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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 #901 of 4479
Hey guys, I'm thinking of getting this case. If I add a 4770k, gtx780, 1 HD, and 1 SSD all at stock with a 212 evo are the case fans that come with the case enough to keep this bad boy cool? Or, do I need better fans?
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post #902 of 4479
Quote:
Originally Posted by Waleh View Post

Hey guys, I'm thinking of getting this case. If I add a 4770k, gtx780, 1 HD, and 1 SSD all at stock with a 212 evo are the case fans that come with the case enough to keep this bad boy cool? Or, do I need better fans?

Which case are you looking at, the H630, H440 or the H230?
post #903 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

Which case are you looking at, the H630, H440 or the H230?

Sorry, I forgot this thread dealt with multiple cases. I was referring to the H440
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post #904 of 4479
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Sorry, I forgot this thread dealt with multiple cases. I was referring to the H440

I personally run an overclocked sli setup with a 3570k also overclocked, 2 HDD and 2 ssd, with the 4 stock fans and 2 extra on top with the CM n520, and my system runs very cool. At normal gaming and every day loads I'm only in the high 50s low 60s. So stock fans for. Stock system is well sufficient
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post #905 of 4479
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Waleh View Post

Sorry, I forgot this thread dealt with multiple cases. I was referring to the H440

You'll be just fine my man! Look forward to seeing your build
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post #906 of 4479
I'm thinking of putting a piece of black mesh screen in the case to cover the HDD bay in my 440, To cover any remaining visible cables. Thoughts on air restriction? Obviously I can try it out and see how my temps differ but any expectations? And how should I clean my window? I can't get it clean enough!
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post #907 of 4479
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Originally Posted by JRado View Post

*snip*

I feel now that the front 3 x 120 fans are more than adequate for this case, I will move the fans to the mobo fan headers when time permits via 4pin Y splitters. This will allow even quieter operation even though it's pretty darn quite already with then running @ 100% off the fan splitter built on back of the mobo tray, you can hear refrigerator and other back round noise more than PC under normal conditions.

It's that quiet? Geez I might have to get this a little sooner than April, that sounds fantastic!
post #908 of 4479
Finally got around to taking a decent pic tonight now that I have some lighting - I have to join others in saying how much I enjoy the low noise level of this case. I only have a single SSD in there which helps, and along with the fan upgrades it's quiet enough that I hear things in my office I didn't before :-) When gaming I it barely gets any louder...i'm still watching temps and when I get around to getting some new thermal compound will measure again. This is for sure the easiest case i've ever used to make things look nice and clean. Wish the last 3 builds I did were this simple. Maybe I can make the FB page! :-)


Edited by Myrr - 3/14/14 at 12:06am
post #909 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Myrr View Post

Finally got around to taking a decent pic tonight now that I have some lighting - I have to join others in saying how much I enjoy the low noise level of this case. I only have a single SSD in there which helps, and along with the fan upgrades it's quiet enough that I hear things in my office I didn't before :-) When gaming I it barely gets any louder...i'm still watching temps and when I get around to getting some new thermal compound will measure again. This is for sure the easiest case i've ever used to make things look nice and clean. Wish the last 3 builds I did were this simple. Maybe I can make the FB page! :-)


did you go with corsair AF or SP for the front and rear fan? and was it 12 or 14 cm?
It's just RANDOM
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It's just RANDOM
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post #910 of 4479
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Originally Posted by Myrr View Post

Finally got around to taking a decent pic tonight now that I have some lighting - I have to join others in saying how much I enjoy the low noise level of this case. I only have a single SSD in there which helps, and along with the fan upgrades it's quiet enough that I hear things in my office I didn't before :-) When gaming I it barely gets any louder...i'm still watching temps and when I get around to getting some new thermal compound will measure again. This is for sure the easiest case i've ever used to make things look nice and clean. Wish the last 3 builds I did were this simple. Maybe I can make the FB page! :-)


That looks really good. Well done.
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