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Originally Posted by Fantomau;14853796 
I didnt have to drill holes to mount a CM megaflow fan in my 650D or 600T. The only thing using that fan does is you have to move the cage from the front, As the megflow fan is 200x200x30.

Yes I get what you are saying. If you want to use the CM fan you have two options:

1.) Move both HDD cages out (1 to bottom of chassis and the other 1 remove completely). Thereafter the CM fan can be mounted on the OUTSIDE of the fan bracket. I haqve 2 problems with this option. 1 is that there is a 20mm gap between the chassis and fan. 2 is that since the one HDD cage is moved down, it kinda obscures air intake to my bottom crossfire GFX card.

2.) Second option is to drill holes to mount the CM fan directly to the chassis (like Darkcyde did). Problems I have with that is the drilling as I said before and also the hole placments is rather close to the pre-drilled air intake holes in front.

Personally I preferred the modding of the stock 200 X 20mm fan from white to red LEDs as it was easy and kinda makes me feel that I achieved something that is a bit more of an elegant/suited/more correct look and feel when compared to the technical design of the chassis
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post #3042 of 18217
I received my CM megaflow 200 fan today (got rid of the LED wires too tongue.gif) and installed it on the front panel. It's so much quieter & nicer than the noisy stock fan. biggrin.gif
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post #3043 of 18217
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Originally Posted by CesarNYC;14854157 
Hmmm, mighty tempted now to pull the trigger, even before seeing what they look like......

They are honestly worth it! If you do contact Vincent from Demci, just tell him you have a Corsair Graphite 600T. He already has measurements for all the filters, you just need to explain to him EXACTLY which ones you want as well as you want the MESH ONLY, no magnetic frames as they will sit in between the panels and replace to stock nylon mesh. I have attached a pic for illustration.
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Originally Posted by Awkwardly Awesome;14851693 
Do it. For the added cost, its definitely worth it. My GTX 580 never got above 55 degrees while GPU folding.

Does the tubing size make that much of a difference?
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so here it is... I've finally got my NZXT extensions I've order 2 weeks ago... And I also bought 5 Scythe Typhoons (1450rpm). Here are the pictures of it:

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Damn dude, Clean that top smile.gif
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post #3047 of 18217
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Originally Posted by Fantomau;14864878 
Damn dude, Clean that top smile.gif

nahh. it's no use. because after 15min after cleaning it will be the same biggrin.gif
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Not for me, I'm getting a custom top filter for that smile.gif
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Originally Posted by CTV;14862054 
They are honestly worth it! If you do contact Vincent from Demci, just tell him you have a Corsair Graphite 600T. He already has measurements for all the filters, you just need to explain to him EXACTLY which ones you want as well as you want the MESH ONLY, no magnetic frames as they will sit in between the panels and replace to stock nylon mesh. I have attached a pic for illustration.
Allrighty then, I am in. Just fired off an email to them asking how much for a filter for the mesh side panel.

EDIT: Very quick response. Got back to me within the hour, Vincent that is. So far so good, price is not bad (USD 15.45) and shipping isn't bad considering its coming from South Africa (Postage USD 12.65) with tracking.
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Originally Posted by freitz;14864183 
Does the tubing size make that much of a difference?

Yeah, greater ID should give you higher flow rates and thicker OD should give you better bending radius before kinking. But realistically, 1-2º difference on system that is already optimized. If it clears up some other problems you have, could be a tiny bit more.
Edited by CesarNYC - 9/8/11 at 8:01am
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Originally Posted by CesarNYC;14865131 
Yeah, greater ID should give you higher flow rates and thicker OD should give you better bending radius before kinking. But realistically, 1-2º difference on system that is already optimized. If it clears up some other problems you have, could be a tiny bit more.

I will probably invest in some 1/2 id 3/4 Od tubing for my build right now i have 3/8id 1/2" od, but I will have to flush the system as I made a mistake in buying feser fluid instead of going distill with PT nuke and a piece of silver. If I am not mistaken that would be the best bet?

What seems to be the most durable tubing for tight bends?
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