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Add me please.
Ok guys, all the way from sunny Barbados. My work in progress 600T SE, with installed H100. Read the whole thread, and so far, so good. Fan controller works, no cracking noises, no imperfections seen thus far thumb.gif. Temps are around 41 idle with a first generation 1156 i5 750 @ 4.05GHz w 1.46v. 70 on full with the H100 at the second profile level. wink.gif Not worried too much about temps at the moment, as I'm looking to upgrade later this year. Pics are from a phone. Sorry redface.gif
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Nice rig there. One suggestion is to remove the hard drive cage platform on the bottom since you are not using it.
post #5102 of 18196
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Update: Finally installed the fans and thanks to Megatroid's advice (adding spacer's) its working. Installed both and happy with them, whisper quiet yet push more air, 47.4CFM and <20dB...silence is golden. Difference between Modders and the rest is that perfection is just not good enough thumb.gif
Not the cleanest job but will revisit, will shop around for shorter screws etc.

Great job. Glad you came up with a solution.

Hey, you should really invest in a Dremel or roto tool. Cutting the bolts down to size is a five minute job. Of course a bolt cutter would do the job too, but you'd get a lot more use out of a Dremel.

@MasterT

Good job. Looks clean.
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Yes you can the fan is same size as original except mounting on it is only one way (exhaust). And thank you MasterT for insight and compliment will buy one soon

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Custom Side Air Filter
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with what did you make the filter??
post #5105 of 18196
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Custom Side Air Filter
with what did you make the filter??

Magnets, Paint Strainer, Picture Mat Board, and Glue. On the top I used just the paint strainer and affixed it under the mesh between the plastic waffle.
post #5106 of 18196
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Magnets, Paint Strainer, Picture Mat Board, and Glue. On the top I used just the paint strainer and affixed it under the mesh between the plastic waffle.

That is awesome! I'd like to see how u did the top fan filter

Nice builds by the way to all the new members!!!
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post #5107 of 18196
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That is awesome! I'd like to see how u did the top fan filter
Well I did not think to take any in process pictures but I will see if I can get a good pic.
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Ok guys, count me in. Will get some better pics soon.

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post #5109 of 18196
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Ok guys, count me in. Will get some better pics soon.
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Lovin the color scheme.
Have you considered moving that other VGA power up 1 grommet? And also maybe taking out one of your drive cages? Possibly both if you mount that drive in the 5.25 bay, it will help out your air flow and make it look good, not that it does not look good now.
Edited by fester99 - 2/14/12 at 10:42am
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Hello, everyone! I'm a full fledged junkie with new found enthusiasm. Looking to join the Official Corsair Graphite Club with my 600T SE - for use as my new hackintosh!

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I will add that the 600T case is phenomenal for wiring. Feels more modular than most, however the sky top of the case is the limit when it comes to adding the Corsair H100 with it's massive rad. The only logical place to mount this is on the inside-top portion of the case, however with the provided fans (should you choose to mount on bottom of rad for push pull) you'll bump into your CPU Power plug (Rampage IV Extreme), not to mention making removing RAM on this board impossible without first removing the cooling assembly. UGH!

It's an easy fix - but after just turning my wallet inside out on this build - another 40 dollars for 4 x slim scythe (2000rpm) fans was something I could not live without. Needless to say, we went without our bread and water that night. wink.gif But the heat comes on this Thursday. wink.gif (kidding, gang)

But here's to an out of the box experience I haven't had with any of the last 3 Cosmos case builds Ive done. Very fun case to work with! thumb.gif
Edited by hawleywood - 2/14/12 at 1:50pm
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