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Originally Posted by acavella;13465545 
There is a very small difference if you pay close attention and turn the knob very slowly. However, it does seem like most of the speed is in the last 10% of the knob.

Very nice and I like the yellow and black, reminds me of my favorite band Stryper. biggrin.gif
    
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I saw this case in person when I picked up my system at NCIX. The 600T looks MASSIVE in person... Especially for a "mid-tower" chassis.
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Originally Posted by Cander;13470655 
It seems absurd but would it be possible to do a push/pull with this setup? I have no intention of doing anything like this. It's just something that came to mind. I've never seen a radiator setup like that. Very cool! thumb.gif

There isn't enough room to do push/pull fans with it all internal.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BuildingFirst37;13470751 
...... reminds me of my favorite band Stryper. biggrin.gif

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the built in fan controller, it is enough to support the original 2x200mm fan and 2 more artic cooling f12 at full speed?
i m worried if my f12 is underpowered n not performing at max

from previous post i read that
it is better to use the rear fan as intake right? since the top 200mm fan act as exhaust

will it be better if use the top as intake while the rear as exhaust?
Edited by tcboy88 - 5/12/11 at 12:51am
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Hey guys, I'm thinking of doing a M-ATX build with this case and was wondering if there was any way at all possible to fit a 360 rad inside? maybe if you removed the top 5" bay?
could someone measure the internal ttop of the case for me? say 30mm down and all around the top? or if anyone has any other suggestions fire away....

Thanks
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I was serious in a joking kind of way. And yes Stryper is my favorite band for the past 25 years since I was 14.

By the way did you see my post asking questions about liquid cooling?
    
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When will Corsair make a full tower graphite series?? biggrin.gif

I will surely buy it for my next PC, n (hopefully) a watercooled one..
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Originally Posted by BuildingFirst37;13470725 
Hi everyone,

I have been looking at the pics of your liquid cooled 600T's and I have made up my mind when I get all my parts for my build I am going to go with liquid cooling myself.

I do have a couple of questions though, as the only thing I am sure of at the moment is the water blocks for my CPU and both GPU's.

First without doing any modification what would be the best radiators and fans to use in the 600T SE for cooling an 1100T CPU and 2 PowerColor PCS+ 6970's?

Also what would be the best pump, and resevoir?

What's the best tubing, barb/compression fittings, and coolant to go with.

What do yall think of Mayhems Dye? I was looking at that because with the dyes he makes I could make a UV Purple and purple is my favorite color.

Thanks for your help everyone it is much appreciated. And I know it is a bit off before I get all the parts for my build but I believe in being very well prepared ahead of time.

Thanks again for your help. biggrin.gif

We are seeing some innovation as of late, but most agree that a black ice 240 GT Stealth is a good move for the top exhaust fans rad area. Where you go from there depends on how much OCing you have in mind and do you mind bolting fans to the outside of the case. They are hard to find at the moment but a 200mm rad in the front intake position is popular, something I am considering myself. I would say this is your bare minimum rad set up for your CPU and two vid cards. You still have the option of adding another 120 rad at the back, another GT stealth if you like. None of these options require any mods, though lining up the 200mm rad to the case mounting holes might require some ingenuity.

I see a lot of recommendations for the swiftech mcp 655 and mcp35x pumps. I chose 35x because there was an optional built in reservoir, which I thought was simpler. When I held it, it seemed small and I worried I should have got a bigger pump. Then I turned it on. It moves a ton of water, I have enough pressure I think for my PC, a fountain, and a little left over for a Koi pond. It is pretty loud too running at the stock 4500rpm. Thankfully you can adjust it via PWM, and it pretty much inaudible at around 2500rpm while still providing a strong flow in my loop. The only thing I don't like is the reservoir, it's too small. When filling the loop it takes a split second for the pump to empty the reservoir, and you don't want the pump to run dry so it becomes a juggling act. Should have got a bigger reservoir. They make all sizes and can be mounted in bays or pretty much everywhere above your pump.

The best tubing I hear is primochill. Which tubing you actually get depends on the fittings you buy. I went with koolance compression fittings; I was locked into 5/8 OD tubing so I couldn't go with primochill and got some Tygon instead. I was using thinner walls so it was easier to kink the lines. It wasn't a problem since I didn't have to bend the lines much, but in retrospect I would have gotten different fittings so I could have gotten the primochill. They come in cool colors. The compression fittings I got look good ,were simple to work with and super effective, but I would probably use a mix of barbs and quick disconnect fittings in my next build. Fittings are also the sneaky things that eat your budget up.

Pretty much universally accepted is dye is no good and is to be avoided as it can degrade performance over time. Colored tubing is safer, and they come in a range of colors, UV reactive too.

I still haven't had a chance but will post some pics of how it all fit in my case later this week.
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Distilled water and KillCoil is all you need. Dyes will separate and clog up your CPU/GPU blocks requiring frequent disassembly and cleaning. Try and use the same material for the fittings, blocks, and radiators to keep corrosion in check. I use all copper.
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