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post #4261 of 18197
Hi...The improvements are done!!!.

How about "in this form"...I´ll planing buying filters for two intake enermax in top...

THANKS TO ALL!!!!....Is better in this form?


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Please comment, regards...
post #4262 of 18197
I just finished my new office computer build - Corsair 600T SE. The case is awesome!! Here is a picture with decent cable management:

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I'll post some new images next week. What do you guys think?

My CM Hyper 212+ is currently blowing towards the drive bays area, so I need to fix that on Monday. The loudest thing in my case is the crazy DVD RW Drive... It goes nuts when reading a disk. The fans in the case produce very little noise and my fan controller seems to work pretty well (there is an audible difference).

I have 3 HDDs in the case - 2 mechanical and one SSD. Do I need to move my 2nd mechanical drive in the cage next to the power supply for better airflow?

That's it for now:)
post #4263 of 18197
I would move all your HDDs and your SSD into the cage next to the PSU like you mentioned. Then take out the whole caddy next to the fan. Which will allow the fan to blow into the case unimpeded. Other than that, and changing the 212 fan around, nice clean build.

@Jabba, looking good. I really like the look of that HS. If I ever went back to air cooling, I would probably get that HS. And as for the top 120mm fan filters, I would just get the Decmi filters made for it. I am going to end up getting me some one day, when I have enough extra funds.
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post #4264 of 18197
Thanks! I'll make those changes asap.

Right now with my fans running at 50% (according to the fan controller) my CPU is around 31C, which seems pretty good. When I did my intelburn test the max temp was 53-54. The GPU stress test made the GPU temp go up to 57-58.

Btw: what temps are the optimal temps for GPUs?
post #4265 of 18197
I personally try to keep everything at or below 70C but thats just me. GPUs can take higher temperatures than CPUs,and they both have overheat safety features that should keep them from getting too hot. But I wouldnt rely on them.

Your temps sounds good, but I dont know what hardware you have. What you running in there?? That will make a difference. Enter in your system specs by going to "My profile" at the top. It will make it easier to answer questions when we know what we are dealing with.
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post #4266 of 18197
I updated my Work PC rig information:)
post #4267 of 18197
I would say try not to go above 75C for the CPU, and 85C for the GPU. Not that hotter will hurt them. They are made to withstand more heat than that.

Both my CPU and GPU while crunching 100%, dont exceed 70C while being nice a quiet. Folding on my GPU will jump it up to about 78C though, and the GPU fan starts becoming louder. Used to crunch a lot at temperatures around 80C, with no ill effects.

Welcome to OCN BTW.

EDIT: how long did you stress test for??

EDIT2: You have a nice setup for your gaming rig. Which case do you like better??
Edited by goodtobeking - 11/19/11 at 12:07pm
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post #4268 of 18197
Thanks:))

I used Intel Burn Test 2.5 (Download Page). It brings up the CPU to 100% and keeps it that way for 4-5 minutes. The temp never went over 55C. For the GPU stress test I used FurMark (Download Page). I ran a 1080p test, which runs for a couple of minutes and pushes the GPU to 100%. The temps went up to 60-70C. Right now I'm running Memtest86+ over the weekend. It has been running for about 18-20 hours with no errors.

The only thing that's better in my gaming rig is the GPU. The CM 690 II Advanced is pretty nice. But the Corsair 600T SE is better. You have more room to work with, there is more space for cable management, you can move the hdd cages around, it's quieter and a little cooler. It has a bigger footprint.
post #4269 of 18197
I would most definitely like to join your club! Pardon the shoddy camera work, it's not a strong suit for me thumb.gif

I've got two dead Noctua NF-P12s lying around that I'm going to gut and turn into shrouds for my two NF-P12 side fans. I'm also going to be ordering, some time soon, two more NF-P12 fans to replace the front 5.25" fan and the rear exhaust. Two Thermalright TY-140 fans take up the front intake and top intake. The 5.25" bay fan is actually in a Xigmatek 3-in-4 HDD cage, because I'm too lazy to jerry rig a fan in there - but it acts as a shroud, anyway, and helps focus the air into the NH-D14, so it works for me.

Yes, I like Noctua fans. The six year warranty made it a done-deal, IMO. Anyway, without further ado, the pics!

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post #4270 of 18197
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Originally Posted by vercomtech View Post

Got the issue of the fan filter gaurds sitting too close together. I had to trim about 1/8 inch off each one so that they fit perfectly.
Check it out...
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Now I just have to figure something out for the top mesh panel smile.gif

Hmmm, are those filters hitting the plastic frame on the upper mesh or the mesh itself? From the picture they look pretty much even with the top of the case. I'm glad you did this because I've been playing with the idea of making my H100 intake and using those exact same filters. Now I think I'll wait and see what solution you come up with first.


Nice builds guys. It's really nice to see such a variety in this case.
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