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post #1011 of 1664
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Originally Posted by NGMK View Post

Depending on the color you choose to stick with they can get too bright for my taste. Be informed that i'm using two additional (Long) lighting strips than the one included in the original package, and also these pictures were taken with a slow shutter speed so it does look a bit brighter than what it actually is.
I have almost the same set up as you. I placed the led strips behind the Door hinges, on the side of the front case fans, and
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Well I finally got my hands on the Corsair Link Lighting Node.


I have one almost like yours. Using the same Corsair LED strips. I placed my LEDS strips along the channels behind the doors and at the top also next to the front intake fans
post #1012 of 1664
Hi all. I would like to know if theres any issues with vibrations in this case. Im very picky in regards to noise and Ive read that this case might be a bit flimsy. The hard drive cages/trays dont seem to be very sturdy either.

Thanks.
post #1013 of 1664
Mine is nice and quiet,,and so far no issues with the cages..
post #1014 of 1664
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Originally Posted by reset1101 View Post

Hi all. I would like to know if theres any issues with vibrations in this case. Im very picky in regards to noise and Ive read that this case might be a bit flimsy. The hard drive cages/trays dont seem to be very sturdy either.

Thanks.

We have couple of builds here using the 760T case with some fans running at a high rpm and multiple HDDs, I've never noticed any vibration or rattling of some sort.
Edited by Corsair Joseph - 2/13/15 at 4:09pm
post #1015 of 1664
Ok might be a stupid question but how are you suppose to mount a 280MM radiator on the front of the 760T? It looks like the fans are between two metal pieces. Do you mount them just to the inside of the case? Instead of the bracket inside the case?

Sorry if non of that make sense but I really don't understand how you would mount that.
post #1016 of 1664
My understanding is, yeah you just remove the HDD caddy and mount it right behind the fans.
If im not mistaken i think i saw that the holes are there already for 240/280 rad support as well.
post #1017 of 1664
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Originally Posted by Monteman View Post

My understanding is, yeah you just remove the HDD caddy and mount it right behind the fans.
If im not mistaken i think i saw that the holes are there already for 240/280 rad support as well.

Thanks I believe so too but wasn't sure. We will find out on Sunday though smile.gif
post #1018 of 1664
I thin
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Thanks I believe so too but wasn't sure. We will find out on Sunday though smile.gif

It shows that a 280mm or a 240mm mounts directly in the front so i have to think they got the gap spacing correct and you just screw from inside through the rad, through the metal and into the fan.
I was going to run a front rad but decided to just run a 280mm with push/pull up top for CPU, leaving the front 2 open for better airflow.



As for my build I picked up some new fans (going blue LED) and a NZXT Sentry3 controller today, just got that all wired up. Cant wait to get further into this build.
It took a huge hit a while back when i lost my job, but i hope to have that corrected on Monday smile.gif
post #1019 of 1664
Saw this case in fry's today, shat my pants at the coolness factor, sweet case, love at first sight

read reviews and saw its almost 100% plastic...cursed corsair till the ends of the earth while walking away

WAAAAY too expensive for that much plastic, CAN NOT do it.

Yes mad. mad.gif
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post #1020 of 1664
Most cases are plastic....No issues here.

Here is mine, finally finished.

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