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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 #721 of 4479
Not really, its about 70 in my apartment. Just the fact that I was running a stress test on the gpu (its under water as well) and having extremely low rpm noctua fans under the panels with only one exhaust just made it heat up quite a bit. At least that's my assumption. i tried for a short duration again about 5 minutes per test.

Panels on: Gpu: 42 ; Core 1 High: 80 Rest of Cores around 75
Panels off: Gpu: 39 Core 1 High: 75 rest of cores around 70

~All done with no lna adapters and fans at full speed as well as the pump at level 5(the highest)
post #722 of 4479
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Not really, its about 70 in my apartment. Just the fact that I was running a stress test on the gpu (its under water as well) and having extremely low rpm noctua fans under the panels with only one exhaust just made it heat up quite a bit. At least that's my assumption. i tried for a short duration again about 5 minutes per test.

Panels on: Gpu: 42 ; Core 1 High: 80 Rest of Cores around 75
Panels off: Gpu: 39 Core 1 High: 75 rest of cores around 70

~All done with no lna adapters and fans at full speed as well as the pump at level 5(the highest)

Yeah I recommend full rpm unless it's panel modded in these cases, just roo much restriction: /
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post #723 of 4479
Just had a horrible realization. My motherboard is E-ATX and it won't fit H440 sad-smiley-002.gif Because of this:



I had no idea that EATX would be problem because Fractal Arc Midi I use at the moment supports it despite being mid-tower.

Fortunately shop didn't send the case yet. All my plans go back to square one.

Edit: does someone own H440 and motherboard that's similar to the Asrock Z77 OC Formula size? This board has 6 pci-e slots like normal ATX ones but it's wider, I worry it will hit that cable grommet metal. Once again, this could've been solved by making the case very slightly longer.
Edited by Seid Dark - 3/7/14 at 9:51pm
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post #725 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Seid Dark View Post

Just had a horrible realization. My motherboard is E-ATX and it won't fit H440 sad-smiley-002.gif Because of this:



I had no idea that EATX would be problem because Fractal Arc Midi I use at the moment supports it despite being mid-tower.

Fortunately shop didn't send the case yet. All my plans go back to square one.

Edit: does someone own H440 and motherboard that's similar to the Asrock Z77 OC Formula size? This board has 6 pci-e slots like normal ATX ones but it's wider, I worry it will hit that cable grommet metal. Once again, this could've been solved by making the case very slightly longer.

I read on another forum that someone didnt have trouble fitting their Maximus V Formula, which is an EATX. He had to take the grommets out and tape the bare metal with electrical tape though.

One way to find out?
post #726 of 4479
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I read on another forum that someone didnt have trouble fitting their Maximus V Formula, which is an EATX. He had to take the grommets out and tape the bare metal with electrical tape though.

One way to find out?
I just compared specs between that MVF and OC Formula. MVF is 12" x 10.1" and OC Formula is 12" x 10.5". I'm not sure even electrical tape would help in this situation. Still, thanks for the info smile.gif
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post #727 of 4479
Seid Dark I almost made the same mistake. Wanted to update to the z77 oc from the z77 x4 almost did but I am planning on upgrading. I am glad that this has been brought to light for me. Do keep us informed though if you do get it to fit. I would really like to know.
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post #728 of 4479
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Well it is finally official, I can be added to the owners list. I finally received mine yesterday.
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Despite everything that went down with this order, I would like to thank Ryan C. @ NZXT for stepping up to the plate and making things right!

Just waiting on some AF140's to throw in to finish off the red/black look.

Let me know what you guys think i should name it. I thought of black widow , but it seems cheesy as heck!

Yeez. I also want to be part of this club! Next weekend maybe if all goes well! How's Devil's Pond for a nmae? wink.gif
post #729 of 4479
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Hahaha, Phibz. I saw NZXT post your build on their facebook page. I was like "Hey, he finally got is case!"

Your build looks like the evil twin of my white/black build, except the thermal armor on that ASUS board kills my regular old motherboard. If ASUS ever makes a motherboard with thermal armor without any color accents, I'd be all over it. Thinking about it, Evil Twin would actually be a cool name for it. But then you would have to explain about the weirdo on OCN telling you to name it Evil Twin.

And hopentethking's build looks like ours had a baby.

Excited to see some other H440s coming in finally, everything looks really great. It's so easy to make clean looking builds in this case; I haven't seen a messy H440 yet.

In a week or so I bet you will see someone messing up a H440... wink.gif At least I hope I get the chance to!
post #730 of 4479
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I got my H440 biggrin.gif
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