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post #3111 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Robilar;14906153 
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.

Xigmatek & Bitfenix spectre's
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post #3112 of 18197
But what is the difference in airflow? Or is it that i have 6 drives in the front that is also restricting flow?

Would it be better to just mount a 120mm in the other side of the drives to give my 6990 a lil bit more coolness?
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post #3113 of 18197
The coolermaster megaflow screws in just fine bit I wouldn't bother. Sure it's quiet but so is the stock Corsair fan at the same RPM. Doesnt feel like it moves as much air either. I'm going to stick the old fan back in when I get time. Then at least I have a boost when I need it.
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post #3114 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid;14902941 
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.

Well here are the 4 posts:

1.) Commenting with quotes on another member's comment
2.) My DIY mod on changing stock white leds in 200mm fan to another colour. Has 5 pics attached (maximum I can upload at 1 time from what I can see)
2.) Supplementary information regarding testing of your mod as mentioned above using a PSU bypass and molex to 3pin adapter alongside another 1X pic (which I could not attach to post above due to restriction of 5 at 1 time)
4.) Question on airflow (another topic alltogeter)

I dont see no harm? Just asking questions and trying to enrich the 600T community with some experience/advice (like the fan LED mod)
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post #3115 of 18197
Maybe i should just get a 4 in 3 or a hdd rack for my 5.25 and then i'll get better flow!
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post #3116 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Random_Sheep;14908645 
But what is the difference in airflow? Or is it that i have 6 drives in the front that is also restricting flow?

Would it be better to just mount a 120mm in the other side of the drives to give my 6990 a lil bit more coolness?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Random_Sheep;14908754 
Maybe i should just get a 4 in 3 or a hdd rack for my 5.25 and then i'll get better flow!
Assuming you want to keep using the clear window, yeah I would attempt to mount a 120mm in the area below the 5.25 bay/HDD cages, this has been known to help some. Seeing as you have the 6990 with the radial style cooler, the vendor rep has also mentioned sometimes flipping the top of the case fans to intake, and making the front 200mm as exhaust, you can get better temps. This makes sense since the 6990 is a longer card and blowing hot air from both ends, very close to the front 200mm fan. Please give it a try, I have yet to see anyone take that advice and report on the effects.
Moving the HDD cages into the 5.25 also works smile.gif.
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Well here are the 4 posts:

1.) Commenting with quotes on another member's comment
2.) My DIY mod on changing stock white leds in 200mm fan to another colour. Has 5 pics attached (maximum I can upload at 1 time from what I can see)
2.) Supplementary information regarding testing of your mod as mentioned above using a PSU bypass and molex to 3pin adapter alongside another 1X pic (which I could not attach to post above due to restriction of 5 at 1 time)
4.) Question on airflow (another topic alltogeter)

I dont see no harm? Just asking questions and trying to enrich the 600T community with some experience/advice (like the fan LED mod)

I wouldn't worry about it, a mod will let you know when you are doing it wrong. In other news I use my salad fork to eat dinner cause it looks cooler!
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post #3117 of 18197
Done! Some pic biggrin.gif Atm I'm installing all software/program, windows update etc. etc. Next step overclock biggrin.gif
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post #3118 of 18197
Nice build! I'd move that 8-pin mobo cable though...
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post #3119 of 18197
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Originally Posted by longroadtrip;14910582 
Nice build! I'd move that 8-pin mobo cable though...

Yeah I know, the problem is that I forgot to pass the cable before putting theH100 and mainboard :/ and since the problem that i had screwing the H100/fan, meh tongue.gif
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post #3120 of 18197
All that matters is that you are happy with it. It's a good looking build!
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