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The overclock seems stable. I'm worried about the temperature and voltage to achieve said overclock.



The design of the 600T allows two 120mm fans in the top compartment above the actual case. So I had this:

Hot air exhausted out
^
Exhaust fans
^
Top of case
^
Rad

The only option is to flip the fans around, which I just did. I'll test and update this thread.
Just to get this straight.

Before the flow of air was outside to inside, correct?

Your diagram shows it being set to internal intake and external exhaust.

What configuration are you using right now that you have changed your fans?
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God Damn sounds like he would have awesome temps if he were to get a better case that would support it on top :0
     
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Just to get this straight.

Before the flow of air was outside to inside, correct?

Your diagram shows it being set to internal intake and external exhaust.

What configuration are you using right now that you have changed your fans?
Sorry, just fixed the post you quoted. That's my current setup, after I flipped the fans around.
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Sorry, that's how it is setup after I flipped the fans around.
Ah, vonderful.

I have H100 too and on exhaust it runs pretty damn cool. Keep in mind I'm not using the Corsair fans and am using push pull, but still. Cools better than my mammoth NH-D14.
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Ah, vonderful.

I have H100 too and on exhaust it runs pretty damn cool. Keep in mind I'm not using the Corsair fans and am using push pull, but still. Cools better than my mammoth NH-D14.
After all that, I dropped 3C on the GPU and increased the CPU load temp by 4C. Seems about right, given my ambient temps. They're slightly higher than my earlier test.
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