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Originally Posted by twennywonn View Post
Hello all I just bought the 600t and I have a quick question that is plaguing me.

If I buy the H100 and pull the top 200mm and set it up according to the manual I will have 2 intakes and 1 exhaust. Or do I just set the H100 as exhaust or do I change the front 200mm to an exhaust. Hopefully that all makes sense.

Or

Just but the H80 and leave the fans the way they are.


Important notes

The difference of the H80 and H100 is only 5 dollars for me through my work.

Also my case came with the new revised 1000 rpm fans.
Most are putting the H100 on top on the inside and exhausting / pulling out.

I've been thinking of ways to mount it on top outside and push from the inside. Seems like a lot of work. I think I've seen one person pushing in from the outside. There was 2-3 Graphite cases in the H100 thread.

The whole push / pull config... you won't have room unless you modify the case. Check the last page.
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Most are putting the H100 on top on the inside and exhausting / pulling out.

I've been thinking of ways to mount it on top outside and push from the inside. Seems like a lot of work. I think I've seen one person pushing in from the outside. There was 2-3 Graphite cases in the H100 thread.

The whole push / pull config... you won't have room unless you modify the case. Check the last page.
i got mine pushing in, cause i dont see how pulling the air out from the radiator through the top grill to the fan to the top fan cover is gonna be a good smooth airflow.
yeah the case'll prob be a little more dusty, but i would think intake down from the top will have better performance.
post #2653 of 18196
I have my H100 set as intake...my only exhaust fan is the AP-15 on the rear of the case. I'm getting great temps.
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I have my H100 set as intake...my only exhaust fan is the AP-15 on the rear of the case. I'm getting great temps.
Ic. Is there a how to on taking apart the 600T? There's gotta be a way to mount the rad on the outside and push... I'm staring at it and it doesn't seem too hard. I'm one of those torque it too hard and snap bolts on the car kind of guy...

I might just slap a Cooler Master A12025-20RB-3BN-F1 on the rear. Sucky thing is I have 2 blue and 2 red.
Edited by chrischoi - 8/10/11 at 10:31pm
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Here we have a comparison of the H70 vs the H100 as close as I could make them.

The H70 temp set was taken the night before in the exact same conditions except it was 1c cooler. (I have verified my ambient temp with a multimeter).

We all know the answer to The Question right? 42. Well, the answer to this question seems to be the lucky number 7.

Granted I have had a problem with my fan controller so I cannot turn down the group 5 "flow fans", but the rest of the conditions were as close as I could make them. I got a few really strange readings with the chipset temps, I have no idea why. In any case, adding in the 1c difference in ambient it looks to me like a pretty clear 7c drop in heavy load temps over a 20 minute test period from the H70 to the H100. The idle temps are at the throttled down 2.5GHz while the torture tests are at 3.3GHz. The torture tests were performed using Prime95 in default settings and Furmark also in default settings. Each test was 20 minutes.

Here is how similar the two units were in setup. I think it's a fairly even comparison:



And here is a screenshot of the temps in Access:



Here is a typical test:



I have to say a 7c drop is in the ballpark of what I expected (5-10c) but I was hoping for a little more.

I may consider intake on the H100 now if I can find something decent to use as a dust filter material to line the fans or upper grill with.

If anyone is wondering the interior "push" fans are the Corsair H100 stock fans, and the top "pull" fans are Scythe 1900RPM high speed Slipstream fans.

I should also mention that I really hate not knowing the fan speeds on the H100. And, their adjustment is really limited if you don't want to open your case to turn them down (it's loud with four fans running in the high speed range all the time). I may get the Corsair Link just so I can control the H100 fans. In the meantime, I might make a four way PWM splitter and run them all off my CPU_FAN header again so it's not so loud all the time. Having to open the case to adjust the fans is really inconvenient. I can see the Link being a nice addition (or a second fan controller). Better hurry up Corsair, can't wait forever...

Would I recommend the H100? Well, it's a great cooler and it will give better temps as intake if you don't mind periodically fighting dust demons (bunnies is just too nice for them) or getting some kind of filter happening (really, there's a filter on the front but not on the top?). Still a little on the pricy side even at $109. Would I purchase it in place of an H80? That's a tough question. I would love to test an H80 in the same conditions. Still, all the hydro series are good coolers, and each model is an incremental improvement over the last with an incremental price to go along with it.
Edited by Mergatroid - 8/12/11 at 2:18pm
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Finally got around to fixing the kink going from the 120 rad to the graphics card.

*snip*
Nice.
That's how I wanted my loop configured. The tubing wasn't having any of it though. I can't be bothered to strip it down for a while but when I do I'll get some angled conectors and show it who's boss.
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Here we have a comparison of the H70 vs the H100 as close as I could make them.

The H70 temp set was taken the night before in the exact same conditions except it was 1c cooler. (I have verified my ambient temp with a multimeter).

We all know the answer to The Question right? 42. Well, the answer to this question seems to be the lucky number 7.

Granted I have had a problem with my fan controller so I cannot turn down the group 5 "flow fans", but the rest of the conditions were as close as I could make them. I got a few really strange readings with the chipset temps, I have no idea why. In any case, adding in the 1c difference in ambient it looks to me like a pretty clear 7c drop in heavy load temps over a 20 minute test period from the H70 to the H100. The idle temps are at the throttled down 2.5GHz while the torture tests are at 3.3GHz. The torture tests were performed using Prime95 in default settings and Furmark also in default settings. Each test was 20 minutes.

