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post #6091 of 18217
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i'll second that. I am really happy with mine. I have some pics in my sig rig's picture folder.

I saw this fan but it says 27dba which is quite loud, isnt it?

I have a CM Megaflow laying around but its got blue LED's in it. I could ripp those out and solder in white LED's if the Bitfenix is loud
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post #6092 of 18217
well, it is quieter than the corsair fan. it also has a lower resonant tone.

and yeah, you could always put white LEDs in the CM fan
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post #6093 of 18217
I have just fitted the coolermaster megaflow, i just disconnected the blue LED's. My case has NXZT LED lights anyway and as the megaflow is clear, i have placed an LED next to it and it shines through quite well! Doesnt look much dimmer than the corsair fan, moves more air and is quieter too! Saves me spending £15 on a bitfenix, the megaflow has 110CFM which isnt bad atall thumb.gif

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post #6094 of 18217
Hey guys, has anyone put one of these in their 600T to clean up the HDD cage?
It's from the Corsair 800D, but seems like it wouldn't be that hard to clean up the hdd mounting and cabling.

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Notice that this only requires 1 sata ppower to power 4 drives... might clean up the cabling!
Anyone seen one of these used in a 600T?
post #6095 of 18217
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Here is a few copy and pastes of some of the building information for the side panel I made:
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The one I have made took me a combined 6 hours, because I sucked at the techniques. I actually had to get my dad's help (seems to be a lot easier with 2 people)
I think I could probably get that down to 3-4 hours work pretty easily.
The materials could make it not worth while if you are on a budget.
The parts I used:
MNPCtech.com's U-Channel 1/8" Rubber Moulding
Scotch 3M 1040 Clear 2-sided tape (from Amazon)
Plexiglas was 1/8" from Lowes (about $20 for 600t size) - was cut from a very large sheet, because that was the only size sheet that was 1/8" thick (the perfect thickness)
I used a Jig Saw with the 22 rated blade, and a scribe blade to do the cutting and breaking.
To be completely honest, it wasn't that bad! I think if you wanted to save a few bucks you could easily make one yourself
As far as the scribe blade goes ($3 at lowes) the key to using it is to get a very strong straight edge. I used this thing my dad had, it was like a VERY thick ruler but about 18" long and about 1/4" thick. Clamp that straight edge down to the plexiglas, so that it is very secure. (keep the plastic wrap on the acrylic until after it is totally cut) Now on to the fun part - take the scribe tool and VERY gently begin going down the edge of the straight edge. You MUST start incredibly soft and get a little bit harder each time. Little strands of the plexiglas will start to peel off. The reason for starting so gently is because if you are not incredibly careful and just go hard the first time, there is a very good chance the scribe will get off the line u want and it will be near to impossible to recover your break line. Once you can do a full pass without any strands of plastic coming out of the cut your making, then you know it is ready to break. The next step is to undo the straight edge clamp, and position your cut line directly on the edge of something sturdy like the counter. Once you match the cut line up with the edge of the counter, slam your fist down on the overhang and it will break crisply off and you will have a nice break! Hopefully all of that made sense!
I personally didn't find a use for the dremel tool in this project. Just a jigsaw, plexiglass, rubber molding, and the special tape.
I should mention that Lowes doesn't sell exactly the $20 sheet. To be more clear, they had 1 very large sheet that was the right thickness and was about $55-60. From that, they cut me about a third of it off, thus the $20 per sheet. However they made me buy the whole sheet :/
Again, feel free to ask me any other questions!

lol i wonder who you sent that too..ph34r-smiley.gif

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lol i wonder who you sent that too..ph34r-smiley.gif
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Heh, indeed it was you! Thx for the rep! thumb.gif
post #6097 of 18217
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Hey guys, has anyone put one of these in their 600T to clean up the HDD cage?
It's from the Corsair 800D, but seems like it wouldn't be that hard to clean up the hdd mounting and cabling.

700
Notice that this only requires 1 sata ppower to power 4 drives... might clean up the cabling!
Anyone seen one of these used in a 600T?
I used this to clean up my sata power issues
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005DD28XG/ref=oh_details_o00_s02_i00
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post #6098 of 18217
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guys with 600t and a H100....Did you cut out the top mesh? Mine is making a whistling / whining noise on my AP15's up top and also the ones on the rear and its driving me nuts! any suggestions?

I cut mine out in the front and top. They looked pretty restrictive.

And whoever (I forget who and I don't feel like digging through the thread) suggested using a hot knife to cut out the top mesh's plastic support is a genius. Just did it, looks good and should help airflow.

Edit: Just did it on the removable piece in the front too. I was a little worried it would be too flimsy but it held up fine. You definetly need to take your time and make sure you knife is very hot for this so you don't need to apply much pressure.
Edited by Xylene - 4/30/12 at 1:07pm
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Hey Guys!

I just cancelled my previous order of alot of stuff... Because I wanna change the pump and the res.

Heres is to options.. The "long" reservoir is the bitspower z multi 150, and the second is the small but awesome Mcres micro rev2 from Swiftech wich is a very small res but very recommended according to other forums.


WHat do you guys think would be the best option for performance , aesthetics and what's a convenient place to put it ? (sry my english..I'm from Norway).

The pump will be a MCP355 with a EK dd V2 top, 1/2 -3/4 tubing and compression fittings.

And YES my paint skills are still awesome...I should be rewarded biggrin.gif !


So please share your wisdom of whats good and no good in this case.

(I could settle for a bay res but I want me liquid to show off:D )501501
 
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What ssd? biggrin.gif

Brought a Crucial M4 64gb home, space enough for my needs.
Installed the 600T today, what a relief compared to my old HAF.

Great case! thumb.gif Cant wait for my water cooling later this month.
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