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Originally Posted by franky100 View Post

the 600T SE (white) comes with both plexiglass panel and mesh panel, the 600T (graphite) only comes with mesh. So if you choose to buy the graphite and want the plexiglass panel, you will have to order it from corsair.

Ah I think you misunderstood me. When I mentioned 'full plexiglass window', I literally meant full, like the ones made by mnpc tech. I really wanted one of those but it was too expensive so I made it myself and it turned out damn nice lol.

@Fester99: Looking forward to seeing your build! I'm sure it'll be awesome!
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post #5052 of 18193
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I have a question for fellow 600T + H100 owners. How do you connect your H100 fans to anything aside from a fan controller? I had my fans hooked to the built in fan controller (one channel for each fan) and the controller completely pooped out. My first thought was to hook the fans to the H100 pump... but the fan wires are WAY too short to reach. And they're too short to reach ANY of the fan headers on the motherboard except for one... am i missing something obvious here?

That's bizarre. If your H100 is mounted in the top of your case, how can the wires not be long enough? If I was you and found the wires to be too short, I would purchase (or make) some extensions. However, you should have plenty of length if you're mounting it in the top of the 600T.
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Any feedback?

Points for originality, but personally I like having the H100 up top and not blowing hot air on my video cards (unless you're exhausting out the front).
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@ KinNCIX, the angle of the H100 is really killing me. That set-up has got to be starving your GPU's if you've got the fans of the H100 going forwards. I agree with Mergatoid on trying to do something different just not so sure on that. Do you have any fan's on the top either in push / pull?
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As others have mentioned - I would mount your H100 at the top, and pull/exhaust with the Noctua fans.

Some questions that come to mind for me personally are:

- Are the GPU's overclocked?
- Are the GPU fans running at 100% speed?
- What are the temps across the GPU's when idle/stressed?

let us know as you might be fine in your current setup thumb.gif
 
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Greetings to all, finished building mine, love the case although not too happy about the 200mm fans (too much noise even at low speed) plus the noise from the front one in particular (hum/buzz...louder when you open the mesh cover).

Sorry for low quality of pics (cheapy phone cam) will update w/better quality after some additional mods
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Originally Posted by Mergatroid View Post

That's bizarre. If your H100 is mounted in the top of your case, how can the wires not be long enough? If I was you and found the wires to be too short, I would purchase (or make) some extensions. However, you should have plenty of length if you're mounting it in the top of the 600T.
Points for originality, but personally I like having the H100 up top and not blowing hot air on my video cards (unless you're exhausting out the front).
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@ KinNCIX, the angle of the H100 is really killing me. That set-up has got to be starving your GPU's if you've got the fans of the H100 going forwards. I agree with Mergatoid on trying to do something different just not so sure on that. Do you have any fan's on the top either in push / pull?
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Originally Posted by vercomtech View Post

As others have mentioned - I would mount your H100 at the top, and pull/exhaust with the Noctua fans.
Some questions that come to mind for me personally are:
- Are the GPU's overclocked?
- Are the GPU fans running at 100% speed?
- What are the temps across the GPU's when idle/stressed?
let us know as you might be fine in your current setup thumb.gif

The GPUs are overclocked at 910/1820/2010 Idle around 35 degrees, at 3d mark 11 would go up to roughly 70.

I did this cause the case isn't big enough for push/pull, even after I did this, the CPU have a 5~10 degree drop and GPU increase by 2~5 at max, in BF3 is actually the same

Which is why I just settled with this. I would admit it isn't the best looking setup out there.

Oh and there are still fans up top in the "slot" for exhaust.
    
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I did this cause the case isn't big enough for push/pull,
It is big enough with minimal modding, you have to offset the h100 in the top and you can only use 5 screws max but I know it is possible. I have seen a pic in this thread a few times, try searching this thread for it.
post #5058 of 18193
Hi Guys, I decided to make a new computer and this thread basically inspired me. Just completed today.
Priories: Sleeving that horribly ugly motherboard connector with white 550 cord and tightening up the loop. If anyone has any suggestions I would be glad to hear them.
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This is my Corsair 600T Silverstone edition.
It still needs a couple of tweak and mod. Like the side panel window and such. I think the silver color looks nice on 600T.


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K guys I have decided to definitely fit a 360 rad in my 600t at the top. However, before cutting the case, I'd like to ask any other peeps here that might have done the same some questions:

- What is the thickest radiator that can fit at the top without haveing clearance issues with the motherboard heatsink etc?
- Is a push pull configuration possible with a radiator at the top? I'm thinking of using gentle typhoons.


Any and all input will be greatly appreciated! There are some really awesome rigs here and I hope to join the ranks as well one day.
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