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Originally Posted by TwelveV;13377937 
Does anybody have the specs of the "improved" 600T SE fans? I know CorsairGeorge mentioned they were 1000 RPM, but do we know the CFM? Just trying to figure out a cooling layout that gives me positive pressure... Hopefully my case will get here before the weekend.

I always thought the 200mm fans were these: http://www.coolcox.com/products/dcfan/led20020.asp

However, the stock 800RPM fans push 76CFM instead of the 100CFM listed on that site, so that's probably not them.

If I had to guess, the new 1000RPM fans should push ~100-110CFM.


@CorsairGeorge

Any ETA on selling the 650D fans by themselves?
Edited by compudaze - 5/4/11 at 8:12am
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@ darkcyde

where did you get the clear side for your 600t?
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Originally Posted by compudaze;13378182 
I always thought the 200mm fans were these: http://www.coolcox.com/products/dcfan/led20020.asp

However, the stock 800RPM fans push 76CFM instead of the 100CFM listed on that site, so that's probably not them.

If I had to guess, the new 1000RPM fans should push ~100-110CFM.


@CorsairGeorge

Any ETA on selling the 650D fans by themselves?

AFAIK George said you can expect to see the 650d fans and the 600t se fans in the corsair store around mid may but might be a couple of weeks out.
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@ darkcyde

where did you get the clear side for your 600t?

MNPCTech.com. Contact Bill Owen
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@ darkcyde

thanks man! +1
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Went ahead and pulled the trigger on the rest of the wc set up. I went with the mcp35x, it seems they fixed the reservoir cracking issues and I did not give up any of my Blu ray drives to fit a bay reservior. I am thinking to mount it to the plastic hump thing near the 200mm intake.....
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Originally Posted by compudaze;13378182 
I always thought the 200mm fans were these: http://www.coolcox.com/products/dcfan/led20020.asp

However, the stock 800RPM fans push 76CFM instead of the 100CFM listed on that site, so that's probably not them.

If I had to guess, the new 1000RPM fans should push ~100-110CFM.

The 1000 RPM versions are about 92 CFM, 28.8dBA, and draw about 3.7W at full load.
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Went ahead and pulled the trigger on the rest of the wc set up. I went with the mcp35x, it seems they fixed the reservoir cracking issues and I did not give up any of my Blu ray drives to fit a bay reservior. I am thinking to mount it to the plastic hump thing near the 200mm intake.....

They have a heatsink mount for it that should be released anytime. Holds an 80mm fan to keep the mcp35x from getting too hot. You can also remove the fan and use it as a passive cooler. Ordered my mcp35x from sidewinder for $89.95. Jab-tech has the black ice gt stealth 240 for $48.95 too.

Here's the link for the heatsink mount:
http://www.swiftech.com/mcp35x-hsf.aspx
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They have a heatsink mount for it that should be released anytime. Holds an 80mm fan to keep the mcp35x from getting too hot. You can also remove the fan and use it as a passive cooler. Ordered my mcp35x from sidewinder for $89.95. Jab-tech has the black ice gt stealth 240 for $48.95 too.

Here's the link for the heatsink mount:
http://www.swiftech.com/mcp35x-hsf.aspx

Very cool, thank you for the link, +1 rep. I might pick it up but first I would want to see if sitting right next to the 200mm intake will have a similar effect . You got a much better deal on your pump, I got mine from FrozenCPU:(. Only good thing is they are so close I should have all my parts tomorrow afternoon.
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Very cool, thank you for the link, +1 rep. I might pick it up but first I would want to see if sitting right next to the 200mm intake will have a similar effect . You get a much better deal on your pump, I got mine from FrozenCPU:(. Only good thing is they are so close I should have all my parts tomorrow afternoon.

Yeah..I spent a couple days looking online...frozencpu is really good on some things, and really expensive on others...I still really like them though. I ordered the res and tubing through them. Check out jab-tech for silver compression fittings..they have them for 7-8 bucks...1/2 what frozen has them for...and the coupon code (5%) for them is rrr

http://www.jab-tech.com/Silver-Plated-Fittings-and-adapters-c-344.html
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