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This is the post that made me believe you sold your 600T, but I see you've added the server bit.  Good to see you're keeping it.

I'll fix the list tomorrow.

Yeah..I did sell one...but I had 2 (won one in a contest back in April!) I was wondering if that post was the reason, that is why I added the server bit. I'll do a worklog on the media server with the 600t....got some really good ideas for it. Thanks for putting me back in!
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I'm here every day, bro.

Darkcyde IS like the dark side of the force...

Elusive, and when you look at the dark side of the force, it looks back at you.
Edited by vercomtech - 12/1/11 at 9:49am
 
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I get employee pricing for Intel and Corsair.
2700k was $89
Corsair Force GT 240GB SSD was 266
The perks for working retail =D

want to be friends? biggrin.gif
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My H100's screws that go through the fans are too long and hit the radiator, anyone else have this problem?
Edited by Dwhite56 - 12/1/11 at 12:23pm
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I get employee pricing for Intel and Corsair.
2700k was $89
Corsair Force GT 240GB SSD was 266
The perks for working retail =D

Yeah, I agree with prortzman, lunch this saturday? lol
Edited by Dwhite56 - 12/1/11 at 12:57pm
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My H100's screws that go through the fans are too long and hit the radiator, anyone else have this problem?

Pictures would be very nice. biggrin.gif
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My H100's screws that go through the fans are too long and hit the radiator, anyone else have this problem?

cut the screws down? use washers? but yes pictures would help.
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cut the screws down? use washers? but yes pictures would help.
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Pictures would be very nice. biggrin.gif

It doesn't matter now, the screw holes in the radiator stripped.... maybe a lemon or just an overhyped cooler, i'm returning it to Comp USA and exchanging it
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Oh haha I thought you did that already tongue.gif

Wish you luck!
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Just asking but why would it? dont mean to sound rude! Thats the one i have <3

Not sure, just seeing if it is. It's been upgraded to the mesh one and the SE has it's dinky window. But I was wondering if our case has been left in the shadows and not known of to the average case shopper. wth.gif

I have the original case as well, but I ordered the "dinky window" separately. I don't really understand what it is that you are asking. Are you asking if it's hard to get now? Or discontinued? I don't know, you'd have to ask Corsair if they still sell the Graphite case without the window. Even if it is discontinued, you could still order another side panel with no window in it.

It's still available in Canada: http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX30870

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My H100's screws that go through the fans are too long and hit the radiator, anyone else have this problem?

They're all a slight bit long. They're made for going through grommets and things. If it pokes into the rad fins in the corner it's not going to hurt anything. If the fins directly in the corners get bent from the screws it will not cause any problems. The fins do not hold any water. The water is in the metal tubes that go through the fins. Also, it won't cause any airflow problems either because air does not normally flow through those corners since they're usually covered by screws and fan mounts. If you're really concerned about them you can always file them down a bit, or add a washer or two.
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It doesn't matter now, the screw holes in the radiator stripped.... maybe a lemon or just an overhyped cooler, i'm returning it to Comp USA and exchanging it

Why didn't you just install it with the fans up top? You'd be using it right now and showing it off to everyone and getting excellent temperatures. How does stripping the screw holes make the cooler overhyped? Sorry if I seem harsh, but I hardly see anything here that's the H100s fault. If you're going to mod something specifically avoiding manufacturers recommended installation and you break it you shouldn't blame it on the device. The best I could say in your case is that the instructions should be a little more explicit as to how to mount an H100 in a 600T, but you knew enough to ask about it here. Radiator screw holes are fairly delicate and care needs to be taken not to strip them. I suppose you may have gotten one with (several) badly manufactured holes, but I bet if no unusual strain was put on them they would have worked fine.

On a side note, I picked up another SSD (a 60 GB Corsair). I now have my 60GB SATA II Partiot Inferno in a RAID 0 with the new 60 GB Corsair SATA II. My average read speed has gone from 246 MB/s to 461MB/s using HD Tune. After post my system is booting up in 10-15 seconds. I expect that to increase slightly as I use the machine over the next few months. I increased my boot drive capacity by double and my transfer rate by almost double. I'll have to keep my eye on this garbage collection thing though since this version of IRST does not support trim. 338

On an even sider note: If anyone likes using Windows 7 Gadgets, the geniuses at Microsoft have decided they will no longer have the gallery available so you may not be able to get your favorite gadgets any more. They have one page left. They have decided that since the next version of Windows will no longer use these types of apps, that the people who purchased Windows 7 and payed for this feature should no longer be able to use it. I would hate to see them take a loss because of all the effort it took to let people upload and download gadgets.

Now my favorite gadget is no longer available and I'm not too happy about it. I thought I had backed it up. Now every time I inadvertently go to use it I get a twang of being pi$$ed at MS again. but cest la vie.....

So if you have some gadgets you love using, back them up or you will lose them on your next reinstall.
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