I do not need some case soo big, a case that i can easily hit the power button on top and should be enough as long its a good ATX Case that has easy cable management were do i even start with that?I'm not sure but its possible.
The S340 is much more modern than the S210 since the S340 has a side window, no 5 1/4 bays, and a psu shroud, unlike the S210.
The NZXT H500 is the successor to the s340 or s340 elite.
What is the best cheap or non cheap filter since PSU going facing down on CARPET. This is just to avoid dirt from going into PSU.First, rule out ultra cheap cases. They skimp on cable managment and airflow.
Look for airflow reviews of the case to see the temperatures vs other cases.
No OverlcockWell, usually the case has to support filters since the filters slide onto tracks in the case.
You could use magnetic filters.
By leaving RGB Led on the AMD Prism Cooler..it would make it slightly hotter and making it harder to cool of heat in the case?Not really.
The large heatsynce utilizing heatpipes on the wraith prism can dissipate more heat than the intels puny aluminium heatsync, making the stock wraith fan only need to spin at a lower rpm on chips with simmilar heat outputs
The amd stock coolers are actually lower pitched and perceivably quieter compared to intel.
As i already know the Ryzen 7 3700X going be people popkuar choice over 3800X...I think the 3700X would use more power for performance and fan would be louder than 2700X. Is that good fort he case that you have a in mind?Rgb leds are efficient. They dont get that hot.
Have you looked at the tdps? 7nm makes upcoming models more efficient. You could wait 2 days for thermals and noise testing on the new chips if you believe contrary.
Both have the rgb wraith prism.
Concidering AMD sticks to their tdps unlike another large cpu manufacturer (cough cough team blue), the R7 3700x should run cooler, perform better, and be quieter than the 2700x.
Buddy, I hate to break it to you but you are wrong....Buddy, i hate to break it too you, but you are wrong. While some cases with a bottom mounted psu may allow you to face the fan upwards, it doesnt make sense so the s340 doesnt allow this.
The fan up would make the psu blow hot air directly up on your video card and not actually exhaust the air.
I have an nzxt s340 hosting my main pc, so i know its ins and outs. The only venting on the cage directly on top of the psu is the tiny holes drilled for 2.5 in drives. The psu is not intended to face up, so there is not path for the air other than the vents by the front of the cage, blocked by the hard drive bays.
Btw, we all can read your messages without the unneeded large font.