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Originally Posted by Bestel1090;12243038 
Best case ive had so far, I upgraded from a CM Scout but need length to get a Hd 6950. I wanna change the intake and exhaust fans though same size just no l.e.d's anyone no of any good solutions ?
If you just want to turn off the LED's, I've posted in this thread and the Corsair forum about how easy it is to just cut the wires to the LED's. They run from the center of the fan to the outer edge.

The stock fans are XIGMATEK Model CLF-F2004. You can start from there if you want to look for replacements.
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Best looking build I've ever done.

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just got my case today. best and most expensive case i ever had. $160+20 shipping.
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Welcome to the club, compudaze and 4.54billionyears.
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Both are nice looking builds, but I say that about all the 600T's smile.gif
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I'm about to do a new build and I've pretty much penciled in the White special edition 600T as my case of choice...but April seems a looong way off to wait.

Either way, I noticed in the white 600T pictures and in the builds users have posted (sexy by the way..!) both air and water cooling set ups, yet the reviews on the case I've read seem to whine about having issue getting water cooling in the case, whats your guys opinion seens how you are already USING it everyday.
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I'm about to do a new build and I've pretty much penciled in the White special edition 600T as my case of choice...but April seems a looong way off to wait.

Either way, I noticed in the white 600T pictures and in the builds users have posted (sexy by the way..!) both air and water cooling set ups, yet the reviews on the case I've read seem to whine about having issue getting water cooling in the case, whats your guys opinion seens how you are already USING it everyday.

I actually get great temps watercooling this case. I use 3 120s in the front as intakes and the rear 120 as an intake. My rad is mounted inside the case and I have 2 fans pulling the air from on top of the rad. Just remember to use low RPM fans for the pull up top. Here is a pic.

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the power and reset buttons on top may be a problem for me.
my cat was sitting upright on my case and pressed the power button while i was posting to ocn.
i didnt know what happened til i looked at his paw.

*update - it happened again, doosher of a cat turned off my pc with his paw.
this time i found a temporary fix via p8p67 pro motherboard manual.
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I'm about to do a new build and I've pretty much penciled in the White special edition 600T as my case of choice...but April seems a looong way off to wait.

Either way, I noticed in the white 600T pictures and in the builds users have posted (sexy by the way..!) both air and water cooling set ups, yet the reviews on the case I've read seem to whine about having issue getting water cooling in the case, whats your guys opinion seens how you are already USING it everyday.

After owning it for a couple months, I still dig it. It is a pleasure to build in, with plenty of room for components. It has built in room for WC, and 1/2" rubber hose grommets for an external Rad. Only problem I see for most people, I think, is you have to fit a thin rad up top with only push OR pull setup.

For a CPU only loop, that is all you will need. But to add in some GPUs, you may need to add another Rad. Which the options for another Rad are limited. No 240 Rad will fit up front, but there is a 200mm Rad that fits, but is expensive IMO. You can add a single 120mm Rad to the back, but is a very tight fit.

I have been thinking about adding another Rad, a 240 for the bottom. Since I dont use the HDD trays, and I already have removed them and the small pedestal. So I have plenty of room down there.
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Waiting for the 650t frown.gif
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