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post #4981 of 18217

Just recently ordered the Corsair 600T white edition. It should arrive this week.

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post #4982 of 18217
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Tighten the Screws that hold the window on from the inside, not only does it make the side more ridged it no longer cracks.

I'll give that a try tomorrow. Cheers.
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post #4983 of 18217
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damn this phone takes useless pics thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

That looks like a hard drive connector. Is that the molex psu connector from an H80 or H100?

Is this it?

401

First plug this connector into your PSU. Once it's plugged in you'll know where the 12V line goes (yellow) and the corresponding ground (black).

One of your wires has a white stripe, is that right? Usually the positive voltage line is the marked line, so if you don't have a volt meter or troubleshooting light you'll have to assume the marked wire is +12V and the pure black wire is ground. Install them with the striped wire going where the yellow wire is from your power supply, and the black one next to it. If your power supply uses all black wires, look at a pinout for a molex connector:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molex_connector

There's a good picture of a white one on this wiki page. In the picture for the Molex 8981 Series, you can see the 12V (yellow) wire. That should be the striped wire you have, and the black one goes beside it. If you have a volt meter, use it to confirm the wire with the white stripe is 12V. Make sure your psu connector is oriented the same as the one in the picture so you get the correct placement. If you have them plugged into each other when you look at the picture, it is easy to see where your striped wire should go (on the yellow side).

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post #4984 of 18217
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That looks like a hard drive connector. Is that the molex psu connector from an H80 or H100?
Is this it?
401
First plug this connector into your PSU. Once it's plugged in you'll know where the 12V line goes (yellow) and the corresponding ground (black).
One of your wires has a white stripe, is that right? Usually the positive voltage line is the marked line, so if you don't have a volt meter or troubleshooting light you'll have to assume the marked wire is +12V and the pure black wire is ground. Install them with the striped wire going where the yellow wire is from your power supply, and the black one next to it. If your power supply uses all black wires, look at a pinout for a molex connector:


it looks exactly like that.. so from the picture i can see that the middle wire is the 12v and the furthest right is the ground, il trace the cable back to the pump from there il be able to see which one is the middle one. the cables itself is just solid black and the other has some words and numbers on it(im assuming this is the 12v) i cant check it with a metre because there is no power on those wires until i connect them with the psu molex and that is sort off counter productive. I hope you understand what i mean and i thank you kindly thumb.gif
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Cheers garumaru. That's made me feel a bit better knowing it's not just me experiencing it.I did a quick video to demonstrate the noise. If I'd left the video recording longer the noises get louder.

lol thats pretty funny but i can also see it becomming annoying
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Sweet....

Thx! biggrin.gif
 
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post #4987 of 18217
Hi all, here a photo of my 600T, hope u enjoy...

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post #4988 of 18217
Putting that PCIe power cable behind will look cleaner. It looks long enough.
post #4989 of 18217
hopefully tomorow is D-day and i can finally start my official build.. parts been lying around for 2 months so you can imagine how excited i am biggrin.gif still busy sleeving a heck load of cables just hope its not for nothing as i only get the mobo tomorow, and will only now then the reach and placement of everything. I have to say i can really see why people are making a fuss about Corsair products..they think of those little things plus you can just see and feel the quality. im sure you guys are gona like the end result thumb.gif
post #4990 of 18217
Nice case
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