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I like heaven 2.5 as a benchmark. It seems to really push your cards while still approximating the load you might see during gaming. For the sake of comparison I will download furmark when I get home tonight.
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Hey guys.. I just ditched my Phantom for the white version of the 600T. I'm wondering, for cooling wise, what would be better, a heatsink/fan combo or a Corsair H60 for the CPU?
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h60 my friend... its a huge difference in temps. and if u want wait a few and get the new h100 wen it ships, its going to be amazing for a closed loop system
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H100 or the XSPC Rasa 750 newbie water cooling kit?
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Hey guys.. I just ditched my Phantom for the white version of the 600T. I'm wondering, for cooling wise, what would be better, a heatsink/fan combo or a Corsair H60 for the CPU?
The hydro series of coolers, up until now at least, compete with high end air coolers. It really depends on which you prefer. Personally I prefer the bulk of the cooler to be mounted on the case instead of the cpu. Plus, again just my opinion, I find the Hydro type coolers look nicer than the air coolers and most of the time you end up with more space around the motherboard. The Rasa type kits are great too, but they do require maintenance whereas the sealed water coolers are maintenance free. I believe the H60 also comes with a five year warranty now, and Corsair has been very reasonable replacing any equipment damaged in very rare instances of leakage.

I can't tell you what to pick, but I ended up with an H70. If CeaserNYC is getting a waterblock for his CPU, maybe you can get his H70 at a good price? Of course the 5 year warranty and Corsair support are a nice feature of a new H60 (or wait a month and pick up an H80 or H100).
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yeah I want the H100 but cant decide if I want that or a rasa or swifttech kit. I like the no maintenance of the closed systems though...I got an antec kuhler 620 right now...Wonder If I should even bother, lol but then again I like to tinker..

Of all the corsair ones out as of now, whats the best one? H 50 60 or 70?
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why would you be selling it? its the perfect case
I agree i loved it, but i parted out my whole rig. Need the money.
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Here guys, my idle and load temps for a modded 600T with an H70 mounted on top push/pull as exhaust, front 200mm NZXT fan, bottom 120mm intake fan, upper-rear and rear 120mm exhaust fans. Two H6970(ish) cards in CrossfireX and a partridge in a pare tree.

Ambient 22c

Idle:



Load 1 hour 57 minutes of Prime95 and Furmark:



Needless to say I'm pretty darned happy with my temps. Of course, I am not overclocking the video cards (I don't count the H6950 to 6970 flash as an overclock since it responds exactly the same as the 6970 does if they are reversed). If ambient increases my temps can swing up by about 5 degrees, but I try and keep it under 25 in the house.

This is a 2.5GHz Core 2 Quad overclocked to 3.3GHz. I had hit up to 72c on my stock Intel cooler while gaming at 2.5GHz. So, cooler than stock and overclocked using the H70 push/pull with 2 Scythe Slipstream high speed 1900 RPM PWM fans that are CPU controlled.
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yeah I want the H100 but cant decide if I want that or a rasa or swifttech kit. I like the no maintenance of the closed systems though...I got an antec kuhler 620 right now...Wonder If I should even bother, lol but then again I like to tinker..

Of all the corsair ones out as of now, whats the best one? H 50 60 or 70?
They're pretty close. If you're talking stock then, by about five or so degrees give or take a couple, it's H50->H60->H70.

If you add another fan to the H50 or H60 they're both within a couple of degrees of the H70 with the H70 pulling out slightly at higher temps. I got the H70 at the H50 price on sale. If you don't plan on adding or swapping fans I would suggest the H60 since it has the new pump and is compatible with the Corsair link (keep future options open).
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The hydro series of coolers, up until now at least, compete with high end air coolers. It really depends on which you prefer. Personally I prefer the bulk of the cooler to be mounted on the case instead of the cpu. Plus, again just my opinion, I find the Hydro type coolers look nicer than the air coolers and most of the time you end up with more space around the motherboard. The Rasa type kits are great too, but they do require maintenance whereas the sealed water coolers are maintenance free. I believe the H60 also comes with a five year warranty now, and Corsair has been very reasonable replacing any equipment damaged in very rare instances of leakage.

I can't tell you what to pick, but I ended up with an H70. If CeaserNYC is getting a waterblock for his CPU, maybe you can get his H70 at a good price? Of course the 5 year warranty and Corsair support are a nice feature of a new H60 (or wait a month and pick up an H80 or H100).
Does the 600T have enough air flow to feed both a heatsink/fan CPU cooler and a msi twin 3? That's what concerns me because my twin 3 throws the heat into the case That's why I am thinking of getting the H60 because from it seems like, no matter what it will keep the CPU cool and the front 200mm fan can feed cool air the video card.
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