Here is how similar the two units were in setup. I think it's a fairly even comparison:



And here is a screenshot of the temps in Access:



Here is a typical test:



I have to say a 7c drop is in the ballpark of what I expected (5-10c) but I was hoping for a little more.

I may consider intake on the H100 now if I can find something decent to use as a dust filter material to line the fans or upper grill with.

If anyone is wondering the interior "push" fans are the Corsair H100 stock fans, and the top "pull" fans are Scythe 1900RPM high speed Slipstream fans.

I should also mention that I really hate not knowing the fan speeds on the H100. And, their adjustment is really limited if you don't want to open your case to turn them down (it's loud with four fans running in the high speed range all the time). I may get the Corsair Link just so I can control the H100 fans. In the meantime, I might make a four way PWM splitter and run them all off my CPU_FAN header again so it's not so loud all the time. Having to open the case to adjust the fans is really inconvenient. I can see the Link being a nice addition (or a second fan controller). Better hurry up Corsair, can't wait forever...

Would I recommend the H100? Well, it's a great cooler and it will give better temps as intake if you don't mind periodically fighting dust demons (bunnies is just too nice for them) or getting some kind of filter happening (really, there's a filter on the front but not on the top?). Still a little on the pricy side even at $109. Wold I purchase it in place of an H80? That's a tough question. I would love to test an H80 in the same conditions. Still, all the hydro series are good coolers, and each model is an incremental improvement over the last with an incremental price to go along with it.
So i just got the 600T White edition and i have 4 additional 120mm fans (Gelid Wing 12) which i want to use to cool my gpu (GTX480) by placing them all on the mesh panel. I also have a H60 which i was thinking of positioning where the stock 120mm fan was on the case but could i move it next to the 200mm stock fan on top or would it not fit. i feel that having the front 200mm and 4 120mm (1500RPM) as intake and only the top 200mm and my h60 as exaust it wouldnt be enough to circulate the air, do not my 480 is the GTX480 lightning so its not ref. So i myself am puzzled what to do.

I also saw on your diagram you had a fan (2) on the base of the case next to the PSU, i havent gotten my case yet but is there an openening there for a fan?

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I also saw on your diagram you had a fan (2) on the base of the case next to the PSU, i havent gotten my case yet but is there an openening there for a fan?

Thanks

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post #2659 of 18196
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Finally got around to fixing the kink going from the 120 rad to the graphics card.
Exactly what you needed. Have you seen a change in temps without the kink? Should have gotten better flow without the kink, just curious how big of an impact a kink makes.
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Originally Posted by twennywonn View Post
Hello all I just bought the 600t and I have a quick question that is plaguing me.

If I buy the H100 and pull the top 200mm and set it up according to the manual I will have 2 intakes and 1 exhaust. Or do I just set the H100 as exhaust or do I change the front 200mm to an exhaust. Hopefully that all makes sense.

Or

Just but the H80 and leave the fans the way they are.


Important notes

The difference of the H80 and H100 is only 5 dollars for me through my work.

Also my case came with the new revised 1000 rpm fans.
For a 5 dollar difference I would definitely get the H100. You don't have to make it intake, you might not squeeze out every degree from it that way, but I am sure it will still perform admirably. I would experiment,make it intake, see how it impacts your chipset temps, then decide.
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Ic. Is there a how to on taking apart the 600T? There's gotta be a way to mount the rad on the outside and push... I'm staring at it and it doesn't seem too hard. I'm one of those torque it too hard and snap bolts on the car kind of guy...

I might just slap a Cooler Master A12025-20RB-3BN-F1 on the rear. Sucky thing is I have 2 blue and 2 red.
I haven't seen a guide either, but its six tabs on either side to remove the end piece/molding. I would't go Great Ape on the tabs but they seem pretty sturdy and have removed the front several times with no issues.
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So i just got the 600T White edition and i have 4 additional 120mm fans (Gelid Wing 12) which i want to use to cool my gpu (GTX480) by placing them all on the mesh panel. I also have a H60 which i was thinking of positioning where the stock 120mm fan was on the case but could i move it next to the 200mm stock fan on top or would it not fit. i feel that having the front 200mm and 4 120mm (1500RPM) as intake and only the top 200mm and my h60 as exaust it wouldnt be enough to circulate the air, do not my 480 is the GTX480 lightning so its not ref. So i myself am puzzled what to do.

I also saw on your diagram you had a fan (2) on the base of the case next to the PSU, i havent gotten my case yet but is there an openening there for a fan?

Thanks
A 200mm fan and a 120 fan overlap so you couldn't mount both, sorry. With modding it would be possible. Also no opening at the bottom but thats an easy mod.
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The dremel is the more versatile tool, can make blow holes as well as remove grills or make windows. But for perfect circles, I like a 4.5" hole saw for 120mm fans.
Edited by CesarNYC - 8/11/11 at 6:54am
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Can you come over and drill a hole for me? I'll give you $10.

Here's a crap pic. I'm gonna grab a 570 shortly... and need to clean up some wires.



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