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I second this. There are some amazing builds in this case. All look good, most look excellent. It would be awesome if you could see all the pictures in this thread on one page. Would be easy to come up with new ideas for others, instead of scanning through the pages.
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Excellent suggestion. I'm on it.
This is a terrific idea!!!
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post #1302 of 18196
OP should link the name of each member to their build posted in this thread..

But it seems quite difficult. This page thread is big and mostly people have lost track to their build posted..

It would be be great if realized though...
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So my CPU dropped about 4 deg C and my GPU dropped about 5 deg C within a minute after opening up the side panel of my case, reinforcing my notion that the airflow isn't terribly great. I contacted coolcox about their 100/140 CFM 200mm fans listed on their website, but am not holding out much hope of them selling individual items, and can't find a retailer for them stateside. Plus, I have to say...I really like the look of the white LEDs, and they don't make one...wonder if I could remove whatever color is on the LED to make them white, heh.

To attempt to combat the buildup of heat inside the case, I've purchased 3 different 120mm fans (xigmatek crystal with white LED, coolermaster rifle bearing, and scythe slipstream 1200rpm) to give some qualitative testing on noise and airflow. I'm thinking I'll wind up replacing the top 200mm fan with 2x120mm white LED fans (the xigmatek seem to be good candidates for this as long as they're not atrociously loud), as I believe this is possible given there's room for a radiator up there, and also replacing the rear 120mm fan (since the fans on the CPU cooler point right at it, and I don't think it's doing a great job exhausting what's being thrown at it) with something that moves a bit more air to see if that helps until the side panel arrives. Once that comes in, I'll probably get 4 relatively quiet non LED 120mm fans for the side panel and hook them up to the controller built into the case so I can control their speed to some degree.

Even with all of this, I'm still glad I didn't get the white SE version, as I'm not a fan of the white case look. Too "mac" for my tastes.
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post #1304 of 18196
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how to remove front mask from Corsair 600T because I want to remove this thing here:

http://www.pohrani.com/f/M/Tn/2Hnf3stV/p1014843.jpg

because screws are all the way underneath the front mask.

thanks in advance!
There are 3 tabs on each side of the case that hold the front panel on. You have to GENTLY (they can be easy to break) work them to release the lock.

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post #1305 of 18196
I'm also concerned about the airflow...600 SE out for delivery as we speak. Does anyone have the CFM specs for the (2) 120s and in particular the 1x 120 exhaust?
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post #1306 of 18196
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There are 3 tabs on each side of the case that hold the front panel on. You have to GENTLY (they can be easy to break) work them to release the lock.

Remember to remove anything in the 5.25 cages first. And you only need to do two out of the three tabs on each side if you just want to remove the hard drive pedestal, gives you just enough clearance to get to the screws.
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post #1307 of 18196
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There are 3 tabs on each side of the case that hold the front panel on. You have to GENTLY (they can be easy to break) work them to release the lock.

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Remember to remove anything in the 5.25 cages first. And you only need to do two out of the three tabs on each side if you just want to remove the hard drive pedestal, gives you just enough clearance to get to the screws.
thank you guys.
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I'm also concerned about the airflow...600 SE out for delivery as we speak. Does anyone have the CFM specs for the (2) 120s and in particular the 1x 120 exhaust?
I thought I remembered hearing that the new 200mm fans were just shy of 100CFM. I believe they run at 1000 rpm instead of 800, but with similar noise rating (from what I remember reading).
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CesarNYC..how are you liking the MCP35x? My parts are getting here tomorrow from Aquatuning. I went with the Heatkiller 3.0 LT, FrozenQ Fusion 250mm res, MCP35x w/ heatkiller LT top, Black Ice GT Stealth 240 + 120 rads, Koolance 6870 full block (hope it fits, no data on my card,) Bitspower black compressions, & koolance quick release fittings for the res.
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CesarNYC..how are you liking the MCP35x? My parts are getting here tomorrow from Aquatuning. I went with the Heatkiller 3.0 LT, FrozenQ Fusion 250mm res, MCP35x w/ heatkiller LT top, Black Ice GT Stealth 240 + 120 rads, Koolance 6870 full block (hope it fits, no data on my card,) Bitspower black compressions, & koolance quick release fittings for the res.
It's been pretty good so far. It's really loud out of the box, it defaults to 100% speed if no PWM signal detected. At 100% there is so much water pressure the reservoir looks like a shark attack and I can see the water spiraling up and down the tubes. I think part of the issue I was having getting the bubbles out is there was so much turbulence in the res that it was putting back the air into the loop again. When I lowered the pump speed to about 1900-2400rpm. The bubbles started to collect in my res. Also at that speed the pump is very quiet.
Sounds like you got some killer stuff on the way. Can't wait to see how you decide to run your lines. I don't like how mine are at the moment, I am going to tear it down and make some minor changes, also I have the 200 rad coming Friday and was going to have to change it regardless.
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