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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 #981 of 4481
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Thanks man! Here's the unboxed version of my rig to be:



asdf

gaddamn...!! that is beautiful. thank you for the explanations for each components...
what you've described is my ultimate goal for learning about PC.
i want a quiet / fast / reliable PC.
now that i know what each PC components does and was able to build my first PC, and manage to make it quiet... the next thing i'll do is to learn about SSD cache and Raid and having a reliable backups...
looking forwarrd to you guys guidance... biggrin.gif
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post #982 of 4481
cooling is bad in this case, no air flow.
post #983 of 4481
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cooling is bad in this case, no air flow.

Stock fans I would say its fair and probably better then most oem fans that come with a case. I mounted some e-loops up front with the stock 140 in the rear and they moved lots of air through the case.
Edited by Tweakin - 3/19/14 at 4:41pm
post #984 of 4481
So, I've got a couple questions about these cases, specifically the H630 and H440 about fittings and what not:

I've got a Corsair Air 540 that I'm getting bored with (and my rez/pump doesn't fit either), it's my first custom loop, and I can't even build it inside my current case! I had pre-ordered a Corsair 760t to remedy the situation, but after the release got pushed back another month, I can't wait that long to use my desktop again.... mad.gif

Anyway, I've got 2x Alphacool ST30 280mm rads, a XSPC Photon 170 D5 Pump/Rez combo, for a CPU and GPU block. Anyway, will both of my rads + pump/rez fit into this case withOUT modding it? I do not, nor can I (don't own or want to buy tools) drill holes, cut the case etc....

I only need 2x 5.25 drive bays (one for a disc drive, and one for a fan controller) <<obviously this wouldn't apply to the H440.
And 1-2 @ 2.5, 1 @ 3.5 HDD bays.

Thanks in advance, I'd like to order a case later today.
    
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post #985 of 4481
Definitely gonna be a tight fit in the h440
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post #986 of 4481
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Originally Posted by kayan View Post

So, I've got a couple questions about these cases, specifically the H630 and H440 about fittings and what not:

I've got a Corsair Air 540 that I'm getting bored with (and my rez/pump doesn't fit either), it's my first custom loop, and I can't even build it inside my current case! I had pre-ordered a Corsair 760t to remedy the situation, but after the release got pushed back another month, I can't wait that long to use my desktop again.... mad.gif

Anyway, I've got 2x Alphacool ST30 280mm rads, a XSPC Photon 170 D5 Pump/Rez combo, for a CPU and GPU block. Anyway, will both of my rads + pump/rez fit into this case withOUT modding it? I do not, nor can I (don't own or want to buy tools) drill holes, cut the case etc....

I only need 2x 5.25 drive bays (one for a disc drive, and one for a fan controller) <<obviously this wouldn't apply to the H440.
And 1-2 @ 2.5, 1 @ 3.5 HDD bays.

Thanks in advance, I'd like to order a case later today.

It will work. I have two 360's, a 150res, 2 ssd and one 3.5 and I have already trial fitted everything in the 440. No modding would be required, but the res will be tight. You have 150mm to work with from the front of the case to the psu cover, so hopefully your res is not larger then 80mm in dia.
post #987 of 4481
Good to know Tweakin.
I'm still deciding whether to get the h440 or the H630, since there are pros and cons for both chassies. Only if the H440 had an extra few millimeters to height and length it would be a no brainer. But the H630 has the fact that it would have room for a 240mm rad in the bottom if i feel my two ST30 FC 360 cant handle future upgrades. Besides this it is just to big for my tastes, decisions decisions...
post #988 of 4481
If you put a 360 upfront, a 240 in the floor will be tight or impossible. I'm running a 60mm thick 360 with two fans on, and I would not be able to fit a 240 in there. Just a single bank of fans or a 30mm rad might make one fit, can't tell for sure.

Ah, just saw you had thin rads. Might just work in the H630.
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post #989 of 4481
does anybody here used define R4 or R3 before changing to H440...?

im asking that because im considering getting the white H440.. how glossy is the white H440? is it a subtle gloss or more like in-your-face kinda gloss?
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post #990 of 4481
So yeah got it up and runnig last night, pretty quick put together. Needed my pc up and running, still need lots of things (Cable mangement. New psu cables for GPU'er/mode ect hate the corsair pre sleeved) and AF140 for the back ect ect.

So fare this is how it looks.

Minor mods and stuff will be done over the next couple of month smile.gif



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