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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
142 Total Votes  
post #3941 of 4481
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Originally Posted by Mr-WooT View Post

well i will not do a custom loop (thats for sure) tongue.gif
sound arent really an issue for me though.

but would it be "safe" to SLI the gigabyte 970 G1 ?, if i end up doing that

my current case (corsair 450D) got the following temps at the moment
case front: 23c
case top back (at the back exsaust) 28c (never been over 36c when i've checked during hot summerdays and load)
GPU 26-30c idle - 57c after a bit of gaming
CPU 25-30c idle - 45c after a bit of gaming

You have the version with the clean front side or the high airflow version? I'm still doubting between the 450D vs h440.
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post #3942 of 4481
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Originally Posted by sinholueiro View Post

You have the version with the clean front side or the high airflow version? I'm still doubting between the 450D vs h440.

my 450D got airflow front (seems to pull a nice amount of air,
actually love the case, just have some issues with space for my drives, and a potential extra GPU... darn that long Gigabyte GPU xD
post #3943 of 4481

Here she is now, not loving the tubing placement tho
post #3944 of 4481
Well moved from my old AIO to a custom loop I just finished in my H440, couldnt be happier. Personally, it was a struggle and I would either go with a bigger case next time or not get a 360MM in the front and go 2x240 or 2x280 instead.

Either way its all done and here are the pics.

Loop specs are:

EKWB D5 PWM Pump
EKWB Reservoir
EKWB 240MM PE Rad
EKWB 360MM PE Rad
EKWB Compression fittings
EKWB GTX980Ti ASUS Strix Water block
EKWB Supremacy EVO Copper CPU block
XSPC Temp probe
Primochill Clear 10/13mm piping
6 x ThermalTake RIING RGB 256 Fans

PC Specs:
Gigabyte Z97x Gaming 7
I7 - 4690k @ 5.0Ghz
ASUS GTX980Ti +100mhz core +400mhz memory
PNY XLR8 2x8GB 2133Mhz Ram
EVGA 850G2
NZXT H440
2 x 240GB SSD Raid 0

Before w/ AIO cooler:



After with custom loop:



post #3945 of 4481
The gigabyte g1 970 will fit fine but you cant have the hard drive right where the card is because it is too long, If you need all 5 hdd trays then I'd look at another case but if you need only a couple ssd's and maybe 3 hdd's then it should work in 2x sli but I'd also look at other cases with more airflow like the fractal design define s or r5. After I bought my h440 the define s came out and I wish I had one..
post #3946 of 4481
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Originally Posted by bsquadleader View Post

The gigabyte g1 970 will fit fine but you cant have the hard drive right where the card is because it is too long, If you need all 5 hdd trays then I'd look at another case but if you need only a couple ssd's and maybe 3 hdd's then it should work in 2x sli but I'd also look at other cases with more airflow like the fractal design define s or r5. After I bought my h440 the define s came out and I wish I had one..

i don't like the looks of fractal's cases at all, then i like my corsair 450D way better, just got issues to SLI the GPU, when i got the drive cage in (wich i need for my 3 3.5"..)
- i would rather go for the noctis 450 from nzxt then since it's basicly the H440 merged with a phantom case. (just sad its not so "minimalistic" as the H440 or corsair 450D)
Edited by Mr-WooT - 10/24/15 at 4:28am
post #3947 of 4481
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Originally Posted by Mr-WooT View Post

i don't like the looks of fractal's cases at all, then i like my corsair 450D way better, just got issues to SLI the GPU, when i got the drive cage in (wich i need for my 3 3.5"..)
- i would rather go for the noctis 450 from nzxt then since it's basicly the H440 merged with a phantom case. (just sad its not so "minimalistic" as the H440 or corsair 450D)
Lol I bought a Define R5 after Nzxt refused to honour the warranty on my H440 for the motherboard side panel and front panel
Edited by Wovermars1996 - 10/24/15 at 4:42am
post #3948 of 4481
Are the top and front panel of the noctis compatible with the h440? Thought it would be easier and cleaner to just swap them...
post #3949 of 4481
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Originally Posted by HatallaS View Post

Are the top and front panel of the noctis compatible with the h440? Thought it would be easier and cleaner to just swap them...

the H440 and Noctis 450 are basicly the same case,,, only diffrent front, top and side panel. otherwise the same case smile.gif (noctis being the airflow model and H440 the silent), so i would think you can swap the front and top -> but might be easier just to by the noctis and use that instead of the H440 ?
post #3950 of 4481
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Originally Posted by Mr-WooT View Post

the H440 and Noctis 450 are basicly the same case,,, only diffrent front, top and side panel. otherwise the same case smile.gif (noctis being the airflow model and H440 the silent), so i would think you can swap the front and top -> but might be easier just to by the noctis and use that instead of the H440 ?
The power button and usb ports on the top are in a different location on the Noctis from the H440 so you could theoretically use the front panel but not the top panel.
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