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i like that design i just like my parts upright smile.gif even though that way is better for airflow as heat rises and bla bla bla! But thanks for the suggestion! Really cool case! My buddy might actually like that case ill have him take a look at it.

Alright thumb.gif If you want your parts upright and want air cooling then I'd say a 500R or HAF are your best bets biggrin.gif
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I've had my 600T for a few weeks now. These are my observations. Cable management is second to none. Overall quality is better then any Coolermaster I've ever owned in this price range. And I've owned a few. It's big and its very wide. You won't have issues with tower coolers. The fan controller works far better with 120mm fans then it does with 200mm fans. With multiple drive cage configurations, you have an enormous amount of room inside the case. Panel latching system kicks total ass. Ok, so here are the not so good things. Stock fans suck. There's no debating it. A 200x20mm fan doesn't have enough ass to create any meaningful static pressure. I yanked both of them and tossed em. I loaded the front with a Coolermaster Megaflow. You will have to move your drive cage (which it's designed to do) because the fan is 30mm thick. But it moves a TON of air and is much quieter then the stock 200mm fan. I am using two 120mm fans at the top for exhaust. Also the mic jack isn't grounded, like another said, and will cause random reboots if there is a static discharge. Although, I have had no grounding problems on the front USB ports. No case this large is going to be light. Surprisingly, the front bezzle counts for most of the weight when the case is empty. Hope this helps. Pretty honest assessment I think. I think it's a very good case but with some fan improvements, it's a great case.
Edited by dkev - 1/4/12 at 7:13am
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Thank you for the info! Helps alot! i will be purchasing this case in a week!
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After using my 600t for about a year I've found that it's really heavy and not very portable and that the ports on top of the case aren't grounded properly so plugging USB/Microphone wires will occasionally turn of the system and you'll need to take out the keyboard and mouse wires then plug them back in for the computer to recognise them. The standard cooling is very anemic and the fan controller is terrible but you can buy more fans to put in the case. The cable management is pretty good for the case though which makes installing and removing components easier.

The grounding problem means you should get your case replaced by us - this is not a design feature, it's a manufacturing defect. If you contact us we'll gladly replace your case.
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I will make sure to look for that George! Again you guys are all great, and that is why i love corsair they stick with there customer support!
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The grounding problem means you should get your case replaced by us - this is not a design feature, it's a manufacturing defect. If you contact us we'll gladly replace your case.

Every time I see your posts....it makes me feel a bit better about all the money I have given to corsair over the years. lol.

<3 yours guys Customer Service.
 
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The grounding problem means you should get your case replaced by us - this is not a design feature, it's a manufacturing defect. If you contact us we'll gladly replace your case.
Thanks for the offer but it would be too much hassle to get it replaced.
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I've had my 600T for a few weeks now. These are my observations. Cable management is second to none. Overall quality is better then any Coolermaster I've ever owned in this price range. And I've owned a few. It's big and its very wide. You won't have issues with tower coolers. The fan controller works far better with 120mm fans then it does with 200mm fans. With multiple drive cage configurations, you have an enormous amount of room inside the case. Panel latching system kicks total ass. Ok, so here are the not so good things. Stock fans suck. There's no debating it. A 200x20mm fan doesn't have enough ass to create any meaningful static pressure. I yanked both of them and tossed em. I loaded the front with a Coolermaster Megaflow. You will have to move your drive cage (which it's designed to do) because the fan is 30mm thick. But it moves a TON of air and is much quieter then the stock 200mm fan. I am using two 120mm fans at the top for exhaust. Also the mic jack isn't grounded, like another said, and will cause random reboots if there is a static discharge. Although, I have had no grounding problems on the front USB ports. No case this large is going to be light. Surprisingly, the front bezzle counts for most of the weight when the case is empty. Hope this helps. Pretty honest assessment I think. I think it's a very good case but with some fan improvements, it's a great case.

I'm thinking about the Corsair 600T Special Edition White. Just curious, what other Cooler Master Haf did you have? It seems to be very popular at newegg.com.
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