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    NZXT H440 New Edition

    A few small tweaks make this popular mid-tower solution better than ever.
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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    Is it me, or is the Fractal Define Design S just the king of cases at the moment? It's clean, very quiet, surprisingly cool, and pretty cheap. Nothing seems to compare.

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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    That's what I've been saying from the moment they revealed that case, really, the Define S is the king.

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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    I like very much the colors of a H440 New Editions, so I am wondering, if it is possible to change colors of my first black and orange H440 PC case? Just switching sides of the case would be nice ...

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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    Sure the Fractal Define S has great Case options but the NZXT H440 is much CLEANER

    Aesthetics wise - no mid tower case can touch the H440 - check my build to see for yourself -> https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/b/MrjcCJ

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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    Quote Originally Posted by Froggywoggy View Post
    Is it me, or is the Fractal Define Design S just the king of cases at the moment? It's clean, very quiet, surprisingly cool, and pretty cheap. Nothing seems to compare.
    lol yep. Almost ALWAYS use them for customer builds. If they want something cheaper then I normally go with Aerocool (surprisingly good for the monies).

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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    I have a NZXT 450 which is really a 440 with a phantom body kit and one of the reasons I bought it was the PWM fan hub. That is an excellent piece of kit and should be a standard on every case.

    I didn't get the 440 because if the poor air intake, as the review said it is somewhat stifled.

    Great case at that price.
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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    i hope to see a full anti dust proof case and pure transparent with a superb cable management..what do you think guys?

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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    I for one am pleased to see a BIG STORAGE case.. But I wonder how much air will go past your HDDs. Is the only intake under the front panel and to one side through the vents? Gonna need to really suck to get much air through. Toasty HDDs = Dead HDDs!

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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    Surprising quite a bit. I think that all 3 running produces a decent air flow. I have found a overall reduction in my temps with 4 of the HDD cages used.
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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    I prefer the Corsair 780T (white), looks more futuristic

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    Re: NZXT H440 New Edition

    Quote Originally Posted by deejayburnout View Post
    Surprising quite a bit. I think that all 3 running produces a decent air flow. I have found a overall reduction in my temps with 4 of the HDD cages used.
    Good temps with 4 or 8 HDDs then?

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