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i believe he implied he used zip ties?
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You should just go to the beginning of this thread and start reading. There are a ton of excellent water builds all throughout. Go back even 50 pages and you'll see a few really great builds.
I know this builds, they awesome, but my problem is how it fit together, because i want to cool my cpu, gpu, ram, hdd and mosfets and all of them with rads, pump and the other things in the 600T.

i search a google Sketch Up model of the 600T.
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post #2333 of 18197
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Anyone here have the phobya 200mm rad and has a spare mounting plate kicking around? I tried their support line and they cant hook me up.....
sorry, I am using both that came with the rad. Sucks that they can't sell you one, I was looking for a fan grill for their quad rad and had similar luck. Just out of curiosity, which fans are you using on the 200 rad?
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I know this builds, they awesome, but my problem is how it fit together, because i want to cool my cpu, gpu, ram, hdd and mosfets and all of them with rads, pump and the other things in the 600T.

i search a google Sketch Up model of the 600T.
Never heard of Sketch Up till you mentioned it. I downloaded it and it is cool. It looks like to make a detailed model it would take some time and skill. I am curious now, I want to give it a go. Might take forever so don't hold your breath. In the meantime I have done all types of shoe-horning rads into this case (120 rad, 200, 240, 480), let me know what your thinking and I might be able to help.
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post #2334 of 18197
Google SketchUp has a pretty steep learning curve, but I've seen some amazing results with it. The program has a search and import function built in for various items from a library called Google 3D Warehouse.

Unfortunately, my own limited experience with it is related to kitchen remodel .
Edited by denydog - 7/13/11 at 4:56pm
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@Mergatroid

Are those two 120mm fans in the front mounted? Or did you just balance them somehow?
The bottom one is mounted/screwed to the drive cage, the top one is using ties top and bottom.

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Google SketchUp has a pretty steep learning curve, but I've seen some amazing results with it. The program has a search and import function built in for various items from a library called Google 3D Warehouse.

Unfortunately, my own limited experience with it is related to kitchen remodel .
That sounds pretty decent. I might take a look at it if I get a chance.

It sure would be nice if someone, who's initials start with CORSAIR (hint hint) would release a 3D model we could use for planning builds.

What a great sales aid that would make. Sort of like a CAD for Corsair case builds. Make a library of 3D objects representing other products like their coolers. Allow the customers (us) to make our own objects to add to the library.
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That sounds pretty decent. I might take a look at it if I get a chance.

It sure would be nice if someone, who's initials start with CORSAIR (hint hint) would release a 3D model we could use for planning builds.

What a great sales aid that would make. Sort of like a CAD for Corsair case builds. Make a library of 3D objects representing other products like their coolers. Allow the customers (us) to make our own objects to add to the library.
Sounds like a great idea. Maybe you should PM him that thought if he doesnt see it soon.
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post #2337 of 18197
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Never heard of Sketch Up till you mentioned it. I downloaded it and it is cool. It looks like to make a detailed model it would take some time and skill. I am curious now, I want to give it a go. Might take forever so don't hold your breath. In the meantime I have done all types of shoe-horning rads into this case (120 rad, 200, 240, 480), let me know what your thinking and I might be able to help.
Ok, thats the parts...

Board - Asus Sabertooth P67
mosfet cooler - ek waterblocks sabertooth P67 waterblock
Cpu-cooler - watercool heatkiller 3.0 black chrom
gpu-cooler - watercool heatkiller gpu-x³
ram - cooler - phobya u-cool
and a hdd waterblock from watercool- silentstar hd-quad core - into the 5,25" bay
rads - 120 (4,7cm), 240(3cm) and one 200mm phobya rad into the 600T
pump - phobya dc12-400
tubing - 13/10 Masterkleer

i can build some of this parts but the 600T its too heay for my
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post #2338 of 18197
When I took out one of the HDD cages out of my 600T SE and then moved the other cage next to the power supply, it always bugged me that the stand the cages were sitting on was still there. I tried like crazy to figure out how to get that stand out of the case.

I did not think about it for a while until I decided recently to not use the stock HDD cages at all and go with the Xigmatek 4in3 HDD cage instead. Then it started bugging me again that the stand was still there, well I am glad to say I figured out how to get the stand out of the case.

The stand is screwed into the case. There are two screws on the bottom of the case and two more on the top that are hard to access, as you have to pop the white part of the front of the case to access them.

I am really liking how open the inside of the case is now in front of the 200mm fan. So I am very much a happy camper right now.

Now if only you could use two 120mm fans where the front 200mm fan is.
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Ok, thats the parts...

Board - Asus Sabertooth P67
mosfet cooler - ek waterblocks sabertooth P67 waterblock
Cpu-cooler - watercool heatkiller 3.0 black chrom
gpu-cooler - watercool heatkiller gpu-x³
ram - cooler - phobya u-cool
and a hdd waterblock from watercool- silentstar hd-quad core - into the 5,25" bay
rads - 120 (4,7cm), 240(3cm) and one 200mm phobya rad into the 600T
pump - phobya dc12-400
tubing - 13/10 Masterkleer

i can build some of this parts but the 600T its too heay for my
I think there is a bit of a language barrier, but I bet your English is better then my German.

So let's start with the assumption you want about 240mm of rad per over clocked component. Then add another 120mm for the chipset, HDD, and ram. You could do less but it would hurt your over clock.

The 200mm rad is almost as good as a 360mm rad, should be good enough for your GPU and everything else besides the CPU. So now all we need is another 240mm right, maybe we don't need the 120mm? This is where it gets tricky.

It's easy to do push pull on the 200mm rad if you delete the HDD cages, but very hard to pull off anywhere else. Also a high performance 240rad don't fit in this case up top. A slim rad with push or pull only, fits. But it's a compromise, and you will need to go with a decent 120rad in the top/rear to compensate. Of course this will have to be push or pull only again, because it's tight up top. This is assuming You don't want to mount the fans outside of the case, but it won't look pretty.

I did this set up and I was not happy with it. Might work for you since you only have one GPU, but you will be at the ceiling of your cooling capacity. Make sure you pick up some quiet fans, no point in water-cooling if you aren't running quieter then air cooling. I didn't see your choice on a reservoir either.

I needed more so I made some changes, namely removing the underperformer 240 slim rad, went push/pull on the 120mm rad, and added the phobya 480 square rad onto the side panel. Not a new idea, but I hadn't seen it executed as cleanly as I would have liked. I think I pulled it off, I will post pics eventually.
Edited by CesarNYC - 7/14/11 at 3:45pm
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I noticed that the black 600T with a window just hit Newegg, thought you guys might be interested

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811139007
     
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