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I vote black Primochill Pro LRT
Wow Really black with that color combo?
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Wow Really black with that color combo?
Yep. Red and black always looks good.
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Had my 600T SE for about 2 months now and loving it, except for the dam creaking of the perspex panel! but cthining about changing that to a full clear panel or getting a solid panel and then doing some graphics on it!
I am LOVING the white case! I do think however that you should put the PSU cables through the grommet next to the PSU, it would look ALOT cleaner. Just my 2 cents
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Boomer Sooner!!

Texas, well they uh.. You get the idea.
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Recently purchased a 600T and dipped my toe into the watercooling scene.







I still have some cable tiding to do and I also plan on adding some cold cathodes to a front panel rocker switches. Will repost once everything is completed.
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What is wrong with 4 posts guys?
It took me a while to get used to when I first started using forums, and different forums generally have slightly different rules. Traditionally most forums don't want you putting multiple messages in a row, but prefer you edit your message and add new information in the edit.

The exception is if someone has placed another post after yours, then you can start a new post again. Also, if you are going to have a couple of large posts with completely different topics then a couple of posts in a row would be fine (for example, a post replying to a bunch of other posts with quotes and everything followed by a post with testing and results for something you have been working on).

What I do is, when I create my first reply, I do it in a new window, then every reply after that I just copy and paste from one window to the other. When I get to the end I proof read and then submit.

People are generally pretty good about it here and give ya some slack, but I've been on other sites where the members are just nasty about it.

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My case was packaged with the front fan cover just laying alongside the motherboard door (I'm assuming this is not normal???) Anyhow, I counted more than 30 scuffs/scratches from the fan cover rubbing during shipping. Thank god the mesh was to the door and not the backside...

This would be a deal breaker for me but I run a CNC router every day and am planning a full acrylic side panel (or 2 if my wiring turns out as planned) so this may not be an issue. Still, I'd like to think that we don't need to start using spreadsheets to categorize case creaking noise levels ;P

I love this case. Nevertheless, I really expected a higher level of quality from Corsair.
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Welcome. I feel for you. pm Corsair-George and see if there's anything he can do to help you. Maybe they can send you another side panel.

I think a tiny little felt lining around the side panel window could alleviate some of those noises.

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Thanks dude!
Will give that a bash. I was also thinking of putting some thin foam in the inside betweek tah panel, the black frame and the perspex.

Also i need help on how to mount a gfx fan - my 6990 is runing rather warm.

Oh and one last thing, do the 200mm NZXT fans fit in the front?
Yes, the NZXT fan will fit (go back three or four pages where I have left basic instructions and a few pictures of how to go about it). The NZXT fan is a little too thick, so you need to do a little mod to get it to fit depending on where you position your drive cages and which version of the 600T you have.

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Recently purchased a 600T and dipped my toe into the watercooling scene.


I still have some cable tiding to do and I also plan on adding some cold cathodes to a front panel rocker switches. Will repost once everything is completed.
That's an awesome job for just "dipping your toe in". Watch out for those clear hoses. They seem to cloud up after a while, and I've heard the "plasticizer" or some other chemical can seep out internally and clog up your block.

Great job though. Looks sweet.
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It took me a while to get used to when I first started using forums, and different forums generally have slightly different rules. Traditionally most forums don't want you putting multiple messages in a row, but prefer you edit your message and add new information in the edit.

The exception is if someone has placed another post after yours, then you can start a new post again. Also, if you are going to have a couple of large posts with completely different topics then a couple of posts in a row would be fine (for example, a post replying to a bunch of other posts with quotes and everything followed by a post with testing and results for something you have been working on).

What I do is, when I create my first reply, I do it in a new window, then every reply after that I just copy and paste from one window to the other. When I get to the end I proof read and then submit.

People are generally pretty good about it here and give ya some slack, but I've been on other sites where the members are just nasty about it.



Welcome. I feel for you. pm Corsair-George and see if there's anything he can do to help you. Maybe they can send you another side panel.

I think a tiny little felt lining around the side panel window could alleviate some of those noises.



Yes, the NZXT fan will fit (go back three or four pages where I have left basic instructions and a few pictures of how to go about it). The NZXT fan is a little too thick, so you need to do a little mod to get it to fit depending on where you position your drive cages and which version of the 600T you have.



That's an awesome job for just "dipping your toe in". Watch out for those clear hoses. They seem to cloud up after a while, and I've heard the "plasticizer" or some other chemical can seep out internally and clog up your block.

Great job though. Looks sweet.
Thanks for the tip on the clear hoses. I do plan on eventually getting some colored hoses. I'm trying to go for a black/white color scheme so I may get some black or white tubing later on down the line.
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Anyone know offhand what 200mm fans (brand) will fit into the 600T mounts without any modifications?

Xigmatek and Bitfenix both make white LED 200mm fans but I am uncertain if they will align with the mounting holes.
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Anyone know offhand what 200mm fans (brand) will fit into the 600T mounts without any modifications?

Xigmatek and Bitfenix both make white LED 200mm fans but I am uncertain if they will align with the mounting holes.
I'm pretty sure Xigmatek uses the same fan vendor we did originally on the 600T. The specs on their publicly available 200mm fans are identical to our older, slower ones.
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The Xiggys will work. They are the same fan as the corsair, but there is one thing, you have to use longer threaded screws as the xiggy fans are only set up to mount as exhaust.

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