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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 #991 of 4478
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Originally Posted by arvidab View Post

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.

My plan, if I go for a H630, was to remove the ODD cage in order to offset the front rad and squeeze in a 240cm. :-)
post #992 of 4478
Just wanted to ask if the H440's PSU shroud is removable or can be dremeled without much issue.
post #993 of 4478
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Originally Posted by DreadyDK View Post

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




Howdy, I was curious about your water cooling setup.
What config have you got your fans (Push/Pull) and which way is you loop running (pump/res/rad/cpu/gpu/gpu/res)

Just looking for advice as I start my build next week.

Cheers.
post #994 of 4478
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Originally Posted by TheBloodEagle View Post

Just wanted to ask if the H440's PSU shroud is removable or can be dremeled without much issue.

I'll post the pic of the case fully torn apart again. Both the psu cover and the front cage come out with about 12 rivets apiece.



Here is the front and bottom with no cage or psu during mock-up and measurements. That is a 45mm 360 rad and the res is 60mm in dia. With Push/Pull, I'm over by 15mm or so if I leave the psu cover in place...


Edited by Tweakin - 3/20/14 at 9:00am
post #995 of 4478
Quote:
Originally Posted by CHD81 View Post

Howdy, I was curious about your water cooling setup.
What config have you got your fans (Push/Pull) and which way is you loop running (pump/res/rad/cpu/gpu/gpu/res)

Just looking for advice as I start my build next week.

Cheers.

Everything is PUSH.

Res -> Pump -> 360 -> GPU's -> CPU -> 240 -> Res

Always Res -> Pump , rest of the loop ordre don't matter that much on temps imo. (No watercooling guru)
I allways plan loop after the best looking tube runs.
post #996 of 4478
Quote:
Originally Posted by DreadyDK View Post

Everything is PUSH.

Res -> Pump -> 360 -> GPU's -> CPU -> 240 -> Res

Always Res -> Pump , rest of the loop ordre don't matter that much on temps imo. (No watercooling guru)
I allways plan loop after the best looking tube runs.


I thought so. So running from GPU to CPU shouldn't make much difference in temps?
I was always under the impression that you should go from CPU to GPU so that that CPU gets the coolest liquid first.
However this will be my first water-cooled rig so im still doing the research.
post #997 of 4478
Still tossing up whether to get the white or black case. If I was to get the white I would want to paint the interior black to hied the holes and edges.
Hence why I like the black one.
post #998 of 4478
okay i gotta ask a question... i saw some local page advertising h440 build.. .and on that page, the build uses nzxt hue on the h440...
is there a way to put nzxt hue inside h440 and hide it after i set it up or smthn...?
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Intel i5-4570 MSI H87-G43 Gaming MSI R9-270x Corsair 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
WD Red OCZ Vector 150 Noctua NH-U12s Windows 8 
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Dell U2312HM Filco Majestouch 2 Superflower Golden Silent Mionix Naos 5000 
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Artisan El Cheapo de los Speaker 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5-4570 MSI H87-G43 Gaming MSI R9-270x Corsair 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
WD Red OCZ Vector 150 Noctua NH-U12s Windows 8 
MonitorKeyboardPowerMouse
Dell U2312HM Filco Majestouch 2 Superflower Golden Silent Mionix Naos 5000 
Mouse PadAudio
Artisan El Cheapo de los Speaker 
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post #999 of 4478
yes it can be hidden away inside the h440.
post #1000 of 4478
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Originally Posted by rovopio View Post

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

I'm happy at least someone enjoyed it! Thanks! thumb.gif

Now it's unboxed:



So next step is to figure out an assembly strategy! smile.gif

And, oh yes, some got badges I got candy... suites me better. wink.gif Thanks whoever put it there (suspect Casking in Germany as it was German candy...)

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