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Originally Posted by Qasual View Post

I have a feeling I may be royally effed.
A lot of my programs started to not respond after all the fans dying and after restarted they would work and some other program would not respond, oh my gosh what is going on. Games will start up half way and just sit at a blank screen.
Last restart it said I had no video card and my resolution looked really bad and when I had a game running I would get a black screen for 10 seconds before it starts operating normally again.
I have a feeling the cpu heated up so much it broke my mobo frown.gif

Are you currently overclocked?

Try resetting everything to Optimal Settings and see if everything works in that respect.

Your waterblock still functioned as it was intended, pulling heat away from the CPU and transferring it to the liquid in your loop, but the tempurature of the liquid had nothing more than ambience to cool it through your radiator.
 
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so i spent the whole day setting up this pc.. Definately the most work ive ever put into a pc and its still far from finished..still waiting for some stickers for the fans and psu and all the individually sleeved cables.. well here is some late night pics will post some better ones when i have time to model it around a bit thumb.gif
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these photos dont really do it justice apart from the bad cable management the colour scheme looks much better from my view wink.gif
your opinions please.. and thank you to every one who answered my questions and gave me great advise thumb.gif
post #5013 of 18197
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Originally Posted by vercomtech View Post

Are you currently overclocked?
Try resetting everything to Optimal Settings and see if everything works in that respect.
Your waterblock still functioned as it was intended, pulling heat away from the CPU and transferring it to the liquid in your loop, but the tempurature of the liquid had nothing more than ambience to cool it through your radiator.

I stock clocked it right away and I still have a bunch of problems, I'm a little confused on what would make my programs not work all of a sudden. coincident ?
post #5014 of 18197
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Originally Posted by Qasual View Post

I stock clocked it right away and I still have a bunch of problems, I'm a little confused on what would make my programs not work all of a sudden. coincident ?

Try these steps to check and see if it is truly hardware:
  1. Power off the system, and unplug the AC Cable
  2. Push the power button a few times to bleed off any excess voltage
  3. Power back up and boot into Windows
 
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Originally Posted by vercomtech View Post

Try these steps to check and see if it is truly hardware:
  1. Power off the system, and unplug the AC Cable
  2. Push the power button a few times to bleed off any excess voltage
  3. Power back up and boot into Windows

Definitely will get back to you on progress! thumb.gif
post #5016 of 18197

I feel like to mod and cut out the top inner mesh where the 120mm rad and fans sandwich in between. The honeycomb holes does degrade the performances.

 
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post #5017 of 18197
Just picked this case up, does anyone know if the 600T will fit an archon?
post #5018 of 18197
Guess I can be added as well, although this is still a work in progress. I'll go ahead and post what I have so far and just update as I go smile.gif Just went ahead and used some of the things out of my old rig, cooler, card ect. Wanting to throw in a new Cooler and I'm waiting on my 580 to upgrade from the 560 in it now. Also kindly ignore the home made wooden stand haha

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Loving the side panel and grills, all custom made from http://mnpctech.com/

*Cable management still undergoing. Going to re-route that usb 3.0 asap thanks to some of the others suggestions I read previously in the this thread.
post #5019 of 18197
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for me its

600T
A70
HX750
H100
SP2500 < fav biggrin.gif
650D
VENGEANCE 8GB

and on my current ( well started but slow slow ) build im gonna get the mouse and keyboard ( the mmo ones )

yay tongue.gif and surprisingly out of all of that, everything is perfect!

I'll play along


Corsair stuff I currently own:

 

H50

AX850

Force GT 120GB SSD

8GB Dominator GT

600T

 

Corsair stuff I've previously owned:

 

HX750

8GB Dominator(greens)

Performance 3 128GB SSD

 

 


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post #5020 of 18197
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I know it is the middle screw hole but what I am saying that it has a piece of metal like a small blob that blocked it.


That's actually a simple, yet awesome, feature of the 600T. It lets you install the board, and with a little push that tab holds the board in place while you install the screws. Every case should have one.
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Honestly, I'm very disappointed.
Without my fans my cpu shot up to near 80* - I was scared for my cpus life for a moment. Not a feeling I'd ever want!

You didn't have any CPU fans going to the case fan controller, did you? That's really odd, because I can completely remove all my case fans and my cooler will still keep my cpu safe, far far under 80c
Personally, I don't think I would ever trust a case fan controller (on any case) to control my CPU fans. It would have to be a main board header, or the cooler or a very trusted 3rd party fan controller.

You can go to Corsair's site and get an RMA. I don't know if they will let you just remove the controller and exchange it or if you have to do the entire case. Whatever happens, I would not recommend using a stock case fan controller for cpu fans. They don't even have any RPM detection (they're just dumb controllers). If my CPU fan fails, my mobo will shut my system down. That's the way I like it.

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With no fans running ?
It was just static water soaking up heat.

The pump still would have been running. But you have confirmed that you were using the case fan controller to control your cpu fan.

Have you got the fan working again? What are your cpu temps now? (idle, load and ambient)? Check your coolit unit and make sure it didn't leak anywhere. Make sure your pump is working. If the rad, fan and pump all seem to be working OK, I would recommend cleaning the TIM from the cooler and CPU, applying some new TIM and reseating the cooler.

If you're CPU was not doing anything, and your pump was working, I see no reason why losing the fan would kill your CPU. The rad should keep it at a safe temp for quite a while. Did you have more than one rad fan?
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so i spent the whole day setting up this pc.. Definately the most work ive ever put into a pc and its still far from finished..still waiting for some stickers for the fans and psu and all the individually sleeved cables.. well here is some late night pics will post some better ones when i have time to model it around a bit thumb.gif
700399
these photos dont really do it justice apart from the bad cable management the colour scheme looks much better from my view wink.gif
your opinions please.. and thank you to every one who answered my questions and gave me great advise thumb.gif

I don't see anything wrong with your cable management. It looks pretty good to me. Your build looks nice and clean.
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