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Here's a question for those with the H100, in pull config. Is it better to have the fan at the rear as exhaust or intake?
post #5202 of 18210
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trust me, ur rig is already shining without the HDR effect on the photos
nice build man! thumb.gif

Thanks juneau78! I wanted to show off my photography prowess as well smile.gif.

Also, thanks turbogeek and cruelintentions for your comments as well. This was by far the most fun I've had on any of my builds. Yes, it was expensive, but it's cheaper than what I would have paid for a similar custom build at any of the big number pc suppliers. Plus, it has my unique style with doing it myself. It's been a lot of fun reading this forum, and I appreciate everyone's ideas and pictures you've all shared. It gave me a lot of great ideas which resulted in this build.
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Here's a question for those with the H100, in pull config. Is it better to have the fan at the rear as exhaust or intake?

I have my rear and front fans as intakes, and my push-pull on the top radiator as exhaust. Works very well for my config.
post #5204 of 18210
Hey guys. I've been thinking for a while about buying this case (the white SE version) to replace my Storm Scout but have read on some sites that the air flow isn't that great as I plan on air cooling with my NH-D14 if I do pull the trigger and buy it. So my question is what is the air flow like in comparison the Scout and is it worth the upgrade. I know they're not even close in terms of price bracket, interior layout (the Scout has rubbish cable management in comparison) as well as build quality (although for $89 the Scout's build quality is pretty good) and probably can't really be compared. I'd also be using it with the crossfired 6950s I'm running right now. If I do buy it I'm considering replacing the fans with Bitfenix Spectre Pro white LED model if the stock fans aren't that good. I like my Scout but I think I've fallen in love with this case. My apologies if I'm asking in the wrong place or if this question has already been asked.
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Hey guys. I've been thinking for a while about buying this case (the white SE version) to replace my Storm Scout but have read on some sites that the air flow isn't that great as I plan on air cooling with my NH-D14 if I do pull the trigger and buy it. So my question is what is the air flow like in comparison the Scout and is it worth the upgrade. I know they're not even close in terms of price bracket, interior layout (the Scout has rubbish cable management in comparison) as well as build quality (although for $89 the Scout's build quality is pretty good) and probably can't really be compared. I'd also be using it with the crossfired 6950s I'm running right now. If I do buy it I'm considering replacing the fans with Bitfenix Spectre Pro white LED model if the stock fans aren't that good. I like my Scout but I think I've fallen in love with this case. My apologies if I'm asking in the wrong place or if this question has already been asked.

I have both cases - and I can say without a doubt, the 600T has plenty of airflow with the right fans/configurations, and the cable management that the Scout wishes it could have.

It is one fun case to build a system with, so go ahead and pull the trigger, you won't be disappointed thumb.gif
 
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Been on here a while getting a lot of good ideas from everyone. After a few months I finally have my PC completed and it is a beast. Here are my specs:
Case: Corsair 600T White Edition
Monitor ASUS 27" LED (VE276Q)
Motherboard ASUS Z68 Maximum IV Extreme-Z
Mouse Logitech G500
Keyboard Logitech G510 Gaming Keyboard
CPU Intel i7 2700K Sandybridge
Memory G.Skill Ripjaw Series SDRAM DDR-1600 16GB
Graphics Three (3) GTX 580's 3GB Hydrop Copper 2 FTW in 3-way SLI
HDD 1 Corsair Series 3 GT 120 GB
HDD 2 Western Digital 500GB 7200 RPM SATA3
Power Supply SeaSonic X-1250 (1250W)
Water Cooling Koolance Quck Connects and Others parts (see below)
OS Microsoft Windows 7 64bit
Cooling Components
- Koolance Dual Vid Connector (CNT-VDA2) x4
- Koolance Quick Disconnect Threaded Male (VL3N-MG) x 5
- Koolance Quick Disconnect Compression Female (VL3N-F10S) x3
- Koolance Quick Disconnect Compression Female Angle (VL3N-F10L) x 2
- Koolance Nozzel Compression (NZL-V10P) x2
- Koolance Swivel Nozzel Compression 3/8" (NZL-L10) x1
- Koolance Compression 1/2 to 3/8 reducer (ADT-10T13S) x 1
- Koolance Compression (NZL-V13-19KG) x 1
- PrimoFlex Pro LRT Clear Tubing Clear Tubing (PFLEXP-12) x 10
- PrimoFlex Pro LRT Clear Tubing Clear Tubing (PFLEXP-34) x 1
- Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120 mm - Ultra High Speed - Sleeved (D1225C12B5AP-15 )
- Alphacool Plexi G1/4" Lighting Module - Red (15413) x 2
- Koolance Dual Ultra Bright LED Cable - 3mm, 4-pin sleeved - Red x 2
- XSPC RayStorm for Intel
- EK-MultiOption RES X2 - 250 Advanced
- Phobya Xtreme 200mm Radiator (PH-35185 )
- Black Ice Xtreme 2 High Performance Radiator - Black (EXTREME2-BK)
- PT Nuke
- NZXT Sleeved LED Cable Kit - 2M - Blue (NZXT-LED-KIT-2M-BL)
TOTAL COST TO BUILD WITH SHIPPING AND TAXES $4,865.63
399
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494
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700
700
700
700

Sick bro, just sick! =) +1 Rep
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I have both cases - and I can say without a doubt, the 600T has plenty of airflow with the right fans/configurations, and the cable management that the Scout wishes it could have.
It is one fun case to build a system with, so go ahead and pull the trigger, you won't be disappointed thumb.gif

Awesome thanks!
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Very nice rigs fellas! OP updated.thumb.gif

 

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POTO, your build is awesome!
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im going to go cry now POTO skull.gif
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