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NZXT H440

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by fps miser, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. fps miser

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    Specs:
    NZXT H440
    Corsair H110 (2x 140mm fan) cooling
    i5 3570k @ 4.4GHz
    4x4 16gb Corsair Vengeance RAM
    ASUS GTX 770
    Gigabyte Z77-UP4TH
    120GB OCZ Agility 3
    1TB HDD
    OCZ ZX-850w (PSU)
    3x 120mm fans front
    2x 140mm fans top
    1x 140mm fan rear

    Mods:
    NZXT LED lighting kit,
    Bitfenix Alchemy Cables,
    3M Di-Noc 'Carbon Fiber' for motherboard I/O

    First gaming rig build, very open to comments/critique/suggestions. I haven't seen many people do this, but I decided to cover up the motherboard I/O with 3M's 'carbon fiber' film, and overall I think it looks pretty good. I plan on getting a second 770 sometime in the future and better SSD's to replace the aging Agility 3, and to fill in the spot next to it.

    Other thoughts about the case: Worked with a few other cases and never thought much of it, but this case is incredible and solidly built. It can be difficult to maneuver the LED's with such a huge side panel, but well worth it.
     
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  2. 20mmrain

    20mmrain

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    I gave you a six because its your first gaming computer build. While there are not many mods to speak of, I appreciate you took the time to color match your components and get cable extensions. Plus I enjoyed the fact that you used the film to cover the ugly I/O Metal.

    Suggestion you should have used more of the film to cover your SSD. The green kind of sticks out against the white.

    Other than that....Keep up the great work.
     

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