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I was thinking if is better for H80 or H100,because the H100 on the top take only hot air of GPU..and the H100 daesn't good work..
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.....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).
lol, that H70 has only a few miles on it, going to keep it around for awhile. I am thinking of doing something perverse with it and use it in a Hackintosh rig I am throwing together in my old Lian Li V1000.... Got some good news this morning, my last waterblock and rad has shipped, too bad I won't see it till Monday.
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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

Load 1 hour 57 minutes of Prime95 and Furmark:

I am jealous of your chipset temps. If my NB temps weren't so bakeriffic and I was able to overclock my 6950s on stock voltage, there would have been no need to watercool. If a few people more people could post some torture test screen shots it would help get an idea of what really works, and what people think works. Thanks for showing everyone the format.

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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.
I haven't seen anyone try it yet, but if you made the H100/H80/H70/H60 as an intake mounted up top along with the other top fan as intake, and made the bottom/front fan as an exhaust, this might keep your GPUs cooler then the stock 600T config. There are tons of people with H70s and radial cooler vid cards, just need for peoples results to start rolling in.....
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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 frown.gif 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.

My Lightning stays cool enough. Definitely hotter than other with a TF3 cooler, but still cooler than the reference cards. But check out at this post: http://www.overclock.net/computer-cases/831636-official-corsair-graphite-club-202.html#post13976813.
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would like to be added...just finished installing the watercooling kit from xspc yesterday temps dropped 7 degrees vs h70.

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do you really need 8 fans? bit OTT imo... 11 if you include psu and gpus... will be loud as hell!
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One thing to keep in mind when planning out GPU cooling is that there are a couple of different styles of popular GPU coolers. One is the "Blower" style, and one is the "Radial" style. Most GPU coolers are variants of one of these.

I've attached an image to show what I'm talking about. The "Blower" style is the most popular, so most cases are set up to excel with that type of layout.

However, third-party heatsinks, and some custom versions of OEM heatsinks use the "Radial" style, which exhausts hot air back into the case.

For optimal cooling with the "Blower" style, front to back, bottom to top airflow is the best.

For optimal cooling with the "Radial" style, side panel fans, and bottom to top can help. In some instances, turning the front fan into an exhaust and the top and side fans into intakes has dropped temps significantly in the labs.

"Radial" style coolers are used on high-end multi-GPU coolers like the 590 and 6990 primarily for cost/performance reasons. It would be very difficult to push enough air through a long card with dual heatsinks with a single blower fan, and to cool dual GPUs, you really need to have some sort of central cooling solution unless you are going to waterblocks.

Hope this helps a bit.
I plan to use an Asus GTX570 Direct CUII GPU in my 600T SE. Does this card use a radial style cooler (that will force hot air into my case)? And if so, should I consider reconfiguring my stock fan orientation (intake vs. exhaust, etc.)? I don't want to have to use the side panel vent if avoidable (I prefer to keep the sealed window).


Edited by BMWBig6 - 6/24/11 at 7:42am
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I have 13 12cm case fans and the only thing i hear is my hx750
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I plan to use an Asus GTX570 Direct CUII GPU in my 600T SE. Does this card use a radial style cooler (that will force hot air into my case)? And if so, should I consider reconfiguring my stock fan orientation (intake vs. exhaust, etc.)? I don't want to have to use the side panel vent if avoidable (I prefer to keep the sealed window).

That cooler will exhaust some hot air into the case, but not just from the ends, it'll come out just about everywhere. For your setup, I'd personally move the top drive cage to the bottom of the case, for more airflow from the front fan to the GPU. Test it with standard setup. Ideally, the best cooling would be to add the side panel vent, but with just one 570 it won't be necessary to get decent temps, especially with that giant heatsink.
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do you really need 8 fans? bit OTT imo... 11 if you include psu and gpus... will be loud as hell!
yeah was a little too loud with the fan controller all the way up, so took out the two fans in front of the hard drive cage
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Updated rig pics!
wow that looks really clean! good job blaucopter!

edit: i just noticed your hdds are hidden on top haha thats really really clean!
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