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Originally Posted by lukasdesign View Post

So I built my system during the weekend in the black 600t meshed version...all went fine but the fans are far too loud for my taste. Searching this forum I learned that i could replace those fans. However, I am confused by the sheer availability of different fans...
I would like to replace the front fan with a Megaflow 200mm Silent and move the HDD cage back. That turns with 700 rpm and sucks 110 cfm in, right? This is the for the NZXT FS-200 Enthusiast Silent Case Fan, which one is better?
So: what do I need on top if I would like to use two 140mm? should they turn also with bout 700RPM so that the fan controller on the 600t scales all the fans nicely??? and should they exhaust about 110 cfm or more? Would that make the Noiseblocker BlackSilentPro-Series PK1 a perfect fit? They are silent and turn with 700 rpm. BitFenix Spectre PRO 140mm Lüfter turn with 1200 RPM, would that be better?
What about the rear fan?
Somewhere I was reading that the Fancontroller has some Voltage limitations...does that mean i can ruin it when using the wrong fans????
I would like the system to scale nicely if possible!
Sorry for all that questions but it is my first build!
thanks

As far as I know, you can't put 140mm fans up top, only a 200mm or 2 x 120mm. I have the original 600T graphite case and I know they won't fit in it (at least not without some modding).
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Originally Posted by SaucedtC View Post

Ive searched left and right and cannot find an answer to this question; I have an H100 and was wondering if its possible to place it where the HDD cages are on the floor next to the intake 200mm fan? If I could I would like to keep the 200mm exhaust on the roof. But lets say it isnt possible to place the H100 on the floor where the cages are, would it be better to push or pull from the roof of the case? I know Corsair's H100 install video states to PUSH cool air in from the roof, and also believe that heat rises and PUSHING would be fighting the heat rising making PULLING a more reasonable approach. Btw my ambient air temp in my house is ~79-82 degrees Fahrenheit.

You could do that, but you'd have to make sure the hoses are long enough to reach your CPU, and you would have to mod the bottom of the case because there are no mounts or mesh at the bottom for fans or rads.

As for the H100 on top, personally my case is moded for putting the rad in the top fan compartment and I'm using the fans inside the case as Push/Exhaust/ However, from what I've read on the net, you won't get a big difference between push and pull on the H100 (I suppose because the rad is so thin).

You will get better CPU temps if you use push/intake, but you could have dust problems as there is no filter on the top of the case (you could always make one, or purchase one) which is why I elected to go with exhaust.

Also, since video cards use internal case air for cooling, you could increase your video card temp by using the H100 as intake (as well as your chipset temps). So, using push or pull, or using intake or exhaust is something you'll have to think about and make your own decision based on your system and temperatures.

You could try pull/exhaust for a few days and see how you like the temps. Then try push/intake and compare the two. It only means flipping the fans over so it doesn't take much time.

Note, using my H100 as exhaust, I have not had to clean it out yet. I have cleaned out my case several times, but my H100 and its fans have always been clean.
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post #6722 of 18193
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You could do that, but you'd have to make sure the hoses are long enough to reach your CPU, and you would have to mod the bottom of the case because there are no mounts or mesh at the bottom for fans or rads.

Gotcha. I would be doing a mount like this guy but removing the HDD trays for better airflow. So I will post pics if things all go well.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvOeV2XJxKQ&feature=g-all-lik
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Hes my effort, Went for a blue / black colour scheme,

Full Spec

Corsair 600T special edition white case
Intel Core I7 3770k @ 4.3ghz
Asus P8-Z77 Deluxe Motherboard
Antec Kuhler 620 (CPU water cooler)
Nvidia GTX 680 SLI
16gb Corsair Vengeance RAM @1600mhz
XFX 850 watt Pro PSU
2 x Corsair Force 3 GT 120gb SSDs in RAID 0
2TB Seagate Barracuda storage HDD
Liteon Blu Ray / DVDRW Combo

450
450
450
post #6725 of 18193
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Hes my effort, Went for a blue / black colour scheme,
Full Spec
Corsair 600T special edition white case
Intel Core I7 3770k @ 4.3ghz
Asus P8-Z77 Deluxe Motherboard
Antec Kuhler 620 (CPU water cooler)
Nvidia GTX 680 SLI
16gb Corsair Vengeance RAM @1600mhz
XFX 850 watt Pro PSU
2 x Corsair Force 3 GT 120gb SSDs in RAID 0
2TB Seagate Barracuda storage HDD
Liteon Blu Ray / DVDRW Combo
450
450
450


Nice! What are you using for your white LEDs?
post #6726 of 18193
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Originally Posted by tezza192 View Post

Hes my effort, Went for a blue / black colour scheme,
Full Spec
Corsair 600T special edition white case
Intel Core I7 3770k @ 4.3ghz
Asus P8-Z77 Deluxe Motherboard
Antec Kuhler 620 (CPU water cooler)
Nvidia GTX 680 SLI
16gb Corsair Vengeance RAM @1600mhz
XFX 850 watt Pro PSU
2 x Corsair Force 3 GT 120gb SSDs in RAID 0
2TB Seagate Barracuda storage HDD
Liteon Blu Ray / DVDRW Combo
450
450
450

Looks great. The sleeved cables are really nice touch.
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post #6727 of 18193
MX that PSU doesnt come with sleeved cables?? Thought most if not all PSU come with mainly black braided cables.
post #6728 of 18193
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MX that PSU doesnt come with sleeved cables?? Thought most if not all PSU come with mainly black braided cables.

I mean the individually sleeved cables, the 24 pin and pci-e power cables. They look like the NZXT cable extensions but I might be wrong.
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