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Really nice Recr3ational,really digging it....Seen any difference in the cpu temps....?

YEAH MAN!
4.6GHz at 39c, its so good!

ALSO I GOT GTA EARLY! My girlfriend lined up 5 hours while i did my loop for me and got me a copy wink.gif
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YEAH MAN!
4.6GHz at 39c, its so good!

ALSO I GOT GTA EARLY! My girlfriend lined up 5 hours while i did my loop for me and got me a copy wink.gif
You owe her bigtime.....biggrin.gif
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I've been a long-time lurker here since I bought my 600T about sixteen months ago. Kudos to everyone who has contributed here as you all have been an amazing wealth of information and inspiration. I never intended to build a PC around the 600T, but Newegg had a mix-up when they were pulling parts for my order and they shipped me a 600T instead of the case I had ordered. Newegg ended up convincing me to keep it

I've taken a lot of ideas from this group into my setup, but I'm still not happy with the temps I'm getting on my SLI enabled gpus. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I have removed all of the stock HDD cages to improve air flow. I have my ssd and platter drives located in the 5.25" bays. I've also replaced the all of the stock fans in the case. I replaced the rear exhaust with an AF120 Perf Ed and I have my H100i mounted as an intake using a push configuration with SP120 Perf Ed fans in place of the stock 200mm exhaust fan. The stock 200mm intake in the front of the case has been replaced with a 200mm BitFenix. I also have opted to use the mesh side panel to try and tame the temps on my gpus by adding 4 more fans as intakes. I'm currently using CM Sickleflows for this purpose, but I want to replace them because I know they are better at making noise than moving air. I am using the built in fan controller with the 4 Sickleflows on the mesh side-panel.

Before I buy 4 new case fans though, should I expect to see a drop in gpu temps if I do replace these fans, or will I only really be saving myself from the noise of the CoolerMaster fans without increasing airflow?

I'm also curious if I should consider flipping something around as an exhaust fan. I have positive pressure and when the cpu is under a heavy load, I can feel a lot of hot air being pushed out of the front of the case from the 5.25" drive bay area. I'm concerned that I may have so much positive pressure that I may be impeding the CFM of of my intakes. Is there a good way to test this?

I haven't been impressed with the any of the 200mm fan options I've tried in the front of that case. Has anyone had any luck fitting two 120mm fans in this location? I've seen comments here indicating it's possible, but I would feel more comfortable if I could see a picture of how someone else approached this before I begin modding my case.

I have an extra pair of SP120s left over from when I upgraded my cooling solution. I also have the stock static pressure fans that came with the H100i.

I will try to get a picture uploaded if it might help. I'm not out of ideas yet, but I'm on the fence currently as to whether I can achieve what I want with this case, or if maybe it's time to replace it with a NZXT Switch or Phantom. I'm beginning to feel like spending money modding and changing the 600T any further just doesn't seem economical when you consider how much better air flow is through other cases that would also give me enough room to change my H100i to a push/pull exhaust. Especially since both of the NZXT cases are under $150 now.


If you don't have any exhaust, I see that as an issue. Positive pressure is great, but you have to have a place for the warm air to go.

You don't say anything about what hardware you have (other than your GPUs), and you also don't mention exactly what qualifies as "not happy with the temps", and compared to what? Did you have your cards installed in a different case at one time?

According to the other guys here they are knocking lots of degrees off their GPUs with side-mounted fans. Of course, if you have so little exhaust in your case, no matter how hard those fans blow they won't have much of an effect.

I use positive pressure in my case when I'm gaming (I can control what type of pressure my case has), and I still have the rear exhaust and I am also using my H100 as exhaust. Positive pressure doesn't mean zero exhaust. You just have to have more cfm entering the case than exiting.

As for the front 200mm fan, try using an NZXT 166 CFM fan. I have tried the Spectre Pro and the stock fans, and the NZXT really kicks both of them. Be aware that the mounting holes do not line up perfectly, so you will have to drill or otherwise mount the fan to the front grille. Also, since it's 30mm thick, don't expect to put your drive bays back in the front position.
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You owe her bigtime.....biggrin.gif

Nice hehe, mine is on it's way with the postman according to the tracking code! I want to stay home frown.gif

Also anyone know a good online store in the EU where I can buy a power brick for my Samsung XL2370? I want to use that thing as my second monitor and I seem to have 'misplaced' the power adaptor. Also a dvi cable redface.gif
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If you don't have any exhaust, I see that as an issue. Positive pressure is great, but you have to have a place for the warm air to go.

