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I just put some things in a shopping basket for fun to see how much I would spent if I were to change my parts now tongue.gif

1.650 € => 4770k, asus sabertooth, 2x evga gtx 770 (acx cooler), 16gb dominator ram

Damn it, that would be sooooooooo sweet but nope can't won't and don't need that! I wish I won the lottery biggrin.gif

I think I'm actually gonna try to overclock my cpu and gpu, I'm gonna read some stuff. Just for fun.
Anyone got some tips? Topics, ...

Also want to run some benchmarks to see the difference, what programs should I use, I only know 3dmark smile.gif
Well overclocking cpu and gpu is pretty straight forward at least on most cases, it depends on what you want to achieve really. There are lost of tutorials on how to OC on youtube and other places. Well for the gpu i would use a program like MSI afterburner or EVGA Precision you probably already know those or have them. Cpu is easy to set up in bios, really just try and change clock ratio and disable some stuff like PLL overvoltage, disable C1E & C3/C6 states well you don't need to at all really just if you want maximum performance and don't care about it shortening the lifetime a little and when i say shorten it's almost nothing (obviously can't say for sure) and disable EIST function too no real benefit there.

Find a comfortable voltage too if say you want a 4.5ghz OC start out with a very low voltage like 1.25 and test it in Prime95/OCCT for a couple of hours if there is no warnings you can try and lower the voltage even more or raising the frequency. Also set LLC for minimizing Vdroop, set it to a middle point really, don't know how it looks in your bios but in mine it shows levels 1-10. You probably already know all this i just couldn't tell by your question and there are lots of tutorials out there.

As for benchmarks you could try out Unigine Heaven or Valley, really awesome benchmarks and the best of all they are free. Lots of people use them today even more than 3DMark11 for example. So either of those would be a great alternative.
Edited by Anonymous Inc - 6/18/13 at 1:33am
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G'Day Fellas,
For those who know me, I'm a cheap-skate when it comes to my PC's, The biggest spent on my PC ever was buying my 660 TI, But now I have decided to man up and get a really nice case for under $200. I have decided to get the 'Corsair 600T w/ Window Panel'. However I do have some questions if I may.

1. Does anyone here have this case and if so did you have trouble mounting a H100i?
2. How well does the HDD/SSD drives sit, Are they strong or flexible?
3. Will this case have enough room for 'Custom Water Cooling' for future proofing?
4. How heavy is this case, and Does it scratch or damage easily?
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That would be called stealing, and then posting on a public forum rolleyes.gif .. I just hope you have not shown anyone at work your overclock.net postings.

I DID NOT STEAL IT
IT'S NOT TRUE
IT'S BULL*****
I DID NOT

Oh Hi DD! biggrin.gif

I maaaybe will install it tonight, but there is a risk that'll keep me up all night playing with the OC's, which would be less than optimal!

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G'Day Fellas,
For those who know me, I'm a cheap-skate when it comes to my PC's, The biggest spent on my PC ever was buying my 660 TI, But now I have decided to man up and get a really nice case for under $200. I have decided to get the 'Corsair 600T w/ Window Panel'. However I do have some questions if I may.

1. Does anyone here have this case and if so did you have trouble mounting a H100i?
2. How well does the HDD/SSD drives sit, Are they strong or flexible?
3. Will this case have enough room for 'Custom Water Cooling' for future proofing?
4. How heavy is this case, and Does it scratch or damage easily?


Hi and welcome to this lovely lovely place!

No problems at all installing an h100i, if you want push pull however you require a bit of modding. But fans in pull configuration is no problem at all.

2. They are actually surprisingly strong I'd say! Very stable indeed and very high quality.

3. Not that great in the standard configuration but with a few minor mods to the case you can easily have a water cooled monster rig inside it.

4. It's not the lightest case I've tried and it is a bit on the heavier side. Scratchwise I'd say it's just like any other case. Not more or less really. If you are careful it should be in pristine condition fairly easy.

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Edited by Krullmeister - 6/18/13 at 5:02am
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G'Day Fellas,
For those who know me, I'm a cheap-skate when it comes to my PC's, The biggest spent on my PC ever was buying my 660 TI, But now I have decided to man up and get a really nice case for under $200. I have decided to get the 'Corsair 600T w/ Window Panel'. However I do have some questions if I may.

1. Does anyone here have this case and if so did you have trouble mounting a H100i?
2. How well does the HDD/SSD drives sit, Are they strong or flexible?
3. Will this case have enough room for 'Custom Water Cooling' for future proofing?
4. How heavy is this case, and Does it scratch or damage easily?


Hi and welcome to this lovely lovely place!

No problems at all installing an h100i, if you want push pull however you require a bit of modding. But fans in pull configuration is no problem at all.

2. They are actually surprisingly strong I'd say! Very stable indeed and very high quality.

3. Not that great in the standard configuration but with a few minor mods to the case you can easily have a water cooled monster rig inside it.

