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Some cleaner work with the cables. Added cable combs and a GPU support bracket as well.


Wow, very clean there, I like it thumb.gif
post #1642 of 1653
Hey everyone.

I didn't even know this thread was here, what with the Graphite series club and all.

I didn't do a brand new build, but I did just purchase this case. I transferred all my parts from my 600T into the 760T. I had upgraded my cooler and video card last fall, and decided it was time to change out my 5 year old 600T.
This is my main build, so everything is listed below in my SIG. Nothing special, didn't need to mod anything (although I am thinking about cutting off the bottom two bays on one of the hard drive cages so I can reduce the blockage of the top front fan).

Since I wanted a blue build, and PWM fans, I swapped out the stock Corsair fans with some Corsair Magnetic Levitation fans, the ML140 Pro with blue LEDs. I really can't say enough about these fans. They move a lot of air at low speed (600 RPM), and at that speed they are extremely quiet. Best fans I've owned so far. Unfortunately, they are rather pricey. Three of them cost me over $100 CDN with tax plus shipping. It would have been nice to save a couple of dollars by purchasing the case without any pre-installed fans. Food for thought. Lol, I ordered the case and fans on a Friday, and when I checked the status on Monday Amazon had changed delivery from a week to a month. Canceled and reordered from another seller. I didn't think there was any way I would get this by the long weekend, but sure enough the fans and case arrived on Thursday. I love that.

I had to look at this all day at work:



Got home, removed everything from the 600T, cleaned all of it and installed everything in the 760T.






I was a little bit upset at Corsair. I have a Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate, which is a triple 360mm rad, and of course it would not fit up top if I wanted to have an optical drive in the top bay. This in a "full tower" case. Then, examining the case, I see that there is a gap between the two front fans. If the top fan was moved down to take up this gap, the drive cages could have been moved down enough to accommodate a triple 360mm ran and still have the optical drive in the top, which would allow that nifty little stealth cover provided by Corsair to be used. I really hate how 5 1/4" expansion bays have become the last priority for full tower cases now. I didn't purchase the 780T because it didn't have enough expansion bays. Lucky for me, I use a Hue LED controller, which does not have a complete case. The fan actually fit in between the sides of the hue. This was pretty lucky because I was considering sending this case back when I found I might not be able to use all my devices. I searched for a week to find a case that would meet all my requirements. But, all's well that ends well, right?

So, this is how it turned out on the front. It actually looks pretty good, so I am not unhappy any more.



And here is how the Water 3.0 Ultimate turned out with one fan partially inside the Hue LED controller.




I got it all hooked up, and it came to life right away.



Put it in it's home, and everyone's happy.






Cooling is MUCH better in this case than it was in the 600T. My temps have all gone down by about three degrees, especially my CPU temps.
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post #1643 of 1653
Tight setup. I can't even mount the 3rd fan thanks to my ASUS X99 deluxe and the EK Predator messing things up.
post #1644 of 1653
Yeah. That's too bad because without that gap between the front fans, everything would fit without issue.
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Look at this beauty!


Its name is Infra.
post #1646 of 1653
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

Hey everyone.

I didn't even know this thread was here, what with the Graphite series club and all.

I didn't do a brand new build, but I did just purchase this case. I transferred all my parts from my 600T into the 760T. I had upgraded my cooler and video card last fall, and decided it was time to change out my 5 year old 600T.
This is my main build, so everything is listed below in my SIG. Nothing special, didn't need to mod anything (although I am thinking about cutting off the bottom two bays on one of the hard drive cages so I can reduce the blockage of the top front fan).

Since I wanted a blue build, and PWM fans, I swapped out the stock Corsair fans with some Corsair Magnetic Levitation fans, the ML140 Pro with blue LEDs. I really can't say enough about these fans. They move a lot of air at low speed (600 RPM), and at that speed they are extremely quiet. Best fans I've owned so far. Unfortunately, they are rather pricey. Three of them cost me over $100 CDN with tax plus shipping. It would have been nice to save a couple of dollars by purchasing the case without any pre-installed fans. Food for thought. Lol, I ordered the case and fans on a Friday, and when I checked the status on Monday Amazon had changed delivery from a week to a month. Canceled and reordered from another seller. I didn't think there was any way I would get this by the long weekend, but sure enough the fans and case arrived on Thursday. I love that.

I had to look at this all day at work:



Got home, removed everything from the 600T, cleaned all of it and installed everything in the 760T.






I was a little bit upset at Corsair. I have a Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate, which is a triple 360mm rad, and of course it would not fit up top if I wanted to have an optical drive in the top bay. This in a "full tower" case. Then, examining the case, I see that there is a gap between the two front fans. If the top fan was moved down to take up this gap, the drive cages could have been moved down enough to accommodate a triple 360mm ran and still have the optical drive in the top, which would allow that nifty little stealth cover provided by Corsair to be used. I really hate how 5 1/4" expansion bays have become the last priority for full tower cases now. I didn't purchase the 780T because it didn't have enough expansion bays. Lucky for me, I use a Hue LED controller, which does not have a complete case. The fan actually fit in between the sides of the hue. This was pretty lucky because I was considering sending this case back when I found I might not be able to use all my devices. I searched for a week to find a case that would meet all my requirements. But, all's well that ends well, right?

So, this is how it turned out on the front. It actually looks pretty good, so I am not unhappy any more.



And here is how the Water 3.0 Ultimate turned out with one fan partially inside the Hue LED controller.




