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I decided to get this case for my next build.

1. Can I remove the standard corsair 120mm fan at the back and replace it with a Noctua NF-P14 FLX 140mm Case Fan or the Thermalright TY-140 or the TY-150? (Those 140mm fans have 120 mm holes, so I dont see why not)?

2. Assuming that I have a DVD burner placed in one of the 5.25" bays, will I be able to fit a 140mm or a 120mm fan in the other three 5.25" bays?

3. The stand offs in the 600T(Refer to the picture below) look cheap, should I replace them with new ones or should I just use the ones that come with the 600T?

9d_corsair_600t_graphite_PCI.jpg

4. Can I replace the 200mm fans at the front and at the top with a Cooler Master Megaflow 200mm fan or will I have to do some changes to the case?
Edited by Captain1337 - 10/8/11 at 11:43pm
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post #2 of 8
1. Yes
2. Yes
3. Doesn't really matter.
4. Yes you can replace them.
post #3 of 8
You'll get a better response if you post these questions in the official graphite series club. Link is in my Sig...
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Originally Posted by Captain1337;15229043 
I decided to get this case for my next build.

1. Can I remove the standard corsair 120mm fan at the back and replace it with a Noctua NF-P14 FLX 140mm Case Fan or the Thermalright TY-140 or the TY-150?

2. Assuming that I have a DVD burner placed in one of the 5.25" bays, will I be able to fit a 140mm or a 120mm fan in the other three 5.25" bays?

3. The stand offs in the 600T(Refer to the picture below) look cheap, should I replace them with new ones or should I just use the ones that come with the 600T?

9d_corsair_600t_graphite_PCI.jpg

4. Can I replace the 200mm fans at the front and at the top with a Cooler Master Megaflow 200mm fan or will I have to do some changes to the case?

1. 'fraid not, a 140mm fan won't fit natively in the rear exhaust position. It may be possible to mod or use a shroud though

2. Sure can. A lot of us use the xigmatech 4into3 HDD cage in the 5.25 drive area. One for the 120 fan it comes with and two allow more air from the front fan to the GPU
3.I don't think they are cheap, and I have not heard of any defects or any other issues with them. YMMV.
4. Yes you can, many people use the megaflows, but to get a 30mm fan in the front position you will have to move the HDD cage, or mod.
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post #5 of 8
1. No, it has 120mm holes. You'd have to drill new ones foe 140mm
2. I've only tried a 120mm but it does look like it would fit.
3. Notsure if srs..
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Originally Posted by MasterCheese99;15229154 
4. Yes you can replace them.

4. Depends on the model? I've seen that the 600t uses 200mm mounts for 200*200*20 and the megaflow is 200*200*30
The 600t SE doesn't use said mount. I only have the SE
corsair_graphite_600t_039.jpg
Edited by MountainDewMadOScar - 10/8/11 at 6:30pm
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The fans I asked for replacement are 140mm but they do have 120mm mounting holes.

I appreciate all responses and they have been helpful. +rep
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post #7 of 8
Well here are some tips for those you want to have a push/pull configuration on 600T!

So..first of all i think its not possible without low profile memory!
Now what i've done..

I removed the 2 push fans from the top and pulled the radiator a little bit farther away from the mobo to give some space above the Ram sticks..
Then i was able to use only 5 screws instead of 8! I used SMALL SCREWS supplied by Corsair with the case so i made sure they will not interfere with the fans..!
You have to screw only the rad on the case without the fans...!!!
After that its stable and tight. Then you only have to put in place the upper fans but not in the same place as the rad...cause its not where it should be..! Put the fans in the RIGHT position just as if you had an push only config!

I used some tie wraps to do it cause there is no way of putting them with screws!

I hope i was clear and excuse any mistakes

Greetings from Greece
Edited by Doc1355 - 10/10/11 at 2:45am
post #8 of 8
Actually the 600T uses 200 x 200 x 25mm front and top fan. The picture above is only accurate for the older style graphite coloured case. The newer cases mount the fan right on the grille without the bracket. However, because most 200mm fans are 30mm thick, you will either have to mod to get them to fit in the front, or just move the drive cage back one position for improved air flow and lots of room for whatever fan you like. Note that the mounting holes may not be the same so you may have to use zip ties or drill new holes to mount a different fan. I don't know why these manufacturers can't seem to agree on a standard mounting scheme for 200mm fans. You'd think, after such a long time trying to get computer cases standardized from the junk we used to have to deal with, that manufacturers would have learned their lesson (both fan manufacturers and case manufacturers).

By the way, the standoffs are high quality, and I believe they are welded and not screwed in (at least in my older case). Also, they have a board mounting "nib" in place of one standoff that allows the board to sit still while you screw it in (all cases should have that).
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