4. It's not the lightest case I've tried and it is a bit on the heavier side. Scratchwise I'd say it's just like any other case. Not more or less really. If you are careful it should be in pristine condition fairly easy.

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Hey mate, Thanks for getting back to me!
What about the HDD/SSD cages, Can they be removed without cutting or force?
Also with the push and pull fans, Can't you simply put fans in between the filter and the case (top of case) and then attach it via screws?
Edited by deception345 - 6/18/13 at 5:03am
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Hey mate, Thanks for getting back to me!
What about the HDD/SSD cages, Can they be removed without cutting or force?
Also with the push and pull fans, Can't you simply put fans in between the filter and the case (top of case) and then attach it via screws?

Absolutely, just unscrew them and they slide out really easily so that you can move them or change position completely.

Yes, two 120mm fans in between the plastic mesh / cover in the roof and the case fit very easily. Problem is on the inside, adding two fans as well as a radiator on the inside causes problems where most motherboards have too large heatsinks for that to work. I hope that explains it good enough! biggrin.gif
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Hey mate, Thanks for getting back to me!
What about the HDD/SSD cages, Can they be removed without cutting or force?
Also with the push and pull fans, Can't you simply put fans in between the filter and the case (top of case) and then attach it via screws?

Absolutely, just unscrew them and they slide out really easily so that you can move them or change position completely.

Yes, two 120mm fans in between the plastic mesh / cover in the roof and the case fit very easily. Problem is on the inside, adding two fans as well as a radiator on the inside causes problems where most motherboards have too large heatsinks for that to work. I hope that explains it good enough! biggrin.gif

What about fan configuration? How many fans can this bad boy hold at one time? I would like to do 4x SP120 (TOP), 1x AF120 (REAR), 2x AF120 (FRONT)?
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What about fan configuration? How many fans can this bad boy hold at one time? I would like to do 4x SP120 (TOP), 1x AF120 (REAR), 2x AF120 (FRONT)?

Well standard configuration with NO modding involved would be 2x 120mm top, 1x 120mm rear, 1x 200mm front and 4x 120mm sidepanel (if using the mesh insert).

With modding however you could do 2x 120 in the front, push pull h100 in the roof (so 4x 120mm) OR a 360 radiator in pull or push and 1x 120mm rear.

Or you can get creative like Devious dog and stick two 400mm radiators in push pull in the case, one in the front and one in the roof. This requires some extensive modding though tongue.gif
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What about fan configuration? How many fans can this bad boy hold at one time? I would like to do 4x SP120 (TOP), 1x AF120 (REAR), 2x AF120 (FRONT)?

Well standard configuration with NO modding involved would be 2x 120mm top, 1x 120mm rear, 1x 200mm front and 4x 120mm sidepanel (if using the mesh insert).

With modding however you could do 2x 120 in the front, push pull h100 in the roof (so 4x 120mm) OR a 360 radiator in pull or push and 1x 120mm rear.

Or you can get creative like Devious dog and stick two 400mm radiators in push pull in the case, one in the front and one in the roof. This requires some extensive modding though tongue.gif
So there isn't any mounting holes at the front for 120mm fans? That seems a bit odd. What about the filters especially at the front of the case. Does the dust get stuck in the foam filter in the front? If so i s it easy to clean and look like new again?
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What about fan configuration? How many fans can this bad boy hold at one time? I would like to do 4x SP120 (TOP), 1x AF120 (REAR), 2x AF120 (FRONT)?

Well standard configuration with NO modding involved would be 2x 120mm top, 1x 120mm rear, 1x 200mm front and 4x 120mm sidepanel (if using the mesh insert).

With modding however you could do 2x 120 in the front, push pull h100 in the roof (so 4x 120mm) OR a 360 radiator in pull or push and 1x 120mm rear.

Or you can get creative like Devious dog and stick two 400mm radiators in push pull in the case, one in the front and one in the roof. This requires some extensive modding though tongue.gif
So there isn't any mounting holes at the front for 120mm fans? That seems a bit odd. What about the filters especially at the front of the case. Does the dust get stuck in the foam filter in the front? If so i s it easy to clean and look like new again?
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So there isn't any mounting holes at the front for 120mm fans? That seems a bit odd. What about the filters especially at the front of the case. Does the dust get stuck in the foam filter in the front? If so i s it easy to clean and look like new again?

That is indeed strange. But there arent any mounting holes. The dustcovers are really easy to clean, I just rinse them with water. Dry them a bit and let them completely dry overnight, and afterwards drop em in my case again.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 3570K 4.4 Ghz AsRock Z77 Extreme4  Sapphire R9 290x Tri-X Corsair XMS3 DDR3 4x2GB 1600MHz 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Western Digital 500 GB Crucial M4 128GB Seagate Barracuda 1TB Coolermaster Hyper 212 Evo 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 7 Professional ASUS VG248QE  Corsair Vengeance K90 Coolermaster Silent Pro 1000W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair Graphite T600 SE Zowie AM Steelseries QcK Mass AKG Q701 
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