I got it all hooked up, and it came to life right away.



Put it in it's home, and everyone's happy.






Cooling is MUCH better in this case than it was in the 600T. My temps have all gone down by about three degrees, especially my CPU temps.

I was having a similar problem, but then I realized that the fan screw holes actually line up with the vent holes. Sooooo you can actually move the radiator toward the rear of the case all the way and configure the external drives the way you wanted to originally.
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post #1647 of 1653
Sweet. Thanks for the info. Next time I have it apart I will check into that.
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post #1648 of 1653
Lol, so I wanted to put a final touch on this case, and add another 140mm ML140 fan from Corsair. I picked one up and went to install it. This is when I discovered that the bottom fan mount is only for a 120mm fan.

Wow, that's pretty odd. The only place in the 760T that can't take a 140mm fan.

Well, I spent big bucks on that fan, and I wasn't going to drive back to return it. The simplest solution was just to drill four holes...




NOW it has a space for a 140mm fan in the bottom. I mean really, there is plenty of room down there. I don't see any reason why that location did not have 140mm fan mounting holes and another half inch on the grille.

Oh well. I added a Thermaltake 140mm fan filter on the bottom as well since Corsair left it out.

All four of those 140mm fans are running as slow as the system can get them to run. When the computer is first turned on, they are quite loud (along with the three 120mm fan in the Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate (man, they really have to come up with a better name for that).
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post #1649 of 1653
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

Hey everyone.

I didn't even know this thread was here, what with the Graphite series club and all.

I didn't do a brand new build, but I did just purchase this case. I transferred all my parts from my 600T into the 760T. I had upgraded my cooler and video card last fall, and decided it was time to change out my 5 year old 600T.
This is my main build, so everything is listed below in my SIG. Nothing special, didn't need to mod anything (although I am thinking about cutting off the bottom two bays on one of the hard drive cages so I can reduce the blockage of the top front fan).

Since I wanted a blue build, and PWM fans, I swapped out the stock Corsair fans with some Corsair Magnetic Levitation fans, the ML140 Pro with blue LEDs. I really can't say enough about these fans. They move a lot of air at low speed (600 RPM), and at that speed they are extremely quiet. Best fans I've owned so far. Unfortunately, they are rather pricey. Three of them cost me over $100 CDN with tax plus shipping. It would have been nice to save a couple of dollars by purchasing the case without any pre-installed fans. Food for thought. Lol, I ordered the case and fans on a Friday, and when I checked the status on Monday Amazon had changed delivery from a week to a month. Canceled and reordered from another seller. I didn't think there was any way I would get this by the long weekend, but sure enough the fans and case arrived on Thursday. I love that.

I had to look at this all day at work:



Got home, removed everything from the 600T, cleaned all of it and installed everything in the 760T.






I was a little bit upset at Corsair. I have a Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate, which is a triple 360mm rad, and of course it would not fit up top if I wanted to have an optical drive in the top bay. This in a "full tower" case. Then, examining the case, I see that there is a gap between the two front fans. If the top fan was moved down to take up this gap, the drive cages could have been moved down enough to accommodate a triple 360mm ran and still have the optical drive in the top, which would allow that nifty little stealth cover provided by Corsair to be used. I really hate how 5 1/4" expansion bays have become the last priority for full tower cases now. I didn't purchase the 780T because it didn't have enough expansion bays. Lucky for me, I use a Hue LED controller, which does not have a complete case. The fan actually fit in between the sides of the hue. This was pretty lucky because I was considering sending this case back when I found I might not be able to use all my devices. I searched for a week to find a case that would meet all my requirements. But, all's well that ends well, right?

So, this is how it turned out on the front. It actually looks pretty good, so I am not unhappy any more.



And here is how the Water 3.0 Ultimate turned out with one fan partially inside the Hue LED controller.




I got it all hooked up, and it came to life right away.



Put it in it's home, and everyone's happy.






Cooling is MUCH better in this case than it was in the 600T. My temps have all gone down by about three degrees, especially my CPU temps.

I'm a little confused. Why can't you fit your 360 up top? I have 2 EK PredAtor 360's in my 760t and they fit fine. For the front one I had to cut out the drive bay but other than that it worked well. Also with biggger screws you can mount your upper rad further back and use any hole in the top grill.

Nice touch with the bottom fan. I did that to mine as well
post #1650 of 1653
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I'm a little confused. Why can't you fit your 360 up top? I have 2 EK PredAtor 360's in my 760t and they fit fine. For the front one I had to cut out the drive bay but other than that it worked well. Also with biggger screws you can mount your upper rad further back and use any hole in the top grill.

Nice touch with the bottom fan. I did that to mine as well

I was trying to install everything the way it's supposed to be installed, which meant using the correct mounting holes for the rad. I didn't even think about moving it back. I wanted everything to be stock, since I had to do so much modding on my 600T to get everything to fit
Of course, when the rad is installed in the correct mounting holes. It protrudes into the top bay.
It ended up being OK though since I have that Hue led controller, I used it in the top bay and that allowed everything to fit.
I am a little disappointed that I had to drill holes to get the bottom to accept a 140mm fan though. I had some 120mm fans, some good ones too, but I wanted all the fans to be the same on this build. I was pretty surprised to find the bottom fan mount only accepted 120mm fans. I suppose I should have paid more attention to the specs, but in either case I still would have wanted a 140mm fan in the bottom. Everything is peachy now though.....
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