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post #5911 of 18196
Okay, I need some information about the voltages of fans in the 600t.
I want to replace the front 200mm fan with something that moves more air, without an LED and still plug it into the fan controller on top of the case.
I am reading all this stuff about +12v fans and +7v fans and its really confusing me.
I have seen the Bitfenix ones, and there are some Coolermaster I guess. Please help me!

What are my best options?
post #5912 of 18196
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Originally Posted by BIackout View Post

Okay, I need some information about the voltages of fans in the 600t.
I want to replace the front 200mm fan with something that moves more air, without an LED and still plug it into the fan controller on top of the case.
I am reading all this stuff about +12v fans and +7v fans and its really confusing me.
I have seen the Bitfenix ones, and there are some Coolermaster I guess. Please help me!
What are my best options?

Bitfenix or NZXT are the only ones that will perform well. Some fans come with a specific cable to drop the voltage on the fan and make it run slower when NOT connected to a fan controller. Seeing as how you are going to, you won't need to connect it. Beside that, they are all 12v fans, just some of them will still perform at 7v.
 
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post #5913 of 18196
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Think I could use a dremel to make the cut?

I used a fine tooth jig-saw blade. I have seen people use a dremel and it looks like a lot more work, but definitely doable. Good Luck!thumb.gif

I was told to use a steel to make the initial cut so you could have a starting point for the jigsaw. Using a dremel for all of it doesn't give you a fine cut and would leave jagged edges all around (which im sure a jigsaw would too but a less amount). Good luck on the side panel projects to all
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post #5914 of 18196
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I was told to use a steel to make the initial cut so you could have a starting point for the jigsaw. Using a dremel for all of it doesn't give you a fine cut and would leave jagged edges all around (which im sure a jigsaw would too but a less amount). Good luck on the side panel projects to all

What I did, was drill a hole then use that as the starting point for the jig.
You could also use the existing hole in the panel if you have that version.
Also, it is necessary to file the rough edges no matter which way you cut it.
post #5915 of 18196
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Originally Posted by rctrucker View Post

Bitfenix or NZXT are the only ones that will perform well. Some fans come with a specific cable to drop the voltage on the fan and make it run slower when NOT connected to a fan controller. Seeing as how you are going to, you won't need to connect it. Beside that, they are all 12v fans, just some of them will still perform at 7v.

Thanks for the info!
post #5916 of 18196
As far as lighting the 600t White editiion, what are the best options for making it bright white in the case?
The NZXT LED strips? Cold Cathode?
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As far as lighting the 600t White editiion, what are the best options for making it bright white in the case?
The NZXT LED strips? Cold Cathode?

i'd use the led strips that NZXT makes and then a led tube, not the CCFL ones.
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post #5918 of 18196
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i'd use the led strips that NZXT makes and then a led tube, not the CCFL ones.

So both a LED strip AND a led tube?
post #5919 of 18196
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As far as lighting the 600t White editiion, what are the best options for making it bright white in the case?
The NZXT LED strips? Cold Cathode?

NZXT sleeved LED kit. There's 2 different sizes. Get the longer one. I think it's 2M. Very easy to install, goes all the way around the case and has 3 different brightness settings. It also comes with 3M stick on clips that you can use but I didn't myself. just stick it around the inside of the sidepanel area of the actual case.
post #5920 of 18196
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NZXT sleeved LED kit. There's 2 different sizes. Get the longer one. I think it's 2M. Very easy to install, goes all the way around the case and has 3 different brightness settings. It also comes with 3M stick on clips that you can use but I didn't myself. just stick it around the inside of the sidepanel area of the actual case.

Is that sufficient light to see everything pretty well on the bright setting?
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