You don't say anything about what hardware you have (other than your GPUs), and you also don't mention exactly what qualifies as "not happy with the temps", and compared to what? Did you have your cards installed in a different case at one time?
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I do have one AF120 exhaust in the rear of the case, I'm just not sure if it's enough exhaust since there are 7 fans pushing air into the case. I did some testing last night though and removed one fan at a time and ran OCScanner's FPS test in between each change. The Delta T's were only a few tenths of a degree going from any combination of 1 or more side panel fans installed. When I removed all 4 though, the temps went up about 3 degrees. I think only using 2 of the side panel fans may be the best option. When I removed two of them I still had enough intakes to maintain positive pressure, and there are more places for hot air to escape. It was also much more quiet like this.

As for hardware, sorry, I had a list in the original post, but I edited out more than I intended and didn't notice. My bad....

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As for the temps I'm seeing on my gpus... at idle gpu1 sits around 60 C and gpu2 sits around 35 C. Under load gpu1 can heat up to 78-80 degrees, but gpu2 stays around 58-60 C. As for what I'm comparing my temps to... I had this exact same build in the same case but without the H100i. In place of the H100i I had a Zalman 9700. I ran this setup for 15 months and rarely saw temps exceed 70 degrees on my gpus. About a month ago I had the PC taken apart to clean it thoroughly and my cat decided I wasn't paying enough attention to her and she knocked the Zalman cooler off the counter, effectively destroying the cooler. Ever since I installed the H100i I've seen huge improvements in the temps on my i7-2600k, but gpu1's temps went up 10 degrees at idle and under load. When I had the Zalman I had the stock 120mm rear fan and the 200mm top fan as exhaust, with the 4 side panel fans and the 200mm front fan as intakes. Since the H100i turned one of my exhausts into an intake, I replaced the stock 120mm rear exhaust fan with an AF120 to help it exhaust air more quickly.

I was talking to a friend and he suggested that I might be seeing the higher than expected temps on gpu1 because it could be sucking up hot air that is being forced down from the top of the case by the fans on the radiator. After he suggested this I placed a 120mm fan inside the case to help direct air from the front intake to the area between and below the video cards. This seems to be helping quite a bit and dropped the temps on gpu1 by ~4 degrees.

So it seems like I have an air balance issue, even with 2 of the side-panel intakes removed. Tonight I want to try adding more exhaust fans above the video cards. I think I still have too much positive pressure and the hot air from my radiator isn't exhausting fast enough and it's causing the gpu1 to suck up the hot air that is being pushed through my radiator.
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Does anyone know where one could buy the mesh for the side panel? Want to put some fans on the side (intake for the GPUs), but don't want to cut up the window

Corsair sells the parts on their website. You can buy the entire side panel with both the window and the mesh for $30.

http://www.corsair.com/us/parts/case-parts.html?p=6 shows the white and silver side-panels.
http://www.corsair.com/us/parts/case-parts.html?p=7 shows the black side-panel.
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You owe her bigtime.....biggrin.gif

Yeah man,
BIG TIME, I ran prime95 for a few hours last night at 4.6 max was 51c. Also i think i could of turn the voltage down a bit too.
I love watercooling !
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Yeah man,
BIG TIME, I ran prime95 for a few hours last night at 4.6 max was 51c. Also i think i could of turn the voltage down a bit too.
I love watercooling !

So glad you got it all installed mate, awesome isn't it! Those temps are mental! It looks very similar to mine in terms of tubing wink.gif Nice job!
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Hi just wanted to know if the XSPC Raystorm D5 EX240 will fit in the top of my Corsair 600T with no mod?
http://www.amazon.com/XSPC-Raystorm-Universal-Watercooling-Radiator/dp/B008GMDBWS/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=2MJZ6PCINSTAD&coliid=I2KJB17CPXUZOX
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Yes it will fit.
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Samsung EVO 840 250GB SSD, Seagate Barracuda 3T... Full custom watercooling loop Windows 10 Pro 64bit Acer XB271HU  
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Razer Blackwidow Chroma TE Corsair HX1050 Professional Series Corsair 760T White Roccat Kone XTD 
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Roccat Alumic Asus D2X Sound Card Bose Companion 5 Speakers NZXT Hue+ RGB Lighting  
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Logitech G25 Steering Wheel 
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