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I wouldent bother changing the fans untill the end of the month as Corsair will be selling the 600tse fans and the 650d fans.

the 600tse fans are the same as the 600t but run at 1000rpm instead of 800

the 650d fans are black with no leds, have a different profile on the blades to the 600t and run at 1000rpm (i will be upgrading to these)

Yeah, I was thinking about that...the only issue I can see is that the 600T 200mm fans don't push a lot of air. I can barely feel the air coming off the fan. They're nice and quiet, but I don't mind a little noise...I lived with an 8800GT that would overheat while folding if the fan speed wasn't 60%+ (single fan, single slot cooler...thing sounded like a freakin' buzzsaw). I have a feeling that 2x120mm fans will have more of an impact up top, but I'll be doing some testing hopefully tonight. Will probably put the two Xigmatek crystal white LED fans up there to keep the look, change out the 120mm fan on the back, and swap out the 200mm fan in the front for the Antec Big Boy, if it will fit...and compare CPU/GPU temps with panel on/off. Also going to re-seat my CPU/GPU coolers with some new TIM, as I think the AS5 I had from 5-6 years ago may not be the greatest anymore.

edit - How do most of these fan manufacturers get away with posting such high CFM values on their specs, but in testing, they normally perform nowhere close to spec?
Edited by bmckenna - 5/18/11 at 11:41am
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post #1332 of 18217
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Originally Posted by drum corp 24 View Post
here it is. sign me up please!



soon i'll order NZXT sleeve cables so it will look more cleaner then now.
super clean! somebody has been studying hard.
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Originally Posted by bmckenna View Post
Yeah, I was thinking about that...the only issue I can see is that the 600T 200mm fans don't push a lot of air. I can barely feel the air coming off the fan. They're nice and quiet, but I don't mind a little noise...I lived with an 8800GT that would overheat while folding if the fan speed wasn't 60%+ (single fan, single slot cooler...thing sounded like a freakin' buzzsaw). I have a feeling that 2x120mm fans will have more of an impact up top, but I'll be doing some testing hopefully tonight. Will probably put the two Xigmatek crystal white LED fans up there to keep the look, change out the 120mm fan on the back, and swap out the 200mm fan in the front for the Antec Big Boy, if it will fit...and compare CPU/GPU temps with panel on/off. Also going to re-seat my CPU/GPU coolers with some new TIM, as I think the AS5 I had from 5-6 years ago may not be the greatest anymore.

edit - How do most of these fan manufacturers get away with posting such high CFM values on their specs, but in testing, they normally perform nowhere close to spec?
and battery life, and gas mileage, and.......

edit: if your going to test, would you mind also trying with and without the top and front fan grills? Curious how much they impact temps.
Edited by CesarNYC - 5/18/11 at 3:50pm
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post #1333 of 18217
awesome job darkcyde! for making the links for the pics of all the builds on the front page!!
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post #1334 of 18217
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A few of us have tried the NZXT, they definitely don't line up to the holes but people have made it work. Have you considered the Yate Loon 220mm fan? It was a fan mentioned early in this thread but I don't think anyone gave it a try. I am looking for a 180-220mm fan that has decent static pressure, or at least better then 1.82mm/h20 (thats what the NZXTs are).
You don't like your 200mm NZXT? I'm very happy with mine, and if I wasn't using two 120mm fans up top with my H70 I would buy another one for the top like you had. I really noticed quite an improvement in air flow when I installed it. Using this fan I can actually change the airflow of the case enough to switch between positive pressure and negative pressure. I never did do a temp comparison using it though, and there have been too many changes in my system lately to make a meaningful one now.

Lol, I'm not getting the 2nd HD 6950. When I ordered it, the store called me and said they had one in clearance for 25% off. Of course being a cheapskate I went for it. It was the wrong card, the newer version with no duel BIOS. So, I took it back but by then the store had sold the last new one they had. Since I couldn't find another one anywhere I sucked it up and bought a Sapphire HD6970 for $80 more.

I tried changing the fan curve in the flashed 6950 BIOS but apparently this card is not supported because the BIOS will not save the new settings. Too bad, that would have been an ideal solution. With the fan using the stock profile and the 6970 BIOS it only gets up to about 52% while the video card is cooking away up to the low 90s at around 98% GPU load (Borderlands). It's going to get hotter when I add the 6970 (should be here tomorrow) into the 600T. I've seen people claim their 6950 will shut down at 75c. I think maybe they need to RMA their card. In the meantime, it's back to Afterburner for the auto GPU fan control and more reasonable temps.

Hey, note: When I turn the 200mm NZXT fan up all the way and open the front dust cover, I can slowly move it back into position and at about a half inch away the fan will suck it closed.
Edited by Mergatroid - 5/18/11 at 8:03pm
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post #1335 of 18217
the 200mm nzxt are not bad, and they have an above average static pressure rating, but I was looking to see if there were 200mm fans with better static pressure >1.8 (since I am using it for the 200mm rad). After ruling out the other contenders, if you are going the 200mm route NZXT seem to be the best ones.
Sounds like you made out pretty good with your vid cards, I am curious to see how your OC works out with this pairing. 6950 can go way past 75º, I know I had experimented with placing them one on top of the other and was knocking on 100º door after playing a game. I wouldn't want to do that regularly but it seemed stable (and loud).
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post #1336 of 18217
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God I hope not. According to the website its copper fins and brass chambers, no mention of aluminum. Is that the Antec 200 rad you are thinking about?
I am adding this to a 240mm rad that I use for GPU cooling.
Your right! It is the Antec one I was thinking about.

Good luck on the build.

P.S Im a constant lurker here...
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Mergatroid- Did you see this?

http://www.overclock.net/13549455-post17971.html

New H80


New H100


If I hadn't just spent the money on my wc loop, it would almost be worth the wait!

EDIT: Would look most excellent in our 600T cases!!!
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post #1338 of 18217
Almost looks as if the 600T was designed for the H100... Or vise versa =)
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Almost looks as if the 600T was designed for the H100... Or vise versa =)

Really starting to regret the $600 in watercooling gear that just arrived from aquatuning yesterday morning....(H100 will be approx $200 USD) Oh well, there's always the next build!
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post #1340 of 18217
If we want to fit the H100 for 600t, it must be installed in Top panel and also the fan is installed behind the mesh..
The fan's airflow is blocked by 2 mesh (the top mesh and removeable mesh).. Can it still cool the processor efficiently?? Sorry for the noob question BTW,..
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