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2 more questions:

Would the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler fit?

And does anyone have builds with LED fans only and no light kit? I would love to see your builds without the light kit as I am still deciding if I should opt for a light kit or just LED fans.
post #10182 of 18197
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2 more questions:

Would the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler fit?

And does anyone have builds with LED fans only and no light kit? I would love to see your builds without the light kit as I am still deciding if I should opt for a light kit or just LED fans.

Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO is fine, I have it. I have 2 cold cathodes and I would say having only LED fans is not enough if you want a decent bit of lighting in your case.

I would suggest buying the LED fans you want and than if it is not enough light buy addition Cathodes, LED stuff. biggrin.gif
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Almost ready to fill my 600t with water.



Is that acryl
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Almost ready to fill my 600t with water.



Is that acrylic tubing? If not, how do you get it to stay in form at such acute angles? Seems to be very rigid tubing...

Looks great!
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600t or Cm Storm Trooper?
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600t or Cm Storm Trooper?
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That is one fine piece of art.

Awesome


I thought I had by next build all planned....looks like I need to rethink

Thanks man. take a look at my build log if you want,

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Is that acrylic tubing? If not, how do you get it to stay in form at such acute angles? Seems to be very rigid tubing...

Looks great!

Thanks. Yes this is acrylic tubing. B neg has a guide on doing it also you can check out my build log. You have to put something inside so when you heat it up and bend it, it wont collapse on itself.
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600t...... Really had to ask???
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What should I opt for, a Logisys cathode kit or a Logisys LED Super Bright Sunlight Stick? And where would be the best spot to put it? Top and bottom of the case?
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Wow over 260 replies since I last visited this thread lol

With the releases of the 780 and 770 its finnaly convinced me to upgrade my gpu but not to those believe it or not. Ive actually just bought one of these http://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-evga-gtx-680-plusbackplate-28nm-pcie-30-(x16)-6008mhz-gddr5-gpu-1019mhz-boost-1084mhz-cores-1536

I was thinking of the 770 but due to no 4gb variants and it not looking anywhere as good I went with the 680, it'll look the bees knees with my case colour scheme. Also due to the release of the mentioned cards, it did drop the 680 by £30-40 making the purchase well worth while. Should be with me Monday so will post some updated pics then smile.gif
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