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hello i am snurfsid
sorry i am french
this is my corsair 600t white
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I did the same exact thing with my hard drive cases with two 120mm but I ended up taking them out and putting the mesh panel in with four 120mm. I did mine with velcro that way you couldnt see how they were attached. Looks good though.

Also, I ended up wrapping all the colored wires with black electrical tape to hide them better. Just thought I mention it cause you may be interested.

I also used velcro to hold the pcie power cables to the end of the card and into the rubber groumet. Looks a lot better when the pcie power cables arent hanging like that.

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I dont know if you can see it too well but thats kind of the point.

Looks good though.
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post #4792 of 18196
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Painted the mesh on the outside of the case an anodized blue color to match my theme inside the case. I also painted the black plastic pieces under them white. The top vent in the pics looks kinda weird, but it's not in person. Again, sorry for low quality pics, they're from my phone.
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I think I may paint the black window molding the same color to bring the blue to the side of the case...what do you guys think?

I painted the outside of the latches to match

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post #4793 of 18196
Hi all I got my 600T white edition sometime back! Sorry I don't have any pics of the case filled currently as I lost the pics I took and my system is currently disassembled as I'm modding it! Especially trying to recreate mnpc tech's take on the clear side panel window as it's way too expensive for me to order although I'd love to! Check out my worklog HERE for the pics if you need to see my case for me to join the club.
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post #4794 of 18196
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Hi all I got my 600T white edition sometime back! Sorry I don't have any pics of the case filled currently as I lost the pics I took and my system is currently disassembled as I'm modding it! Especially trying to recreate mnpc tech's take on the clear side panel window as it's way too expensive for me to order although I'd love to! Check out my worklog HERE for the pics if you need to see my case for me to join the club.

build looks excellent! You should post some of those pictures over here.

I too would love to fit a 360 rad up top, but I am seriously gun shy about cutting up my expensive case! I will probably settle for a Corsair H100 instead since I only plan to WC my CPU in the immediate future anyhow. A slim 360 rad can be squeezed into the top though and it just barely fits with lots of cutting. Next go around on my video cards I'll get some reference PCBs allowing water blocks and then I'll seriously have to consider a full custom WC setup. (I'm thinking 360 up top and 200mm up front cooling CPU, vid cards and mobo vrms.)
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post #4795 of 18196
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build looks excellent! You should post some of those pictures over here.
I too would love to fit a 360 rad up top, but I am seriously gun shy about cutting up my expensive case! I will probably settle for a Corsair H100 instead since I only plan to WC my CPU in the immediate future anyhow. A slim 360 rad can be squeezed into the top though and it just barely fits with lots of cutting. Next go around on my video cards I'll get some reference PCBs allowing water blocks and then I'll seriously have to consider a full custom WC setup. (I'm thinking 360 up top and 200mm up front cooling CPU, vid cards and mobo vrms.)

Thanks for your kind comments and for spending your time to read my worklog! (= Yup I totally understand about getting nervous when thinking about cutting your case. I've had nightmares where I've just finished using a dremel on my case and when I try to fit my rad, the hole is too big and it just falls through! Or I accidentally sawed off a part that I require later! The list goes on! Haha..

However, I think with enough planning and meticulous, repeated measuring, it should be fine. That's why I actually asked for input on that though. It'll be on hold till I finish my window! Might hold off till the next gen of nvidia's gpus come out and I sell off my Asus GTX 580. A pity if I watercool it considering its the best aircooled 580 around.

Either way, I can't wait to be officially part of this club! 600T rocks!
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post #4796 of 18196
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Originally Posted by Balanar View Post

However, I think with enough planning and meticulous, repeated measuring, it should be fine.

words of wisdom from a guy who used to help build race cars. measure twice (or a million) times. cut only once! biggrin.gif

your build looked amazing and i'm sure it will look amazing after the mods! thumb.gif
post #4797 of 18196
Switched out my H100 and went full blown water cooling for my 600t ~

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post #4798 of 18196
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Originally Posted by yuisporing View Post

Switched out my H100 and went full blown water cooling for my 600t ~
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Nice....how nervous were you installing the CPU back plate on that motherboard with it touching the soldering points on the back lol

Also, how did you mount your ssd on top of your bay like that? I'm getting in an Intel ssd soon and was planning on sticking it on top...I just didnt see any way of doing so.

Edit: Hey did you have trouble with your cpu power cable touching your rad at all and how the hell did you find fan clearance over your dimm slots?
Edited by mwayne5 - 1/15/12 at 6:51pm
post #4799 of 18196
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Nice....how nervous were to installing the CPU back plate on that motherboard with it touching the soldering points on the back lol
Also, how did you mount your ssd on top of your bay like that? I'm getting in an Intel ssd soon and was planning on sticking it on top...I just didnt see any way of doing so.
Edit: Hey did you have trouble with your cpu power cable touching your rad at all and how the hell did you find fan clearance over your dimm slots?
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Yeah, I just mentioned the quad kits because they're so fast. But when you see the reviews compared to 1600 DRAM the performance increase really wasn't very much. That's why I don't think adding faster RAM would help all that much.
For me personally the best performance boost I've had in years is from the SSD I installed as a boot drive.

Hehe, for the SSD, I used Velcro tape to stick it on top. Oh and yeah, for the radiator, there was definitely no clearance because of the mobo 8 pin so I moved the rad closer to the front. If I need to change the ram though I'll have to remove the rad but it's secured with two screws like this:402

I was worried about it at first but it's pretty secure.
post #4800 of 18196
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Switched out my H100 and went full blown water cooling for my 600t ~
[IMG]wow nice job im very jelly
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