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Yes it will fit.

That's what she said.
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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

Isnt that the ones we have? You wont have push pull though
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Isnt that the ones we have? You wont have push pull though

At least not without modding that is.
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Hey guys, I'm thinking of getting the Corsair 600t (Silver) and wanted to know if this case is good for air cooling. I want to get Phanteks headsink soon with this case. So is this case good for air cooling and also will corsair make a revision of this case soon. Hate buying a case and a new one comes out next month of this.

Any help would be great.
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Hey guys, I'm thinking of getting the Corsair 600t (Silver) and wanted to know if this case is good for air cooling. I want to get Phanteks headsink soon with this case. So is this case good for air cooling and also will corsair make a revision of this case soon. Hate buying a case and a new one comes out next month of this.

Any help would be great.

We actually had a conversation about Corsair potentially releasing an updated version and, if I am not mistaken, we came to a general consensus it won't happen any time soon. I personally have the silver edition and I love it. I think that whether or not a case is good for air cooling definitely depends on the fans you plan to use. I have a Phanteks cooler (check my sig rig for specifics) and it works great in the case. Definitely don't need to worry about not enough space. If for whatever reason the case isn't cool enough, you can always slap on better fans, change the window for the included mesh side, or even add liquid cooling further down the road. My personal opinion is that even if a new revision comes out, I don't see how it could make enough improvements to warrant regret with buying this one now, at least not as far as air cooling is concerned.
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Again, Corsair George himself has said they're not planning a 600T revision.
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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.
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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.

Nice job troubleshooting, and your friend sounds like a fairly knowledgeable guy.

I use my H100 as exhaust for the very reason he mentions. Here are a few things for you to consider.

1: H100 as exhaust will allow your internal case temp to decrease since you are not blowing warm CPU air into your case.
2: Using H100 as exhaust will likely increase your cpu temp by a few degrees since you are exhausting warm case air through the rad.
3. The top card is always a little warmer than the lower card.
4. Considering #3, your top card seems excessively warm to me. Perhaps, if you haven't already tried it, you could swap the two cards around just to confirm there isn't a cooling issue on your current GPU #1.

Generally. if you are using a "blower" type card that exhausts out the back of the case, it's OK to use the H100 as exhaust. This will lower your internal case temp by a couple of degrees.

Generally, if you are using GPUs with radial type coolers that exhaust inside the case, you may want to use your H100 as intake since you don't want hot GPU exhaust going through your H100 rad.

Personally, I like this case so much due to other considerations that I modded it a little to increase internal cooling. I use that 166 cfm 200mm NZXT fan in the front of my case, and I cut a 120mm hole in the bottom of my case and installed another intake fan pointing up at my GPUs.

My cards are Sapphire HD6970 cards, and they get quite warm, but they don't get as warm as your top card does. In your place, I would really turn those H100 fans around and use them as exhaust. If you feel this has too much of an effect on your positive pressure, you can turn down or shut off the rear exhaust fan.

In my case, I have all my fans connected to a Scythe fan controller and my H100 fans (which are Scythe PWM fans) are auto controlled by my motherboard. When I'm gaming, I turn up my intake fans to maintain the positive pressure in the case (since the H100 exhaust fans will increase their RPM as the CPU warms up).

You could try some Scythe AP15 GT fans on your side mesh. Some of the guys here swear by them.
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Isnt that the ones we have? You wont have push pull though

Erm.....I seem to have push / pull on my radiator lol No modding required just slightly different way of mounting tongue.gif


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^ how was that exactly mounted again? I'm too lazy to backread ha! tongue.gif
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lol LAZY!

You just mount the radiator closer to the side panel rather than further back...picture below might help. I had to fit repair washers on mine because I cut out the mesh. If you don't cut it out you wont need those. You then place fans over the top but they will only cover about 3/4 of the radiators surface due to being in a different location.

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