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post #21 of 2755 (permalink) Old 02-07-2015, 10:41 AM
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HeliXpc go over to your profile and fill out your system. Example below.

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Motherboard
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RAM
Crucial Ballistix Tactical 16GB BLT2K8G3D1608ET3LX0
Hard Drive
Crucial M4 256GB
Hard Drive
Crucial MX100 512GB
Hard Drive
Corsair F115 120GB
Hard Drive
HGST 5K1000 1TB
Hard Drive
WD Green 2TB
Power Supply
Corsair AX760
Cooling
Cryorig C1 + XT140
Case
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Operating System
Win10 Home
Monitor
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Keyboard
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Mouse
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Mousepad
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Audio
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Plantronics RIG500
Other
Noctua NT-H1 (CPU/GPU)
Other
3x 140mm Noctua NF-P14s Redux 1200rpm PWM
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Been thinking about getting the white one but not sure because of the way the hard drives are mounted. Are there any noise/vibration issues?

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post #23 of 2755 (permalink) Old 02-08-2015, 05:01 AM
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I do not have vibration issues at all. I added some 2mm thick foam padding on each side of my HDD.

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GPU
EVGA GTX1060 6GB
RAM
Crucial Ballistix Tactical 16GB BLT2K8G3D1608ET3LX0
Hard Drive
Crucial M4 256GB
Hard Drive
Crucial MX100 512GB
Hard Drive
Corsair F115 120GB
Hard Drive
HGST 5K1000 1TB
Hard Drive
WD Green 2TB
Power Supply
Corsair AX760
Cooling
Cryorig C1 + XT140
Case
NZXT S340 White
Operating System
Win10 Home
Monitor
BenQ GW2765
Monitor
ASUS VE278Q
Keyboard
CM Storm Trigger Brown Switch
Mouse
Logitech G500
Mousepad
HAVIT HV-MP830
Audio
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Superlux 668B Headphone
Audio
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3x 140mm Noctua NF-P14s Redux 1200rpm PWM
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Oh there is space in the HDD cage to add foam or rubber? Good to know, thought the hard drive would sit directly on the metal.

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There is little space. Was more than enough so the metals do not touch.

CPU
Intel 3770k @ 4.2Ghz
Motherboard
Asus Z77 Sabertooth
GPU
EVGA GTX1060 6GB
RAM
Crucial Ballistix Tactical 16GB BLT2K8G3D1608ET3LX0
Hard Drive
Crucial M4 256GB
Hard Drive
Crucial MX100 512GB
Hard Drive
Corsair F115 120GB
Hard Drive
HGST 5K1000 1TB
Hard Drive
WD Green 2TB
Power Supply
Corsair AX760
Cooling
Cryorig C1 + XT140
Case
NZXT S340 White
Operating System
Win10 Home
Monitor
BenQ GW2765
Monitor
ASUS VE278Q
Keyboard
CM Storm Trigger Brown Switch
Mouse
Logitech G500
Mousepad
HAVIT HV-MP830
Audio
Audiotrak Prodigy Cube DAC
Audio
Edifier S330D 2.1 Speaker
Audio
Superlux 668B Headphone
Audio
Plantronics RIG500
Other
Noctua NT-H1 (CPU/GPU)
Other
3x 140mm Noctua NF-P14s Redux 1200rpm PWM
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Well I figured I could post a pic of mine. I plan to add some sleeved extensions soon to hide the yellow cables, but I think the rest will stay as-is for quite a while. Love the airflow in this case, cools extremely well and is only a little bit bigger than my mATX Acer OEM case.

Here are the specs:

- MSI X99S SLI Plus
- i7 5820k @ 4500mhz 1.295V
- 16GB Crucial 2400mhz DDR4
- Cooler Master Glacer 240L
- PNY 240GB SSD
- Seagate 3TB HDD
- Nvidia GTX 970 Reference card
- Rosewill Capstone 550W PSU
- 3x GT AP-14's, 1x Noctua NF-P14 redux
- NZXT S340 Black


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Quick question though, how is having steel armor in skyrim like having an ipad in world war 2? If the U.S stormed normandy with ipads i'm pretty sure we would all be speaking german about now.


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Well I figured I could post a pic of mine. I plan to add some sleeved extensions soon to hide the yellow cables, but I think the rest will stay as-is for quite a while. Love the airflow in this case, cools extremely well and is only a little bit bigger than my mATX Acer OEM case.

Here are the specs:

- MSI X99S SLI Plus
- i7 5820k @ 4500mhz 1.295V
- 16GB Crucial 2400mhz DDR4
- Cooler Master Glacer 240L
- PNY 240GB SSD
- Seagate 3TB HDD
- Nvidia GTX 970 Reference card
- Rosewill Capstone 550W PSU
- 3x GT AP-14's, 1x Noctua NF-P14 redux
- NZXT S340 Black
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Very nice to see Glacier/H220 fit in the front. I would suggest you redo the loop. Flip to have the res on top and extend the tubing so you can reach or add a GPU block to make tubing easier.
This will eliminate the bubbles going and staying in the pump. Over time, that will be an issue.

CPU
Intel 3770k @ 4.2Ghz
Motherboard
Asus Z77 Sabertooth
GPU
EVGA GTX1060 6GB
RAM
Crucial Ballistix Tactical 16GB BLT2K8G3D1608ET3LX0
Hard Drive
Crucial M4 256GB
Hard Drive
Crucial MX100 512GB
Hard Drive
Corsair F115 120GB
Hard Drive
HGST 5K1000 1TB
Hard Drive
WD Green 2TB
Power Supply
Corsair AX760
Cooling
Cryorig C1 + XT140
Case
NZXT S340 White
Operating System
Win10 Home
Monitor
BenQ GW2765
Monitor
ASUS VE278Q
Keyboard
CM Storm Trigger Brown Switch
Mouse
Logitech G500
Mousepad
HAVIT HV-MP830
Audio
Audiotrak Prodigy Cube DAC
Audio
Edifier S330D 2.1 Speaker
Audio
Superlux 668B Headphone
Audio
Plantronics RIG500
Other
Noctua NT-H1 (CPU/GPU)
Other
3x 140mm Noctua NF-P14s Redux 1200rpm PWM
Other
1x 120mm Noctua NF-S12B Redux 1200rpm PWM
Other
NZXT 2m Sleeved White LED
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Very nice to see Glacier/H220 fit in the front. I would suggest you redo the loop. Flip to have the res on top and extend the tubing so you can reach or add a GPU block to make tubing easier.
This will eliminate the bubbles going and staying in the pump. Over time, that will be an issue.

It fits great, probably 3mm to spare. I didn't put it the way you suggest for exactly that reason, the 970 just got in the rig tonight and I plan to take it all apart again and add a 3rd radiator to the back and a GPU block so I just stuck it in how it would fit easily for now (the tubes are so long it is nearly impossible to make it fit nicely the other way around).

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Quick question though, how is having steel armor in skyrim like having an ipad in world war 2? If the U.S stormed normandy with ipads i'm pretty sure we would all be speaking german about now.


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I was planning on using the S340 in white on my next build. I have a question, how dirty does it get? I clean my PC every 2 months and with a black case, I see some dust inside the case.
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I was planning on using the S340 in white on my next build. I have a question, how dirty does it get? I clean my PC every 2 months and with a black case, I see some dust inside the case.
The front filter is awsome at catching the dust, you can prob get away woth cleaning the interior once every 2 months, but you have to clean the filters more often than that.
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