SSDs (RAID1)

Graphics card wise I'm not too sure. I'll be running multiple desktops across a three monitor setup and occasionally playing Command & Conquer.

However I'm concerned that the airflow performance of the H440 won't be good enough to cool this kind of setup.
post #3074 of 4473
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Originally Posted by johnbradbury View Post

I've recently bought the Corsair C70 and I'm not really impressed with it and will be returning it shortly. Which means I'm back to square one.

I spotted the H440 over on Reddit (battlestations) today and it looked fantastic. I'm in the process of putting together a training system (IT Professional) which is going to have to cope with heavy usage. It will be used to run a fairly large virtual environment consisting of upto 20 Virtual machines.

Whilst I don't have a set components list it's going to be along the lines of:

Intel i7-5820K Extreme
64GB DDR4
2 SSDs (RAID0)
3 SSDs (RAID1)

Graphics card wise I'm not too sure. I'll be running multiple desktops across a three monitor setup and occasionally playing Command & Conquer.

However I'm concerned that the airflow performance of the H440 won't be good enough to cool this kind of setup.

Do you plan to air cool or water cool? Guessing air or a CLC for cpu based on constant usage?

For the Mobo I'd reccomend the x99 Asus Deluxe or Pro, or the x99 Gigabyte Gaming 5/7 or the x99 Msi Mpower

Go with reference design 970 or 980's sli if wanted/ needed for the virtual machines, great power and efficient heat and energy wise. You'll have enough space on a full atx board for probably 1st and 3rd x16 gpu pci slotting arrangement based on mobo.

You could easily do a radiator grill mod even if your air cooling to one or both panels to make perfect airflow/noise ratio. Let me know if you need help/ guidance with that.

If you go with a CLC for the 5820k, I'd get the kraken x61 or the newly released corsair h110i seen at CES, if you go with an air cooler there are good options that fit the h440 as well!
Edited by sgtgates - 1/8/15 at 2:53pm
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post #3075 of 4473
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I'm just looking for a little moving air. Temps are ok, they are far better than the old case that I was running but I do notice my graphics card running in the 78-80 range. I just don't think those front fans are moving much. Just looking for a little better cooling until I get an AIO for the CPU and better graphics card.

Are there fans that work better in this case than SP120s?

Look into eLoops... Thats what im going to be upgrading to.
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post #3076 of 4473
Hey,im new in casemoding but i bought a nzxt h630 and wante to build a psu shroud.Could anyone help me ? Dies anyone know how big it has to be ? I saw a picture oft a shroud so if you habe and information pls answer me
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post #3078 of 4473


So I've made a layout to begin running tubing with and will be posting some ideas. I'm open to feedback and would appreciate it if you took 3 minutes and drew in tubing/told me what layout is better for cpu & vrm (its a n asus formula) thanks in advance.
post #3079 of 4473
hey guys. about to be new to the club, was wondering if anybody tried getting 2 separate 140 coolers in the front? I currently have a h90 id use with the g10 and would get an x41 that I can change to green to match my razer version with some led strips. I think it would look baller if both could be on the front and I can get max cooling for both components on intake. push/pull too!
    
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post #3080 of 4473
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Nice white theme.
The cable layout in 10x better then mine. Are you only running off 1ssd? Or did i somehow miss your hdd?
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