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post #1691 of 18196
BåGan, I would use the airflow #2 with a slight change: use the top fans as intakes and let the positive pressure get rid of the hot air through the back of the case. It worked really well for me. Check my post here for more infos smile.gif
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more pics of the h100
http://www.corsair.com/blog/corsair-link-gaming-pc-build-log/
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post #1693 of 18196
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Originally Posted by Darkcyde;13779537 
I have a copper/acetal CPU block and a res/pump top from EK. After seeing the response to the plating defects from the CEO, I am compelled no to do business with them any more. That being said, I don't see any reason to use nickel plated blocks in the first place. Bare copper is always going to transfer heat better than nickel plated copper anyway. It may look "bling", but the extra cost is not worth it IMHO.

Don't they use nickle because it doesn't corrode or oxidize as bad as copper does? Copper conducts better, but the surface can oxidize. That's the only reason I can come up with for plating the copper. Of course, they plate copper RCA connectors (and just about everything else) with gold. Considering copper is a better conductor than gold this doesn't make much sense either unless you take oxidizing into account.
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Originally Posted by Synthean;13789042 
Ok....I clean the inside up a bit....but ended up having to replace window with mesh for gpu heat. All comments welcomed!
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Very nice there bud. Goes with the case very well. I used black tubing like that on my first 600T build. It was a real b!tch to rout it and fit it all. Can we see a picture of the other side (the "dark side").
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Originally Posted by TC_Fenua;13768073 
Hi all !

First post, hehe.

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Asus Sabertooth P67

Well done. Love that Sabertooth board. Might have to get me one.
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post #1694 of 18196
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more pics of the h100
http://www.corsair.com/blog/corsair-link-gaming-pc-build-log/

The LED kits really stick out like a sore thumb against the black interior. Too bad they could not use black PCB to mount the LEDs. IT will be tricky to incorporate it into a build and not ruin the look.

On a side note, has anyone else been disappointed with the retention mechanism of their AirFlow Fan that came w/Dominator Sticks? It's a wobbly mess. I actually own the Air Flow Pro light kit that goes on top of that too, but too much vibration made me take it all off. I wonder if anyone has ever tried to mount the Pro light kit to a ram waterblock.....
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Originally Posted by CesarNYC;13795397 
The LED kits really stick out like a sore thumb against the black interior. Too bad they could not use black PCB to mount the LEDs. IT will be tricky to incorporate it into a build and not ruin the look.

Yeah defo, I would possible hide them in the drive bays or behind the mobo, so that you can just see it as some...ambient lighting......#

the strips are so short too
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post #1696 of 18196
Starting to build my 600t. Will take some time to finish meanly because windows dos not recognize my aquastream pump so i sent it RMA. Here is a first pic.
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Starting to build my 600t. Will take some time to finish meanly because windows dos not recognize my aquastream pump so i sent it RMA. Here is a first pic.
014774-8.jpg

lmao i hope you modded the case for them radiators to allow more airflow..
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Originally Posted by antipesto93;13795404 
Yeah defo, I would possible hide them in the drive bays or behind the mobo, so that you can just see it as some...ambient lighting......#

the strips are so short too

The strips used there are prototypes, we'll have a cover for them that diffuses the light a bit so it'll be much less blatant. Three of the LED strips come with the kit and they're pretty bright, but you can expand up to 33 strips per channel on a single lighting controller, and each lighting controller has two channels, so if you want more lighting, we'll sell some add-ons that won't be too expensive.

The channels can be independently controlled, too. Right now each channel has three modes in Corsair Link:

1. Set to static color (256 shades of RGB for 16 million colors) and choose whether to "pulse" or not.

2. Set to 2 or 4 color cycle (I call this disco mode) which lets you select either 2 or 4 colors and the LEDs cycle through those colors in order.

3. Set to temperature controlled. You drag the LED to any temperature group identified in the case (hard drive, GPU, CPU, analog sensors, etc) and then select the temperature points (say, 35C, 45C, 55C) and then select a color for each temp point (Green, Yellow, Red for example) and the LED will change color based on the temperature of the item it's tied to.

It's pretty cool when you see it work in person. But those strips are not the final product.
post #1699 of 18196
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Originally Posted by arjan400016;13797472 
Starting to build my 600t. Will take some time to finish meanly because windows dos not recognize my aquastream pump so i sent it RMA. Here is a first pic.
014774-8.jpg

wow, you are not playing, that is a serious hard core set up. I did not think a 240 would fit up front, let alone two side by side. And the 360 up top looks a bit cramped, would love to see some more pics how you managed to fit it all in.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;13798379 
The strips used there are prototypes, we'll have a cover for them that diffuses the light a bit so it'll be much less blatant. Three of the LED strips come with the kit and they're pretty bright, but you can expand up to 33 strips per channel on a single lighting controller, and each lighting controller has two channels, so if you want more lighting, we'll sell some add-ons that won't be too expensive.

The channels can be independently controlled, too. Right now each channel has three modes in Corsair Link:

1. Set to static color (256 shades of RGB for 16 million colors) and choose whether to "pulse" or not.

2. Set to 2 or 4 color cycle (I call this disco mode) which lets you select either 2 or 4 colors and the LEDs cycle through those colors in order.

3. Set to temperature controlled. You drag the LED to any temperature group identified in the case (hard drive, GPU, CPU, analog sensors, etc) and then select the temperature points (say, 35C, 45C, 55C) and then select a color for each temp point (Green, Yellow, Red for example) and the LED will change color based on the temperature of the item it's tied to.

It's pretty cool when you see it work in person. But those strips are not the final product.

Oh wow, Thats much better then!
that's a lot of colours, i expected only red/blue or something!

will probably invest in one if the price is right!
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