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post #611 of 893
sorry but the 780T does not have the speaker for the bios beep?
the fans only have 3 pin and not 4 then do not work in pwm with complex settings from asus bios or just buy from 3-pin to 4-pin adapter?
post #612 of 893






My 780t ....just got some new front fans plan to swap out all fans for these ...corsair ML pro led
post #613 of 893
My laptop died a few weeks ago and I ended up building a new PC with some case mods:
Skylake i7 6700K @ 4.8ghz on stock voltage
ASUS Maximus VIII Formula
Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 3000mhz
EVGA GTX 1070 SC @ 2100/4700
Muskin Reactor 1tb SSD
Corsair RM1000i PSU
Corsair ML120 Pro Magnetic Levitation Fans x4
Corsair 140mm AF Fan
Corsair H100i v2 (temporary) with 2x Corsair 120mm SP Fans
Corsair 780t Black Case painted Red and Carbon Fiber Side Panels
Corsair K70 Vengeance Keyboard
Corsair Scimitar Black Edition Mouse
Acer Predator XB271HK 4K IPS Gsync Monitor
Replaced TIM on 1070 and i7 6700k with Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut
Future Upgrades:
Second 1070 (still up in the air)
Dedicated liquid loop for CPU, Mobo power delivery, and gpu(s).
Custom acrylic psu shroud/mobo skirt/liquid tubing cover.
Corsair Headset?
Was a fun project, hope to be able to do more in the future!



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post #614 of 893
Cool set up, I suggest moving your desk and finding a wall to mount your monitor so you are not sitting so close to monitor and free up more desk space, with that desk not having much depth. Some red LEDS or any color you like behind monitor to give floating effect would look amazing. I am running ASUS Maximus VIII Formula. Love it.
post #615 of 893
I wish I could move/mount the monitor but our apartment is pretty small and we can't drill holes in the walls =/
At 4K sitting as close as I do is really no problem anyway ;-)


The Formula has been fantastic so far, can hit 5ghz stable with 1.3v on the cpu which is fantastic. Tried the same core in my friend's hero and was only able to hit 4.9 on 1.3v.

In the next few months i'm going to be adding 2 360mm rads (one in the front and one in the top) and cool the cpu, power delivery, and gpu(s). The 5.25" bay was so easy to swap out, as was replacing all the rivets with screws.
post #616 of 893
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Originally Posted by Corsair Joseph View Post

Yup, no problem at all. To address it, we've simply added an extra step in the production line to make sure those panels are aligned properly before leaving the factory.

None of the replacement panels have this warping issue anymore, but for some odd reason you get a bad one, let me know right away.

Hi Joseph,

I submitted a ticket at Corsair about my warped solid side panel on 7/7/16, and uploaded a PDF of the sales receipt. I got a response back on 7/12/16 from a Brian T apologizing for the delayed response and asking for photos of the warped side panel. I wrote back and said that I did not understand why I had to send photos and that I was not sure if the damage would show up in a photo of a black panel. I also mentioned that you had kindly responded to me on this forum and acknowledged that there was an issue with the side panels of the 780T warping. I kind of let it fall to the wayside as I was still in the build and modify process so the side panel was not installed anyway. On 7/22/16, I uploaded photos of the side panel installed on the frame. If I push it so it does not pop out on the front, it pops out in the back. If I push that side in, it pops out in the front. It is so warped that the panel won't stay on unless I hold onto it. I sent 4 photos. Since then I have heard nothing. It took 4 days to get the first response. Now its been 4 days since I posted the photos.

Since I am now done digging in the guts every night, I would like to get the replacement side panel so I can button the thing up. The Corsair ticket number is #6796069. Is it possible you could check into the status of my request to have this warped panel replaced? The window panel is also slightly out but I think I can live with that. I have not had it mounted due to working inside all the time so I will try putting that panel on and see how bad it is but I would like to get the replacement solid side sent to me ASAP. Can you help me out with this? I will post the pics here if you want.

Many thanks !
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post #618 of 893
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My next case will not be corsair.

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=100-E1-1000-K0

Yeah - That EVGA case is SWEET!! I got a blurb from EVGA about that beauty but it was not due to ship until sometime in August. People were pre-ordering them in June! I did not want to wait so I went with the Corsair 780T. It's a decent case but the side panels are too thin for their size (IMHO) and I have read many posts from people with warped sides. I also think it is over priced for what it is. I have a Thermaltake chassis that I bought about 6 years ago and that thing is built like a tank! Not saying all Thermaltakes are good - they run the gamut. Then there are cases on Gear Best shipping straight out of China that look decent that are under $20. At the opposite end are custom deals like Case Labs. REALLY nice but too rich for my wallet:(

In my case, this build was a summer project with my son. He loves to game and basically took over my machine so I said fine - we will build you one and you can learn something in the process (he is 13). He liked the styling of the Corsair 780T. If it was up to me, I would probably have gone with a horizontal MOBO design as I don't like the strain heavy GPUs put on the PCIe slots and I think natural convection operates better with a horizontal MOBO...
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post #619 of 893
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Originally Posted by digix View Post

sorry but the 780T does not have the speaker for the bios beep?
the fans only have 3 pin and not 4 then do not work in pwm with complex settings from asus bios or just buy from 3-pin to 4-pin adapter?

There is no speaker in the Corsair 780T. All the fans are 3-pin. I replaced them all anyway. I also did not use the built in fan controller as I have an Asus X99-Deluxe with a dedicated RGB LED header and ASUS AURA software (which works well but I wish you could store presets).

The Corsair also does not have any type of chassis intrusion switch contacts. Everytime I have to reset BIOS, I have to dig down and turn off Chassis Intrusion Detection in the ASUS BIOS. I need to put a jumper on those pins! For the price of the 780T, it should have a speaker and a chassis intrusion switch, The can controller is very basic. All the wires coming down from the control button just get in the way. My 2 cents.
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post #620 of 893
So here my build, quite a standard build compared to some smile.gif







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